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2013 Seminar Catalog

2013 Seminar Catalog

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AEE Seminars offers a variety of professional development seminars covering energy management, energy auditing, building systems, lighting, power, cleantech, and other energy efficiency strategies.
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2 01 3 C ATA LO G

for Energy Professionals
www.aeeprograms.com/seminars
Choose from a broad selection of live and web-based seminars designed to help you: 4 Prepare for and acquire professional certification in your field. 4 Meet professional certification renewal training requirements. 4 Meet state training mandates for professional engineer or registered architect license renewal. 4 Learn state-of-the-art technologies and management tools to control energy and operational costs at your organization. 4 Stay current on renewable energy, sustainability, building commissioning, high performance buildings, carbon reduction, energy auditing, measurement and verification, and project financing. 4 Master the keys to optimizing performance of energy-consuming systems such as HVAC, lighting, electrical systems, and much more!

SEMINARS

AEE

PLUS: You can now earn professional development credits in multiple ways:

LIVE SEMINARS
Regularly presented in cities throughout the United States. Stay on the cutting edge and expand your professional skills.
Two-, three-, four-, five-day programs of live classroom instruction taught by top specialists and industry experts.

ONLINE SEMINARS
& TRAINING PROGRAMS
Realtime Distance Learning
See and hear your instructor live online at the location you choose...

Self-Paced Training
Use 24/7 web access or self-study continuing education programs...
PRESENTED BY

You can register online for any seminar in this catalog by visiting: www.aeeprograms.com/seminars
Or you can register by mail, fax, or phone. Registration form is provided on page 48.

THE ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY ENGINEERS

2013 CALENDAR OF LIVE AEE SEMINARS & CONFERENCES
JANUARY
14-18 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Daytona, FL 17-21 19-20 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Las Vegas, NV Energy Management Congress West 2013 / Las Vegas, NV

FEBRUARY
Fundamentals of Energy Auditing / New York, NY Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Building Commissioning Professionals / Anaheim, CA 4-8 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Phoenix, AZ 25-3/1 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Charlotte, NC 27-28 Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers / Hollywood, CA 4-6 4-8

JULY
8-11 CEM Training Course for Government Involved Energy Professionals / Atlanta, GA 15-19 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Boston, MA 29-8/2 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Chicago, IL

AUGUST
12-16 19-23 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / San Francisco, CA Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Building Commissioning Professionals / Atlantic City, NJ Lighting Skills Update for Energy Professionals / Anaheim, CA Fundamentals of Energy Auditing / Boston, MA Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Cincinnati, OH Basics of Distributed Generation and Onsite CHP / Washington, DC Skills Update 2013 for Certified Energy Managers / Washington, DC Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation / Washington, DC Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Energy / Washington, DC Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency / Washington, DC Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Washington, DC Fundamentals of Power Quality / Washington, DC Superior Energy Performance: Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems / Washington, DC Advanced Retro-Commissioning / Washington, DC Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals / Washington, DC World Energy Engineering Congress / (WEEC) 2013 / Washington, DC Fundamentals of Building Commissioning / Atlanta, GA Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Boston, MA Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Washington, DC Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers / San Francisco, CA Financing and Performance Contracting for Energy Projects / Atlantic City, NJ Fundamentals of Energy Auditing / Chicago, IL Fundamentals of Existing Building Commissioning / Boston, MA CEM Training Course for Government Involved Energy Professionals / Seattle, WA

MARCH
4-5 4-5 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-7 4-8 6-7 11-13 11-14 18-20 18-22 Basics of Distributed Generation & Onsite CHP / Philadelphia, PA Lighting Skills Update for Energy Professionals / Philadelphia, PA Fundamentals of Building Commissioning / Philadelphia, PA Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Energy / Philadelphia, PA Fundamentals of Carbon Reduction & GHG Management / Philadelphia, PA Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Philadelphia, PA Superior Energy Performance: Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems / Philadelphia, PA Advanced Energy Auditing–Masters Level / Philadelphia, PA Globalcon 2013 Conference & Expo / Philadelphia, PA Fundamentals of Energy Auditing / Honolulu, HI CEM Training Course for Government Involved Energy Professionals / San Diego, CA Fundamentals of Existing Building Commissioning / New York, NY Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Anaheim, CA 16-17 16-18 16-20 23-24 23-24 23-25 23-25 23-25 23-25 23-25 23-26 23-27 23-27 25-27

SEPTEMBER

APRIL
Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Building Commissioning Professionals / Chicago, IL 8-12 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Atlanta, GA 17-18 Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers / Atlantic City, NJ 22-26 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Minneapolis, MN 29-5/3 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals / Sacramento, CA 8-12

30-10/2 7-9 7-11 16-17 21-22 21-23 21-23 21-24

OCTOBER

MAY
Fundamentals of Existing Building Commissioning / Washington, DC 6-10 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / New York, NY 13-15 Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Energy / Dallas, TX 13-16 CEM Training Course for Government Involved Energy Professionals / San Antonio, TX 20-21 Financing and Performance Contracting for Energy Projects / Anaheim, CA 20-22 Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Chicago, IL 6-8

NOVEMBER
4-8 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Dallas, TX Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers / Boston, MA 18-20 Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Austin, TX 18-22 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Building Commissioning Professionals / San Antonio, TX 13-14

JUNE
5-6 17-19 17-19 17-19 17-19 17-19 17-20 17-20 Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers / Nashville, TN Fundamentals of Building Commissioning / Las Vegas, NV Fundamentals of Energy Auditing / Las Vegas, NV Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency / Las Vegas, NV Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Las Vegas, NV Fundamentals of Renewable Energy: Technologies, Applications & Strategies / Las Vegas, NV Superior Energy Performance: Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems / Las Vegas, NV Training for Building Technicians: Energy Efficiency & Sustainability / Las Vegas, NV

DECEMBER
4-5 9-11 9-11 9-12 9-13 9-13 Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers / San Juan, PR Fundamentals of Energy Auditing / Orlando, FL Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP / Orlando, FL CEM Training Course for Government Involved Energy Professionals / Washington, DC Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Building Commissioning Professionals / Miami, FL Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers / Orlando, FL

P.E.’s & CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS:

All AEE Seminar Participants Receive...
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT. You will receive CEU and PDH credit based on your hours of participation. Specific credits earned are indicated on the page describing each seminar. COURSE WORKBOOK. Provided by each course instructor. COURSE CERTIFICATE. AEE awards each seminar participant a Certificate of Completion upon course completion.

Complete Your Required Professional Development Training
As a nonprofit professional society, the Association of Energy Engineers is automatically approved as a continuing education provider by licensing boards in most U.S. states. (You should verify any provider’s status with your own state board.) AEE provides each seminar participant with a Certificate of Completion indicating CEU and PDH earned. AEE seminars also meet training requirements for maintaining AEE certifications.

CONTENTS

To register for seminars online, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/seminars

ABOUT AEE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4

LIVE SEMINARS OFFERED BY AEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers (CEM Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7 CEM Training Course for Government Involved Energy Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Fundamentals of Renewable Energy: Technologies, Applications & Strategies (REP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Fundamentals of Carbon Reduction & GHG Management (CRM Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP (CMVP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Financing & Performance Contracting for Energy Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Fundamentals of Energy Auditing (CEA Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Advanced Energy Auditing (CEA Masters Level Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Fundamentals of Building Commissioning (CBCP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Building Commissioning Professionals (CBCP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . .17 Fundamentals of Existing Building Commissioning (EBCP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Advanced Retro-Commissioning (CBCP Masters Level Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency (CLEP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Lighting Skills Update for Energy Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Skills Update for Certified Energy Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals (BEP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Basics of Distributed Generation & Onsite CHP (DGCP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Energy (CEP Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Fundamentals of Power Quality (CPQ Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation (BESA Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Superior Energy Performance: Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS) . . . . . . . . . .28 Training for Building Technicians: Energy Efficiency & Sustainability (BEST Prep) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

AEE IN-HOUSE TRAINING OPTIONS

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Most of the live seminars described in this catalog, including professional certification training programs, can also be arranged to be instructed on an in-house basis at your facility.

ONLINE & SELF-STUDY SEMINARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING SEMINARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32-39 AEE offers more than 30 live online webinars covering the full spectrum of topics of current interest to energy-involved professionals, including many which serve as preparatory training for AEE professional certifications. You can participate in these programs anywhere you have access to the internet and a phone, with the ability to interact live with both your instructor and other seminar participants. Courses available as of this printing are described on pages 32-39. For a complete, up-to-date listing with full details, visit www.aeeprograms.com/realtime. SELF-STUDY TRAINING PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40-41 Enjoy the convenience of self-study professional continuing education courses in a home-study format, with a printed course instruction book, and easy email access to your course instructor. 24/7 ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 These are courses you can access online 24 hours a day, work at your own pace for up to 30 days, then take an exam when you are ready to complete the program. ABOUT AEE’S ANNUAL CONFERENCES AND TECHNOLOGY EXPOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 AEE TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 LICENSE RENEWAL TRAINING FOR PEs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 SEMINAR REGISTRATION FORM & INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 1

AEE Professional Certification Programs
The Association of Energy Engineers administers a number of certification programs which enable professionals to receive recognition for their expertise in specialized areas of the energy field. All AEE certification programs require the meeting of specific educational and/or experience requirements, as well as the passing of a written examination. Certification application fees are in addition to fees for associated preparatory seminars presented in this catalog. The certifications currently offered by AEE are described below.

CERTIFIED ENERGY MANAGER
As AEE’s first and most widely recognized professional certification, the CEM credential is now used by many corporations and government agencies as a prerequisite in job descriptions for energy management related positions. Earning the right to put the initials “CEM” behind your name gives you many advantages in advancing your career. AEE currently offers four preparatory seminars for those wishing to prepare for the CEM exam. (See pages 6, 8, 9, and 32.) Students and others who can pass the CEM exam, but do not meet other criteria for the CEM credential, may apply for Energy Manager in Training (EMIT) certification. For more information, visit www.aeecenter.org/certification.

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROFESSIONAL
The Renewable Energy Professional (REP) certification recognizes the expertise of professionals involved in the specification and application of renewable energy technologies, assessment of renewable energy projects, and development of achievable sustainability goals for organizations. AEE’s REP training seminars provide an excellent resource for those preparing to sit for the REP exam. (See pages 10 and 34.)

CERTIFIED CARBON & GHG REDUCTION MANAGER
AEE’s Certified Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager (CRM) certification recognizes the expertise of professionals who have special knowledge in the area of facilitating organizations with the goal of becoming as “carbon neutral” as possible. AEE provides a preparatory course for those seeking certification and planning to sit for the CRM exam. (See pages 11 and 34.)

CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL
AEE’s Certified Sustainable Development Professional (CSDP) provides recognition for professionals who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the sustainable development field, having demonstrated high levels of technical expertise in energy management, renewable energy, and environmental practices. AEE provides a refresher course for those preparing to sit for the CSDP examination. (See page 34.)

CERTIFIED ENERGY AUDITOR
AEE’s Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) certification identifies professionals as having the required knowledge and experience needed to succeed in the growing field of energy auditing. AEE’s CEA training seminars provide an excellent preparatory tool for the CEA exam. (See pages 14 and 33.) Also available—MASTERS LEVEL ENERGY AUDITOR CERTIFICATION See page 15 for information on associated AEE training seminar.

RESIDENTIAL ENERGY AUDITOR
AEE’s Residential Energy Auditor (REA) certification program recognizes professionals with energy auditing expertise and experience specific to assessing residential energy use. (For training opportunities, visit www.aeeprograms.com/certification.) 2 AEE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION ANALYST
AEE’s Building Energy Simulation Analyst (BESA) certification is designed to recognize individuals with special expertise in the area of utilizing building energy simulation software to assess a facility’s energy performance. The Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation seminar offers a preparatory vehicle for those seeking BESA certification and planning to sit for the BESA examination. (See page 27.)

CERTIFIED BUILDING COMMISSIONING PROFESSIONAL
The process of building commissioning has continued to gain momentum over the last several years. AEE’s CBCP program is designed to recognize the most qualified professionals in this growing area. Two seminars are offered as preparatory vehicles for those taking the CBCP exam. (See pages 16 and 17.) Also available—MASTERS LEVEL BUILDING COMMISSIONING CERTIFICATION See page 19 for information on associated AEE training seminar.

EXISTING BUILDING COMMISSIONING PROFESSIONAL
AEE’s Existing Building Commissioning Professional (EBCP) certification provides recognition for qualified professionals with expertise in the area of retrofitting existing buildings into more sustainable, efficient facilities while meeting existing building commissioning criteria. The preparatory seminar Fundamentals of Existing Building Commissioning serves as a refresher program for EBCP exam candidates. (See page 18.)

CERTIFIED MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION PROFESSIONAL
Jointly developed by AEE and the EVO, the Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) certification program is offered with the dual purpose of recognizing the most qualified professionals in this growing area of the energy industry and raising the overall professional standards within the M&V field. AEE offers an excellent training seminar for those preparing to take the CMVP exam. (See page 12.)

CERTIFIED BUSINESS ENERGY PROFESSIONAL
The designation “BEP” is intended to recognize the achievements of those who are involved in the non-technical side of the energy management profession, including those who supervise and manage technical professionals in energy, interface with customers as utility account representatives, and market energy-efficient products. AEE provides a refresher course for those preparing to sit for the BEP exam. (See pages 23 and 32.)

CERTIFIED ENERGY PROCUREMENT PROFESSIONAL
An increasing number of individuals have developed specialized expertise on both the purchasing side and the selling side of the energy marketplace. AEE’s CEP professional certification provides a defined standard against which this expertise may be established and demonstrated. AEE provides a three-day training program for CEP candidates. (See page 25.)

DISTRIBUTED GENERATION CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL
The earning of the DGCP credential requires the demonstration of a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices, and laws which apply to the field of distributed generation and onsite power generation. DGCPs include engineers, managers, attorneys, consultants, and others with a broad base of distributed generation-related experience. AEE offers a training seminar for DGCP candidates. (See page 24.) AEE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS 3

CERTIFIED LIGHTING EFFICIENCY PROFESSIONAL
The designation “CLEP” identifies persons who have achieved a high level of proficiency in the area of lighting efficiency, including a mastery of such areas as codes and standards, principles of illumination, lighting controls, lighting system maintenance, current technologies and design practices, and lighting economics. AEE’s Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency seminar is an excellent preparatory tool for the CLEP exam. (See pages 20 and 36.)

CERTIFIED POWER QUALITY PROFESSIONAL
The Certified Power Quality (CPQ) professional program has helped to define standards within this increasingly important field, and to certify those who have demonstrated special expertise in the area of power quality and reliability. In addition to meeting professional qualifications and passing an exam, the CPQ certification also requires the completion of a three-day training program. (See page 26.)

CERTIFIED GREEN BUILDING ENGINEER
AEE’s Certified Green Building Engineer (GBE) credential is available to licensed professional engineers who fulfill the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) requirements — including passing the CEM exam — and complete the GBE certification application process. GBE certification does not require a separate exam.

CERTIFIED GEOEXCHANGE DESIGNER
AEE’s Certified GeoExchange Designer (CGD) program is designed to recognize professionals who have demonstrated high levels of expertise in applying the principles and practices of geothermal heat pump design and related disciplines. The CGD certification is granted by the Association of Energy Engineers and sponsored by the Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium® (GHPC). Associated training programs are presented by the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA).

BUILDING ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY TECHNICIAN
The Building Energy & Sustainability Technician (BEST) certification was developed to recognize building operators, maintenance personnel, and technicians who utilize “best practices” for improving energy efficiency through enhanced operations and maintenance. AEE provides a training seminar for those seeking BEST certification. (See page 29.)

AEE CERTIFICATION RENEWAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Each AEE certified professional must accumulate 10 professional credits every three years to maintain certification. These credits may be earned as follows: Employment in field .........................................................1 credit per year Membership in professional society ...............................1 credit per year Continuing education ......................................................2 credits per CEU earned

For details on applying for AEE certifications...
To request complete information on specific certification requirements and/or to receive an application package, call

(770) 447-5083, Ext. 318 or visit www.aeecenter.org/certification
4 AEE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

AEE LIVE SEMINARS
Coming to a city near you!

For 2013, AEE is offering live seminar programs throughout the U.S. on a wide variety of topics. Many of these programs are also designed to provide preparatory training for professional certification candidates. Live programs offer an optimum learning environment, with ample time to interact with your course instructor, as well as with
your colleagues in attendance.

Also consider the advantages of

AEE IN-HOUSE SEMINARS

Most of the live seminars described in this catalog, including professional certification training programs, can also be arranged to be presented on an in-house basis at your facility.

For more information on this training option, see page 30 or call (770) 279-4385 or (770) 279-4391.

COMPREHENSIVE 5-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ENERGY MANAGERS
A Preparatory Course for the CEM Certification Exam
FIVE-DAY SEMINAR — 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Daytona Beach, FL / January 14-18, 2013 Hilton Daytona Beach Ocean Walk Village: (386) 254-8200 Phoenix, AZ / February 4-8, 2013 Embassy Suites Phoenix Scottsdale: (602) 765-5800 Charlotte, NC / February 25-March 1, 2013 Charlotte Marriott Executive Park: (704) 527-9650 Anaheim, CA / March 18-22, 2013 Sheraton Park at the Anaheim Resort: (714) 750-1811

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This special 5-day seminar provides an indepth, comprehensive learning and problemsolving forum for those who want a broader understanding of the latest energy cost reduction techniques and strategies. The program begins by examining the basic fundamentals within all key areas of energy management. From there, the instructors systematically move to a “working level” knowledge of the specific principles and techniques needed to really get the job done. This approach has been specially designed to fulfill the needs of professionals who seek a broader and more detailed learning experience than can be provided in AEE’s shorter courses. Following the morning’s instruction on day 5, the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) exam will be administered to those seminar participants who have applied and preregistered for the exam in advance. For information on registering for this optional exam and applying for certification, contact the Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

ABOUT 8-12, SEMINAR Atlanta, GA / April THE 2013
Crowne Plaza and presented by AEE Jointly created Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia:and the (770) 395-7700 Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE), this program is designedApril 22-26, 2013 manageMinneapolis, MN / to provide energy ment, sustainability, and operations and mainteHyatt Regency Minneapolis: (612) 370-1234 nance training /for government personnel and New York, NY May 6-10, 2013 contractorsLaGuardia East Hotel: (718)high perforSheraton operating government 460-6660 mance buildings. The seminar will assist these proLas Vegas, fessionals in NV / June 17-21, 2013in accordance operating buildings Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. with industry best practices and standards, reFor hotel information, visit: ducing energy consumption and costs, improvwww.energyevent.com/hotels ing the working environment, and reducing the Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. environmental impacts of government facilities. Visit www.energyevent.com The GOHP exam will be administered on day 5 of Boston, MA July 15-19, 2013 each seminar. /You must obtain a separate GOHP Crowne Plaza Hotel by contacting AEE’s Certifiapplication package Newton: (617) 969-3010 Chicago, IL / July 29-August 2, 447-5083, Ext. cation Administrator at (770) 2013 Hilton Chicago 318, or visit: Northbrook: (847) 859-1500 www.aeecenter.org/certification San Francisco, CA / August 12-16, 2013 Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront: Note: Registering for the five-day seminar does (650) 340-8500

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Each program will be instructed by two of the following team of instructors: BARNEY L. CAPEHART, Ph.D., C.E.M., is a professor emeritus of industrial and systems engineering at the University of Florida, Gainesville. His broad experience in the field includes conducting over 200 industrial facilities audits. ERIC WOODROOF, Ph.D., C.E.M., is a trainer and writer, widely recognized for helping energy/environmental projects get approved and implemented. He has over 15 years’ experience, 20 publications, and has identified profit-improvement strategies at over 200 facilities. WARREN M. HEFFINGTON, Ph.D., P.E., is founding director of the Industrial Assessment Center at Texas A&M University, which has provided over 400 industrial assessments. WAYNE C. TURNER, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., is a regents professor emeritus at Oklahoma State University’s School of Industrial Engineering & Management, where he taught for 33 years. As founder/director of OSU’s Industrial Assessment Center, his broad experience has included conducting or supervising well over 1000 facilities energy audits.

not automatically register you for the GOHP Cincinnati, OH / September 16-20, required for exam. An additional fee of $400 is2013 Hyatt Regency Cincinnati: (513) 579-1234 certification application and exam.
Washington, DC / October 7-11, 2013 Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner: (703) 448-1234 Dallas, TX / November 4-8, 2013 DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas Campbell Centre: (214) 691-8700 Orlando, FL / December 9-13, 2013 The Florida Hotel: (407) 859-1500

Note: Registering for the five-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CEM exam. An additional fee of $400 is required for certification application and exam.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1995 AEE Member Fee: $1795† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1795 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

6 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS

COMPREHENSIVE 5-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ENERGY MANAGERS SEMINAR OUTLINE
THE NEED FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT • Building energy cost control • Utility DSM programs and deregulation • Energy efficiency and peak demand reduction • Commercial business energy cost control • Industrial plant operation improvement CONDUCTING AN ENERGY AUDIT • Purpose of the energy audit • Facility description and data needs • Major systems in the facility • Collecting the actual data • Identifying preliminary opportunities ENERGY AUDIT INSTRUMENTATION ENERGY CODES AND STANDARDS • Building codes • ASHRAE standards (62, 15, 3, 90.1) • ASME, IEEE, and other standards • Federal legislation • Montreal Protocol, Global Climate Change • National Energy Policy Act of 2005 • Existing & proposed tax incentives BUILDING ENERGY USE & PERFORMANCE • Fuel types and costs • Energy content of fuels • Energy conversion factors • Building envelope • Natural gas purchasing • Retail wheeling of electricity • Major building energy use systems ENERGY ACCOUNTING IN BUILDINGS & FACILITIES • Energy use index, energy cost index • Where energy is used in facilities • Lighting and HVAC energy use ENERGY RATE STRUCTURES • Identifying types of energy used • Electric rates, gas rates • Oil, coal, and other rates • Steam and hot water rates • Factors in controlling fuel costs • Utility incentive programs ELECTRIC RATE STRUCTURES • The difference between power and energy • Electric meters • Components of electric rates • Factors in controlling electric costs • Electric utility incentive programs • Special schedules ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS • Economic decision analysis • Simple economic measures • The time value of money • Present and future values • Cost and benefit analysis • After tax cash flows ALTERNATIVE FINANCING • Role of performance contracting • Different sources • FEMP and alternative financing • True lease, capital lease, bonds, etc. WASTE HEAT RECOVERY • Objectives: design criteria • Types and maintenance of heat exchangers • Recuperators; economizers LIFE CYCLE COSTING • Concept of life cycle costing • Purchase costs vs. operating costs • Example analyses • Government standards — FEMP FUEL SUPPLY & FUEL SWITCHING • Alternative fuel choices • Technology choices • Benefits of deregulation: electric, gas, & oil ELECTRICAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT • Peak load reduction • Power factor improvement • Energy management control systems • Load management • Harmonics and other power quality issues LIGHTING • Basics of lighting and current technologies • New lighting technologies • Economic evaluation of lighting improvements • Lighting standards • EPA Green Lights program • T12, T8, T5 lamps • Compact fluorescents • HID, sulfur lamps MOTORS & ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES • How motors work • High efficiency motors • Examples of cost effective motor changes • Use of adjustable speed drives /examples • Improved motor belts and drives • Compressed air management • Adjustable speed drive alternatives HVAC SYSTEM • Types of HVAC systems & new technologies • The vapor compression cycle • Air conditioning loads • Chiller improvement example • Control, thermal storage, absorption systems CONTROLS AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT • Night set back • Optimum start/stop • Enthalpy economizers • Temperature resets • PID controls, pneumatic controls • Control characteristics • DDC INSULATION • Types of insulation • Heat flow calculations • Economic levels of insulation • Passive thermal energy • Process insulation GREEN BUILDINGS, LEED®, & ENERGY STAR BOILERS & STEAM GENERATION • Basics of combustion systems • Excess air control • Boiler efficiency improvement • Combustion controls & waste heat recovery • Steam traps — purpose and testing • Process insulation • Example of boiler improvement COGENERATION (CHP) • What is cogeneration? • Types of cogeneration cycles • Examples of cost effective use of cogeneration • QF’s and deregulation • Use of waste for fuel • Fuel cells, microturbines, etc. MAINTENANCE • Maintenance management systems • Monitoring for maintenance • Infrared photography for maintenance • Cost of air, steam, & gas leaks • Uninsulated surfaces ALTERNATIVE FINANCING

AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 7

CEM TRAINING COURSE FOR GOVERNMENT INVOLVED ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
A Preparatory Course for the CEM Certification Exam
FOUR-DAY SEMINAR — 3.2 CEU / 32 PDH

LOCATIONS & DATES
San Diego, CA / March 11-14, 2013 Crowne Plaza San Diego: (619) 297-0555 San Antonio, TX / May 13-16, 2013 The Menger Hotel: (210) 223-4361 Atlanta, GA / July 8-11, 2013 Atlanta Marriott Buckhead: (404) 261-9250 Seattle, WA / October 21-24, 2013 Doubletree by Hilton Seattle Airport: (206) 246-8600 Washington, DC / December 9-12, 2013 Sheraton Suites Old Town Alexandria: (703) 836-4700

SEMINAR OUTLINE
The Need for Energy Management in Government Facilities
• The role of energy management in national priorities • Overview of the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) • Utility demand response programs • Government energy cost control • Facility operation improvement

Conducting the Energy Audit Energy Audit Instrumentation Energy Codes & Standards Building Energy Use & Performance Energy Accounting in Buildings & Facilities Energy Rate Structures Electric Rate Structures Economic Analysis & Life Cycle Costing Alternative Financing Waste Heat Recovery Fuel Supply & Fuel Switching Electrical Energy Management Lighting Motors & Adjustable Speed Drives HVAC System Controls & Energy Management Insulation

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This special 4-day seminar follows the same core outline as AEE’s Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers, but has been specially tailored for professionals involved in government energy programs and projects. It provides an in-depth, comprehensive learning and problem-solving forum for those who want to achieve optimum results in the field of energy management, and to prepare to take the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) examination. Beginning at 8:00 am on the morning following the final day of the seminar, the CEM exam will be administered to those seminar participants who have applied and preregistered for the exam in advance. For information on registering for this optional exam and applying for certification, contact the Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

Green Buildings, LEED® & STEPHEN P. SAIN, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., C.E.P., ENERGY STAR brings to this program more than 25 years of Boilers & Steam Generation experience in the energy engineering industry, including involvement in numerous energy effiCogeneration (CHP) ciency and alternative financing projects, espeMaintenance cially involving U.S. federal agencies. He has instructed professional seminars throughout the Alternative Financing U.S. and abroad covering energy conservation, life-cycle costing, alternative financing, and measNote: Registering for the four-day seminar urement & verification related topics. does not automatically register you for the T. KENNETH SPAIN, P.E., C.E.M., C.L.E.P., LEED CEM exam. An additional fee of $400 is reAP, is an energy analyst with three decades of quired for certification application and exam. experience in applied energy management and engineering. He is an on-call research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville followFEES (seminar only) ing 25 years of full-line service managing enerRegular Fee: $1895 gy efficiency programs and conducting conferAEE Member Fee: $1695† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1695 ences and training programs to help governTeam Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant† ment, institutional, industrial, and commercial †Refer to the inside back cover for details on how clients identify and understand life-cycle costto qualify for member rates and team discounts. effective energy strategies for their facilities. He is a FEMP-qualified life cycle cost instructor. 8 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS

FAST TRACK CEM PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ENERGY MANAGERS
A Preparatory Course for the CEM Certification Exam
TWO-DAY SEMINAR — 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Hollywood, CA / February 27-28, 2013 W Hollywood: (323) 798-1300 Atlantic City, NJ / April 17-18, 2013 Revel Atlantic City: (855) 348-0500 Nashville, TN / June 5-6, 2013 Loews Vanderbilt Nashville: (615) 320-1700 San Francisco, CA / October 16-17, 2013 Sheraton at Fisherman’s Wharf: (415) 362-5800 Boston, MA / November 13-14, 2013 Hyatt Harborside: (617) 568-1234 San Juan, PR / December 4-5, 2013 Intercontinental San Juan: (787) 791-6100

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Codes & Standards Energy Accounting and Economics Alternative Financing Energy Audits and Instrumentation Electrical Systems Motors and Drives • AC motor control • DC motors • Variable frequency drives • Motor efficiency and power factor Lighting • Lamp types • Zonal cavity design methods • Ballasts • Lighting controls Industrial Systems • Laws of thermodynamics • Waste heat recovery • Boilers and thermosystems • Steam tables • Heat exchangers • Compressors Mechanical Systems • Affinity laws & psychrometric charts • Heat pumps • Chillers • Ventilation requirements Building Envelope • Thermal resistance • Solar heat gain • Insulation • Heat transfer coefficients • LEED rating systems • EPA ENERGY STAR Comprehensive Review of CEM Sample Problems Cogeneration and CHP Systems • Topping, combine & bottoming cycles • Combined heat & power Energy Procurement and Innovative Purchasing Building Automation and Control Systems • BACnet / LON • Direct digital control • Discharge reset and digital setback Green Buildings, LEED, and ENERGY STAR Thermoenergy Storage Systems Boiler and Steam Systems • Boiler types • Combustion efficiency and fuel ratio • Boiler blowdown Maintenance and Commissioning Benefits of Commissioning Note: Registering for the two-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CEM exam. An additional fee of $400 is required for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This fast-paced, highly focused seminar is designed to provide specific training needed by professionals preparing to sit for the CEM exam. It will include updates on topics of current importance, such as implementation of the latest energy legislation, and building commissioning basics. The program will review the technical, economic, and regulatory aspects of effective energy management and the basics of energy efficiency improvement as it relates to electrical, utility, building, and combustion systems. For your convenience, the CEM exam will be administered on the morning of the day following the seminar. To receive your CEM application form, or for further information on the CEM program, contact the Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
CLINT D. CHRISTENSON, C.E.M., is currently a consultant providing optimization services for industrial, commercial, and institutional customers. He previously served as Senior Buildings Engineer for Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Senior Energy Engineer with NORESCO, and Director of Advanced Solutions for Johnson Controls. He was also Director of OSU’s Industrial Assessment Center while pursuing a Ph.D. His broad experience in energy management has included the conducting of over 150 industrial, commercial, and institutional energy surveys . He has written and lectured widely in the field. ALBERT THUMANN, P.E., C.E.M., is currently Executive Director of the Association of Energy Engineers. A 13-year veteran of Bechtel Corporation, he has had extensive handson experience in engineering, project management, construction, start-up, and operation, including supervision of multi-million projects in the pharmaceutical, refinery, chemical, pulp and paper, and fertilizer industry. He has authored and co-authored numerous books on energy engineering and management topics.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1350 AEE Member Fee: $1250† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1250 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 9

FUNDAMENTALS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY: TECHNOLOGIES, APPLICATIONS, & STRATEGIES
A Preparatory Course for the REP Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.4 CEU / 24 PDH PRESENTED IN COOPERATION WITH ACORE USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Las Vegas, NV / June 17-19, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Introduction to Alternative Energy Environmental Impacts–A Driver for Using Alternative Energy Alternative Energy & Carbon Reduction Solar Energy Hot water heating / Solar heating, air conditioning, and electric generation / Case studies Wind Energy Design consideration such as intermittency & penetration limits / Small scale wind turbine generation systems / Onshore wind energy technologies / Offshore wind farms / Economics & feasibility / Studies of wind power projects Hydropower Large hydro systems / Mini-turbine technologies / Ocean generation systems / River & stream current generation / Case examples Geothermal Energy Types of geothermal energy resources & development approaches / Electrical generation / Earth tubes applications / Geothermal heat pump applications / Case examples Waste-to-Energy Systems Wastes as an energy source / Differences between thermal & non-thermal technologies / Biological mechanical treatment / Biomass energy / Waste fuels & their uses / Landfill gas and gas turbines / Plasma-arc gasification processes / Case studies of plants Fuel Cells–Example of Hydrogen Applications How fuel cells work / Fuel cell designs / Differences between low, intermediate, and high temperature systems / Applications Hybrid Alternative Energy Systems Combining alternative energy components / Uses for hybrid energy systems / Solar & wind power combinations / Pumped-storage, wind generated hydroelectricity / Applications Creative Energy Storage Applications Alternative Energy Strategies for Buildings Using alternative energy for green construction / Site solutions for optimizing alternative energy potential / LEED & ENERGY STAR buildings / Integrating multiple alternative energy technologies in buildings / Demandside conservation approaches / Net zero energy & net-positive energy construction / Carbon-neutral construction / Case studies Transportation Systems Government Alternative Energy Programs Financial Approaches & Incentives

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This course is designed to provide a useful preparatory vehicle for professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Renewable Energy Professional (REP) certification exam, providing an in-depth overview of alternative energy sources, application technologies, renewable energy project goal setting, and implementation strategies. Topics include wind power systems, solar thermal heating and photovoltaic generation, geothermal heating and electrical production, biofuels, waste-to-energy systems, energy storage, fuel cells, and hydroelectric power. Financing options and incentives are also considered. The REP exam will be administered on the morning following Day 3 of each seminar. In order to apply for certification and qualify to sit for the exam, you must obtain a separate REP application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the REP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
STEPHEN A. ROOSA, Ph.D., an internationally recognized expert in energy management and urban sustainability, brings to this program over 25 years’ experience in commercial energy management and performance contracting. FRED HAUBER is an electrical engineer, lighting system designer, and solar integrator with over 35 years of field experience. He has served as a facilities manager for several large corporations and is intimately familiar with sustainable operation and maintenance of large facilities.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1550 AEE Member Fee: $1450† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1450 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF CARBON REDUCTION, GHG MANAGEMENT & REPORTING
A Preparatory Course for the CRM Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH COSPONSORED BY INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS AND THE CLIMATE REGISTRY USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATION & DATE
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-6, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Executive Briefing and High-Level Strategies • Carbon management process overview • The need for carbon reduction • Trends and data on global challenges • History, legislation and terminology • Examples of successful programs Introduction to Carbon Management • Protocols, strategies and reference documents • Protocol overview and terminology • Carbon audit and reporting process • Components of a carbon audit • Exact steps to setting up a carbon reduction program and reporting software • Reporting software/reporting formats • Verification process • Emissions conversion factors and where to find them Practical Strategies and Tactics to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Environmental Impact • Quick review, insights from case studies • Proven tactical measures to reduce your carbon footprint • Local strategies and techniques Carbon Credits, Offsets, Trading, and New Revenue Tactics • Carbon trading and credit terminology • Creating an on going green program • Process for finding profitable green strategies • Financial review (time value of money) Financing/Selling/Approving Your Program • Three big reasons why green projects fail...and how to overcome them • Financing for positive cash flow • How to quantify benefits and help your organization improve its “environmental image” • Marketing tactics to help your green project get approved • Course review and test prep

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This course is designed to provide the most comprehensive training available in the critical areas of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions management and reporting. The focused, fast-paced program is intended both to expand your knowledge in the carbon management field and to serve as a preparatory vehicle for the exam required to achieve AEE’s Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager (CRM) certification. Participants will learn how to interpret current trends and legal requirements; conduct carbon audit and emission inventories; set up a GHG emissions management program, report carbon emissions in compliance with international standards; complete the emissions verification process; structure financing and marketing to maximize project success, and more. The CRM exam will be administered on the afternoon of day 3 following each seminar. You must obtain a separate CRM application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CRM exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
ERIC WOODROOF, Ph.D., C.E.M., is widely recognized both nationally and internationally for helping energy and environmental projects get approved and implemented. His focus is to help clients develop projects which are both profitable and simultaneously beneficial to the environment. He brings to this program over 15 years in energy management, consulting, and training, having developed profit improvement strategies at over 200 facilities. Dr. Woodroof is Chairman of AEE’s Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager (CRM) program certification board, and a board member for the AEE’s Certified Energy Manager (CEM) program since 1999.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 11

FUNDAMENTALS OF MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION: APPLYING THE IPMVP
A Preparatory Course for the CMVP Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH JOINTLY DEVELOPED BY AEE & EVO AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-6, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com Chicago, IL / May 20-22, 2013 Hilton Chicago Northbrook: (847) 480-7500 Las Vegas, NV / June 17-19, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com Washington, DC / September 23-25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com Boston, MA / October 7-9, 2013 Hyatt Harborside: (617) 568-1234 Austin, TX / November 18-20, 2013 Crowne Plaza Austin: (877) 270-1393 Orlando, FL / December 9-11, 2013 The Florida Hotel: (407) 859-1500

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Reasons for M&V • Types of uses for M&V • M&V’s role in financing Current M&V Protocols IPMVP • Its evolution • Overview of IPMVP Options A, B, C, & D Developing an M&V Plan • Principles of M&V • Scope of energy to be monitored • Differences between M&V for industry and for buildings • “Cost avoidance” or “normalized savings?” • Choosing independent variables for adjustments • Sources of data • M&V budgets • Selecting the baseline period & data • Measurement system design, commissioning, & maintenance • Baseline analysis methods • Various forms of savings computation • Valuing savings • Routine procedures & QC • Managing uncertainty created by sampling, metering, modeling, and unknowns • Bias and rounding • Reporting procedures • Coordinating with other purposes • When to do the M&V Plan Current Issues in M&V Baseline Adjustments • Why they are necessary • Who does what, when Key Elements of Success: Theory & Examples of IPMVP Options Selecting Options: Which One Is Best Suited for My Project Adherence with IPMVP

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This course is designed to provide a useful preparatory vehicle for AEE’s and EVO’s measurement & verification professional certification program. The course will examine current methods of measuring and verifying savings, specifically reviewing the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP). Attendees will learn the process of designing a proper M&V program for their projects. For your convenience, AEE has scheduled the CMVP exam on the final day of the course at the same location. To obtain your CMVP application form or further information, contact AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
JOHN D. COWAN, P.Eng., M.B.A., C.M.V.P., president of Environmental Interface Limited, frequently acts as an independent verifier of energy savings claims. During his 35 years in the energy efficiency industry he has been a consulting engineer, ESCO owner/manager, and owner’s rep in energy performance contracting matters. He is immediate past Chair of the Board of the Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO), which owns the IPMVP.

Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CMVP exam. An additional fee of $400 is required for certification application and exam.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Gov’t., Nonprofit, or EVO Subscriber Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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FINANCING & PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING FOR ENERGY PROJECTS
TWO-DAY SEMINAR — 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH

SEMINAR OUTLINE LOCATIONS & DATES
Anaheim, CA / May 20-21, 2013 Sheraton Garden Grove Anaheim South Hotel: (714) 703 8400 Atlantic City, NJ / October 21-22, 2013 Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center: (609) 344-3535

Introduction and Need for Performance Contracting Program Design and Overall Concept Client Qualification • Is PC the right solution for a particular client/host? Project Development Strategies, Contracts and Tactics Financing Arrangement/Vehicles Project and Host Characteristics that Favor Certain Vehicles Measurement and Verification • Protocols • Terminology and approaches • Optimal balancing of accuracy and costs Full Analysis of a Sample Contract Best Practices in Presentation and Sales of Performance Based Solutions Class Exercises: Sales Strategies and Tactics • Overcoming common barriers Conclusion

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This seminar is a must for ESCO professionals, facility managers, hosts, and all professionals who work within the performance contracting industry. With multiple banks investing tens of billions of dollars into financing energy efficiency, qualified professionals will stand out above the competition. Knowing the key success factors for working in this industry will save you years of learning through trial and error. In fact, you might not be able to afford “learning as you go” in this market, as both the risks and the rewards are quite high. Participants will gain a clear understanding of the basics of energy saving performance contracts, as well as optimal development techniques to maximize the benefits for the ESCO and for the client. This course is content rich, yet also highly interactive, addressing the fundamentals as well as advanced topics.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
ERIC WOODROOF, Ph.D., C.E.M., is widely recognized both nationally and internationally for helping energy and environmental projects get approved and implemented. His focus is to help clients develop projects which are both profitable and simultaneously beneficial to the environment. He brings to this program over 15 years in energy management, consulting, and training, having developed profit improvement strategies at over 200 facilities. Dr. Woodroof is Chairman of AEE’s Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager (CRM) program certification board, and a board member for the AEE’s Certified Energy Manager (CEM) program since 1999.

FEES
Regular Fee: $1350 AEE Member Fee: $1250† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1250 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY AUDITING
A Preparatory Course for the CEA Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.4 CEU / 24 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
New York, NY / February 4-6, 2013 Crowne Plaza Meadowlands, Secaucus, NJ: (201) 348-6900 Honolulu, HI / March 11-13, 2013 Waikiki Beach Marriott: (808) 922-6611 Las Vegas, NV / June 17-19, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com Boston, MA / September 16-18, 2013 Hyatt Harborside: (617) 568-1234 Chicago, IL / October 21-23, 2013 Hilton Chicago Northbrook: (847) 480-7500 Orlando, FL / December 9-11, 2013 The Florida Hotel: (407) 859-1500

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Introduction to Energy Auditing Building Envelope • Heat flow concept • R and U values • Walls, roofs, windows, Low E glass • Infiltration • Energy management opportunities Lighting Systems • Measurement of light • Efficiency / efficacy / light color-CCT/CRI • Lamp lumen depreciation • Lamp types and characteristics • Controls • Energy management opportunities Air Conditioning Systems • HVAC basics / load estimating / efficiencies • Components • Chillers — electric, gas-driven, absorbers • Piping arrangements • Energy savings opportunities Heating Systems • Boilers: fire tube, water tube, cast iron • Distribution systems and thermal units • Boiler energy management opportunities • Furnaces — electric, gas, pulse, condensing • Furnace energy management opportunities Motors and Drives • Types of motors • Squirrel cage induction motors • Operating characteristics / efficiencies • Variable frequency drives • Energy management opportunities Heat Pumps • Operation / efficiencies • Classifications • Energy management opportunities Ventilation Systems • Types / characteristics • Heat recovery methods • Energy management opportunities Domestic Hot Water Systems • Types / efficiencies • Circulating pumps • Heat pump water heaters • Energy management opportunities Water Conservation and Audits

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This 3-day program is designed to provide the specific training needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) exam. You’ll gain the fundamental knowledge needed to evaluate how energy is being used in a facility, and to identify where consumption can be reduced, covering useful calculation methods and practical examples. The instructor will emphasize effective auditing basics while putting them in the context of the “big picture” and the bottom line. For your convenience, the CEA exam will be administered on the morning of the day following the seminar. To receive your CEA application form, or for more information on the CEA program, contact the Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification.
Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CEA exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

Utility Analysis

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
TERRY NIEHUS, P.E., C.E.M., is the founder of Lakeshore Consulting, a firm specializing in technical training and energy auditing. As a consultant, he has performed over 1,000 energy analyses for governmental, commercial, and industrial facilities.
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FEES
Regular Fee: $1550 AEE Member Fee: $1450† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1450 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

ADVANCED ENERGY AUDITING
Preparatory Training for the Masters Level Certified Energy Auditor Exam
FOUR-DAY SEMINAR — 3.2 CEU / 32 PDH DEVELOPED WITH DOE FUNDING AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATION & DATE
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-8, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
ASHRAE Type I Audit
• Review of utility bills, typical bill structures, financial incentives • Pre-audit facility manager interview • Benchmarking analysis (ENERGY STAR and Portfolio Manager) • Building walk-through data • Establishing a baseline for measuring improvements • Typical savings and low cost/no cost improvements

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Traditional energy audits are based upon the evaluation of existing energy consumption, on-site data collection from energy-consuming equipment, and reporting of common energy conservation opportunities. These audits can typically lead to 10% energy savings. The goal of the advanced energy audit is to reach beyond the typical equipment replacements and develop a plan which considers additional areas such as indoor air quality, code compliance, operation and maintenance, risk mitigation, commissioning, and investment-grade details. This four-day course provides auditors with the knowledge and tools needed to develop enhanced recommendations leading to increased client energy savings. For those meeting qualifying criteria, the Masters Level CEA exam will be administered on the morning following the final day of each seminar. You must obtain a separate Masters Level CEA application by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 4475083, Ext. 318, or by visiting: www.aeecenter.org/certification

ASHRAE Type II Audit
• Detailed energy usage analysis: base loads, seasonal loads • Effective energy costs • Evaluating existing conditions • Estimating implementation costs and financial analysis • Building system analysis with detailed example calculations • Post implementation measurement and verification

Audit Best Practices Investment Grade Audits
• What makes an audit “investment-grade”? • Additional data collection and reporting • Evaluating the staff’s technological capability • Examining interactions between recommendations • Operation and maintenance recommendations • Additional report material (manufacturer docs, schematics, pricing, safety) • Alternate financing, grants, incentives • Procurement approaches • Risk evaluation and mitigation costs • Environmental impact of recommendations • Project implementation and commissioning plan • Savings measurement and verification

Auditing Tools and Software
• Tools necessary for various types of audits • Recommendations and examples • Energy management screens • Metering and useful software tools • Survey and instrumentation

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
SCOTT DUNNING, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., is a professor and director of the University of Maine’s School of Engineering Technology. As founding director of the university’s Industrial Assessment Center, he has led over 200 industrial assessments of facilities throughout New England. He currently performs commercial audits for the Efficiency Maine Trust. Dr. Dunning is recognized as a national expert in energy efficiency and auditing, and has lectured and written widely in the field. JAMES W. BROWN, P.E., is a principal overseeing the Energy Systems Associates division of Terracon. His expertise includes providing mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering and design, as well as energy consulting services for institutional, commercial, and industrial clients. He has managed numerous projects resulting directly from facility investment grade energy audits, and has authored books focused on investment grade energy audits and maintenance of sustainably designed facilities.

Example Virtual Energy Audit with Video and Discussion Retro-Commissioning (RCx)
• What is RCx any how does it fit into energy auditing? • Examples of savings potential through RCx • Tools required for maximum success • Example of RCx process

Note: Registering for the four-day seminar does not automatically register you for the Masters Level CEA exam. Additional fee of $300 required for certification application and exam.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1895 AEE Member Fee: $1695† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1695 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 15

FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING COMMISSIONING
A Preparatory Course for the CBCP Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-6, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com Las Vegas, NV / June 17-19, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com Atlanta, GA / September 30-October 2, 2013 Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel: (404) 261-9250

SEMINAR OUTLINE
PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING COMMISSIONING What is Building Commissioning? Why We Need Commissioning Typical Project Schedule – Commissioning Perspective • Design-bid-build-operate • Bid-design-build-operate The Project Team PART 2: NEW BUILDING COMMISSIONING Concept/Programming Phase Objectives Design Phase Objectives • Dynamic documentation (changes in design) • Comprehensive design review • Commissioning specifications • Budgeting • Testing specialist Construction Phase Objectives • Dynamic documentation • Updating commissioning plan • Construction observations • CX team meetings • Testing, adjusting, & balancing • Controls • Submittals/RFIs Acceptance Plan Objectives • Acceptance & warranty • Continuous testing • Changes • Indoor environmental quality • Energy use • Operations & maintenance • Training PART 3: RETRO-COMMISSIONING Concept/Programming Phase Objectives • Retro-commissioning, recommissioning, and building tune-ups • Developing, planning, and communicating • Defining the project scope • Choosing the commissioning professional for retro-commissioning • Reviewing & updating building benchmarks • Establishing a plan • Original design intent vs. current use Investigation Phase Objectives • Communication • Occupant impact • Operation & maintenance • Building automation system & trend logs Project Turnover Objectives: Final Report PART 4: TOTAL BUILDING COMMISSIONING Building Envelope Electrical Systems Site & Landscape Systems Other Systems PART 5: ADDITIONAL TOPICS USGBC & the LEED Rating System Commissioning Guidelines Commissioning & the Federal Government Commissioning Tools & Technologies

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This course is designed in part to provide a useful preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) program. This seminar will examine all aspects of commissioning, including project scheduling, roles of the project team, new building commissioning, retro and recommissioning of existing buildings, system-by-system commissioning requirements, TAB and verification procedures, the LEED rating system, building code issues, and commissioning tools and technologies. The CBCP exam will be administered at the close of instruction on Day 3 of each seminar. You must obtain a separate CBCP application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CBCP exam. An additional fee of $300 is require for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
PAUL BANKS, P.E., a LEED accredited mechanical engineer, is a founding partner of B2Q, an engineering/project management consulting firm specializing in assisting clients in achieving the design, construction, and commissioning of safe, efficient, and productive buildings. Additional instructors and/ or guest speakers may also participate in the instruction of this seminar.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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COMPREHENSIVE 5-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR BLDG. COMMISSIONING PROFESSIONALS
A Preparatory Course for the CBCP Certification Exam
FIVE-DAY SEMINAR — 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Anaheim, CA / February 4-8, 2013 Crowne Plaza Fullerton: (714) 635-9000 Chicago, IL / April 8-12, 2013 Hilton Chicago Oak Lawn: (708) 425-7800 Atlantic City, NJ / August 19-23, 2013 Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center: (609) 344-3535 San Antonio, TX / November 18-22, 2013 The Menger Hotel: (210) 223-4361 Miami, FL / December 9-13, 2013 Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay: (305) 374-3900

SEMINAR OUTLINE
PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING COMMISSIONING What is Building Commissioning? Why We Need Commissioning – Aligning the Owner/Designer/Contractor/Operator Typical Project Schedule– Commissioning Perspective • Design-bid-build-operate • Bid-design-build-operate PART 2: NEW BUILDING COMMISSIONING Concept/Programming Phase Objectives Design Phase Objectives • Dynamic documentation (changes in design) • Comprehensive design review • Commissioning specifications • Budgeting / Testing specialist Construction Phase Objectives • Dynamic documentation • Updating commissioning plan • Construction observations • Cx team meetings • Testing adjusting balancing • Controls / Submittals / RFIs Acceptance Phase Objectives • Acceptance and warranty • Continuous testing / changes • Indoor environmental quality • Energy use / Operations & maintenance • Training PART 3: RETRO-COMMISSIONING Concept/Programming Phase Objectives • Retro-commissioning, recommissioning, and building tune-ups / Developing, planning and communicating / Budgeting / Choosing the commissioning professional for retrocommissioning / Reviewing and updating building / Commissioning plan / Team meeting • Original design intent vs. current use Investigation Phase Objectives • Communication / Occupant impact • Operation and maintenance / Commissioning documents / Retesting and remonitoring Project Turnover Objectives: Final Report PART 4: TOTAL BUILDING COMMISSIONING What Needs to Be Commissioned and How Are These Systems Commissioned? • Structural, envelope, interior, conveying, environmental & energy (lighting/M/E/P), communications, site & landscape, protective TAB and Verification, System by System Commissioning and the LEED Rating System Commissioning Guidelines and Benchmarking Economic Analysis Commissioning and the Federal Government Building Codes Commissioning Tools, Technology, Procurement

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
In addition to providing a useful preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) program, this five-day program is designed to meet the training requirements of those who need to know the technical details of the commissioning process. Though covering many of the same topics addressed in AEE’s shorter Fundamentals of Building Commissioning seminar, this course will go into further technical detail, and will include several workshops where participants are challenged to produce real Cx deliverables, and to come up with practical solutions to typical Cx problems. The CBCP is administered at the close of instruction on Day 5. You must obtain a separate CBCP application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 4475083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the five-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CBCP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
PAUL BANKS, P.E., a LEED accredited mechanical engineer, is a founding partner of B2Q, an engineering/project management consulting firm specializing in assisting clients in achieving the design, construction, and commissioning of safe, efficient, and productive buildings. Additional instructors and/or guest speakers may also participate in the instruction of this seminar.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1995 AEE Member Fee: $1795† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1795 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 17

FUNDAMENTALS OF EXISTING BUILDING COMMISSIONING
A Preparatory Course for the EBCP Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
New York, NY / March 18-20, 2013 DoubleTree by Hilton Jersey City: (201) 499-2400 Washington, DC / May 6-8, 2013 Sheraton Suites Old Town Alexandria: (703) 836-4700 Boston, MA / October 21-23, 2013 Sheraton Needham Hotel: (781) 444-1110

SEMINAR OUTLINE
What is Existing Building Commissioning? Why We Need Commissioning Who is Doing EBCx and Why? What is the Process of EBCx? How is EBCx Different from New Building Cx? How Does EBCx Relate to Energy Conservation? What Are the Typical Deliverables? What Are Common EBCx Opportunities? How to Investigate, Find, and Document EBCx Opportunities USGBC LEED for Existing Buildings– Operations and Maintenance How Does Benchmarking and Measurement & Verification Fit into EBCx? EBCx of Electrical and Building Envelope Systems Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing Fundamentals for EBCx Tools and Technologies for EBCx

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
The course is designed in part to provide a preparatory medium for AEE’s Existing Building Commissioning Professional certification. This program will examine all aspects of existing building commissioning, including project scope, roles, and responsibilities of the project team, system-by-system commissioning requirements, TAB and verification procedures, the LEED rating system, BAS trend log reviews, and commissioning tools and technologies. The EBCP exam will be administered at the close of instruction on Day 3 of the seminar. You must obtain a separate EBCP application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 4475083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the EBCP exam. An additional fee of $300 is require for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
PAUL BANKS, P.E., a LEED accredited mechanical engineer, is a founding partner of B2Q, an engineering/project management consulting firm specializing in assisting clients in achieving the design, construction, and commissioning of safe, efficient, and productive buildings. Additional instructors and/or guest speakers may also participate in the instruction of this seminar.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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ADVANCED RETRO-COMMISSIONING
Preparatory Training for the Masters Level Certified Building Commissioning Professional Exam
FIVE-DAY SEMINAR — 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH DEVELOPED WITH DOE FUNDING AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATION & DATE
Washington, DC / September 23-27, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Building Commissioning History, Philosophy, Fundamentals Building Commissioning • Traditional building commissioning approaches and their weaknesses • Differences between commissioning, TAB and energy auditing • Life cycle building commissioning (LCBCx) • International commissioning developments Prominent Sources of Building Commissioning Guidelines and Supporting Organizations Federal Government Energy Conservation Goals and Cx Mandates • Major federal government sustainability goals / targets • Federal laws, regulations, notices and rules • FEMP guidance • 5 federal commissioning mandates Best Practices in Retro-Commissioning (RCx) • RCx case study and work scope, team formation and roles • Process and phased approach • Assessment and implementation • Commissioning as "road-map" tool for capital investments • Performance-based commissioning: baselines and M&V • Deferred maintenance and commissioningcompatible O&M program Building System Retro-Commissioning Knowhow • Tools, field measurements and functional testing • Importance of operations & maintenance (O&M) • HVAC system, EMCS and CUP RCx • Central distribution loop RCx CHP/CoGen/DistGen and Renewable Technologies Best Practices (Emphasis on Government Buildings) Brainstorm on Your Facility: Workshop Commissioning Software Tools Smart Building Commissioning Commissioning Contracting & Performance Contracting Commissioning Financing

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This comprehensive seminar covers advanced approaches to retro-commissioning, including “life cycle” building commissioning—a process of integrating traditional retro-commissioning processes into a single seamless approach. The traditional approach often has three or more separate commissioning agents during the various phases of pre-design, design, construction, and operation, which often does not yield the optimum results for the owner. The optimized life cycle approach integrates these various phases, and also includes a discussion of LEED, sustainability, and high performance buildings. Many of the measures are equally applicable to both large and small projects. Dozens of case studies from successfully completed projects are presented. For those meeting qualifying criteria, the Masters Level CBCP exam will be administered at the close of instruction on day 5 of each seminar. You must obtain a separate Masters Level CBCP application by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447 5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
W. DAN TURNER, Ph.D., P.E., is currently president of Vision Building Energy Efficiency. In 1985 he founded the Energy Systems Lab at Texas A&M University, where he also co-founded the Continuous Commissioning process, which is currently implemented in over 500 buildings worldwide, resulting in excess of $150 million in ongoing energy savings. Dr. Turner is considered a pioneer in the field of building energy efficiency and has published widely on this topic in trade journals and other professional publications.

Note:Registering for the five-day seminar does SONG DENG, P.E., C.B.C.P., R.E.P., C.M.V.P., for- not automatically register you for the Masters merly served as an associate director of the Ener- Level CBCP exam. An additional fee of $300 is gy Systems Lab at Texas A&M University, where required for certification application and exam. he managed a team of 25 energy professionals FEES (seminar only) conducting retro-commissioning programs with a Regular Fee: $1995 total annual budget of over $8 million. He was also AEE Member Fee: $1795† program director for a comprehensive project on Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1795 the Texas A&M campus for which cumulative savTeam Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant† ings exceeded $70 million over 15 years. As a †Refer to the inside back cover for details on how leading expert, he consults and lectures widely in to qualify for member rates and team discounts. the area of building commissioning. AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 19

FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHTING EFFICIENCY
A Preparatory Course for the CLEP Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Las Vegas, NV / June 17-19, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com Washington, DC / September 23-25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Fundamentals of Light & Lighting Electrical Basics & Power Quality Environmental Concerns & Regulations Building Energy Codes Utility & ESCO Programs & Incentives Lighting Economics: Basics Lighting Economics: Problems & Solutions

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This program is designed to provide a preparatory vehicle for professionals who wish to take the Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional (CLEP) examination, as well an excellent broad-based instructional program for those who want to “brush up on the basics” of efficient lighting design, upgrade, and application. For the convenience of the exam candidates, the CLEP exam will be administered on the final day of instruction at the same location. For more information on the CLEP program, contact the Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

Lighting Quality Improving Lighting Systems Qualifying Projects for the EPACT ’05 Commercial Tax Deduction Lamps & Light Sources Ballasts Luminaires & Fixtures

Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CLEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

Lighting Evaluation & Audits Lighting Controls

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
JOHN FETTERS, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., C.E.A., is a lighting efficiency consultant and owner of Effective Lighting Solutions, Inc., Columbus, OH. A senior member of AEE, he chairs the Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional (CLEP) board. He is a member of IESNA, for which he serves on the IES VELSD Committee and is an advisory member of the Industrial Lighting Committee. T. KENNETH SPAIN, P.E., C.E.M., C.L.E.P., LEED AP, is an energy analyst with three decades of experience in applied energy management and engineering. He is an on-call research scientist at the University of Alabama, Huntsville, following 25 years of service managing energy efficiency programs and conducting training programs to help government, institutional, industrial, and commercial clients identify cost-effective energy strategies for their facilities.

Maintaining Lighting Systems Lighting Calculations Workshop

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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LIGHTING SKILLS UPDATE FOR ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
TWO-DAY SEMINAR — 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH

LOCATIONS & DATES
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-5, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com Anaheim, CA / September 16-17, 2013 Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort: (877) 270-1393

SEMINAR OUTLINE Condensed Lighting 101 Lamp & Ballast Quantity and Type Minimization Lamp and Ballast Disposal Incandescent Fluorescent
• Workhorse fluorescent lamps and ballasts • Disadvantages of dimming ballasts • Fluorescent lamps and ballasts to avoid

HID LED
• Performance and pricing trends • Upcoming AC LEDs

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This information-packed seminar will start with a brief “lighting 101” review, and then progress though all of the most relevant, up-to-theminute lighting topics about which today’s energy professionals must be informed and prepared to utilize. Interior applications covered include offices, schools, gyms, industrial facilities, and warehouses. Exterior applications include garages, parking lots, streetlights, and other common outdoor lighting. In addition to fluorescent and LED, ceramic metal halide, induction, plasma and wired and wireless controls will be discussed. An examination of the challenges associated with balancing yesterday’s lighting — still widely in use — with a transition to the best lighting products and control systems available today, and tomorrow’s lighting and controls, will also be an important part of this seminar.

Induction: Why Avoid Human Centric Lighting Retrofit Without Upgrade Is Wasted Opportunity Rebates Codes EPACT Tax Deductions Controls: Manual, Automatic, Wired, Wireless Financial Tools Interior
• Office lighting • School lighting • Retail • Industrial/warehouse

Exterior
• Streetlights • Parking lots • Garages • General • Controls

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
STAN WALERCZYK, L.C., C.L.E.P., principal of Lighting Wizards, Inc., brings to this program a wealth of expertise in lighting design and application, with more than 20 years of experience involving hundreds of projects in areas including design, turnkey retrofit, distribution, maintenance, consulting, and third party review. He is a consultant for California’s Title 20 Appliance Standard, and Federal EPACT Standards which mandate efficiency standards for lighting products, and has also been assisting on DOE research on spectrally enhanced lighting. He has presented numerous seminars on lighting topics, and has written widely in the field.

Tools to Get Best Specifications and Prices on Retrofits

FEES
Regular Fee: $1350 AEE Member Fee: $1250† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1250 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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SKILLS UPDATE FOR CERTIFIED ENERGY MANAGERS
An Advanced Program for CEMs
TWO-DAY SEMINAR — 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH

LOCATION & DATE
Washington, DC / September 23-24, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE Note: For a more complete, updated outline for this program when available, please visit: www.aeecenter.org/skillsupdate Global Energy and Environmental Trends Information on New Programs • ISO 50001 — What it is, Steps to Implement & Certify • Superior Energy Performance Program Update on Lighting Systems Update Waste to Energy Systems Presentation Best Practices (Interactive) Advanced Electrical Systems Analysis Reactive Power Power Factor Power Factor Correction Power Quality Harmonics & Harmonic Correction Air Conditioning System Improvements Advanced Air Conditioning Cycles Magnetic Bearing Chillers Variable Refrigerant Volume Systems

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This seminar is intended either for professionals who already have the CEM credential or for those individuals whose CEM certification has lapsed and who wish to have their credentials reinstated. The presentation has been designed as a followup for the Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers offered by AEE, and is presented by the same instructors as that program. The presentation addresses several advanced topics, going beyond what was covered in the basic course, or that are new since the materials for the original seminar were developed. By completing this two-day course, you will earn 1.6 CEU, which is equal to 3.2 credits toward recertification. A total of 10 credits must be accumulated over a three-year period to maintain CEM certification.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
ERIC WOODROOF, Ph.D., is widely recognized both nationally and internationally as a strategic advisor, corporate trainer, and keynote speaker in the energy management and renewable energy field, and has helped over 400 organizations and governments improve profits with energy-environmental solutions. Dr. Woodroof is Chairman of AEE’s Carbon Reduction Manager (CRM) program certification board, and board member for AEE’s Cer-tified Energy Manager (CEM) program since 1999. He is founder of ProfitableGreen Solutions. com. BARNEY L. CAPEHART, Ph.D., C.E.M., is a professor emeritus of industrial and systems engineering at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He has broad experience in the commercial/industrial sector, having served as director of the University of Florida Industrial Assessment Center from 1990 to 1999. He has personally conducted over 100 audits of industrial facilities and has assisted in audits of hundreds of office buildings and other non-industrial facilities. He has taught a wide variety of courses and seminars on energy-related topics, and has published widely in the energy field. 22 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS

FEES
Regular Fee: $1350 AEE Member Fee: $1250† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1250 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

COMPREHENSIVE 5-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR BUSINESS ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
A Preparatory Course for the BEP Certification Exam
FIVE-DAY SEMINAR — 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATIONS & DATES
Sacramento, CA / April 29-May 3, 2013 DoubleTree by Hilton Sacramento: (916) 929-8855 Washington, DC / September 23-27, 2013 Seminar venue to be announced. Visit www.aeeprograms.com/seminars and search for seminar name. Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Introduction / What is BEP? Energy Situation Why Energy Management? Energy Auditing (Non-Technical) Codes & Standards Overview Energy Fundamentals Rate Schedules Fuels Procurement • Gas • Electricity • Fuel oil & coal • Point of use cost • Contingency planning • Financials • Hybrid fuel systems Economic Analysis • Payback • Time value of money • Present worth • Internal rate of return • After-tax cash flows • MACRS (Maximum Accelerated Cost Recovery Scheme) • Software • Alternative financing • Measurement & verification • Metering & submetering • Cost center metering, reporting, & budgeting IT for Energy Management Commissioning • What to expect / what to commission Retro-commissioning Realtime commissioning (MMS) Review Electricity Systems • HVAC (chillers, split, RTU, VAV, etc.) • Lighting • Electric motors • Compressed air systems • Power quality (non-technical) Gas, Fuel, Oil, Coal • Combustion processes • Furnaces (heat treating, drying, etc.) • Boilers • Gas/diesel engines • Coal & fuel oil Review

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
As a perfect complement to the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification for energy engineers, AEE’s Business Energy Professional (BEP) program is designed to recognize the expertise and achievements of the business marketing and non-technical energy manager. This comprehensive, detailed instructional program is structured both to expand your knowledge in the field and to prepare you to take the BEP examination. Emphasis is placed on understanding how energy efficiency opportunities impact the “bottom line,” and how to better communicate in non-technical terms the viability of cost-saving opportunities. Beginning at 11:00 am on Day 5, the BEP exam will be administered to those seminar participants who have applied and preregistered for the exam in advance. To receive your BEP application form, or for further information on the BEP program, contact the Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the five-day seminar program does not automatically register you for the BEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
MARK R. ROCHE, C.E.M., C.E.P,. B.E.P., C.I.A.Q.P., has more than 25 years’ experience in power generation, energy delivery, energy management, utility marketing, and customer service. He has developed and presented a number of instructional programs on energy management and also serves as a core instructor for AEE’s BEP program. He is the current chair of the BEP board, and is a member of the CEM board. RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.L.E.P., is president of Acela Energy Group, an energy consulting group specializing in energy procurement and load management, as well as energy conservation training and auditing. Mr. Costello brings to this program broad experience in the fields of energy conservation, load management, utility services, and negotiations/agreements related to power, natural gas, and tariffs.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1995 AEE Member Fee: $1795† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1795 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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BASICS OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION AND ONSITE CHP
A Preparatory Course for the DGCP Certification Exam
TWO-DAY SEMINAR — 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Introduction to Distributed Generation (DG) and Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Distributed Generation & CHP Technologies • Reciprocating engines • Spark-ignited • Self-ignited • Combustion gas turbines • Microturbines • Steam turbines • Fuel cells • Solar photovoltaic cells • Wind energy conversion systems • Energy storage systems • Electric generators Energy & Thermal Basics of Distributed Generation & CHP Technologies • Energy, heat, & work • First & second laws of thermodynamics • Power cycles • Simple, topping, bottoming, combined, cogeneration • Carnot cycle & Carnot efficiency • Need for power & heat • Prime movers & simple cycles • Otto, Diesel, Rankine, and Brayton cycles • Properties of steam • Enthalpy & entropy • Steam turbine expansion • Mollier chart analysis Power Cycle Performance Measures for Distributed Generation & CHP Technologies • Power cycle performance measures • Thermal efficiency • Higher heating value of fuel • Lower heating value of fuel • Heat rate & fuel rate • Fuel credit & fuel credit value • Net fuel rate • Energy chargeable to power • Fuel chargeable to power • Cost chargeable to power • Relationship of ECP, FCP, & CCP • Total & life cycle CCP • Examples Economic & Life Cycle Cost Analysis for Distributed Generation & CHP Systems PURPA & FERC Rules of QFs & SPPs Summary & Applications of Distributed Generation & CHP Technologies Regulatory & Permitting Systems Issues for Distributed Generation & CHP Systems • Utility interface issues • Utility interconnections • IEEE 929-2000 & UL 1741 • IEEE 1547 • Net metering • Air emission permitting Distributed Generation & CHP Project Management • Analyzing facility energy needs • Selection of DG & CHP technologies • Screening of technologies • Addressing potential barriers • Acquiring DG & CHP resources

LOCATIONS & DATES
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-5, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com Washington, DC / September 23-24, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This course will cover all of the technical, legal, and economic aspects of onsite generation and CHP systems, including renewable energy and distributed generation concepts. It is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to analyze, and economically evaluate all types of onsite generation systems. The seminar also serves as a preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Distributed Generation Certified Professional (DGCP) program. The DGCP exam will be administered on the day following the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the exam, you must obtain a DGCP application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the two-day seminar does not automatically register you for the DGCP exam. An additional fee of $300 is require for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
BRUCE COLBURN, Ph.D., is currently COO for EPS Capital Corp. His expertise includes energy analysis, field data acquisition, automated building control systems, and design of mechanical and electrical retrofit work. His project work has included the full spectrum of commercial, industrial, institutional, and military/government facilities. Dr. Colburn has lectured at numerous energy training programs and is a widely published author in the field.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1350 AEE Member Fee: $1250† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1250 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF BUYING & SELLING ENERGY
A Preparatory Course for the CEP Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE

SEMINAR OUTLINE LOCATIONS & DATES
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-6, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com Dallas, TX / May 13-15, 2013 Renaissance Dallas Hotel: (214) 631-2222 Washington, DC / September 23-25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

Legislation, Regulation, & Energy Outlook The Structure of the Electric Utility Industry Purchasing Electricity Under the New Rules
• Information gathering • Aggregation • Creating the RFP • Selecting a power marketer, broker, or aggregator • Evaluating bids • Negotiating contracts • Contract adherence

The Structure of the Natural Gas Industry Purchasing Natural Gas Under the New Rules
• Information gathering • Aggregation • Creating the RFP • Selecting a gas marketer, broker, or aggregator • Evaluating bids • Negotiating contracts • Contract adherence

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This comprehensive three-day instructional program has been designed to provide the specific training and background information needed by professionals preparing to sit for the Certified Energy Procurement (CEP) Professional examination. The program covers the full spectrum of topics essential to the energy procurement process, covering both electricity and natural gas from both a purchasing/procurement and a selling/marketing perspective. The CEP exam will be administered on the final day of instruction. In order to sit for the exam, it is necessary to obtain your separate CEP application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

Metering, Load Profiling, & Realtime Pricing Energy Trading & Risk Management
• NYMEX, definitions • Futures, options, & derivatives • Hedging • Risk management • Portfolio management

Fundamentals of Gas & Electric Marketing
• Producer/generator, transporter, & distributor • LDC tariffs • Answering RFPs • Customer relations • Account management

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Each course will be conducted by a team of two of the following energy procurement experts:

Energy Cost Avoidance Strategies RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., president of Acela Energy Group, is a highly Note: Registering for the three-day seminar regarded expert on procurement and participat- does not automatically register you for the ed in the development of AEE’s CEP program. CEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is reSTEPHEN J. MURPHY, P.E., has extensive expe- quired for certification application and exam. rience in electric transmission and distribution operations, and supply and demand-side resources. FEES (seminar only) JOHN SNELL specializes in development of risk management structures for investor-owned and public utilities, as well as industrial energy users. DAN CONRATH is an expert in the use of software and data analysis for risk management.
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF POWER QUALITY
A Preparatory Course for the CPQ Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Introduction to “Power Quality” • Review of industry standards • Importance of power quality and reliability Repetitive Power System Interactions • Types of interactions in “cyclical” AC systems • Power factor and harmonics interactions as repetitive disturbances Power Conditioning Technologies • Assessing the need for “power conditioning” • Matching the problem to the sensitivity of the equipment • Use of the ITIC curve to evaluate load sensitivity Electrical Monitoring Objectives (IEEC #1159) • Predictive analysis and trend reporting • Evaluating reliability data Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Noise Control • Use of grounding to control electrical noise • Protecting signal systems from “ground loops” • The “equipotential” system of referencing Lightning and Switching Surge Fundamentals • Surges from lightning • Surges from inductive/capacitive coupling of high-speed impulses • Protecting power and signal pathways • Transient protection for digital logic systems Harmonic Interference on the Power System • The growing problem of harmonics • Solving existing problems • Practicing mitigation “before the fact” Facility System Case Studies

LOCATION & DATE
Washington, DC / September 23-25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This comprehensive program is structured to provide the specific training and background information needed by professionals preparing to sit for the Certified Power Quality (CPQ) examination. Whether you aspire to be a knowledgeable buyer of energy, a provider of reliability services, or an energy professional working with new types of energy contracts, you will benefit enormously by establishing your status as a qualified and certified power quality expert. The CPQ exam will be administered at the seminar site in conjunction with instruction. In order to sit for the exam, you must obtain your separate CPQ application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification
Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CPQ exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
JOHN H. WAGGONER currently serves as director of power quality programs for TEGG Corporation, a firm specializing in providing electrical preventive maintenance and power quality services to electrical contractors. DANIEL D. DULL has a broad range of experience assisting commercial and industrial clients in reducing operating losses by managing electrical power problems. He is currently responsible for coordinating power quality investigations for Dayton Power & Light.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

Equipment Design and Specification Recommendations • Practical guidelines • Installation and maintenance considerations

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FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION
A Preparatory Course for the BESA Certification Exam
THREE-DAY SEMINAR — 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

SEMINAR OUTLINE LOCATION & DATE
Washington, DC / September 23-25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

Introduction to Building Energy Modeling
• Defining project objectives • Gathering data • Specifying baseline building • Developing project alternatives with design team • Constructing models • Evaluating model results • Communicating analysis results • Implementing the project

Building Energy Simulation Using Software, Inputs, Results Interpretation and Validation

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This three-day instructional program has been designed to provide the specific training and background needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Building Energy Simulation Analyst (BESA) certification examination. Attendees will gain a clear, in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of computerized building energy modeling, and will also have the opportunity for hands-on building simulation experience during the seminar. The latest developments in simulation software will be covered in detail. In order to apply for certification and qualify to sit for the exam, you must obtain a separate BESA application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification

Walk-Through of an Example Energy Simulation Process Using eQUEST Simulation Software
• Develop title/purpose/scope • Strategizing to create a baseline model • Building the energy model • Comparing results to existing utility bills • Interpreting simulation results • Hand calculations, compare results to rules of thumb, etc. • Analyzing and proposing improvements and packages of ECMs • Performing economic analysis: utility rates, life cycle costs, and payback analysis

Advanced Building Energy Simulation
• Course wrap-up and test preparation • Differences between energy estimating methods • Software tool demonstrations • Inverse modeling techniques • Extracting valuable information from utility bills • STEM (Short-Term-Energy-Monitoring), blink test techniques • Emerging technologies
Seminar attendees should bring laptop computers to this seminar, and should download prior to the course date the latest free eQUEST simulation software available at doe2.com/equest for use during instruction.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
CHRIS BALBACH, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., B.E.M.P., LEED AP, brings to this seminar extensive expertise in building simulation and energy modeling, with a focus on existing buildings. He has a passionate belief that energy simulation tools, when properly wielded, often represent the best available technology for accurately estimating potential for energy savings in buildings. He combines his field experience as an HVAC/R design engineer, background in simulation software development, and understanding of monetizing energy savings through appropriate M&V techniques to present a vision for transforming energy use in buildings. He is a member of IBPSA, AEE, and ASHRAE, and serves as programs committee chair of ASHRAE TC4.7 (Energy Calculations).

Note: Registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the BESA exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1450 AEE Member Fee: $1350† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1350 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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SUPERIOR ENERGY PERFORMANCE: CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER IN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
FOUR-DAY SEMINAR — 4.0 CEU CEU FOR THIS PROGRAM AWARDED BY GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
BILL MEFFERT, P.E., manages the Energy and Sustainability Services group for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. He is also a U.S. technical expert for development of ISO 50001, and is currently assisting the U.S. DOE with the development of the Superior Energy Performance program. JESSICA BROWN is a project manager for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. She provides energy assessments, implementation, and coaching to companies pursuing ISO 14001. DEANN DESAI is a project manager for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. She provides implementation assistance and training to companies pursuing ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. ED HARDISON is a project manager for Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute, and provides management and technical assistance to existing and developing industry in areas including plant layouts, quality, ventilation, energy, environmental, thermodynamics, and general mechanical engineering.

LOCATIONS & DATES
Philadelphia, PA / March 4-7, 2013 Seminar held at Pennsylvania Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.globalconevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with Globalcon 2013. Visit www.globalconevent.com Las Vegas, NV / June 17-20, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com Washington, DC / September 23-26, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energycongress.com/hotels Held in conjunction with WEEC 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
DAY ONE Introduction to the CPEnMS Program Energy Review Part I: Energy Analysis Energy Review Part II: Opportunities Energy Review Part III: Significant Energy Uses Energy Review Part IV: Relevant Variables Energy Review Part V: General DAY TWO EnPI, Baselines and Energy Performance Objectives, Targets and Action Plans M&V Protocol Part I M&V Protocol Part II DAY THREE Procurement and Design Operational Control Monitoring, Measuring and Analysis DAY FOUR Scorecard Internal Audit Program Energy Performance CAPA
The CP EnMS certification examination will be administered by the Institute for Energy Management Professionals (IEnMP) to pre-registered exam applicants on the morning following the seminar.

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This live 4-day training seminar is designed to prepare you to become a Certified Practitioner for Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS), and to effectively complete the required CP EnMS exam which is administered by the IEnMP. As a course participant you will gain a clear understanding of the requirements of the Superior Energy Performance initiative, including implementing ISO 50001 for energy management systems and documenting a facility’s energy performance improvements. In addition, you’ll get the facts you need to understand the SEP M&V protocol for industry, along with how to develop relevant energy performance indicators and calculate energy performance improvement. A team of professionals from the AEE and the Georgia Tech Research Corporation were selected by the U.S. DOE’s Advanced Manufacturing Office, and granted licenses to train Certified Practitioners in Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS). For information on eligibility requirements for the CP EnMS certification, visit: www.ienmp.com/certification

REQUIRED ONLINE PRE-COURSES
The online pre-courses listed below must be completed before attending this 4-day seminar: Introduction to ISO 50001 Introduction to Superior Energy Performance (SEP) Case Study These courses and registration for them are provided by Georgia Tech. For more details and to register online for these courses, visit: www.pe.gatech.edu/required-cpenms

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1895 AEE Member Fee: $1695† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1695 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

IMPORTANT: Exam application, registration, and start times are provided by IEnMP. You must visit www.ienmp.com/getcertified and click on APPLY NOW at least 30 days in advance of the exam date and apply to take the exam.
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to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

TRAINING FOR BUILDING TECHNICIANS: ENERGY EFFICIENCY & SUSTAINABILITY
A Preparatory Course for the BEST Certification Exam
FOUR-DAY SEMINAR — 2.8 CEU / 28 PDH USGBC/GBCI/CMP APPROVED COURSE AIA LEARNING UNITS ELIGIBLE COURSE

LOCATION & DATE
Las Vegas, NV / June 17-20, 2013 Seminar held at Las Vegas Convention Center. For hotel information, visit: www.energyevent.com/hotels Held in conjunction with 2013 EMC West. Visit www.energyevent.com

SEMINAR OUTLINE
Introduction and Class Overview Building Utilities, Rate Structures, and Related Savings Opportunities Financial Considerations for Equipment Purchases
• Simple payback calculations

Energy Audits and Instrumentation Lighting: Interior and Exterior

ABOUT THE SEMINAR
This course is designed to provide building operators, maintenance personnel, and technicians working in commercial buildings with the necessary training needed to achieve sustainable, energy-efficient high performance buildings, while meeting all applicable building codes and standards. The program also serves as a preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Building Energy Sustainability Technician (BEST) professional certification exam. Instruction will cover best practices for improving energy efficiency through enhanced operations and maintenance, assessing each specific area of building systems and operational practices. Energy measurements and instrumentation for determining energy consumption will also be examined. The BEST exam will be administered at the close of instruction on day 4 of each seminar. You must obtain a separate BEST application package by contacting AEE’s Certification Administrator at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 318, or visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification Note: Registering for the four-day seminar does not automatically register you for the BEST exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for certification application and exam.

• Basics • Technology changes–phaseout of old technologies

Large Office/Room Energy Savings
• Thermostats • Pros/cons of fully automated solution • Low-cost solutions

Savings Opportunities in Kitchens HVAC Systems
• System types and thermal zoning • Building HVAC operating schedules and setpoints • HVAC equipment sizing, efficiency and fan power • Controls and other energy efficiency options

Service Water Heating System Building Heat Transfer Refrigeration Equipment and Systems Building Automation Systems for Energy Management Mechanical Systems: Motors Compressed Air Systems Energy Savings in Offices and Function Rooms Maintenance Opportunities and Scheduling Sustainability
• Properties of sustainable buildings • Building rating systems (LEED and ENERGY STAR)

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
SCOTT DUNNING, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., is a professor and director of the University of Maine School of Engineering Technology. As founding director of the university’s Industrial Assessment Center, he has led over 200 industrial assessments of facilities throughout New England. He currently performs commercial audits for the Efficiency Maine Trust. Dr. Dunning is recognized as a national expert in energy efficiency, and has lectured and written widely in the field. He is a senior member IEEE, a commissioner for the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., and past chairman of the Engineering Technology Division of the American Society for Engineering Education.

Cogeneration
• Distributed and renewable generation • Benefits and barriers to cogeneration

FEES (seminar only)
Regular Fee: $1895 AEE Member Fee: $1695† Government & Nonprofit Fee: $1695 Team Discount: Deduct $100 per Registrant†
†Refer

to the inside back cover for details on how to qualify for member rates and team discounts.

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AEE IN-HOUSE SEMINAR PROGRAMS
Most of the live seminar programs described in this catalog can also be arranged to be instructed on an in-house basis at your facility. Simply call the number below for further information or to arrange a program for your organization.

ADVANTAGES OF IN-HOUSE TRAINING
Most companies realize the importance of keeping key personnel up to speed on the latest developments in the energy field which impact their decisions. However, having an entire team exposed to the same body of instruction at the same time has the added benefit of motivating everyone to work together to accomplish specific goals. In-house programs have a proven track record of promoting cooperation, involvement, and results-oriented attitudes. In addition, by having a seminar conducted in-house, you can work with the course instructor to assure greatest emphasis on those areas most relevant to your operations and goals. Questions can often be answered in greater detail than is possible in a seminar whose participants come from many companies.

COST ADVANTAGE
You can train up to 20 members of your staff for one flat fee (or a specified fee for each additional student up to 65) — AND you won’t have to pay your employees’ travel costs, nor lose their valuable work time before and after the seminar. The following fee schedule is applicable for most programs:
NUMBER OF TWO-DAY SEMINAR PROGRAM ATTENDEES PROGRAM Up to 20 students Additional students $19,500 flat fee* FIVE-DAY FOUR-DAY THREE-DAY TWO-DAY CERTIFICATION CERTIFICATION CERTIFICATION CERTIFICATION PROGRAM*** PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM $21,500 flat fee* $25,500 flat fee* Add $1150 per student $27,500 flat fee* Add $1250 per student $29,500 flat fee* Add $1250 per student

Add $950 Add $850 per student per student

*Plus in-house seminar client pays for instructor travel, lodging, and meal expenses. Base fee for certification training courses includes certification application fee for some certification programs; however, the certification application fee will be an additional cost for the BEST and Sustainable Technician certification programs, as well as for customized training programs.. Individuals must obtain, complete, and return certification applications to AEE certification department in advance in order to sit for exam (if applicable). A half day of instruction given on final day of a course followed by a certification exam shall be considered a full day and will be priced accordingly. Pricing is subject to change without notice. Contact AEE in-house seminar department for further details or for a detailed quote.

If a course is highly customized to meet your organization’s needs, or must be extended in scope, your fee may need to be adjusted. The In-House Seminar Coordinator can provide you with a specific quotation. All arrangements with the instructor are handled by the In-House Seminar Coordinator. Your organization is responsible for providing a suitable location for instruction and for furnishing audiovisual equipment as specified by the instructor. AEE will provide each seminar participant with a course workbook.

TO ARRANGE AN IN-HOUSE SEMINAR, CONTACT:
Ginger Hurmence / (770) 279-4385 / ginger@aeecenter.org Jennifer Geho / (770) 279-4391 / jenn@aeecenter.org AEE In-House Seminars / P.O. Box 1026 / Lilburn, GA 30048
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AEE ONLINE & SELF-STUDY SEMINARS
Get the training and CEU credit you need—without ever leaving your office!

AEE now offers three types of home- or office-based professional training, including both synchronous (realtime) and asynchronous (24-seven) web-based seminars, as well as self-study instructor-facilitated programs.

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING
Participate in realtime anywhere you have access to the internet and a telephone. Hear you instructor speak over the phone while watching his/her visual presentation directly on your computer screen. Ask questions and get immediate live answers.

24-SEVEN ONLINE TRAINING
Access your course material online 24 hours a day for up to 30 days — then take your exam online when you are ready, and print your own Certificate of Completion.

SELF-STUDY TRAINING
Enjoy the convenience of self-study professional continuing education courses in a home-study format, using a printed course instruction book with test questions you can complete and submit for scoring and CEU/PDH credit. Contact your course instructor as needed via email.

Realtime Distance Learning Seminars
Distance learning delivers a truly “live” dynamic workshop directly to your home or office. When you log into one of our virtual classrooms, you will both hear and see the instructor’s presentation in real time. All that’s required to participate is access to both the internet and a telephone. Continuing education credit, whether earned via online training or by attending an AEE live seminar, can be applied toward training requirements for maintaining AEE professional certifications, as well as professional development training for P.E. license renewal as required by many states. As a nonprofit society, AEE is automatically approved as a continuing education provider in most U.S. states. You should always verify any provider’s status with your own state board. The realtime distance learning seminars listed on these pages which follow include programs available as of this printing. Additional new courses are frequently added during the year, and information on these programs may be found by visiting the AEE website (see link below). NOTE: Your paid registration covers a single audio and video connection for your own use only in participating in the seminar for which you have registered and may not be shared with other users. For more information about AEE realtime distance learning, additional programs not listed here, or to register for a course, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.2 CEU / 12 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible / USGBC Approved

FAST TRACK CEM PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ENERGY MANAGERS ONLINE
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/FastTrackCEM Designed to provide the specific training and background needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) exam, this course reviews the technical, economic, and regulatory aspects of effective energy management, as well as the basics of energy efficiency improvement as it relates to electrical, utility, building and combustion systems, including the essentials of performing an energy audit. Designed for engineers with a minimum of three years’ experience in energy efficiency, this program covers the full scope of subjects addressed on the CEM examination, including problem-solving techniques for typical exam problems. (Six 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Clint D. Christenson FEES: $1095 regular / $995 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.2 CEU / 12 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

FAST TRACK BEP CERTIFICATION TRAINING COURSE FOR BUSINESS ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/BEPprep This focused, fast-paced instructional program is designed both to expand your knowledge in the field and to serve as a preparatory vehicle for the exam required to achieve AEE’s BEP certification. The program places emphasis on understanding how effective energy management planning and implementation impact the “bottom line.” You’ll get up to speed on how new technologies and policy changes will impact your energy management decisions, as well as how better to communicate in non-technical terms the viability of energy cost-saving strategies. Completion of this seminar also fills the training requirement for BEP candidates. (Six 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Mark Roche FEES: $1095 regular / $995 AEE member, government, & nonprofit 32 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.2 CEU / 12 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

CERTIFIED ENERGY AUDITOR (CEA) PREPARATORY TRAINING PROGRAM
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/CEAprep This program is designed to provide the specific training and background needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) exam. The course agenda covers all aspects of facility energy auditing, including pre-audit work, data collection procedures, equipment familiarization and utility analysis. End-use equipment and systems are discussed in detail with the primary focus being on identifying energy conservation opportunities and project prioritization using economic analyses. Water conservation and auditing methods are also addressed. Completion of this seminar fills the training requirement for CEA candidates. (Six 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Terry Niehus FEES: $1095 regular / $995 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.5 CEU / 5 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

ENERGY AUDITING FUNDAMENTALS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/EnergyAuditing This seminar covers all of the fundamental components of a complete, effective energy audit. Covered topics include who should be involved, data gathering and forensic detective techniques, and survey/monitoring tools. You’ll learn the best approaches to analysis of the audit data and pinpointing potential savings opportunities, as well as what software tools are available to assist you. You’ll gain a clear understanding of how to put together an effective audit report, so that the resulting information may be most effectively used and understood. (Two 21/2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Frederic S. Goldner FEES: $595 regular / $545 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

CONVERTING ENERGY AUDITS TO BUSINESS PLANS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/EABP This seminar is designed to address both the need for, and the best strategies for, developing effective business plans which can realize potential cost savings identified through energy audits. The program will review the theory, logistics, and format for developing a business plan to enhance the traditional energy audit. Attendees will gain insight about preparation for an energy audit, as well as strategies and tactics for follow-up. The goal is for participants to achieve the understanding needed to develop a sound business plan which explains “where we are now,” “where we want to go,” and “how we want to get there.” (One 2-hour live online session.) INSTRUCTOR: Christopher Russell FEES: $295 regular / $245 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.6 CEU / 6 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

LIFE CYCLE COSTING FOR ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/LCC This course will provide the energy professional with knowledge and practical tools needed to identify cost-effective energy conservation and demand-side management measures. The course goes beyond simple payback analysis, helping you to understand, as well as calculate important energy investment parameters, such as net present value, rate of return and return on investment. You’ll gain a better understanding of why an energy conservation measure, which may have a seemingly “long” payback period may be, in fact, a good energy conservation investment, potentially returning dollar savings more than two or three times the initial investment. (Three 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Barry Benator FEES: $695 regular / $645 AEE member, government, & nonprofit AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING 33

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

CERTIFIED RENEWABLE ENERGY PROFESSIONAL (REP) PREPARATORY TRAINING PROGRAM
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/REPprep This online program is designed to provide the specific training needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Renewable Energy Professional (REP) certification exam. The course provides an in-depth overview of alternative energy sources, application technologies, renewable energy project goal setting, and implementation strategies. Topics include wind power systems, solar thermal heating, and photovoltaic generation, geothermal heating and electrical production, bio-fuels, waste-to-energy systems, energy storage, fuel cells, and hydroelectric power. Financing options and incentives are also considered. (Four 21/2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTORS: Stephen A. Roosa, Ph.D., and John Whitney FEES: $995 regular / $895 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.2 CEU / 12 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

FAST TRACK CRM PREPARATORY COURSE FOR CARBON & GHG REDUCTION MANAGERS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/CRMprep This web-based course is designed to serve as your fast-paced study guide to becoming a certified Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager, a credential now awarded by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) to qualified professionals in this important new area of expertise. The course agenda also includes updates on topics of current importance to all individuals involved in the management of carbon emissions. The seminar will showcase the proven techniques to identify opportunities and implement a carbon reduction program aligned with the Kyoto Protocol and the guidelines published by WRI, ISO, and WBCSD. (Four 21/2-hour and one 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Eric Woodroof, Ph.D. FEES: $1095 regular / $995 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

FUNDAMENTALS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CSDP PREPARATORY COURSE ONLINE
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/CSDPprep This seminar is designed to provide the specific training and background needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Certified Sustainable Development Professional (CSDP®) exam. Here’s your opportunity to take part in a focused, fastpaced program, designed to expand your knowledge in the field, and which addresses topics of current importance to all individuals involved in all types of sustainable development projects. Emphasis is on understanding how the many diverse elements of “green” design, sustainable technologies, and related cost implications can truly result in a well defined and manageable sustainable development plan. (Four 21/2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Stephen A. Roosa, Ph.D. FEES: $995 regular / $895 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.6 CEU / 6 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

DEVELOPING AN ENERGY MANAGEMENT MASTER PLAN
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/emp This course is designed to provide energy managers, senior corporate management, engineers, plant managers, and those who service the energy needs of an organization with the tools to design and implement a successful energy management and cost control program. The instructor will show you how to put in place a master plan which moves beyond the confines of traditional engineering to include energy procurement, energy-related equipment purchasing, M&V, staffing and training, communications, and setting energy consumption targets and tracking/feedback loop systems. (Three 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Frederic S. Goldner FEES: $695 regular / $645 AEE member, government, & nonprofit 34 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

DESIGNING & MAINTAINING AN ENERGY MANAGER POSITION
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/DesigningEM This seminar serves individuals who aspire to the energy manager position, as well as top decision makers who need clarity for implementing the position. The agenda serves as a checklist for designing, developing, implementing, and sustaining an energy manager position in the context of broader organizational functions. Discussions reveal the necessary skill sets, performance metrics, and organizational adjustments that provide an energy manager with durable success. (One 2-hour live online session.) INSTRUCTOR: Christopher Russell FEES: $295 regular / $245 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

ENERGY COST REDUCTION
Using Six Sigma, Kaizen, 5 S, Lean Manufacturing, & Behavioral Energy Change
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/EnergyCostReduction Organizations are increasingly realizing the power of applying systematic improvement and cultural programs for energy reduction. The goal of this training course is to provide you with an understanding of the basics of each of these programs, as well as to show you how to employ its specific methods — either in part or in total — for sustainable and increasing energy savings. You will leave the seminar with specific tools you need to start using your new knowledge, including real-world project examples and results. (Two 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Kevin Vidmar FEES: $495 regular / $445 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH

UNDERSTANDING, MAKING & USING ENERGY METRICS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/EnergyMetrics This seminar will provide you with understanding of how to properly measure energy use and energy management program progress. It will discuss simple to very complex energy metric systems, providing real world examples of successfully employed energy metric programs. The instructor will show you how to define and simplify the inputs and outputs of each individual metric. You will also see clear illustrations of what the energy data itself can tell if it is organized and analyzed correctly. You will leave this course with a much clearer understanding of how to organize, and analyze energy data, and how to optimally use energy metric systems that make true sense for your organization. (Two 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Kevin Vidmar FEES: $495 regular / $445 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

JUSTIFYING ENERGY EFFICENCY AS A BUSINESS INVESTMENT
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/JustifyingEfficiency This course is a “return-to-basics” discussion of key metrics for energy projects such as return on investment, discount rates (as applied to future cash flows), and internal rate of return. It also brings new clarity to the true business value of either accepting or rejecting any energy improvement proposal. By understanding the meaning and role of these metrics, project managers will be better prepared to justify proposals not only for their stand-alone merit, but also for their value relative to the mix of investment risks and opportunities available to the business as a whole. (One 2-hour live online session.) INSTRUCTOR: Christopher Russell FEES: $295 regular / $245 AEE member, government, & nonprofit AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING 35

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 1.2 CEU / 12 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHTING EFFICIENCY
Preparatory Course for CLEP Certification
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/lighting This program is designed to provide comprehensive professional training in the design and application of energy-effective lighting systems. Topics include: use of energy audits to evaluate lighting systems; achieving both energy efficiency and high lighting quality; calculating proper light levels; effective lighting control strategies; calculating and documenting energy savings; assuring compliance with building codes; implementing effective lighting maintenance practices; reviewing the environmental impacts of lighting projects, and much more. (Six 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTORS: John Fetters and Kenneth Spain FEES: $1095 regular / $945 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

ADVANCED LIGHTING RETROFIT OPTIONS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/AdvancedLighting Many new lighting products have come to market in the past few years and several trends are converging to open up significant new energy savings opportunities. The full scope of these new trends and technology options, including fixture retrofits, controls, and more, will be explored in-depth in this program presented by two recognized retrofit lighting experts. Case histories, best practices, and mistakes to avoid will be discussed. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTORS: Stan Walerczyk and John Fetters FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH

LIGHTING RETROFIT WITHOUT UPGRADE EQUALS WASTED OPPORTUNITY
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/LightingRetrofits This seminar is designed to examine the benefits of presenting lighting retrofit clients and project managers with the opportunity to include affordable upgrade options as a part of the retrofit process. Retrofits can significantly reduce electrical bills and maintenance costs, but if upgrades are not at least discussed, it can be an important wasted opportunity. Experience has shown that if customers are provided upscale options, and understand their benefits, they will often choose them. Sometimes just key areas can be selected for upgrades, and when these areas are only a small percentage of the project, including them does not ruin hard financials. (One 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Stan Walerczyk FEES: $295 regular / $245 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH

THE FUTURE OF RETROFITTING LIGHTING SYSTEMS...AND WHAT CAN BE DONE NOW
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/FutureLtgRetrofits This program is designed to guide you in understanding the ongoing evolution of lighting technologies available for future retrofit projects to help you make the right choices now. Human centric lighting refers to lighting which is designed for improving circadian rhythms, mood and visual acuity, while at the same time leading to increased productivity as well as sustainable energy savings. The newest generation of LED dimming, Kelvin changing troffers, task lights and nature scene troffers are significantly better for achieving these goals than any previous technologies, and these will be the focus of this program. (Two 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Stan Walerczyk FEES: $495 regular / $445 AEE member, government, & nonprofit 36 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH

LED VS. EVERYTHING ELSE: INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/ComparingLED By participating in this seminar, you’ll learn about both the best types of applications for utilizing current LED lighting technologies, as well as how these technologies compare to other options available for the same lighting scenarios. How do LEDs currently compare with high performance incumbent technologies and some other new technologies in interior and exterior applications? How will these comparisons change in just one or two years? What are the best applications for currently available LED products? When should interim technologies be used before LEDs are really ready for prime time in some applications? These and other related topics will be discussed in this important in-depth seminar. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Stan Walerczyk FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

CHOOSING AND USING LIGHTING CONTROLS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/lightingcontrols This practical program will help you make smart choices when considering the many lighting control options available for your lighting applications. In what scenarios are manual controls (switches) better than complex systems? What are the pros and cons of the various control technologies? In what situations should wall, ceiling, or fixture mounted occupancy sensors be used? Where and when should you use timers, time clocks, photocontrols, dimming, and bi-level lighting? And finally, how much energy do control systems really save, and how cost effective are they when lighting itself is very efficient? (Two 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Stan Walerczyk FEES: $495 regular / $445 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

HIGH BAY LIGHTING ADVANCES
How to Choose the Right Technology
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/HighBay This course will show you how to select the best, most effective lighting solution for a broad spectrum of high bay applications. The choices used to be T8, T5HO, induction, or electronically ballasted pulse-start metal halide. Now there are also additional options, including T8VHO, solid state metal halide, and LED. This program will take you through the pros and cons of each of the established and new technologies for a variety of high bay applications. Controls will also be covered. You’ll leave this program with a more finely tuned factual basis for selecting the best lighting for use in a broad range of high bay settings. (Two 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Stan Walerczyk FEES: $495 regular / $445 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.6 CEU / 6 PDH

SAVING ENERGY IN HVAC SYSTEMS
Steps for Successful Project Development
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/HVACprojectdev/ This course provides you the opportunity to acquire the information and expertise necessary to more effectively plan and implement energy-saving projects in central cooling and air circulation systems. Topics covered will include basics of the various equipment components, including chillers, pumps, cooling towers, air handling units, etc.; assessing savings potential through the energy audit process; and procedures for conducting an investment grade audit (IGA) or detailed project feasibility study to submit to management and justify project funding. (Three 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Sri Chari FEES: $695 regular / $645 AEE member, government, & nonprofit AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING 37

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

UNDERSTANDING & PROFITING FROM ELECTRICITY TARIFFS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/ElectricTariffs This seminar examines effective strategies for minimizing regulated energy pricing. You’ll learn how utilities develop their pricing, how to translate tariff terminology, and how to dissect your facility’s energy bill to develop optimum cost-reducing measures. The instructor will dissect typical electric bills for medium-to-large facilities, and show how each part is charged to the end user. Real-life examples reveal ways to minimize overall cost through financial/operational means as well as equipment upgrades, and how to avoid potential pitfalls. Dynamic pricing options enabled by “smart” metering are also examined. (Two 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Lindsay Audin FEES: $495 regular / $445 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.6 CEU / 6 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

SMART METERING, LOAD PROFILING & DEMAND RESPONSE
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/LPonline This seminar will show you how to use “smart” meters and the data they produce to cut costs, peak demand, and electricity consumption. You’ll learn the specifics of how loads vary over time (in minutes as well as months) and how to use that knowledge to lower electric bills and profit from new utility programs and rates. You will gain a clearer understanding of your electrical loads and how to use Excel to analyze and portray them. Participants will receive Excel-based tools containing templates and macros that convert and chart data into 3D “landscapes” and parallel “sliced” load profiles, create load duration curves, and simulate time-of-use pricing. (Three 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Lindsay Audin FEES: $695 regular / $645 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

PITFALLS AND PROFITS IN PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/PConline Despite all its potential and many successes, performance contracting (PC) has had its share of pitfalls. While PC has been the critical answer to energy efficiency needs and tight money problems, sometimes problems have kept projects from saving the energy and/or the money promised. This course is designed to show you how to identify and avoid costly mistakes that customers and ESCOs make, give engineers a more critical role in the PC industry, aid ESCOs in re-engineering their services and presentations, and create background and format for more effective due diligence by bankers. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Shirley Hansen, Ph.D. FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.6 CEU / 6 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

BUYING POWER IN COMPETITIVE RETAIL MARKETS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/PowerPurchasing This fast-paced course covers all aspects of retail power procurement, while providing a background in the wholesale power markets that support retail power sales. Many real-life examples from the instructor’s energy procurement experience are covered. Various techniques and options (including online reverse auctions, use of consultants, analytical techniques, and checklists) are provided to help participants get started on their own as soon as they return to their workplace. (Three 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Lindsay Audin FEES: $695 regular / $645 AEE member, government, & nonprofit 38 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING

REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

SMALL-SCALE COGENERATION
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/cogen This seminar will bring you up to speed on cogen and onsite power technologies and examine the current regulatory picture, as well as economic and supply security aspects of generating your own power. You’ll learn the best approaches to planning, designing, and implementing cogeneration and onsite power projects, both to insure your own power supply and potentially as a player in the growing distributed generation marketplace. You’ll be given the technical, financial, and legal guidance you need to evaluate options and maximize return on your investment. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Bernard Kolanowski FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

BOILER & STEAM SYSTEM COST CONTROL
Over 100 Ways to Slash Energy Costs, Pollution, & Carbon Emissions
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/100ways This important program presents a “shopping list” of over 100 possible ways to simultaneously improve boiler and steam system performance and increase company profits by saving energy dollars. You’ll learn how to reduce pollution, reduce maintenance problems, and reduce your carbon footprint by working at the very source of CO2 emissions. Instructed by one of the nation’s most highly regarded boiler and steam system efficiency experts, the course will give you an understanding of the key elements of system efficiency improvement and the tools you need to do a complete system analysis. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Harry Taplin FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

THERMODYNAMICS: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/thermodynamics This practical seminar is oriented primarily toward engineers, technicians, and facilities managers who may benefit in their work from a refresher course in basic thermodynamics. In a simple, easy-to-follow format, the instructor will illustrate the application of thermodynamic principles in real industrial, commercial, and residential scenarios. Participants will learn the basics of analyzing and solving various types of practical thermodynamic problems through several instructive case studies. Laws, equations, graphs, charts, tables, and diagrams are provided to facilitate the analysis and solution of the case study problems. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Bobby Rauf FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit
REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / AIA Learning Units Eligible

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS FOR NON-ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
For more information, visit: www.aeeprograms.com/realtime/EE This seminar is designed for plant and maintenance engineers, technicians, facilities managers, and other facility professionals who would like to gain an understanding of the basic principles of electricity in a simple, easy-to-grasp format. You will learn how to perform common calculations associated with voltage, current, power, and power factor. The instructor will also present valuable charts you can utilize as an alternative method for estimating current, voltage, and power. Practical examples will illustrate topics and procedures covered. (Four 2-hour live online sessions.) INSTRUCTOR: Bobby Rauf FEES: $895 regular / $845 AEE member, government, & nonprofit AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REALTIME DISTANCE LEARNING 39

SELF-STUDY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
AEE’s Self-Study Professional Training offers continuing education courses in a home-study format, allowing students to complete highquality career specific training wherever and whenever they choose. In addition to a printed course instruction book, students are provided with the course instructor’s email address, so that they can ask for help whenever they need it. Each course book includes test questions that can be completed and submitted for scoring in order to earn CEU or PDH credit. For more information about AEE self-study, training, or to register for a course, visit

www.aeeprograms.com/training
SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH

BASICS OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT
This course, which is designed to provide preparational training for the CEM exam, will cover the fundamental concepts of effective energy management with emphasis on developing and improving problem-solving skills, including calculations and effective calculator use. You’ll learn how to perform basic energy analyses and cost evaluations, gain a better understanding of energy-using equipment, facility electrical systems and electric rates, and acquire skills necessary to perform basic economic analyses of energy projects. This seminar will assist those who wish to improve their basic mathematical and problem-solving skills before taking either the five-day or two-day live CEM preparatory seminars offered by AEE.

INSTRUCTOR: Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. FEE: $485
SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS REVIEW FOR THE CEM
This self-study course serves as preparation and review for the economic analysis section of the CEM exam. It also provides helpful additional information on economic analysis that CEM instructors do not usually have time to cover in the 5-day live training course. Participants will learn the basic methods used to determine the cost-effectiveness of projects, including time value of money, interest and discount rates, minimum attractive rate of return (MARR), and interest rate factors. It also provides examples of the application of economic measures to energy projects, and includes skillbuilding practice problems.

INSTRUCTOR: Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. FEE: $385
SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH FOR EACH PART

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS REVIEW FOR THE CEM EXAM
PARTS 1 & 2
This two-part self-study program provides a detailed and expanded presentation on the Electrical Systems section of the CEM exam. Part 1 covers basic electrical systems, electric power systems, reactive power and power factor. Part 2 covers power factor correction and controllers, harmonics and electric bills. Supplementary materials that instructors do not usually have time to present in detail in the Comprehensive 5-Day course are also provided. Practice problems and examples are included, as well as the proficiency test.

INSTRUCTOR: Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. FEE: $385 for Part 1; $385 for Part 2
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SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH

BUILDING ENERGY MANAGEMENT
This program is specially designed for building managers and operators involved in setting up and implementing ongoing energy management programs for their facilities. You’ll learn the basics of energy accounting and utility bill analysis, as well as effective energy auditing techniques. You’ll find out what specific energy conservation measures work best for businesses and institutions, including how an effective preventive maintenance program can reduce operating costs. The instructor will show you how to evaluate your conservation options, with specific emphasis on energysaving steps which cost you little or nothing, yet could account for 50% or more of your potential savings.

INSTRUCTOR: Bill Younger FEE: $485
SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH

COGENERATION AND ITS USES
This course will show you both how to evaluate and how to implement a cogeneration project. The benefits of cogeneration, or combined heat and power (CHP), will be fully explained. Topics include project planning, economic analysis, available technologies, permitting, the installation phase, and operation and maintenance of the finished system. Alternatives for utilizing the waste heat generated by the cogeneration prime mover will also be explored. You’ll gain a clear understanding of where cogeneration fits into the arenas of distributed generation and distributed resources.

INSTRUCTOR: Bernard Kolanowski FEE: $485
SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH

FUNDAMENTALS OF HVAC SYSTEMS
This seminar covers the full range of HVAC systems used in today’s facilities, providing a complete picture of how these systems operate. You’ll get a clear understanding of the way in which each system, subsystem, and component contributes to providing the desired indoor environment. You’ll find out what factors determine why one component or system may be chosen over another with respect to application, energy conservation, indoor air quality, and cost. You’ll learn about heat flow, and how heat flow calculations are used in selecting equipment, as well as in determining system operating performance and costs.

INSTRUCTOR: Sam Sugarman FEE: $485
SELF-STUDY TRAINING — 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
FOR ENGINEERS AND TECHNICIANS
This seminar is intended for facility engineers and managers, maintenance engineers, technicians, and other facility professionals who would like to gain a better understanding of the basic, most relevant principles of accounting and finance in a simple, easy-to-grasp format. Such knowledge can be crucial when one is called upon to financially justify projects, request funding, effectively develop, manage or influence departmental budgets, or interface and conduct business with accountants, financial analysts, and members of upper management.

INSTRUCTOR: Bobby Rauf FEE: $385
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24/7 ONLINE TRAINING
AEE’s 24/7 online seminars offer you another way to take high-quality professional courses and earn continuing education credit at your own convenience, without the need to travel or be out of the office. When you register for a 24/7 online course, the seminar material is available to you online for a full 30 days, to access and utilize at your convenience. Once you have finished the course material, and successfully completed an online examination, you can print your own Certificate of Completion.
To participate in these programs, you must register online. For more information and access to online registration, visit:

www.aeeprograms.com/seminars/24seven

Courses available as of this printing include: Basics of Energy Management (presented in 8 modules) Cost per module: $100.00 Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH Instructor: Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. Cyber Terrorism (presented in 2 modules) Cost per module: $200.00 Credits per module: 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH Instructor: Joseph Gustin Economic Analysis Review for the CEM Exam (presented in 1 module) Cost per module: $385.00 Credits per module: 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH Instructor: Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. Electrical Systems Review for the CEM Exam (presented in 2 modules) Cost per module: $385.00 Credits per module: 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH Instructor: Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. Energy Management (presented in 2 modules) Cost per module: $100.00 Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH Instructor: Bill Younger HVAC Fundamentals (presented in 10 modules) Cost per module: $100.00 Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH Instructor: Sam Sugarman Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing HVAC Systems (presented in 8 modules) Cost per module: $100.00 Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH Instructor: Sam Sugarman Lighting 101 (presented in 4 modules) Cost per module: $100.00 Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH Instructor: Stan Walerczyk

Lighting: Effective Daylight Harvesting
Cost: $100.00 Instructor: John Fetters Cost: $200.00 Instructor: John Fetters Cost: $100.00 Instructor: John Fetters Cost: $50.00 Instructor: John Fetters Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH

Lighting: Energy-Efficient Lighting
Credits per module: 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH

Lighting: New Metal Halide Lamp Technology
Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH

Lighting: Introduction to Sustainable Lighting Design
Credits per module: 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH

CLEAN ENERGY / RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMS
AEE also offers a series of nine courses focusing on Clean Energy/Renewable Energy Project Feasibility Analysis via a training partnership with the Clean Energy Institute of GPEKS. Use the link above to access a listing and more info on these programs. 42 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — 24/7 ONLINE TRAINING

ABOUT AEE

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is a nonprofit professional society offering services designed to address the scientific and educational interests and needs of energy professionals, as well as to foster action promoting and contributing to sustainable development practices. With over 16,000 members representing all areas of the energy field, AEE provides a comprehensive resource for information and training for professionals in the areas of energy efficiency, renewable and alternative energy, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and all related areas. AEE programs include professional certification, journals, books, seminars, and several large industry trade events held each year.

An Invitation
TO JOIN AEE
AEE invites professionals involved in energy engineering and management, power generation, green and renewable energy, energy services, and all related fields to become a member of the Association. To apply for membership, simply complete the application portion of the form provided on page 48. By applying for membership in conjunction with registering for one of the seminars listed in this catalog, you can begin benefiting immediately by taking the member rate on your seminar registration. You do not have to register for a seminar to apply for membership in the Association. For more information on the Association of Energy Engineers membership, call us at (770) 447-5083. For seminar registration information, call (770) 925-9633.

For more information on AEE and its programs, visit our website...

www.aeecenter.org
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AEE 2013 CONFERENCES & SHOWS
Each year the Association of Energy Engineers presents several major conference and trade show events in cities throughout the continental U.S. For 2013 the following three events are on the agenda.

2013
2013 GLOBALCON CONFERENCE & EXPO
March 6-7, 2013 / Pennsylvania Convention Center / Philadelphia, PA
GLOBALCON 2013 is designed specifically to facilitate those who need to get up to speed on the latest developments in the energy field, explore promising new technologies, compare energy supply options and learn about innovative and costconscious project implementation strategies, including the latest in green and renewable energy developments. The multi-track conference gives you the opportunity to hear firsthand from some of the major players in the field. The GLOBALCON expo will emphasize four critical areas of leading-edge technologies, including HVAC and smart building systems, renewable/green energy and onsite generation, lighting efficiency, and plant and facilities management. For more information, please visit: www.globalconevent.com

2013 ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONGRESS WEST
June 19-20, 2013 / Las Vegas Convention Center / Las Vegas, NV
The ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONGRESS WEST (EMC) is the largest energy conference and technology expo held in the western U.S. specifically for business, industrial, and institutional energy users. It brings together the top experts in all areas of the field to help you set a clear, optimum path to both energy cost control and supply security. You can explore promising new technologies, compare alternative energy options, and learn about innovative project implementation strategies. Presentations are designed to provide hands-on, up-to-the-minute information you can use right away to improve your energy management program. You’ll also see all of the latest energy management, self-generation, and green/renewable technologies now on the marketplace. For more information, visit: www.energyevent.com

2013 WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS
September 25-27, 2013 / Washington Convention Center / Washington, DC
The WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS (WEEC) is well recognized as the most important energy event of national scope for end users and energy professionals in all areas of the energy field. It is the one comprehensive forum where you can fully assess the “big picture”—and see exactly how the economic and market forces, new technologies, regulatory developments, and industry trends all merge to shape your critial decisions on your organization’s energy and economic future. The WEEC features a large, multi-track conference agenda, a full lineup of seminars on topics of current interest, and a huge exposition of the market’s most promising new technologies, including all types of energy efficient and energy management products, green/renewable technologies, and much more. For more information, visit: www.energycongress.com

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IMPORTANT AEE INFORMATION HOTLINES & WEB ADDRESSES

BOOKS
Book Orders / Books Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 925-9558 Order Books Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.aeeprograms.com/books

SEMINARS
Information & Customer Service / All AEE Seminars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 925-9633
FAX: (770) 381-9865

Live Seminars Online Registration . . www.aeeprograms.com/seminars/LiveSeminars Realtime Web Seminar Online Registration . . . . . . . www.aeeprograms.com/realtime Self-Study Seminar Online Registration. . . . . . . . . . . www.aeeprograms.com/training 24/7 Web Seminar Online Registration . . www.aeeprograms.com/seminars/24seven

MEMBERSHIP & CERTIFICATION
AEE Membership / Professional Certification Information . (770) 447-5083 / Ext. 318
FAX: (770) 446-3969

Online AEE Membership Info / Application . . . . . . . www.aeecenter.org/membership Online Certification Info / Applications. . . . . . . . . . . www.aeecenter.org/certification

CONFERENCES & TRADE SHOWS
AEE Conference Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 447-5083 / Ext. 210 GLOBALCON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.globalconevent.com Energy Management Congress West / EMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.energyevent.com World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) . . . . . . . . . www.energycongress.com Free Passes for any AEE Trade Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 447-5083 / Ext. 210

TRADE SHOW EXHIBITING INFORMATION
GLOBALCON / www.aeeprograms.com/globalcon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 279-4392 Energy Management Congress West/ www.aeeprograms.com/emc . (770) 279-4392 World Energy Engineering Congress / www.aeeprograms.com/weec (770) 271-7869 Fax for All Shows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 381-9865

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AEE TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS
AEE is an Approved Training Provider Under USGBC’s Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) Mandatory Credential Maintenance Program (CMP)

The purpose of the GBCI/CMP program is to facilitate access to high-quality professional development courses which further enrich the knowledge and understanding of green building theory, techniques, and trends for building professionals. Many courses in this catalog have been officially approved for credit under the Credential Maintenance Program (CMP) for LEED® professional credentials.

AEE is a Registered Provider within the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES)

Many AEE training seminars are now approved by AIA for continuing education credits. AEE is an approved training provider within AIA’s Continuing Education Systems (CES) Registered Provider program. AIA requires that its registered architect members earn 18 Learning Unit hours of continuing education credit annually to remain in good standing. Architectural boards in 40 states, 10 Canadian provinces, and 19 countries have implemented mandatory continuing education (MCE) for relicensure.

AEE Developing Masters Level Training Programs with Funding Provided by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

AEE was selected by the DOE to expand its industry-recognized energy auditing and building commissioning training programs. Under DOE grant funding, AEE has developed new advanced programs — Advanced RetroCommissioning (preparatory training for the Masters Level CBCP exam/page 19), and Advanced Energy Auditing (preparatory training for the Masters Level CEA exam/page 15).

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P.E. LICENSE RENEWAL TRAINING
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS:

Complete Your Continuing Education Requirements by Attending an AEE Live or Online Seminar
As of this printing, 39 states require Professional Development Hours (PDH) or Continuing Education Units (CEU) as a prerequisite for P.E. license renewal. Below is a summary of these requirements by state. Professional engineers should contact the appropriate state board of professional licensing to verify the latest requirements. Many states which do not presently have training requirements are considering adding them in the future. (1 CEU = 10 PDH)

P.E. RENEWAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS BY STATE
State Alabama Alaska Arkansas Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Hampshire New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming PDH Requirement 15 24 30 8 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 24 24 15 30 30 30 30 24 30 30 36 15 30 30 30 30 24 30 30 24 15 24 16 15 30 (1st renewal 2014) 30 (CPC) Completion Period Annually Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially (2012) Biennially Annually Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Triennially Annually Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Biennially Annually Biennially Biennially Annually Biennially Biennially

AEE is an approved provider in Florida (Provider No. EXP003866), Indiana, Louisiana, New York (Provider No. 11), and North Carolina (Provider No. S-0327). As a nonprofit professional society, we are automatically approved in most other states. You should verify any providers’ status with your own state board. AEE will furnish a certificate indicating the CEU/PDH credit earned and the course completed. This documentation is normally required for P.E. renewal. AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS 47

Please complete a separate form for each applicant. Photocopies of this form may be used.

AEE SEMINAR REGISTRATION FORM
Join AEE and take the member rate on your seminar registration!
AEE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION (optional)

Mr. Ms.

NAME

FEES: Complete appropriate fee and payment information:

JOB TITLE

Course fees are listed at bottom of catalog page describing each seminar. Additional information on team and member discounts can be found in the “REGISTRATION FEES & DISCOUNTS” section on page 46.

I wish to become a member of the ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY ENGINEERS in the classification checked:

ORGANIZATION NAME

Seminar Registration Fees............................... $

MEMBER – A graduate of an engineering college or university or a registered professional engineer or architect. (Persons who feel they are qualified by experience or related degree may petition for full membership consideration.) AFFILIATE MEMBER – A person interested in the objectives of the Association who does not meet the above criteria for full membership. If you are a registered Professional Engineer or Architect, please indicate state(s) and registration number(s): State No. State No. years Degree Year

STREET ADDRESS

AEE Membership: $185 per applicant............. $

CITY, STATE, ZIP

TOTAL ENCLOSED.......................................... $

PHONE

FAX

EMAIL ADDRESS

Select method of payment: CHECK ENCLOSED (Payable in U.S. funds to AEE ENERGY SEMINARS) CHARGE TO MY CREDIT CARD (for advance registrations only) American Express VISA MasterCard Discover College

Years of experience in energy field:

Additional pertinent information may be listed on separate sheet and attached.
I certify that the statements made in this application are correct and I agree, if elected, that I will be governed by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Association as long as I continue as a member. I furthermore agree to promote the purposes of the Association so far as shall be in my power.

CREDIT CARD BILLING ADDRESS

CARD NO.

48 AEE 2013 CATALOG OF SEMINARS — REGISTRATION FORM
(Applicant’s Signature) (Date)

Expiration Date

CREDIT CARD CITY, STATE, ZIP Indicate your fee status: Nonmember Government/Nonprofit AEE Member (Membership Number: AEE member application and fee enclosed.

)

Signature

SEMINAR REGISTRATION: Live Seminars — List course(s), location(s), date(s)
Date Date

Online/Self-study Seminars — List course(s), start date(s)

TO SEND BY MAIL — Detach and return to:

TO SEND BY FAX —
If you are paying by credit card, you may transmit a copy of this completed form to:

Seminar Title

Location

Seminar Title

Location

(770) 381-9865
(Please photocopy on “light” setting to assure readability of FAX.)

Complete if you are a licensed P.E. or Registered Architect: Licensed P.E. Registered Architect State(s)

License No(s).

AEE ENERGY SEMINARS P.O. Box 1026 Dept. 499 Lilburn, GA 30048

SEMINAR REGISTRATION & HOTELS
FOUR WAYS TO REGISTER FOR AEE SEMINARS...
1. ONLINE: If you plan to pay by credit card, you can register by going to the AEE website:

www.aeeprograms.com/seminars
2. BY MAIL: Complete the registration form on the previous page and return it with your check or credit card number, expiration date, and signature to the address indicated. Be sure to list the location, date, and seminar you wish to attend. 3. BY FAX: If you plan to pay by credit card, you may complete the registration form on the next page and transmit a copy to the following FAX number:

(770) 381-9865
Government agency participants registering by fax must submit a completed “Request, Authorization, Agreement and Certification of Training” form or completed DD1556 forms with completed seminar registration. 4. BY PHONE: Pay by credit card and you can register by telephone by calling:

(770) 925-9633
NOTE: If time does not permit you to register in advance for a live seminar, you may register onsite; however, you should call the registrar to confirm that space is available. Credit cards cannot be accepted onsite for payment of registration fee, so please bring full payment with you in the form of a company check. Full payment must be received prior to the beginning of the seminar. Whichever method you select, you will receive a confirmation of your registration by mail if your registration is received at least two weeks prior to the course date. You are encouraged to register early, as attendance will be limited to the first 50 registrants.

REGISTRATION FEES & DISCOUNTS
The fee information for each seminar is provided on the page of this catalog describing that seminar. The live seminar registration fee includes registration, course materials, and refreshment breaks. Lunch and hotel room are not included. All registration fees must be prepaid in U.S. dollars in advance of the starting date of the seminar. TEAM DISCOUNTS—LIVE SEMINARS The team discount applies when two or more persons from the same company register for the same live seminar at the same time. For two-day or multi-day programs, deduct $100 per registrant. For one-day seminars, deduct $50 per registrant. (Not applicable for online registrations.) TAKE THE MEMBER RATE WITH YOUR DECISION TO JOIN AEE NOW The member rate may be taken by current members of AEE (membership number must be provided), or by those submitting the application for AEE membership provided on the seminar registration form, along with the appropriate membership fee. This will enable you to save $100 on your registration fee for a two-day live course, as well as entitling you to the many other benefits of AEE membership (see back page).

HOTEL RESERVATIONS & SEMINAR LOCATIONS
Live seminar participants are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. A block of rooms has been reserved at the hotel where each course will take place. In most cases, these rooms are held up to four weeks prior to the seminar date. We therefore recommend that you make your hotel reservations early to assure availability of space. Hotel phone numbers are provided in the “Locations & Dates” section for each live seminar in this catalog. When you call, be sure to mention AEE and the name of the program you will be attending.

HOURS FOR LIVE SEMINARS
Plan to arrive at 8:15 am on the first day of the seminar for sign-in and onsite registration. Seminar hours are normally 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day with a one-hour midday break, unless otherwise specified on your confirmation letter.

CANCELLATION, SUBSTITUTION, AND TRANSFER POLICY
If you are unable to attend the course for which you have registered, you can substitute another person in your place or transfer your registration to another date or another seminar of equal (or lesser) value without penalty for a period of one year following the starting date of the seminar for which you registered. However, your request for substitution or transfer must be made in writing. We can provide a catalog of other courses and dates available. All cancellations must be made in writing. For registrations cancelled 15 days or more prior to the program date, full paid program fee less a $200 service charge will be refunded. For registrations cancelled 14 days or less prior to the program date, the full program fee will be assessed and no refund will be made. Should a program be cancelled, postponed, or experience a program date change because of illness, weather, acts of God, labor disputes, or any other reason whatsoever, all attendees will be notified as early as possible, and our liability will be solely limited to the return of the registration fee. Attendees agree to these terms and conditions by registering for a program.

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ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY ENGINEERS

for Energy Professionals

SEMINARS

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Get the training you need in a broad spectrum of energy-related specialties, with many programs designed to serve as preparatory courses for AEE professional certification candidates.

AEE seminars are offered in cities throughout the U.S., as well as online and in self-study formats.

Register online for any course listed in this catalog by visiting:

www.aeeprograms.com/seminars

Or you can register by mail, fax, or phone. Registration form provided on page 48.

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