Recently, six Celtic Energy, Inc. (CEI) employees received their Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP®) designations from the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). The CMVP® certification has a “dual purpose of recognizing the most qualified professionals in this growing area of the energy industry, and raising the overall professional standards within the measurement and verification field.”
President of CEI, Christopher Halpin recently passed his CMVP® exam while at the WEEC tradeshow in Chicago, IL. Paul Popinchalk, Director of Engineering; Agostino Dell’Oso, Manager of Engineering Services; James Pagliaro, Energy Engineer; Tom Coughlin, Energy Engineer; and Christian Michel, Energy Engineer, all passed their CMVP® exam at an AEE training held in Ithaca, NY.
Margaret Selig, Director of Quality Control, already passed the exam and now CEI has a total of seven employees with this unique professional standard.
Created in 1981, the CMVP® certification is given to individuals who are currently a CEM®, attend AEE’s three-day Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification training program, pass the four-hour written exam, as well as meet the education and experience requirements. The CMVP® certification holders distinguish themselves as being professionally involved in areas requiring accurate and reliable measurement and verification methodologies.
(From L-R) Agostino Dell'Oso, James Pagliaro, Christian Michel, and Tom Coughlin take a break from their CMVP review to enjoy the Gorges of Ithaca, NY.