New York City Chapter of Association of Energy Engineers
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The New York Chapter

The New York Chapter supports AEE ideals through educational programs and industry-recognition awards conducted throughout the New York region. The chapter represents hundreds of energy professionals, and is growing. Meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month from September through June. Topics range from technical to policy issues. A June gala recognizes the industry's best projects and professionals.

 


MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT | June 16: Awards Gala

 

 

Announcement | NJ AEE Annual Energy Forum MAY 28

The NJ AEE is holding its annual Energy Forum on May 28th at the Rutgers Douglass Campus in New Brunswick.

This year's Forum, Powering The Future, focuses on policy development that will impact the future of energy supply and delivery. Sessions include opening remarks by NJ BPU Commissioner Chivukula, a discussion by PJM on the future of demand response, a review of NY's Reforming the Energy Vision, NJ DEP's view of implementing EPA's 111(d) that impacts power generation and a review of the opportunities and challenges in financing energy assets by the Energy Resiliency Bank. The Forum also includes two technical sessions that will provide one CEU credit each.

Please consider attending this year's event and passing this on to your colleagues who may also be interested in attending.

Further information and registration are available at the following web site: http://njaee.org

Announcement | BRT (BUILDING RE-TUNING) TRAINING - JUNE 2 through JUNE 30

The CUNY Building Performance Lab is pleased to announce that PE's can now earn 15 PDH's (Professional Development Hours) toward your continuing education requirements through its Building Re-Tuning (BRT) Training. BRT is a 15-hour instructor-led course that teaches participants how to unlock the power of their building's BAS/BMS (Building Automation/Management System) data-collection and trend-logging capabilities to identify and remediate hidden sources of energy waste. The next class begins Tues. 6/2 thru 6/30 and is being subsidized under a NYSERDA-supported program. Click HERE to learn more.

Announcement | CUNY BPL OPEN HOUSE/INFORMATION SESSION (for week of 5/25 and/or 6/1)

The CUNY Building Performance Lab will be hosting a free, walk-in "Open House" information session for our 2015 NYSERDA-supported training program on Thursday, June 11 from 6pm-7:30pm. This event will include networking and light refreshments from 6-6:30pm, followed by additional time for Q&A from 7:30-8pm. Stop by to learn more about the CUNY BPL's workforce trainings in energy efficiency and energy management and how you can take advantage of significant NYSERDA tuition discounts; ask questions and meet our instructional team; and find out about customized training options to get the targeted training you need for your staff/employees. Click HERE for more info or to register.