NEW YORK CHAPTER

ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY ENGINEERS

Link to the June 16 Webinar: https://youtu.be/mb2fYnZkgh0

 

Link to the May 19 Webinar: https://youtu.be/pRWepuPQasI

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

The chapter holds monthly meetings on the evening of the third Tuesday (except for July, August, and December). Food and soft-drinks are included with admission. Meetings are typically eligible for CPE/PD certification hours.

Registration is free for chapter members and full-time students (with ID), $20 non-members. Scroll to the next section for details on membership.

 

Presentations for past events are published in the documents library.

A link to the May 19 Webinar: https://youtu.be/pRWepuPQasI

Details on past meetings can be found in the events archive.

TBD
AEE-NY Annual Awards Gala - Cancelled
UV Lighting Applications in the Covid Era - Webinar
WEBINAR - The Utility of the Future and the Impact of COVID-19 on the Grid
Tour of Hudson Yards CHP Plant
New York City and State Energy Policies
Commissioning for Existing Buildings
Nov-Future-Proofing Buildings - Part II (hosted by AEENY)
Future-Proofing Buildings - Part 1 (hosted by AIANY)
Oct-Electrification and Heat Pumps in NYC
Sept-Deep Energy Retrofits & Net Zero
2019 Awards Gala
Hybrid Systems
Advanced BAS and the Internet of Things (IoT)
Renewables | Community Solar | Remote Net Metering
Monitoring Tools | Proactive Maintenance
Carbon Neutrality | Electrification | Sustainable Gas
 

Chapter membership provides a significant discount for chapter meetings and the annual awards gala in June. Monthly meetings are $20 at the door for non-members, but chapter members and full-time students (with ID) attend for free. Individual Membership covers the Program Year (September through June). 

Meetings include food and drinks, networking, and a program which often grants continuing professional educational credits. For example, AEE-NY has been approved as a sponsor organization for professional engineers in New York State. You can earn (PDHs) by attending approved chapter meetings. The chapter has established a standing committee for professional development.

See details about becoming a member.

 

New York Chapter - Association of Energy Engineers