ICP IREE Certification Training
Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ certification allows investors, owners, and all stakeholders to instantly gain confidence in project engineering practices and predicted energy savings enabling more projects to get funded and approved.
ICP's IREE™ Certification Training provides project developers, energy service providers, contractors, and quality assurance assessors with a comprehensive view of the requirements of the ICP Protocols and what it takes to get projects certified as IREE™ .
The intended audience for this course are experienced project developers who understand the fundamentals of project development and are familiar with the industry terminology and standards used within the ICP Protocols. The content focuses specifically on the process and requirements of IREE™ certification.
The ICP Project Developer Network features qualified firms that have been trained on developing IREE projects and vetted for industry experience and credentials. If you are an experienced project developer, connect with ICP partner programs and the ICP Investor Network members by applying to the ICP Project Developer Network.
ICP Quality Assurance Assessors are experienced firms with the necessary qualifications and certifications to competently perform technical reviews of projects seeking IREE certification. ICP Quality Assurance Assessors play a crucial role in the ICP System and provide independent verification that projects are compliant with the ICP Protocols and are eligible for certification as Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ projects by GBCI. The ICP System requires that QA Assessors to be independent third-parties to the particular transaction, thus ensuring that there is no conflict of interest associated with the review.
A key requirement for joining the program the requisite training. Required training consists of the ICP IREE Certification Training (see above) AND the ICP Quality Assurance Assessor Training. If your firm has experience performing third-party technical review of other firms' projects in conjunction with incentive programs and you are interested in becoming an ICP Quality Assurance Assessor, please review the requirements on the program page and then contact ICP so that we can direct you to the training resources and application. Firms with technical review experience, such as owner's representatives, may also be considered.