Professional license – Energy, environment and climate engineering professions

Domain: Sciences, technologies and health in tropical environments

Course: Energy management and renewable energies

ECTS credits


level of studies
at the end of training

Baccalaureate + 3

Teaching locations

Saint-Pierre – Terre-Sainte campus

Type of training : Bachelor's degree

Training regime: Continuing Education

Training summary

This work-study training provides the skills necessary to lead projects in the field of energy (particularly renewables), within various structures (industrial environment, communities, installers, etc.).

Training aims

The objective of the LP energy, environment and climate engineering professions is to train middle managers to enable them to lead projects in the areas of energy management and renewable energies in the industrial and tertiary sectors by integrating technical, financial and economic aspects.

Advantages of the training

Several certification opportunities: PIX certification, Voltaire certification and certification in English

A qualified mixed teaching team, combining high-level professionals in the sector (63% of courses taught by energy professionals), professors and university graduates in the field.

Close partnerships with professionals in the sector allow frequent visits to companies (electricity production sites, Gol power plant, hydroelectric power plant, EDF dispatching center, etc.)

Specialized equipment available to students: practical work laboratory of the Civil Engineering department and the energy research platforms of the PIMENT laboratory.

High-performance job offer rate at the end of the academic year.

Targeted skills

  • Participate in the realization of an Electric Demand Control (MDE) project on behalf of a community or company

  • Propose and argue on a technical and economic level rational solutions in terms of energy including renewable energies

  • Carry out energy diagnostics and audits and propose improvements to installations in industrial and tertiary environments

  • Advise a community, a company or individuals in the choice of energy installations

  • Inform and raise awareness among project owners and the general public about rational energy solutions, including renewable energies.

  • Design, initiate, sell, implement, manage and monitor MDE achievements and renewable energy sources

  • Ensure a technological watch

  • Adapting to social and economic developments

  • Take European issues into account

  • Working in an international team

  • Implement a quality approach in the industrial and building sectors

  • Ensure a technological watch

Sheet of the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP)

Summary of lessons by course

• Communication and languages: technical English, IT tools
• Energy management and buildings: thermal and energy design of buildings, MDE modeling tools
• Optimization of energy systems: sustainable development and energy policy, supply and monitoring of electricity consumption, energy management of assets.
• Industrial processes and energy systems: cold and heat, other systems and utilities, energy audit in industry, energy monitoring
• New and renewable energies: electric, photovoltaic, wind, hydraulic energy, connection procedures, thermal, solar, biomass, geothermal energy, case studies and site visits
• Regulations and standardizations: standardization, ISO 14001 certification, regulations, energy stakeholders and project management


Tutored project and professional dissertation

Specific devices

Not concerned

Conditions of access to training

After study of the file, Baccalaureate + 2 level or equivalent

Continuing Studies

The LP is a national higher education diploma which confers on its holder the degree of license and pursues a priority objective of professional integration.

Career opportunities

In local communities, academic establishments, associations and organizations related to energy:

  • Flow manager, energy man, asset manager

  • Development Officer

  • Energy Advisor

  • Assistant environmental engineer and MDE

  • Territorial Technician

  • Design engineer or assistant engineer in a higher education establishment (BAP C or G)

  • Assistant Environmental Engineer

  • Administrative Assistant Energy Management

At manufacturers, design offices, installers:

  • Operations Manager

  • Technical commercial

  • Consultant in energy management for businesses and communities

In the industrial environment:

  • Head of certification and standardization body

  • Flow manager, energy man, asset manager

MARC Olivier
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