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December 8-10, 2010
Walter E. Washington
Convention Center
Washington, DC NEWS

The age of energy transformation

Utilizing energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies for a clean energy economy

Presented by
EARN 10 PDH /1.0 CEU
Association of Energy Engineers®

Non-Profit Organization

U.S. Postage
WEEC shines a light on dramatic changes in energy policy. Focusing on new Platinum Sponsors
mandates for improved energy efficiency and renewable green technologies,
the Nation’s Capitol is central to the demands for a cleaner energy economy.

The catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and record tempera- Commercial Buildings Program
Industrial Program
tures around the world have brought about the “Age of Energy Transforma-
tion.” Energy policy, corporate greenhouse gas reduction programs, and a
new energy awareness for “green energy” have created an unprecedented Silver Sponsor Bronze Sponsor
marketplace for clean energy technologies. As the need for applying innova-
tive energy technologies becomes a predominant national initiative, the 33rd
World Energy Engineering Congress is now more important than ever before.
Again this year, the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) has teamed up
with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to make 2010’s Blue Star Corporate Energy Leaders
remarkable event a distinguished educational and training experience for
government officials, commercial and industrial organizations, energy pro-
fessionals, as well as other individuals involved in the energy marketplace.
The 33rd WEEC is also being presented by Platinum Sponsors Trane and EPA
ENERGY STAR, Silver Sponsor Constellation Energy, and prominent energy Red Star Corporate White Star Corporate
4025 Pleasantdale Road, Suite 420

leaders such as North America Power Partners, Corning Incorporated, Energy Leader Energy Leader
Association of Energy Engineers

Northrop Grumman, and Raytheon. The 2010 Congress will be the clearing-
Atlanta, GA 30340-4264

house for education, advancement, and implementation in the area of ener-

gy efficiency innovation, clean energy technologies, and effective use of
renewable energy resources.
The Opening Session on Wednesday will feature keynote speaker Thomas
Friedman, internationally renowned author, reporter, and columnist for The Government Energy Leaders
New York Times. Friedman is the recipient of three Pulitzer Prizes, the pres-
tigious Lifetime Achievement Award of the Overseas Press Club, and the hon-
orary title of Order of the British Empire bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II. Onsite/Event Sponsors
Keynote speaker at the Closing Keynote Luncheon on Friday will be Michael Department of Department of Lanyards
Gardner, Vice President of Architecture and Construction Standards for Defense Veterans Affairs
Walmart, who will speak on the company’s “Sustainability Journey.” Other
program highlights include:
•Energy Policy. Brad Penney of the Alliance to Save Energy has developed Opening Session Coffee Exhibit Hall Coffee
a panel session to review the waterfront of legislative battles entitled “2010:
That Was the Year That Was,” a chronicle of one of the most intense years of
activity on energy-related legislation in the nation’s history. The panel will Association Energy Leaders
discuss what worked, what didn’t work, and the prospects for energy legisla-
tion going forward. Financial Executives International and SAIC have worked New Technologies Breakfast
together to develop a session entitled “Recent Legislative Updates and Regula-
tory Energy Developments,” featuring speakers from Duke Energy Corpora-
tion, Podesta Group, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
•FEMWorks. This comprehensive program was developed to help feder-
al agencies and state and local governments meet the requirements of the
recently passed legislation: specifically, the American Recovery and Rein-
vestment Act (ARRA) and the Energy Independence and Security Act. The Opening Session Special Keynote Speaker
need to train new federal energy managers is included in these conference
tracks, which will detail energy auditing, low cost/no cost options, new rules Wednesday, December 8 / 8:45 am
Photo: R. Conrad, New York Times

and regulations in the government, implementation of federal energy man-

agement initiatives, and case studies of educational facilities. This program “Hot, Flat, and Crowded”
also features the highly acclaimed “DOD Critical Issues Forum.” Energy lead- AEE is proud to have Thomas L. Friedman presenting one of the Opening Session keynote
ers from the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), addresses. His presentation is entitled “Hot, Flat, and Crowded,” a title shared with his recent
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, American Council for book, “Hot, Flat, and Crowded 2.0, Why We Need a Green Revolution—and How It Can Renew
an Energy-Efficient Economy, Clean Economy Network, and many other gov- America.” Thomas L. Friedman is an internationally renowned author, reporter, and colum-
ernmental agencies will share their success stories and ideas on new legisla- nist—recipient of three Pulitzer Prizes and author of five bestselling books, including “From
tion in the U.S. Beirut to Jerusalem” and “The World Is Flat.”
•Renewable Energy. AEE has teamed up with ACORE and Morgan
Stanley to present “Financing the Scale Up of Renewable Energy in the U.S.”
This session was designed to address the key challenges facing the renew-
able energy sector as we move forward through 2010 and beyond. The panel
is assembled of members from the American Council On Renewable Energy Museum Gala Honors Past and Present Legends in Energy
(ACORE)’s Renewable Energy Finance and Investment Committee (REFIC)
and the U.S. Partnership on Renewable Finance (US PREF), a program man- AEE will hold its annual Legends in Energy event in conjunction with WEEC 2010.
aged by ACORE. A Night at the Museum, Legends in Energy Gala event takes place Tuesday,
•Green Buildings/Green Technologies. John Cilia of IBM Systems and December 7 at 6:30 pm and will honor new 2010 Legend in Energy inductees, as
Technology Group has developed a session on Green Data Centers, featuring well as our current Legends in Energy. AEE and the Smithsonian Museum of
speakers from the Department of Energy and Energy & Climate Change Natural History, cosponsors of A Night at the Museum, Legends in Energy Gala,
Advisors. This session will focus on the government’s efforts to improve data invite you to join us for a magical evening shared by esteemed energy profes-
center efficiency and strategic approaches to attain data center sustainability. sionals from around the world. Your unforgettable Night at the Museum will
Additionally, the Alliance to Save Energy has developed a session on “Building include cocktails under the sea and you will share your dining experience with a
Codes” featuring speakers from ASHRAE, New Buildings Institute, and the City 13-foot African Bush Elephant in the world-famous Rotunda.
of Seattle. Reserve your spot by registering online or visit
•Carbon Reduction. Over the past several years, organizations have for
become increasingly interested in how climate change will impact their busi- more information. If you are a current Legend in Energy or qualify as a 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee, the cost of the event
ness operations and how to manage the associated risks. Peter Gar-forth of is included in your full paid conference registration. WEEC
Garforth International LLC has developed a session to discuss climate risk conference attendees who do not meet eligibility requirements
management. Success stories will be heard from SAIC, Toyota, Corning OR who are attending as a speaker, exhibitor, seminar attendee,
Incorporated, and the City of Guelph Environmental Services. sponsor, or corporate leader are invited to attend for an addi-
•Industrial Energy Management. These tracks focus on how leading- tional fee. Please view the list of criteria online or on page 12.
edge companies achieve and sustain energy excellence. Elizabeth Dutrow of
U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR has developed three outstanding sessions focusing
on best practices in energy management, creating sustainable energy pro-
grams, and achieving the ENERGY STAR Challenge. Case studies at Ingersoll
Rand, Hixon, and Shaw Industries will be presented and other sessions will
ticipants at this year’s conference.
•Benefits of Attending the 33rd WEEC Conference.
Inside this issue...
examine the decarbonization of industrial processes, best practices in com- —In addition to this year’s truly innovative and comprehensive confer-  WEEC 2010 Opening Session 2
pressed air, industrial process optimization case studies, and energy and car- ence agenda, the concurrent WEEC expo is the largest event of its kind.  WEEC 2010 Plenary 2
bon reduction success stories. —Attendees will earn continuing education units (CEU) or professional  WEEC 2010 Sponsors 2
•Smart Grid. This year the Association of Energy Engineers and Science development hours (PDH) to meet the requirements for P.E. license renewal  WEEC 2010 Week-at-a-Glance 3
Applications International Corporation are pleased to offer a new and excit- or for renewal of AEE certification.  WEEC 2010 Conference Program 4-5
ing track that will be focused on Smart Grid—Beyond AMI. We have all heard —WEEC 2010 is the only conference and expo for energy management that  WEEC 2010 Seminars 6-10
about the Smart Grid hype and many utilities are in the process of imple- covers the commercial, industrial, and governmental marketplace. Attendees  WEEC 2010 Expo/Free Workshops 11
menting new advanced infrastructure, but what then? This track will address are offered an unparalleled opportunity to network with peers and noted
some of those upcoming topics and will provide a diverse group of presenta-
 WEEC 2010 Exhibit Hall Floorplan 11
experts in diverse fields of interest.
tions from multiple perspectives. In this track we will explore various Smart —Eighteen seminars are being offered at WEEC 2010, including ten that  WEEC 2010 Events/Poster Sessions 12-14
Grid technologies, applications, and issues that you may or may not have focus on achieving professional certification.  WEEC 2010 Spotlight 13
thought about. As deployments of AMI continue, customers are not always —Attendees are invited to attend free poster sessions and interactive work-  WEEC 2010 Product Showcase 15-23
responding favorably. Please join us at any or all of the Smart Grid—Beyond shops in the Exhibit Hall, as well as the the CWEEL and New Technologies  WEEC 2010 Registration Form 24
AMI sessions we’re offering. A wealth of information will be available to par- Breakfasts.  AEE Membership Form 24

OPENING Dynamic session kicks off this year’s conference

Opening Session: The Age of Energy Transformation Wednesday, December 8 n

Chair: KAUSHIK K. VYAS, Vice President, Business Development, Energy, Environmental & Infrastructure Solution, Science Applications International Corporation

8:45-9:15 am 9:15-9:25 am 9:25-9:30 am 9:30-10:15 am 10:15-10:30 am 10:30-11:00 am

The National Welcome from the Host Welcome from AEE Hot, Flat, and Crowded Q&A with Thomas Friedman DoD Energy Programs
Quintet of the 257th Sponsor—SAIC ALBERT THUMANN, THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN, Rear Admiral PHILIP H. CULLOM,
Army Band J.T. GRUMSKI, P.E., P.E., C.E.M., Journalist and Columnist, Director of Task Force Energy,
and The Armed Senior Vice President & Business Unit Executive Director, The New York Times U.S. Navy
Forces Color Guard General Manager, Science Applications Association of
International Corporation Energy Engineers

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PLENARY Conference attendees are invited to these sessions

AEE Annual International Awards Banquet Closing Keynote Luncheon

Wednesday, December 8/Reception 4:00 pm/Banquet 7:00 pm Friday, December 10, 2010 / 11:15 am – 1:30 pm
One of the high points at the World Energy Engineering Congress is the AEE Annual AEE marks the 20th Anniversary
International Awards Banquet. Each year, the Association of Energy Engineers recognizes out- of the AEE Energy Managers Hall of Fame
standing individuals and companies that have demonstrated notable contributions to the ener- On Friday, December 10, during the Closing Keynote Luncheon program of the World Energy
gy profession on the national and international levels. Engineering Congress 2010, the Association of Energy Engineers will introduce the 2010 AEE Energy
Entertainment: The Capitol Steps, a political satire group. Twenty-five years ago, the Capitol Managers Hall of Fame. For the past 20 years, this high honor has been reserved for those individ-
Steps began as a group of Senate Staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that uals who have distinguished themselves with a lifetime of achievement in the energy profession.
employed them. In the years that followed, many of the Steps ignored the conventional wisdom
(“Don’t quit your day job!”). A lthough not 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
all of the current members of the Steps
are former Capitol Hill staffers, taken to- Keynote Speaker:
gether, the performers have worked in a
total of 18 Congressional offices and rep- “Walmart’s Sustainability Journey”
resent 62 years of collective House and
Senate staff experience. Since beginning
Michael Gardner
the Capitol Steps, this unique group has Vice President of Architecure and
recorded 26 albums, including their lat-
est, I’m So Indicted. They’ve been fea- Construction Standards
tured on NBC, CBS, ABC, and PBS, and
can be heard four times a year on Nation- Walmart
al Public Radio stations nationwide dur-
ing their Politics Takes a Holiday radio

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AT A GLANCE Conference and seminar program overview


Conference Opening Session: The Age of Energy Transformation n 8:45 – 11:00 am
Luncheon in Exhibit Hall for Conference Attendees n 12:00 noon
Exhibits Open n 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Reception n 4:00 pm / Banquet n 7:00 pm
Energy State Government Government Smart Grid— Energy Energy Carbon Green High Industrial Industrial Superior Renewable Power
Policy Government Energy Energy Beyond Basics Management Reduction Buildings Performance Energy Energy Energy Energy Generation
Energy Management Management AMI Buildings Management Management Performance
(FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks)

Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday,
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Recent Net Zero Stimulus Federal Smart Grid Energy Efficient Maintaining Does the Meeting Energy How We Energy Engaging Financing the Financing
Legislative Buildings Funding Energy Value After Management HVAC Credibility in Future of Performance Achieved and Everyone Scale Up of Renewable
Updates and in the Management AMI 101 Systems Sustainability Energy Codes Benchmarking the ENERGY Carbon in Energy Renewable Energy
Regulatory Federal Implemen- Start with the Requirements STAR Reduction Management Energy in Projects
Energy Sector tation Outcome? STAR Portfolio
Challenge Success the U.S.
Developments Manager for Industry Stories


Luncheon in Exhibit Hall for Conference Attendees n 12:00 noon
Exhibits Open n 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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The Leading by Federal Lead- New Rules, Legal Energy Energy Climate Existing Greening Best Decarboniz- Superior Wind Onsite
Green Example: ership in Legislations, Implications Management Management Risk Building of Practices ation Energy Energy Generation
Jobs NYC’s Energy High Perform. and of the 102 Management Commission- Hospitals in Energy of Industrial Performance
Explosion Management & Sustainable EO’s Smart Grid Success ing Management Processes for
Strategy Buildings Stories Industry

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Perspectives Energy DoD Low Cost/ Effective Lighting Energy Carbon Green Lighting Creating Best New Biomass District
on Energy Audits Critical No Cost Smart Controls Management Reduction: Data and Energy Sustainable Practices Electrification Energy
and Climate Issues Grid Case Programs Centers Efficient Energy in Technology
Legislation Forum Communica- Studies and Sustainable Programs Compressed
in the 111th tions Technologies Buildings Air


Keynote Luncheon for Conference Attendees n 11:15 am – 1:30 pm
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Energy Educational Government Federal Advanced Energy Energy Carbon Strategies High How to Opti- Industrial Achieving Solar Alternative
Policy Facilities Energy Energy Applications Management Management Accounting and Performance mize Your Energy Optimum Energy
and Savings Management and New 103 Tools in a Sustainability Buildings Energy Effic. & Management Energy
Legislation Projects Opportunities Regulatory for Green ROI in Comm.- Case Studies Performance
Landscape Buildings Industrial Sites


SEMINARS: Concurrent Training and Certification with WEEC (separate fee functions)
Skills Update 2010 for Certified Energy Managers • Fundamentals of Sustainable Development & Carbon Reduction
Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency • Basics of Distributed Generation and Onsite CHP
Fundamentals of Building Commissioning • Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Energy
Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation
Fundamentals of Residential Energy Auditing
Fundamentals of Measurement and Verification: Applying the IPMVP
Fundamentals of Carbon Reduction & GHG Management
Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals
The Green Data Center: Information Technology Equipment & Power Cooling Support Systems
Using Smart Metering to Cut Energy Costs • The New ASHRAE Standard 189.1 for High Performance Green Buildings
LEED Lessons Learned and Catalysts for Eco-positive Design • Saving With Energy • Everything You Need to Know About LED Lighting

Some of the
who will McNamara Scaramelli Gorter Singh Mahalick
present vital VP New Construction &
Renewables, Bright Power, Inc.
Senior Vice President
Beacon Capital Partners
Energy Manager
Fairfax County Government
VP Business Development
Verisae, Inc.
Energy & Environ. Specialist
Colgate-Palmolive Company

and new
at this year’s
Colucci Becher Wulfinghoff Edwards Ryan
Senior Director, Energy & Sr. Mech. Engineer, Hixson President Energy Manager Director OASSP, NYC Dept. of
Sustainability, Merck & Co., Inc. Architecture Engineering Interiors Wulfinghoff Energy Services, Inc. DTE Energy Citywide Admin. Services

PROGRAM Latest information for energy and facilities management professionals

Program subject to change

Energy Policy State Government Energy Government Energy Mgmt. Government Energy Mgmt. Smart Grid—Beyond AMI Energy Basics Energy Management Carbon Reduction

Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8
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Recent Legislative Updates Net Zero Buildings in the Stimulus Funding Federal Energy Management Smart Grid Value After AMI Energy Management 101 Efficient HVAC Systems Maintaining Credibility
& Regulatory Energy Federal Sector Chair: CHUCK CLINTON, Implementation Chair: LOUIS SZABLYA, P.E., Chair: TIFFANY STOVALL, Chair: RICHARD G. LUBINSKI, in Sustainability
Developments Chair: NICK J. STECKY, C.E.M., Senior Advisor & Lead Regional Chair: JAMES E. WOODS, C.E.M., Director, Smart Grid Integration,
Energy Management Program C.E.M., C.D.S.M., B.E.P., C.S.D.P., Chair: SHIRLEY J. HANSEN,
Chair: MATT MILLER, Senior LEED AP, President, Coordinator, National Association C.S.D.P., Vice President, Business Science Applications Director, Mid-America C.E.A., President, Think Energy Ph.D., C.M.V.P., CEO,
Director, Gov’t. Affairs, Financial NJS Associates, LLC of State Energy Officials Development, Sain Engineering International Corporation Manufacturing Technology Center Management, LLC Hansen Associates, Inc.
Executives International 2:30-3:00 pm Associates Co-Chair: PETER LANDAUER, 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm
2:30-3:30 pm 2:30-3:00 pm
Co-Chair: EDMUND WOOLLEN, Innovative Financing Strategies Capgemini Air Conditioning 101 Energy Saving Measure
Net Zero & Carbon Neutrality Counsel’s Role in Sustainable
Senior Vice President, Science JASON KLIWINSKI, AIA, with ARRA Funding 2:30-3:00 pm TIMOTHY B. JANOS, C.E.M., Interactions in Chilled Water Solutions: Pay Now or Pay Later
Applications International Corp. MARK WOLFE, The Navy’s Energy Program & Panelists: B.E.P., C.D.S.M., C.S.D.P., C.E.A., Systems
LEED AP, Director of Sustainable MICHAEL T. DURHAM,
Executive Director, Renewable Energy Initiatives WALTER LEVESQUE, President, Spectrum Energy STEVE P. DOTY, P.E., C.E.M.,
Panelists: Design, Spiezle Architectural Attorney at Law,
Group, Inc. Energy Programs Consortium CHRISTOPHER H. TINDAL, P.E., Smart Grid Project Manager, Concepts, Inc. Energy Engineer, Crawford Lewis, PLLC
C.E.M., Director for Operational R.W. Beck, An SAIC Company Colorado Springs Utilities
Principal, Podesta Group 3:30-4:00 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm
Energy, Deputy Assistant
MATT HASKINS, Net Zero Energy Wastewater Treatment Plant Understanding Utility Bills 101 3:00-3:30 pm The Credibility Gap
Secretary of the Navy for Energy J. CHRISTOPHER LARRY, P.E.,
U.S. Sustainability & Climate Innovations
BILL AMANN, P.E., LEED AP, C.E.M., C.E.P., CIPE, LEED AP, TIFFANY STOVALL, Energy Electric Thermal Storage Option SHIRLEY J. HANSEN, Ph.D.,
Change Tax Leader, DAVE ALTHOFF,
President, 3:00-3:30 pm Director of Energy Engineering, Management Program Director, by Nova Scotia Power: Case Study C.M.V.P., CEO,
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP M&E Engineers, Inc. Director, Pennsylvania Mid-America Manufacturing of a Typical Statistically Represen- Hansen Associates, Inc.
DOE’s Energy Management Plan Teng & Associates
HEATHER R. ZICHAL, Department of Environmental Technology Center tative Nova Scotian House
4:00-4:30 pm SCHUYLER SCHELL, 3:30-4:00 pm
Deputy Assistant to the President Protection ALI M. SYED, BSc, MASc,
Executive Order 13514 U.S. Department of Energy JEFF TOLNAR, 3:30-4:00 pm Is It Really Sustainable?
for Energy & Climate Change LEED AP, C.E.M.. Energy Mgmt.
& Federal Leadership 3:30-4:00 pm Chief Technology Officer, Boilers 101 JIM W. BROWN, P.E.,
(Invited) Advisor, Hemisphere Engineering
JOSEPH PORROVECCHIO, Working Effectively with 3:30-4:00 pm BPL Global ASIT PATEL, Principal,
C.R.M., Consultant, Localities Army Energy Management President, 3:30-4:00 pm Energy Services Group,
Senior Vice President of
Carbon-Key, LLC DANIEL ACKER, Program OK So Now What? ANP Energy Consulting Services Case Study: Reducing Air Change Terracon
Corporate Tax, Duke Energy Performance Contracting KEVIN GEISS, Ph.D., This session will present both Corporation Rates in Laboratories
Corporation (Invited) 4:00-4:30 pm
Manager, Department of Mines, Program Director, utility and customer perspectives 4:00-4:30 pm JOHN O. ANTHENIEN, MBA, Measurable Sustainability
The panel will discuss the Minerals and Energy Army Energy Security (Invited) on Smart Grid Value after AMI. Building Envelope 101 C.E.M., Site Energy Manager, Through Retro-Commissioning
nation’s energy policies, rules, and You will hear presentations from GARY D. HOGSETT, P.E., LC, Novartis
4:00-4:30 pm MICHAEL SWEENEY,
regulations surrounding carbon 4:00-4:30 pm representatives of R.W. Beck,
Making ARRA Energy Funds a C.E.M., LEED AP, 4:00-4:30 pm Associate Principal,
emissions and the broader Air Force Energy Management Teng & Associates, Tendril, and Senior Energy Management
Key to Energy Efficiency HVAC Equipment Right-Sizing: Arup
energy debate. Moreover, the Program BPL Global.
TARESA LAWRENCE, Specialist, Mid-America Occupant Comfort & Energy
group will converse on the real DAVID KING,
Acting Deputy Director, District Manufacturing Technology Savings Potential
world impacts that energy policy Director, Energy Policy,
Department of the Environment, Center JENNIFER L. GORTER, P.E.,
could have on key business U.S. Air Force (Invited)
Energy Administration C.E.M., C.P.M., Energy Manager,
sectors. Fairfax County Government

Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9
9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am
The Green Jobs Explosion Leading by Example: NYC’s Federal Leadership in New Rules, Regulations, Legal Implications of the Energy Management 102 Energy Management Climate Risk Management
Chair: WENDY BROWN, Energy Management Strategy High Performance and & EO’s Smart Grid Chair: FREDRIC S. GOLDNER, Chair: LORI K. MOEN, C.E.M., Success Stories
Human Resources Manager, Chair: PAT IMPOLLONIA, Sustainable Buildings Chair: MILLARD E. CARR, P.E., Chair: LOUIS SZABLYA, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., Principal, C.E.P., Energy/Resource Chair: PETER J. GARFORTH,
Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. Director of Energy Conservation Chair: CHRISTOPHER ABBUEHL, C.E.M., Vice President, Director, Smart Grid Integration, Energy Management & Research Conservation Program Manager, P.E., Principal, Garforth
Co-Chair: TOM JENSEN, Planning, NYC Dept. of Citywide C.E.M., D.G.C.P., Director, Operations, Sain Engineering Science Applications Associates Puget Sound Energy International LLC
Science Applications Administrative Services Renewable Energy, Associates, Inc. International Corporation 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am
International Corporation 9:00-9:30 am Constellation Energy Co-Chair: KEN IRVIN, Energy Accounting 101 Calculating Energy Savings from
9:00-9:30 am Prioritizing Site-Specific Energy
Overview of NYC’s Holistic Energy Executive Orders & the McDermott, Will & Emery JOHN M. AVINA, C.E.M., B.E.P., Awareness and Behavior Change Plants to Manage Carbon Risks
9:00-9:30 am
This session’s panelists will give Management Program C.S.D.P., C.M.V.P., President, Campaigns
Integrating Renewables into a Administration’s Focus & Panelists: PATRICK JACKSON, Director,
attendees a snapshot of structure, ELLEN RYAN, Div. of Energy Mgmt., Abraxas Energy Consulting LORI K. MOEN, C.E.M., C.E.P.,
Oversight Global Energy Management,
size, and trends of the green job Director, Office of Agency Support & Federal Prison Project FRED BUTLER,
CHRISTOPHER ABBUEHL, CYNTHIA VALLINA, 9:30-10:00 am Energy/Resource Conservation Corning Incorporated
industry, including the Special Projects, NYC Dept. of Vice President, Regulatory,
Citywide Administrative Services C.E.M., D.G.C.P., Director, Office of Management & Budget, Energy Auditing Basics 101 Program Mgr., Puget Sound Energy
technology, services, design, Petra Solar 9:30-10:00 am
9:30-10:00 am Renewable Energy, Executive Office of the President FREDRIC S. GOLDNER, C.E.M., 9:30-10:00 am The Pathway to Breakthrough
and construction segments.
Reducing Energy Consumption Constellation Energy (Invited) GILBERT SOREBO, JD, C.E.A., Principal, Smart Tools for Analyzing Smart Carbon Performance in the City
Panelists will present cases on
Through Improved Operations & 9:30-10:00 am Assistant Vice President, Energy Management & Research Meter Data of Guelph
companies that illustrate growth 9:30-10:00 am
Maintenance & Advanced Metering & Legislation and DOE’s Chief Cyber Security Associates LINDSAY P. AUDIN, C.E.M., C.E.P., ROB KERR, Community Energy
segments such as facility energy Maintaining Your Building’s
Monitoring Technologist, LEED AP, Pres., Energywiz, Inc.
efficiency service companies. Performance During Economic Implementation Actions 10:00-10:30 am Plan Program Mgr., City of
Speakers will also describe the Mgmt., Dir. of Operations & Maint., Uncertainty BRAD GUSTAFSON, Supervisor, Controls 101 10:00-10:30 am Guelph Environmental Services
face of uncertainty regarding NYC Dept. of Citywide Administrative NEIL S. MALDEIS, P.E., C.E.M., Applied Technology Services, U.S. SPEAKER TO BE ANNOUNCED, ROBERT T. MURPHY, C.E.M., Operational Energy Management 10:00-10:30 am
the economy and climate and Services, and TODD WOOD, C.E.M., G.B.E., Energy Engineering Department of Energy (Invited) Office of Energy Policy C.B.C.P., Controls Supervisor, Programs—Communicating from Progress to the Zero-Emissions
energy policies. PMP, Project Mgr., The Benham Manager, Trane 10:00-10:30 am & Innovation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Engineer to Owner Automotive Plant
Companies, LLC—An SAIC Company Cancer Center PHILLIP A. COLLINGWOOD,
10:00-10:30 am Department of Defense Energy FERC BRUCE W. BREMER, C.E.M.,
10:00-10:30 am Implementation Actions C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.E.P., C.S.D.P., C.E.A., Mgr., Facility Eng.,
Where Megawatts Meet
Educating Operators to Operate Energy
JOSEPH K. SIKES, SPEAKER TO BE ANNOUNCED, 10:30-11:00 am Director, Energy & Sustainability, Toyota Motor Engineering &
Efficient Buildings Megabytes™: Integrated Energy Motors 101
Director for Facilities Energy, Senior Contracts Manager, CB Richard Ellis Manufacturing America
Office of the Deputy Under- R.W. Beck, an SAIC Company
Director, Bldg. Perf. Lab., City PETER KELLY-DETWILER, Sr. VP, Motor Lab Manager, 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am
University of New York Load Response, Constellation secretary of Defense (Invited) “You Can’t Do That!” Advanced Energy Assessment of the Lighting Climate Change Risk
10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am This session will examine utility Systems for the Oil Sector Management—Success Stories
Greening City Government Buildings Net Zero Energy Construction, Private Sector Federal Assistance assets in customer premises, Complex Building in Kuwait— JETTE FINDSEN, Practice Leader,
Through Energy Efficiency Retrofits & STEPHEN P. SAIN, P.E., C.E.M., obligations of customers and Before & After Commissioning Climate Change Services, Science
Proven-Cost Neutral Site/ Source,
Replacements DINA AL-NAKIB, C.L.E.P.,
Lessons Learned C.M.V.P., B.E.P., C.E.P., President, aggregators, data ownership Applications International
RINO TROVATO, Program Mgr.,
LLOYD N. HAMILTON, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. and privacy, and security. Senior Research Associate, Kuwait Corporation
New York Power Authority
President, Verdae, LLC (Invited) Institute for Scientific Research

Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9
Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9
2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm
Perspectives on Energy Energy Audits DoD Critical Issues Forum Low Cost/No Cost Effective Smart Grid Lighting Controls Energy Management Case Carbon Reduction: Programs
& Climate Legislation Chair: BERNARD S. KEMTER, Chair: BUSTER G. BARKSDALE, Chair: THOMAS F. BERSSON, P.E., Communications Chair: JOHN L. FETTERS, C.E.M., Studies & Technologies
in the 111th Congress C.E.M., C.B.S.T., C.L.E.P., JR., C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Senior Vice LEED AP, Assistant VP—Navy & Chair: LOUIS SZABLYA, P.E., C.L.E.P., C.E.A., President, Chair: FREDRIC S. GOLDNER, Chair: STEPHEN A. ROOSA,
Chair: BRAD PENNEY, Director of Facility Operations Specialist, President, Primary Integration Marines Account, Science Director, Smart Grid Integration, Effective Lighting Solutions C.E.M., C.E.A., Principal, Ph.D., C.E.M., C.M.V.P.,
Government Relations, Contracting Officer’s Rep Energy Applications International Corp. Science Applications 2:30-3:00 pm Energy Management & Research C.D.S.M., Account Executive,
Alliance to Save Energy 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:10 pm 2:30-3:00 pm International Corporation Wireless Lighting Control Associates Energy Systems Group
Infrared Thermal Imaging as Part Air Force Energy Program A Regionally Integrated Life Cycle Co-Chair: HEBER WELLER, Technologies 2:30-3:30 pm 2:30-3:00 pm
of an Energy Audit CATHERINE A. FAIRLIE, RA, Approach to Energy Conservation R.W. Beck, An SAIC Company DAVID WEIGAND, LC, Energy Management in Sustainability, Energy & Carbon
Director of Government BERNARD S. KEMTER, Chief, Energy Management CAPT. RAME HEMSTREET, CEC, National Market Manager, Healthcare Reduction
C.E.M., C.B.S.T., C.L.E.P., Branch, HQ USAF/A7CAE USN, Commanding Officer, Panelists: Lighting Management Systems, PAT LYDON, EMIT, STEPHEN A. ROOSA, Ph.D.,
Facility Operations Specialist, (Invited) NAVFAC Washington, U.S. Navy ERIC DRESSELHUYS, Leviton Manufacturing, Inc. Strategic Resource Coordinator, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., C.D.S.M.,
Alliance to Save Energy
Contracting Officer’s Rep Silverspring Network Legacy Health Account Executive,
SUZANNE B. WATSON, 3:10-3:50 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm
Director of Policy, American 3:00-3:30 pm Navy Energy Program An Energy Intervention Control Strategies for Lighting Energy Systems Group
STEVE JOHNSTON, 3:30-4:30 pm
Council for an Energy-Efficient Findings of an ASHRAE Level II WILLIAM F. TAYLER, C.E.M., MICHELLE R. PRICE, C.E.M., Applications 3:00-3:30 pm
C.E.O., Turning Vision into Reality—
Economy Energy Audit of a Senior Living Director, Dept. of Navy Shore AFGSC Energy Manager, NORM DITTMANN, Greenhouse Gas Accounting for
SmartSync Leveraging Technology and
RUTH McCORMICK, Facility Energy Office, Naval Facilities U.S. Air Force President, Local & State Communities
EDWARD L. RITTER, P.E., LEED AP, Engineering Command PLC Multipoint Culture to Realize KRISTIN IGUSKY and
Senior Policy Associate, 3:30-4:00 pm “All Circuits Are Busy.”
CxA, Controls & Commissioning ERNEST L. JOLLY, C.E.A., MATTHEW ABERANT,
The Business Council for 3:50-4:30 pm No-Cost/Low Cost Ideas to Reduce This session will include 3:30-4:00 pm
Manager, and MIKE RADER, VP, Energy Manager, Science Applications
Sustainable Energy Army’s Energy Program Energy Use in Office Buildings discussions on talking to Roadway & Area Lighting
Energy Svcs., Barton Assoc., Inc. District of Columbia Sewer International Corporation
TIM GREEFF, DAVID N. PURCELL, B.E.P., AL SCARAMELLI, Ph.D., P.E., Sr. meters and talking to customers Controls and Water Authority
Political Director, 3:30-4:00 pm C.E.P., C.S.D.P., VP, Beacon Capital Partners, and by representatives from Silver RICHARD JONES, 3:30-4:00 pm
Clean Economy Network How to Avoid Energy Audit Energy Programs Manager, ROBERT BEST, MBA, LEED AP, Spring Network, Smart Sync, Ripley Lighting Controls Large Factory GHG Emission
The Year That Was. This panel Disasters HQ, Dept. of Army Executive Vice President, and Aclara. 4:00-4:30 pm Reduction Successes & Failures
discussion will review the water- JOHN M. AVINA, C.E.M., B.E.P., Director of Sustainability, Markets, Back to Basics: Lighting PAUL H. STILLER, P.E., C.E.M.,
front of legislative battles that C.S.D.P., C.M.V.P., President, Jones Lange LaSalle Controls—Keeping It Simple Director, Energy Management,
made up The Year That Was, one Abraxas Energy Consulting 4:00-4:30 pm JOHN L. FETTERS, C.E.M., Summit Energy Services
of the most intense years of activity 4:00-4:30 pm Resource Efficiency Managers— C.L.E.P., C.E.A., 4:00-4:30 pm
on energy-related legislation in Case Study: Energy Audit on 45 Human Performance Contracts President, Software Platform Approach to
the nation’s history. The focus of MW Combined Cycle Power Plant NANCY H. VARNER, C.E.M., Effective Lighting Solutions Sustainability
the presentations and discussion in Izmir, Turkey: March-June C.S.D.P., Resource Efficiency ABTAR SINGH, Vice President
will be on what worked,what didn’t, 2009 Manager, Sain Engineering Business Development,
and what the prospects are for SEZGIN SAH, Mech. Eng., Energy Associates Verisae, Inc.
energy legislation going forward. Engineer, Envo Energy Services

Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10
9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am
Energy Policy & Legislation Educational Facilities Government Energy Savings Federal Energy Management Advanced Applications & New Energy Management 103 Energy Management Tools Carbon Accounting in a
Chair: TIMOTHY HOWELL, P.E., Chair: RON MARINELLI, Projects Chair: BUSTER G. BARKSDALE, Opportunities Chair: GARY D. HOGSETT, P.E., Chair: STUART T. ROSE, P.E., Regulatory Landscape
C.E.M., Principal Energy Engineer, Director of Facilities/Energy Mgr., Chair: STEVEN A. PARKER, P.E., JR., C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Chair: LOUIS SZABLYA, P.E., LC, C.E.M., LEED AP, C.E.M., LEED AP, Energy Services Chair: VALERIE MADARASZ,
Glenmount Global Solutions Lopatcong School District C.E.M., Chief Engineer, Energy & Senior Vice President, Primary Director, Smart Grid Integration, Senior Energy Management Leader, Corporate Properties Business Development Manager,
9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am Environment Directorate, Pacific Integration Energy Science Applications Specialist, Mid-America Group, Wells Fargo Bank Climate Change, CSA Standards
Regulating Greenhouse Gas Under the High Performance Schools— Northwest National Laboratory 9:00-9:30 am International Corporation Manufacturing Technology 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am
Clean Air Act An Integrated Whole Building Center
9:00-9:30 am Designing a Submetering Program Co-Chair: GIRI IYER, The Arsenal of Investment: U.S. Climate Policy—The Road
MICHAEL MONDSHINE, Assistant VP Design Approach General Electric
& Senior Policy Analyst, Science Energy Savings Performance for the New Federal Energy 9:00-9:30 am Metrics to Justify Capital Energy Ahead
Applications International Corporation Energy Services Manager, Contracting with New Const.— Policies Panelists: Green Roofs 101 Projects JANICE McMAHON, Vice
9:30-10:00 am Gilbane Building Company Energy Security at White Oak CHRISTOPHER P. RENNICK, JOSEPH HOOSE, MICHAEL MANGIARGUA, CHRISTOPHER H. RUSSELL, President & Forestry, Carbon, &
Analysis of U.S. ESCO Public & Private PHILLIP L. SMITH, P.E., C.E.M., Vice President Government Sales, President, Cool Systems Vice President of National & C.E.M., C.E.P., C.R.M., Principal, GHG Services Division Director,
Sector Performance Projects: 1990-2008 9:30-10:00 am C.E.P., G.B.E., C.S.D.P., Director, E-Mon, LLC Regional Sales, CentiMark Corp. Energy Pathfinder Management Environmental Services, Inc.
PETER LARSEN, Sr. Scientific Eng. Loudoun County Public Schools—2010 Federal Project Development, CARLOS COE, Ph.D., Consulting, LLC
9:30-10:00 am CEO, Xtreme Power 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am
Assoc., Lawrence Berkeley National ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Honeywell Building Solutions 9:30-10:00 am
JOHN R. LORD, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., The Army Meter Data Mgmt. Thermal Energy Storage 101 Third-Party Verification:
C.D.S.M., C.E.A., and MICHAEL J. 9:30-10:00 am System—A Cornerstone for Army BRIAN GOLDEN, GUY FRANKENFIELD, P.E., Energy Modeling for Large Standards & Quality
10:00-10:20 am Retrofit Energy Savings Devices Managing Partner, Computer Servers
BARANCEWICZ, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.E.P., Energy Programs Manager of TES & Biofuels, ANN BOWLES, Senior Manager,
How the University of Texas at Austin Smart Grid Group
C.S.D.P., C.D.S.M., C.E.A., Energy MARK STEVENS, CECIL JONES, C.E.M., Energy Natgun Corporation MICHAEL COSTARELL, GHG Program, American
Returned to 1977 Fuel & Emissions
Levels Education Specialists, Senior Project Manager, EPRI Program Manager, CALIBRE STEVE HAUSER, Assistant Professor, National Standards Institute
10:00-10:30 am
JUAN M. ONTIVEROS, P.E., Executive Loudoun County Public Schools 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am Vice President, Grid Integration, Compressed Air Energy Youngstown State University
10:00-10:30 am
Director of Utilities & Energy Mgmt., The Hanford Waste Treatment Two Approaches to National Renewable Energy Savings 101 10:00-10:30 am
10:00-10:30 am Business Case & Best Practices
University of Texas at Austin
Comprehensive Energy Management and Immobilization Plant Comprehensive DOD Renewable Laboratory MARK KRISA, Classifying Energy Efficiency for Reducing GHG Emissions
10:20-10:40 am in Community Colleges Energy Initiative Energy Analyses Business Manager, Air System Measures: A Systematic Approach
Economics of Small CHP—Your J. PATRICK CARPENTER, P.E., LEED AP, DAVID R. BRATZEL, Manager, M.M. ARDEHALI, Ph.D., P.E.,
AMY E. SOLANA, C.E.M., Senior Vice President, Audits, Manager Environmental Policy &
Existing Utility Budget is Too Much! Pres., Facility Performance Engineers Independent Analysis, Portfolio Professor, Amirkabir University
CLIFF A. BRADDOCK, C.E.M., LEED AP, LEED AP, Research Engineer, Group Director of Strategic Ingersoll Rand Programs, U.S. Postal Service
Mgmt., Mission Support Alliance Pacific Northwest National Lab Planning, SAIC of Technology
COO, RobustEnergy LLC 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am
10:40-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am Combined Heat & Power 101 10:30-11:00 am
Energy Consumption Data Analysis & This session’s panelists will explore GHG Accounting—A New
Independent Measurement & Energy Efficiency at a Large U.S. Andrews AFB—A Case Study in Case Study: Managing the U.S. and discuss field devices and STEPHEN M. STONE, P.E., Enterprise Energy Dashboards Profession
Verification of Energy Projects School District Energy Performance Contracting Army Carbon “Bootprint” C.E.M., C.C.P., President, FERAS KARIM, PMP, C.E.M.,
operations, distributed energy VALERIE MADARASZ,
TIMOTHY HOWELL, P.E., C.E.M., DAVID K. ROBERTSON, P.E., C.E.M., STEVEN BOYLE, Director of Fed. LARRY GOLDENHERSH, DSM Engineering Associates PC Senior Systems Engineer, Business Development Manager,
Principal Energy Engineer, G.B.E., Staff Engineer, Projects, and PATRICK SWEENEY, resources, commercial, industrial, The Benham Companies, LLC,
Founder & CEO, Enviance Climate Change, CSA Standards
Glenmount Global Solutions Albuquerque Public Schools VP of Sales, Pepco Energy Services and residential resources. An SAIC Company

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Green Buildings High Performance Buildings Industrial Energy Management Industrial Energy Management Superior Energy Performance Renewable Energy Power Generation

Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8 Wednesday • December 8
2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm
Does the Future of Energy Meeting Energy Performance How We Achieved the Energy & Carbon Reduction Engaging Everyone in Energy Financing the Scale Up of Financing Renewable
Codes Start with the Outcome? Benchmarking Requirements ENERGY STAR Challenge Success Stories Management Renewable Energy in the U.S. Energy Projects
Executive Director, Manager Chair: JACK JOHNSON, C.P.E., Senior Vice President, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Vice President, Director, Western Region Climate
Building Codes Assistance Project Chair: ROBERT D. SAUCHELLI, Environmental Coordinator, Modular Process Control, LLC Principal Energy Engineer, Investment Banking Division, Change Services, Science
2:30-3:00 pm National Program Manager, Brown Printing Company Panelists: Raytheon Company Morgan Stanley Applications International
Achieving Energy Performance— U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR KATHY BLUE 2:30-3:00 pm Panelists: Corporation
2:30-3:00 pm
Going Beyond Codes & Standards Creating a Recon Culture in Principal, Climate Change Services, Developing an Energy Culture TIMOTHY F. KEMPER, CPA, 2:30-3:00 pm
2:30-3:00 pm Co-Managing Principal,
GORDON V.R. HOLNESS, P.E., Building Performance Rating & Manufacturing Trinity Consultants KURT SCHWALBE, Director of Financing Your Renewable Energy
Reznick Group
Consulting Engineer, ASHRAE Disclosure as a Policy Tool JASPER SANFILIPPO, JR., BRIAN GOEDKE Facilities Eng. & Energy Demand, Project: Federal Funding & Tax
CLIFF MAJERSIK, Executive Director, COO & President, Hanesbrands, Inc. BRIAN FORTAY, Credits
3:00-3:30 pm Vice President, Corporate Project
Institute for Market Transformation John B. Sanfilippo & Son, Inc. Broadlands Financial DAVID R. COOK, JR., Attorney, and
Outcome-Based Energy Codes on Management/Energy Management, 3:00-3:30 pm
the Way to Net Zero LyondellBasell Everyone, Every Day at Raytheon PAUL LEGGETT, ROLAND F. HALL, Partner/Attorney,
3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm
DAVID C. HEWITT, DAVID R. CHAMBERLAIN, P.E., Vice President, Autry, Horton & Cole, LLP
DC Mandates Made Easier—An Approach Systematic Approach to Improve RICK SIEVERSTEN, Investment Banking Division,
Executive Director, to ENERGY STAR Energy Efficiency in an Industrial Vice President, FellonMcCord C.E.M., G.B.E., Principal Energy 3:00-3:30 pm
Morgan Stanley
New Buildings Institute Benchmarking Plant Engineer, Raytheon Company, Financing Renewable Energy
SCOTT E. HENRIQUES, P.E., Director, ED SMART, General Manager, and LANG L. LAWRENCE, P.E., SANDIP SEN, CitiBank Projects—Methods &
3:30-4:00 pm JOHN WU, Energy Manager,
Energy & Sustainability, Dal-Tile, A Division of Mohawk Ind. Senior Energy Engineer, Implementations
Getting to Outcome-Based Codes: Detroit Diesel Corporation This session has been specifically
Reit Management & Research, LLC, and
Identifying & Answering the Raytheon Company, Missile Systems designed to address the key challenges DAVID WEISS, President & COO,
KIRSTEN DESAI, Energy Advisor, 3:30-4:00 pm This fast moving two-hour session facing the renewable energy sector as we Energy Services,
Preliminary Questions The E Group Shearer’s Lubbock, TX, & the Road engages a dynamic panel of leading 3:30-4:00 pm
move forward into 2010 and beyond. Pepco Energy Services
RYAN M. COLKER, J.D., to the ENERGY STAR industry executives who address Generation E—The Student Private investment is slowly gaining
3:30-4:00 pm
Presidential Advisor, National Challenge for Industry critical issues facing all industrial Perspective momentum with the help of federal and 3:30-4:00 pm
A Star is Born at 1900 K Street:
Institute of Building Sciences Transforming an Underperforming SCOTT WEYANDT, Facilities manufacturers today. Issues include: JULIAN KENIRY, Senior Director, state policy incentives, however challenges Financial Analysis of Energy
4:00-4:30 pm Building Through Operational Manager, Shearer’s Foods, Inc. non-capital and capital success Campus & Community Leadership, remain for the project financing market. Projects Using RELCOST Financial
Improvements National Wildlife Federation Panelists will address the main barriers to CAROLYN ROOS, Ph.D., Energy Eng.,
Outcome-Based Energy Codes— 4:00-4:30 pm stories and strategies that
CHAD ENGEL, Senior Manager, increasing private investment as well as Washington State University
Establishing a Regulatory Model Kodak: Meeting the ENERGY STAR significantly reduce energy 4:00-4:30 pm the opportunities that remain in the
Corporate Engineering Services, Hines Extension Energy Program
that Looks at Results, Not Challenge for Industry consumption, profitably integrating Engage Your Employees to market. The panel is assembled of
Predictions 4:00-4:30 pm JIM BREEZE, energy and climate management Eliminate Energy Waste members from the American Council on 4:00-4:30 pm
JAYSON ANTONOFF, Pay for Performance—New Jersey’s Energy Engineer/Project Leader, strategies and sustaining energy ASAD GILANI, C.E.M., B.E.P., Renewable Energy (ACORE)’s Renewable Economical Renewable Options
Energy/Climate Change Policy Building Performance with Eastman Kodak Company and GHG emission reductions C.D.S.M., Central Office Energy Energy Finance & Invesmtent Committee GARY A. SWANSON, P.E.,
Advisor, City of Seattle, Department ENERGY STAR Program (BPwES through staff engagement in the Engineer, General Motors— (REFIC) and U.S. Partnership on President, Energy Management
of Planning & Development GREGORY COLEMAN, Vice President, implementation process. DTE Energy Renewable Finance (US PREF), a Solutions, Inc.
TRC Energy Services program managed by ACORE.

Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9
9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am
Existing Building Greening of Hospitals Best Practices in Energy Decarbonization of Industrial Superior Energy Performance Wind Energy Onsite Generation
Commissioning Chair: STEVEN C. GANZER, C.E.M., Management Processes for Industry Chair: PHILIP W. LeGRAND, Chair: RICHARD J. COSTELLO,
Chair: CALVIN G. BURNHAM, P.E., President, SEE Solutions Chair: DON E. STURTEVANT, JR., Chair: BRADLEY J. REED, C.E.M., Chair: TIMOTHY B. JANOS, C.E.M., C.E.M., B.E.P., C.E.P., C.D.S.M., P.E., M.S.E.M., B.S.M.E., C.E.M.,
C.E.M., Staff Consulting Engineer, 9:00-9:30 am C.E.M., Corporate Energy Manager, C.P.Q., Assistant Project Manager, B.E.P., C.D.S.M., C.D.S.P., C.E.A., C.S.D.P., Senior Account Manager, President,
Energy Efficiency Program, Good, Bad, and Ugly J.R. Simplot Corporation Toyota Motor Engineering & President, Spectrum Energy Southern California Edison Acela Energy Group, Inc.
CenterPoint Energy Commissioning and 9:00-9:30 am Manufacturing North America Concepts, Inc. 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am
9:00-9:30 am Recommissioning Campus Energy Cost Savings 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am Solar & Wind: Which Resource Advantages of Inverter Based
Retro-Commissioning in K-12 Schools: RAY E. PROSISE, C.E.M., Case Studied—Applications of Reducing the Energy Demand Index Superior Energy Performance: Providing is the Right Choice CHP Modules
Real Results for Real Market Strategic Account Representative, a Roadmap for Achieving Continuous MOULI VAIDYANATHAN, Ph.D., JEFFREY H. GLICK,
Best Practices of Industrial Coating Facilities
Transformation Improvement in Energy Efficiency
GSA, Schneider Electric DAVID A. EBERLY, P.E., C.E.M., GORDON M. HARBISON, C.E.M., P.E., C.E.M., President, Sales Manager, Tecogen
JIM B. WATT, P.E., Project Manager, PAUL SCHEIHING, Technology Manager,
9:30-10:00 am G.B.E., C.S.D.P., C.E.A., C.S.D.P., Senior Manager, U.S. Department of Energy Mouli Engineering, Inc. 9:30-10:00 am
Energy Systems Associates,
a Terracon Company How to Implement and Use All That Principal Engineer, Durr Systems, Inc. 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am Combining Solar Thermal and Solar
Metering Data Corporate Facilities Management, 9:30-10:00 am ISO 50001 Global Energy Management The U.S. Navy’s Wind Energy Photovoltaic
9:30-10:00 am JIM PLOURDE, Armstrong World Industries Sunoco’s Business Improvement Standard: What Could It Mean for Your Program, Successes, and Lessons GAIL WITHAM,
Retro-Commissioning Programs: National Business Company? Learned Vice President of Marketing,
9:30-10:00 am Initiative, Phase 2—Sustain the
A Comparison of Successful RCx BILL MEFFERT, Group Manager,
Development Manager, Accelerating Energy Efficiency Gains BRYAN P. LONG, American Capital Energy
Energy Efficiency Programs Energy & Environmental Services,
Around the U.S. Schneider Electric Through Replication YURI FOKIN, Energy Process Energy Engineer, 10:00-10:30 am
Georgia Institute of Technology
JENNIFER VARNAU, 10:00-10:30 am JEFFREY A. NUNN, Master, Sunoco, Inc. U.S. Navy Generating Your Own Electricity
10:00-10:30 am
Project Manager, Nexant, Inc. How to Turn Water Savings into Corporate Energy Manager, 10:00-10:30 am Energy Management—A Powerful Tool in 10:00-10:30 am MATT HAAKENSTAD, P.E., C.E.M.,
Dollars ($$$$) The Boeing Company Blending Carbon Management Your Sustainability Strategy: CCP Return Building-Mounted Wind Turbines C.E.P., C.M.V.P., Manager,
10:00-10:30 am on Experience
CHRIS WHEELER, 10:00-10:30 am with an Energy Program CHARLES BERTUCH, P.E., C.E.M., Commercial Services,
Energy Savings from LEED DEBORAH MAGOON, Director Integrated
Retro-Commissioning Projects Vice President of Development— Metering Energy for Successful LARRY F. FABINA, Manager of Project Manager, U.S. Energy Services, Inc.
Federal Sector, Mgmt. System, Cook Composites and Bergmann Associates
JIM VALLORT, C.E.M., C.B.C.P., Energy Performance Continuous Improvement, 10:30-11:00 am
Polymers Co., and PIERRE WAZ, Process
LEED AP, Vice President, H2O Applied Technologies KEVIN KELLEY, Director—Process ArcelorMittal USA 10:30-11:00 am CHP for Supermarkets and
Safety & Sustainable Development Mgr.,
Environmental Systems Design, Inc. 10:30-11:00 am Technology & Sustainability, and Industrial Direction of Cray Valley Michigan Wind Crop is Being Restaurants—Onsite Generation of
10:30-11:00 am
How to Handle the Special in High BHASKARA R. DUSI, Corporate Sustainability & Energy 10:30-11:00 am Planted & Harvested— Power & Hot Water Using Waste
10:30-11:00 am Energy Manager, CEMEX USA
Savings Beyond Supermarket Performance Specialty Buildings Management at Owens Illinois Energy Management—A Powerful Tool in An Independent Assessment Frying Oil
Re-Commissioning via Testing & TONY MAYFIELD, 10:30-11:00 am NOEL WENDT, Your Sustainability Strategy: Owens DONALD B. EDWARDS, C.E.M., RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E.,
Evaluation—Measured & Verified Senior Partner, Energy Consumption in the Steel Global Energy Manager, Corning Building on a Mature Energy C.P.Q., C.E.A., Energy Manager, M.S.E.M., B.S.M.E., C.E.M.,
PAUL F. HUTCHINS, Ph.D., P.E., Tech Briefings Program DTE Energy President,
Industry—Past, Present & Future Owens Illinois
C.E.M., LEED AP, VP, Aerospace & MICHELLE MAZZA, Energy Leader,
DAVE ROHAUS, Research Specialist, Acela Energy Group, Inc.
Defense Team Program, Reynolds, Building Materials Group, Owens Corning
United States Steel Corporation
Smith & Hills, Inc.

Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9 Thursday • December 9
2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm 2:30–4:30 pm
Green Data Centers Lighting & Energy Efficient Creating Sustainable Energy Best Practices in New Electrification Technology Biomass District Energy
Chair: JOHN P. CILIA, Sustainable Buildings Programs Compressed Air Chair: CLARK W. GELLINGS, P.E., Chair: JOHN T. KARAKASH, M.F., Chair: JOSEPH C. HOOSE,
Senior Consultant, Data Center Chair: NICK BLEEKER, Director, Chair: KURT SCHWALBE, Director Chair: RODERICK SMITH, Fellow, Electric Power Research Registered Forester, Managing President, Cool Systems, Inc.
Lab Services, IBM Systems and Business Development, of Facilities Energy and Energy Publisher, Institute Consultant, Resources Professionals
Technology Group Philips Day-Brite Demand, Hanesbrands, Inc. Compressed Air Best Practices Group, LLC Attendees will learn the latest state
2:30-3:00 pm
Magazine of the art for district energy, as well
2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm Electrotechnologies for a Low CO2 2:30-3:00 pm
as hear case studies on what worked,
Federal Government’s Efforts to Sustainable Applications of Creating Value with Energy 2:30-3:00 pm Factory—A French Perspective Climbing Out of the Energy Silo—
what didn’t work, and the amount
Improve Data Center Efficiency LED Lighting Management Optimization of Single Unit STEPHANIE JUMEL, Project Leader, Universal Ideas from a Case Study
of reduction on coal and oil district
WILLIAM LINTNER, C.M.V.P., LOU DADOK, Strategic Marketing KEN RODEN, Energy Team Facilitator, Compressed Air Systems Energy Efficiency, Electricte de in Bioenergy
energy has allowed. Attendees will
Federal Water Coordinator, Manager, Philips Lumileds Lighting Nissan North America, Inc. RON C. MARSHALL, C.E.T., C.E.M., France JOHN T. KARAKASH, M.F.,
also learn about district energy,
U.S. Department of Energy Company Industrial Systems Officer, 3:00-3:30 pm Registered Forester, Managing
3:00-3:30 pm as an environmentally sustainable
3:00-3:30 pm Manitoba Hydro Heat Pump Water Heaters—Energy Consultant, Resources Professionals
3:00-3:30 pm Sustaining Colgate’s Energy source of “green energy” to heat
Data Centers and Compliance, A 3:00-3:30 pm Efficient Way of Heating Water Group, LLC
Living Buildings: A Design LED Performance: Moving from and cool buildings and reduce
Strategic Approach to Sustainability Initiative for Integrating Energy Technical to Management Systems Onsite Technology of Inert Gas: PRADEEP VITTA, Manager, 3:00-3:30 pm costs for customers.
RONALD J. SLEMBER, C.E.M., & Aesthetics VANCE A. MEROLLA, P.E., Uncovering the Energy Savings End-Use Energy Efficiency & PQ Advanced Biomass Gasification
C.S.D.P., C.M.V.P., FRED OBERKIRCHER, LC, Associate Director, Environmental Opportunities Research, Southern Company CHP Facility
President & CEO, Ambassador for Lighting Education, Affairs & Energy, and CASEY SCOTT VAN ORMER, Services, Inc. BARRY B. EDWARDS, P.E.,
Energy & Climate Change Texas Christian University (Retired) MAHALICK, Energy & Senior Auditor, 3:30-4:00 pm Director, Catawba County Utilities
Advisors, LLC Environmental Specialist, Air Power USA, Inc. Electrotechnology Opportunities to & Engineering
3:30-4:00 pm
3:30-4:00 pm Maximizing the Return on Colgate-Palmolive Company 3:30-4:00 pm Save Energy & Reduce CO2 3:30-4:00 pm
Can an Energy Efficient Data Center Investment of Mandatory Lighting 3:30-4:00 pm Air Compressor Sequencers & Emissions Biomass & Lignite Co-Firing Project
Be Reliable? Controls Keys to Successfully Integrating Master Controllers: Do’s & Don’ts RICK TEMPCHIN, Director, in a Lignite Fired Power Plant
PETER V.K. FUNK, JR., PETE J. HORTON, LEED AP, Energy Programs in a Corporate WAYNE PERRY, Retail Distribution Policy, GERGO HOLLO, Student,
Partner, Duane Morris, LLP VP Market Development, WattStopper Merger Technical Director, Kaeser Edison Electric Institute Budapest University of Technology
4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm ROBERT COLUCCI, C.R.M., Senior Compressors 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm
IBM Poughkeepsie’s New 65K Sq. The Next Generation of Sustainable Director, Energy & Sustainability, 4:00-4:30 pm Potential Impact of Smart Grid & Commercializing Innovative
Ft. System Z Green Data Center Buildings—LEED and USGBC in Merck & Co., Inc. Heat Recovery: Compressed Air Smart Electrotechnologies on U.S. Technology for Algae
RUSS VOIGTLAENDER, Perspective 4:00-4:30 pm Systems for the 21st Century Power Requirements BRYAN YEH,
Lab Consolidation & Operations KIM E. SHINN, P.E., LEED AP, PepsiCo Supply Chain DAVE HEBERT, MACOLM E. VERDICT, C.E.M., Assistant Vice President, Biofuels,
Manager, IBM Systems and BD+C, CxA, Principal/Senior Sustainability Program Product Marketing Manager, Atlas Associate Director, Science Applications International
Technology Group Sustainability Consultant, ROBERT SCHASEL, Director, Copco Texas A&M, Energy Systems Corporation
TLC Engineering for Architecture Energy & Utilities, PepsiCo Laboratory

Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10 Friday • December 10
9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am 9:00–11:00 am
Strategies & Sustainability for High Performance Buildings How to Optimize Your Energy Industrial Energy Management Achieving Optimum Energy Solar Alternative Energy
Green Buildings Chair: GEORGE R. OWENS, P.E., Efficiency and ROI in Case Studies Performance Chair: ARUN JHAVERI, Ph.D., Chair: JAMES F. HOLDENER, P.E.,
Chair: LAURIE WIEGAND-JACKSON, C.E.M., G.B.E., C.D.P., C.B.C.P., Commercial-Industrial Sites Chair: DIANE A. SCHAUB, Ph.D., Chair: ASAD GILANI, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.S.D.P., Senior Advisor/Consultant, ESE Chief Engineer, The MITRE
C.E.P., President, North America LEED AP, President, Energy & Chair: KEN PATTERSON, Sr. Energy C.E.M., Industrial & Systems C.D.S.M., Central Office Energy Eng., Arun Jhaveri & Associates Corporation
Power Partners, LLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. Advocate, Advanced Energy Innovations Engineering, University of Florida General Motors—DTE Energy 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am
9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am How Much Energy is That Solar Energy Eastern Illinois University Renewable
9:00-9:30 am
ASHRAE 189.1: A New Standard for Establishing an Energy Reduction Industrial Energy Efficiency: System Producing? Energy Center
The Economics of LEED-EB for An End-Users Perspective to Energy
Program at a Global Diversified Industrial ANDREW J. McNAMARA, C.E.M., DAVID J. EVERS, P.E., C.E.M., Energy
Single Buildings & Building High Performance Buildings Conservation at Our Biotech Achieving Success in a Difficult
Manufacturing Company C.E.A., LEED AP, Vice President, Services Account Executive, &
Portfolios NICK J. STECKY, C.E.M., LEED AP, Facilities Environment New Construction & Renewables, JAMES K. WILLSON, P.E., C.E.M., LEED
DAVID J. SORDI, P.E., C.E.M., Senior
MICHAEL D. ARNY, P.E., M.S.M.E., President, CHRIS HOLMES, Global CARL CASTELLOW, P.E., Director, Bright Power, Inc. AP, Performance Contracting Engineer,
Manager, Environmental Engineering,
LEED AP, President, NJS Associates, LLC Sustainability, Life Technologies Ingersoll Rand Industrial Energy Efficiency, Honeywell, & GARY D. REED, P.E.,
Schneider Electric 9:30-10:00 am C.E.M., Director of Facilities Planning &
Leonardo Academy Inc. 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am Solar Landfill Closure Systems for More Management, Eastern Illinois University
9:30-10:00 am Retrofit Financing Fast-Track to Energy Efficiency with Optimizing Energy Savings 9:30-10:00 am Sustainable Management & Revenue
Adapting to a New Reality— PETER BELISLE, President, Retrocommissioning & Opportunities in Food & Dairy Plant Achieving Superior Plant Energy Generation 9:30-10:00 am
Strategies for Building Energy Energy & Sustainability Services, Steam Boiler Systems Performance Utilizing Real-Time PEGGY HOCK, Business Development Cornell University Renewable Bioenergy
Why You Should Start Here
Jones Lang LaSalle JEROME R. BECHER, P.E., C.E.M., Data Manager, United Solar Ovonic, LLC Initiative
Design in a Changing Climate STEPHANY L. CULL, B.E.P.,
C.E.A., Senior Mechanical Engineer, SHIVA SUBRAMANYA, Chief WAYNE E. McFARLAND, P.E., C.E.M.,
DANIEL L. BRILLER, P.E., LEED AP, 10:00-10:30 am C.B.C.P., C.S.D.P., CEO, 10:00-10:30 am C.R.M., LEED AP, Principal, GHD, Inc.
Hixson Architecture Engineering Interiors Business Development Officer,
Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton Empire State Building Energy RetroCom Energy Strategies Concentrating Solar Power Opportunities
10:00-10:30 am EPS Corporation ROBIN W. TAYLOR, P.E., C.E.M., 10:00-10:30 am
10:00-10:30 am Retrofit 10:00-10:30 am The New Fuel—Efficiency
DOE’s Sponsored Assessment Experiences 10:00-10:30 am Senior Program Manager, Science
New York City—The Perfect Storm FRANK MOBILIO, AIA, LEED AP, Increase Your ROI Today by KLAS C. HAGLID, P.E., Registered
GARY NICHOLS, P.E., C.E.M., Pump Systems: Improving Energy Applications International Corporation
SPEAKER TO BE ANNOUNCED Associate Director—Vice President Optimizing Your Refrigeration with Energy Manager, Shaw Industries Architect, CEO & Founder, Building
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc. Efficiency & Reliability 10:30-11:00 am Performance Equipment, Inc., &
10:30-11:00 am Continuous Commissioning Using
10:30-11:00 am ROLAND W.J. McKINNEY, Senior Developing a Mathematical Model for BEN SEBREE, General Counsel, Vice
Two Lines Available for 10:30-11:00 am Remote Management Tools A Study on Mitigation of Impact of Consultant, Energy & Sustainability, Calculation & Design of Solar Passive President for Governmental
Individual’s Speech Title Willis Tower—Greening of Existing EMRE Y. SCHVEIGHOFFER, Pres., Climate Change Through Selected Heated Houses & Methods for Its
SKF (UK) Ltd. Affairs/President,Texas Oil & Gas
SPEAKER TO BE ANNOUNCED Buildings in Urban Centers National Resource Management, Inc. Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency Optimization Association/Fresh Air Energy, LLC
MEHDI JALAYERIAN, P.E., Projects 10:30-11:00 am ZOHRAB MELIKYAN, Ph.D., C.E.M.,
10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am
LEED AP, Senior Vice President, BINOY K. CHOUDHURY, Ph.D., C.E.M., Where Energy Efficiency Works, D.G.C.P., Professor,
How Tax Deductions Optimize ROI A Tale of Two Buildings
Environmental Systems Design, Inc. Associate Professor, IISWBM, and Where It Doesn’t & Why Yerevan State University of Architecture
in the Real World ASHOK SARKAR, Ph.D., Sr. Energy PHIL RAWLINGS, C.G.D.,
DONALD R. WULFINGHOFF, P.E., & Construction
KENN PATTERSON, SR., Principal, Specialist & Energy Efficiency Thematic Director of Geothermal Services,
President, Wulfinghoff Energy
Key EPAct Alliance Group Leader, The World Bank Trison Construction Inc.
Services, Inc.

SEMINARS Upgrade your professional credentials

Skills Update 2010 for Certified Energy Managers Certified Energy Manager
2-day seminar / December 6-7, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 1.6 CEU or 16 PDH
About the seminar: This seminar is intended either for profes- •Green building resources energy-environmental solutions. He has written over 25 professional jour-
sionals who already have the CEM credential or for those individu- •Variable refrigerant volume air conditioning systems nal publications and his work has appeared in hundreds of articles. Dr.
als whose CEM certification has lapsed and who wish to have their •Energy savings from lean manufacturing Woodroof is Chairman of the Board for the Certified Carbon Reduction
credentials reinstated. The presentation has been designed as a fol- •Recycling and energy waste savings Manager program and has been a board member of the Certified Energy
low-up for the Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy •Solar PPA Manager program since 1999. He has advised clients such as the U.S. Public
Managers offered by AEE and is presented by the same instructors. •Tax resources Health Service, IBM, Pepsi, Ford, GM, Verizon, Hertz, Visteon, JPMorgan-
The presentation addresses several advanced topics, going beyond •Marketing primer for engineers Chase, universities, airports, utilities, cities, and foreign governments.
what was covered in the basic course or that are new since the mate- •Lighting updates He is the founder of
rials for the original seminar were developed. By completing this two- •Water management update Fees for two-day seminar:
day course, you will earn 1.6 CEU, which is equal to 3.2 credits toward About the Instructors: Regular fee: $1150; AEE member fee: $1050; government and
recertification. A total of 10 credits must be accumulated over a three- BARNEY L. CAPEHART, Ph.D., C.E.M., is a professor emeritus of nonprofit fee: $1050; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
year period to maintain CEM certification. industrial and systems engineering at the University of Florida,
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Gainesville. He has broad experience in the commercial/industrial sec-
•Introductions and overview tor, having served as director of the University of Florida Industrial
•National energy use and energy efficiency update Assessment Center from 1990 to 1999. He has personally conducted
•Working with SI units over 100 audits of industrial facilities and has assisted students in con-
•New issues for energy managers ducting audits of hundreds of office buildings and other non-indus-
Sustainability trial facilities. He has taught a wide variety of courses and seminars
Global climate change on systems analysis, simulation, and energy-related topics.
Carbon terminology, reduction, and trading update ERIC A. WOODROOF, Ph.D., C.E.M., C.R.M., shows clients how to
Green buildings make more money and simultaneously help the environment. During the Capehart Woodroof
•Trends/data on the problems past 15 years, he has helped over 250 organizations improve profits with

Fundamentals of Sustainable Development and Carbon Reduction Certified Sustainable Design Professional
2-day seminar / Preparatory course for the CSDP examination / December 6-7, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 1.6 CEU or 16 PDH / CSDP exam—December 8, 2010

About the seminar: Successful sustainable development involves a •Introduction, definitions, and applications of the plan cial, industrial, and institutional sites. Along with his “real world”
comprehensive understanding of policy and issues as well as a bal- •Local sustainable policy programs and building sustainability approach to facilities and energy engineering, he has instructed over
anced understanding of technical and financial realities. All of these •Corporate and industrial sustainability programs 5,000 engineers and facility managers in energy and environmental
elements have been condensed into an intensive two-day workshop: •Management approaches to implementing programs based systems engineering.
your opportunity to take part in a focused, fast-paced instructional pro- DAY 2: Technical Aspects of Developing a Sustainability Plan Fees for two-day seminar:
gram designed both to expand your knowledge and to serve as a •Introduction to technical and financial aspects Regular fee: $1250; AEE member fee: $1150; government and
preparatory vehicle for the exam to achieve AEE’s Certified Sustainable •Renewable energy solutions, zero energy facilities, and DG nonprofit fee: $1150; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Development Professional (CSDP) certification. Emphasis is placed on •Building energy efficient technologies and sustainability
understanding how the many diverse elements of “green” design, sus- •Environmental issues and life cycle costing
tainable technologies, and related cost implications can truly result in a •Industrial sustainability: case studies and developing your plan
well designed and manageable sustainable development plan. This About the Instructors:
course is intended for professionals who supervise and manage both STEPHEN A. ROOSA, Ph.D., C.S.D.P., C.E.M., C.I.A.Q.P., C.M.V.P.,
sustainable programs and energy and design professionals. B.E.P., LEED AP, is an account executive with Energy Systems Group
For those wishing to qualify for the CSDP certification, the CSDP with over 25 years in commercial energy management and performance
examination will be administered on the morning following the last day contracting. He is internationally recognized as an expert in energy con-
of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, servation, energy management, and urban sustainability. Dr. Roosa’s
it is necessary that you submit a CSDP application, which can be experience includes energy studies for over 3,500 buildings with over Roosa Salas
obtained at Note that registering $50 million in energy conservation and management projects.
for the two-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CARL E. SALAS, P.E., is a majority stockholder and principal in the
This program is a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
CSDP exam. An additional fee of $200 is required for the certification firm of Salas O’Brien Engineers, Inc. He has been evaluating and re- Education Provider Approved Certification Course
application and exam. designing existing facility infrastructures and power systems since 1974,
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: surveying, testing, or designing thousands of power/energy systems, American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
DAY 1: Policy Aspects of Developing a Sustainability Plan energy efficiency projects, or infrastructure/utilities projects at commer-

Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional

2-day seminar / Preparatory course for the CLEP examination / December 6-7, 2010 For more information, visit:
8:30 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 1.6 CEU or 16 PDH / CLEP exam—December 8, 2010
About the seminar: This program is designed as a preparatory •Lighting evaluation and audits
vehicle for professionals who wish to sit for the Certified Lighting •Lighting design process, installation, and commissioning
Efficiency Professional (CLEP) exam, as well as an excellent broad- •Lighting systems operation, maintenance, and calculations
based instruction program for those who want to “brush up on the About the Instructors:
basics” of efficient lighting design, upgrade, and application. JOHN FETTERS, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., is a lighting efficiency consul-
For those wishing to qualify for the CLEP certification, the CLEP tant and president of Effective Lighting Solutions, Inc., Columbus,
examination will be administered on the morning following the last OH. He is a senior member of the Association of Energy Engineers
day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the exam and a member of IESNA, where he serves on the Industrial Lighting
you must submit a CLEP application, which can be obtained at Committee. He has lectured and is widely published in the field of Note that registering for the lighting efficiency. Fetters Spain
two-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CLEP T. KENNETH SPAIN, P.E., C.E.M., C.L.E.P., brings over two
exam. An added fee of $200 is required for the application and exam. decades of experience as an energy efficiency analyst. A senior This program is a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: research associate at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, he Education Provider Approved Certification Course
•Fundamentals of light, lighting, electricity, and power serves as project manager for IdEA$, the Industrial Energy Advisory
American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
•Environmental concerns Service, advising clients regarding cost-effective applications of ener- Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
•Building energy codes and regulatory compliance gy-saving technologies.
•Utility and ESCO programs and incentives Fees for two-day seminar:
•Lighting economics: problems and solutions Regular fee: $1250; AEE member fee: $1150; government and
•Lamps, ballasts, lighting controls, luminaires, and fixtures nonprofit fee: $1150; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.

Basics of Distributed Generation and Onsite CHP Distributed Generation Certified Professional
2-day seminar / Preparatory course for the DGCP examination / December 6-7, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 1.6 CEU or 16 PDH / DGCP exam—December 8, 2010
About the seminar: This course will cover all of the technical, Carnot cycle and Carnot efficiency Screening of technologies
legal, and economic aspects of onsite generation and CHP systems, Need for power and heat Addressing potential barriers
including renewable energy and distributed generation concepts. It Prime movers and simple cycles Acquiring DG and CHP resources
is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to analyze Otto, diesel, Rankine, and Brayton cycles About the Instructor:
and economically evaluate all types of onsite generation systems. Properties of steam BRUCE COLBURN, Ph.D., is currently Chief Operating Officer for EPS
The seminar will also serve as a preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Distrib- Enthalpy and Entropy Capital Corp., responsible for marketing and implementing energy plan-
uted Generation Certified Professional (DGCP) certification program. Steam turbine expansion ning solutions. In addition to his executive management duties at EPS, he
For those wishing to qualify for the DGCP certification, the DGCP Mollier chart analysis has been responsible for energy analysis, field data acquisition/instru-
examination will be administered on the morning following the last •Power cycle performance measures for DG and CHP technologies mentation, automated building control systems, and design of mechani-
day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the exam, Power cycle performance measure cal and electrical retrofit work. His project work has included cogen and
it is necessary to submit a DGCP application, which can be obtained at Thermal efficiency power projects, renewables, public schools, healthcare facilities, research Note that registering for the Higher heating value of fuel and lower heating value of fuel labs, universities, commercial office buildings, industrial plants, and mil-
two-day seminar does not automatically register you for the DGCP Heat rate and fuel rate itary and government facilities. Over more than three decades in the
exam. An additional fee of $200 is required for the certification appli- Fuel credit and fuel credit value energy field, he has served clients in planning, designing, analyzing,
cation and exam. Net fuel rate troubleshooting, and retrofitting industrial, commercial, healthcare,
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Energy chargeable to power and fuel chargeable to power and power projects throughout North America and the world. He has
•Introduction to distributed generation (DG) and combined heat & Cost chargeable to power lecturered at energy training programs sponsored by state energy agen-
Power (CHP) Relationship of ECP, FCP, and CCP cies, the U.S. D.O.E., the Portuguese government, ASHRAE, and AEE.
•DG and CHP technologies Total and life cycle CCP Fees for two-day seminar:
Reciprocating engines Examples Regular fee: $1250; AEE member fee: $1150; government and
Spark-ignited, self-ignited •Economic and life cycle cost analysis for DG and CHP systems nonprofit fee: $1150; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Combustion gas turbines, microturbines, and steam turbines •PURPA and FERC rules of QFs and SPPs
Fuel cells and solar photovoltaic cells •Summary and applications of DG and CHP technologies
Wind energy conversion systems •Regulatory and permitting systems issues
Energy storage systems Utility interface issues and utility interconnections
Electric generators IEEE 929-2000, UL 1741, and IEEE 1547
•Energy and thermal basics of DG and CHP technologies Net metering
Energy, heat, and work Air emission permitting
First and second laws of thermodynamics •DG and CHP project management
Power cycles Analyzing facility energy needs
Simple, topping, bottoming, combined, cogeneration Selection of DG and CHP technologies Colburn


Wednesday, December 8, 2010 • Reception 4:00 pm • Banquet 7:00 pm
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
This is your opportunity to network with your peers and industry experts. See pages 2 and 12. Separate fees apply for those without a paid conference registration.

SEMINARS Add to your professional expertise

Fundamentals of Building Commissioning Certified Building Commissioning Professional

3-day seminar / Preparatory course for the CBCP examination / December 6-8, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH / CBCP exam—December 8, 2010

About the seminar: Commissioning is the process of ensuring Dynamic documentation (changes in design) / Comprehensive PAUL BANKS, P.E., C.E.M., C.B.C.P., a LEED accredited mechanical
that building systems are designed, installed, functionally tested, design review / Commissioning specifications / Budgeting engineer, is a founding partner of B2Q, an engineering/project man-
and capable of being operated and maintained according to the and testing specialist agement consulting firm located in the Boston area. B2Q specializes in
owner’s operational needs. Commissioning also can restore existing •Construction phase objectives assisting facility owners, developers, contractors, and design team pro-
buildings to high productivity through renovation, upgrade and Dynamic documentation (as builts, TAB results, etc.) / fessionals in achieving their goals in the design, construction, and com-
tune-up of existing systems. This program will examine all aspects Updating commissioning plan and construction observations / missioning of safe, efficient, and productive buildings. Prior to found-
of building commissioning, including project scheduling, roles and CX team meeting / Testing, adjusting, balancing, and controls ing B2Q, Mr. Banks served as CEO of Vanderweil Engineers, a leading
responsibilities of the project team, new building commissioning, Submittals/FRIs MEP engineering firm specializing in the design of new and retrofit
retro- and re-commissioning of existing buildings, system-by-system •Acceptance phase objectives building systems for large commercial and industrial projects. Mr.
commissioning requirements, TAB and verification procedures, the Acceptance and warranty / Continuous testing and changes / Banks led Vanderweil’s Facilities Services Group, which provided mas-
LEED rating system, project economic analysis, building code Indoor environmental quality and energy use / Operations, ter planning, as well as the design and commissioning of utility infra-
issues, and commissioning tools and technologies. maintenance, and training structure, energy, central plant, and MEP building systems.
For those wishing to qualify for the CBCP certification, the CBCP Part Three: Retro-Commissioning (includes recommissioning) Fees for three-day seminar only:
examination will be administered at the close of instruction on the •Concept/programming phase objectives Regular fee: $1350; AEE member fee: $1250; government and
morning of the last day of the seminar at the same location. In order to Retro-commissioning, recommissioning, and building tuneups/ nonprofit fee: $1250; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
sit for the examination, it is necessary that you submit a CBCP applica- Developing, planning, and communicating / Defining the project
tion, which can be obtained at scope and establishing a plan / Choosing the professional for retro-
Note that registering for the three-day seminar does not automatical- commissioning / Reviewing and updating building benchmarks /
ly register you for the CBCP exam. An additional fee of $200 is required Original design intent vs. current use
for the certification application and exam. •Investigation phase objectives
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Communication and occupant impact / Operation and
Part One: Introduction to Building Commissioning maintenance / Building automation system and trend logs
•What is building commissioning and why we need it •Project turnover objectives: final report
•Typical project schedule—commissioning perspective Part Four: Total Building Commissioning
Design-bid-build-operate and bid-design-build-operate •Building envelope and electrical systems Banks
•The project team •Site and landscape systems, other systems
Part Two: New Building Commissioning Part Five: Additional Topics
This program is a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
•Concept/programming phase objectives •USGBC and the LEED rating system Education Provider Approved Certification Course
Design intent and basis of design •Commissioning guidelines, tools, and technologies
Preliminary commissioning plan •Commissioning and the federal government American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
•Design phase objectives About the Instructor:

Fundamentals of Buying and Selling Energy Certified Energy Procurement Professional

3-day seminar / Preparatory course for the CEP examination / December 6-8, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH / CEP exam—December 8, 2010

About the seminar: This comprehensive three-day program has been •Purchasing electricity and natural gas under the new rules has worked with commodity software and data analysis and developed
designed to provide the specific training and background information •Metering, load profiling, and real-time pricing an expertise in options and how to integrate their use into risk man-
needed by professionals preparing to sit for the Certified Energy •Energy trading and risk management agement programs. His background in both software analysis and trad-
Procurement (CEP) Professional certification exam. The program cov- •Fundamentals of gas and electric marketing ing has created a unique quantitative approach to viewing risk man-
ers the full spectrum of topics essential to the energy procurement •Energy cost avoidance strategies agement strategies.
process, examining both electricity and natural gas, from both a pur- About the Instructors: Fees for three-day seminar only:
chasing/procurement and a selling/ marketing perspective. AEE’s CEP Each seminar will be conducted by a team of instructors, which Regular fee: $1350; AEE member fee: $1250; government and
program is designed to recognize professionals who have achieved a will include two of the following experts: nonprofit fee: $1250; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
high level of expertise and competence in the areas of purchasing, sell- RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.L.E.P., is president
ing, and marketing electricity and gas in today’s deregulated market. of Acela Energy Group. Prior to assuming his present position, he
For those wishing to qualify for the CEP certification, the CEP exami- founded and served as president of Westwood Energy Group. Mr.
nation will be administered at the close of instruction on day three of the Costello conducts seminars on energy procurement and management
seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is nec- nationwide, and has participated in the development of AEE’s Certified
essary that you submit a CEP application, which can be obtained at Energy Procurement (CEP) Professional program. Note: registering for the three-day JOHN SNELL is a principal of Risk Management Incorporated. He
seminar does not automatically register you for the CEP exam. An addi- has taken his hedging expertise and concentrated on the development
tional fee of $200 is required for the certification application and exam. of risk management structures to meet the special needs of investor-
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: owned and public utilities, as well as industrial energy users. He has Costello Snell Conrath
•Legislation, regulation, energy outlook for energy procurement presented at numerous energy conferences, including industry trade
•The structure of the electric utility industry groups such as AGA, APGA, SGA, NYMEX, and NARDC. This program is a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
•The structure of the natural gas industry DAN CONRATH is a principal of Risk Management Incorporated. He Education Provider Approved Certification Course

Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation Building Energy Simulation Analyst

3-day seminar / Preparatory course for the BESA examination / December 6-8, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH / BESA exam—December 8, 2010
About the seminar: This three-day instructional program has the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it sive expertise in building simulation and energy modeling, sustainabil-
been designed to provide the specific training and background is necessary to submit a BESA application, which can be obtained at ity/high performance strategies, and carbon emissions assessment and
needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Building Energy Note that registering for the control. As a consultant he has worked on several Net Zero Energy pro-
Simulation Analyst (BESA) certification examination. Attendees will three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the BESA jects, including the first Net Zero Energy housing project for the Boston
gain a clear, in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of exam. An additional fee of $200 is required for the certification Housing Authority and Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Manage-
computerized building energy modeling and will also have the application and exam. ment’s Net Zero Energy buildings and has participated in several impor-
opportunity for hands-on building simulation experience during the Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: tant global sustainability projects. He has numerous peer-reviewed jour-
seminar. Day 1—AM: Introduction to Building Energy Simulation nal and conference publications in the field of building energy and sus-
Important: Seminar attendees should bring laptop computers to •Need for building energy evaluation tainability. A C.E.M. and a LEED AP, he is a member of IBPSA, AEE,
this seminar and should download prior to the course date the lat- •Building energy simulation (BES) ASHRAE, and AIA. He holds M.S. degrees in Engineering from the Univ.
est free eQUEST simulation software available at •BES tools, types, and capabilities of Florida and in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and is
for use during instruction. •BES applications a Ph.D. candidate in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
An increasing number of federal and state laws, as well as profes- •Building energy standards, protocols, and rating systems Fees for three-day seminar only:
sional energy standards, protocols, and rating systems are requiring •Building energy software verification standard Regular fee: $1350; AEE member fee: $1250; government and
the use of computerized building energy simulation programs to Day 1—PM: Fundamentals of Building Physics nonprofit fee: $1250; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
verify energy and dollar savings for both high-performance new Day 2—AM: Building Energy Simulation: Introduction and
facility design projects and existing building retrofits. In addition, Analysis of Design Methods
organizations investing in efficient building projects have learned •Underlying concepts
the value of advance energy modeling as an effective tool assuring •Terminology and metrics
the future value of their investments. •High-performance strategies and controls
The knowledge you will gain by participating in this training pro- •Model inputs and analysis methods
gram—as well as achievement of the status of Certified Building Day 2—PM: Building Energy Simulation Using Software, Inputs,
Energy Simulation Analyst—will position you to be among the select Results Interpretation and Validation
group of professionals available to meet this growing demand for •Walkthrough of an example energy simulation process
effectively administered computerized building energy simulation, Day 3—AM: Advanced Building Energy Simulation Srinivasan
either for your own organization’s projects or for those of your clients. •Course wrap-up and test preparation
For those wishing to qualify for the BESA certification, the BESA About the Instructor: American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
exam will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of RAVI SRINIVASAN, C.E.M., LEED AP, brings to this seminar exten-

Fundamentals of Residential Energy Auditing Certified Residential Energy Auditor

3-day seminar / Preparatory course for the REA examination / December 6-8, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 2.4 CEU or 24 PDH / REA exam—December 8, 2010
About the seminar: This three-day program is designed to provide •Building Envelope
the specific training needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s •Space Heating and Air Conditioning
Residential Energy Auditor (REA) Certification exam. The program cov- •Water Heating
ers all major aspects of home energy use, residential energy systems •Lighting and Appliances
and technologies, energy conservation measures (ECMs), energy audit- •Financial Calculations/Tax Credits
ing methodology and calculations, and diagnostic and software tools. •Residential Energy Audit Overview
The course material assumes no prior knowledge of the topic and •Conducting a Residential Energy Audit
incorporates all the basic information residential energy auditors need. About the Instructor:
For those wishing to qualify for the REA certification, the REA exami- FRANK WALSH has 25 years of experience in residential energy effi-
nation will be administered on the morning of the day following the sem- ciency and conservation programs. Prior to founding F.J. Walsh & Walsh
inar in the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is neces- Associates in 1996, he spent 12 years with A&C Enercom, where he spe-
sary that you submit an REA application, which can be obtained at cialized in training and residential program design. He has developed This program is a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Note that registering for the three- and conducted numerous training seminars in the areas of his expertise, Education Provider Approved Certification Course
day seminar does not automatically register you for the REA exam. An including programs on residential energy auditing. Mr. Walsh has also American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
additional fee of $200 is required for the certification application and exam. developed residential energy efficiency programs for clients including Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Edison Electric Institute, Tennessee Valley Authority, National Rural Elec-
•Introduction/Audit Objectives tric Cooperative Association, Consumers Power, and Entergy Corporation. This program is Building Performance
Institute (BPI)recognized for CEU credits.
•Utility Billing Fees for three-day seminar:
•Principles of Heat Transfer Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government and
•Residential Energy Overview nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.

SPECIAL EVENT FOR 2010: Don’t Miss A Night at the Museum, Legends in Energy Gala
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 • 6:30 pm • Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
For specific details on participating in this event, please see the articles on pages 1 and 12. Separate fees apply. Pre-registration required.

SEMINARS Upgrade your professional credentials

Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Certified Measurement & Verification Professional

Applying the IPMVP For more information, visit:
3-day seminar / Preparatory course for the CMVP examination / December 7-9, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH / CMVP exam—December 9, 2010

About the seminar: AEE, in cooperation with the Efficiency Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: —ESPC requirements (each major agency contract administrator)
Evaluation Organization (EVO), established the Certified Measurement •Reasons for M&V: types of uses and role in savings —Federal M&V resources
& Verification Professional program with the dual purpose of recogniz- •Current M&V protocols About the Instructors:
ing the most qualified professionals in this growing area of the energy •IPMVP 2007 and its evolution JOHN D. COWAN, P.Eng., M.B.A., C.M.V.P., president of Environmen-
industry and raising the overall professional standards within the M&V Overview of IPMVP Options A, B, C, and D tal Interface Limited, is chair of the EVO Technical Committee responsi-
field. The IPMVP, first established by the U.S. DOE, has become the Relationship of IPMVP and other guidelines ble for the IPMVP. He frequently acts as an independent claims verifier of
internationally recognized protocol for performance M&V. This course •Developing an M&V plan savings claims. During 30 years in the industry, his roles have included
is designed as a useful preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Certified Scope of energy to be monitored consulting engineer, ESCO owner/manager, and owner’s rep in energy
Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) program. Proven ener- Differences between M&V for industry and for buildings performance contracting matters.
gy strategies are now playing a significant role in financing energy man- “Cost avoidance” or “savings?” STEVE SAIN, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., C.E.P., brings more than 20
agement programs, whether through energy performance contracts or Choosing normalization variables and sources of data years’ experience in the energy conservation industry to this program,
through emission trades under schemes such as the clean development Budget and selecting the baseline period and data including involvement in numerous energy conservation and alterna-
mechanism of the UNFCCC. While interest in savings data is growing, Measurement systems design, commissioning, and data tive financing projects involving U.S. federal agencies.
the state of the art in determining savings has also been rapidly evolving. Analysis methods and valuing savings Fees for three-day seminar:
This seminar will examine current methods of measuring and verifying Managing the uncertainty created by sampling, metering, Regular fee: $1350; AEE member fee: $1250; government and
savings, specifically reviewing the newest IPMVP. Attendees will learn modeling, and unknowns nonprofit fee: $1250; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
the process of designing a proper M&V program for their projects, includ- Reporting procedures and coordinating with other purposes
ing cost/accuracy tradeoffs, baseline adjustments, the role of estimates, When to do the M&V Plan
maintaining space conditions, the role of verifiers, and the data needed •Current issues in M&V: missing data, monitoring IAQ
for emission trading. Examples of specific techniques will be presented •Baseline adjustments: why they are necessary
and class time will include problem solving and debate. Bring a calcula- •Verification of plan, baseline, savings, and adjustments
tor. Advance reading of IPMVP Volume I would be useful though not •Key elements of success:examples of IPMVP 2002 options
required. (To obtain IPMVP Volume I or for more information about the Retrofit isolation (IPMVP Options A & B): instrumentation issues
Efficiency Evaluation Organization (EVO), visit Whole facility (IPMVP Option C): utility billing issues
For those wishing to qualify for the CMVP certification, the CMVP Calibrated simulation (IPMVP Option D): simulation issues
examination will be administered at the close of instruction on the last •Selecting options: which one is best suited for my project
day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examina- •Compliance/adherence with protocols and contracts Cowan Sain
tion, it is necessary to submit a CMVP application, which can be obtained •M&V for U.S. federal projects
at Note: registering for the three- Federal alternative financing market
day seminar does not automatically register you for the CMVP exam. An —FEMP Guidelines (specifically regarding Option A) American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
additional fee of $400 is required for the certification application and exam. —UESC vs. ESPC (including statutory authority for both)

Fundamentals of Carbon Reduction and GHG Management Carbon and GHG Reduction Manager
4-day seminar / Preparatory course for the CRM examination / December 6-9, 2010 For more information, visit:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 2.8 CEU or 28 PDH / CRM exam—December 9, 2010

About the seminar: This course is a “first step” for organizations that Introduction to the carbon reduction process Fees for four-day seminar:
want to become more environmentally friendly. You’ll learn both how DAY 2 — AM Regular fee: $1550; AEE member fee: $1450; government and
to conduct a “carbon audit” and how to begin a carbon reduction pro- Carbon footprint measurement and monitoring nonprofit fee: $1450; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
gram. The program is also designed to provide you with the opportu- DAY 2 — PM
nity to take part in a focused, fast-paced instructional program Practical strategies and tactics to reduce your carbon footprint
designed both to expand your knowledge in the field and to serve as a DAY 3 — AM
preparatory vehicle for the examination required to achieve AEE’s More practical strategies and tactics for reduce your carbon footprint
Carbon and GHG Reduction Manager (CRM) certification. and environmental impact
For those wishing to qualify for the CRM certification, the CRM DAY 3 — PM
exam will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of Carbon credits, trading, and new revenue tactics
the seminar in the same location. In order to sit for the examination, DAY 4 — AM
it is necessary that you submit a CRM application, which can be ob- Financing/selling/approving your program
tained at Note that registering About the Instructor: Woodroof
for the four-day seminar does not automatically register you for the ERIC A. WOODROOF, Ph.D., C.E.M., is a trainer and writer widely rec-
This program is a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
CRM exam. An additional fee of $200 is required for the certification ognized both nationally and internationally for helping energy/environ- Education Provider Approved Certification Course
application and exam. mental projects get approved and implemented. His focus is to help clients
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: benefit financially and simultaneously help the environment. He has over American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
DAY 1 — AM 15 years of experience, 20 publications, and has identified profit-improve-
Introduction, executive briefing, and high-level strategies ment strategies at over 200 facilities. He has also been a Board Member of This seminar is cosponsored by
DAY 1 — PM the Certified Energy Manager Program since 1999. Institute of Industrial Engineers.

Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals Certified Business Energy Professional
5-day seminar / Preparatory course for the BEP examination / December 6-10, 2010 For more information, visit:
8:30 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 3.6 CEU or 36 PDH / BEP exam—December 10, 2010
About the seminar: This program is designed for professionals Gas •Gas, fuel oil, coal
who supervise and manage technical professionals in energy. These Electric Combustion processes
professionals may not be engineers, technicians, or even technically Other (coal, fuel oil) Finances (heat treating, drying, etc.)
oriented, but they are business-oriented. Procurement, manage- •Fuels procurement Boilers
ment, energy accounting and reporting, performance contracting Gas Gas/diesel engines
management, alternative financing, utility rates, and project financ- Electricity Coal and fuel oil
ing are critical elements of their jobs. They need an understanding Fuel oil and coal •Review
of how energy efficiency opportunities impact the “bottom line” for Point of use cost About the Instructors:
their customers. They need to be able to communicate in nontech- Contingency planning RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.L.E.P., is president
nical terms the advantages and disadvantages of the various effi- Financials of Acela Energy Group. Prior to assuming his present position, he found-
ciency opportunities available. This program will enable these pro- Hybrid fuel systems ed and served as president of Westwood Energy Group. Mr. Costello con-
fessionals to document that they understand the techniques neces- •Economic analysis ducts seminars on energy procurement and management nationwide,
sary to excel. Payback and has participated in the development of AEE’s Certified Energy
For those wishing to qualify for the BEP certification, the BEP exam Time value of money Procurement (CEP) Professional program.
will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of the Present worth MARK R. ROCHE, C.E.M., C.E.P., B.E.P., C.I.A.Q.P., has more than 21
seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is Internal rate of return years of experience in power generation, energy delivery, energy man-
necessary to submit a BEP application, which can be obtained at After-tax cash flows agement, utility marketing, and customer service. He has developed and Note that registering for the five- MACRS (Maximum Accelerated Cost Recovery Scheme) presented a number of instructional programs on energy management
day seminar does not automatically register you for the BEP exam. An addi- Software and also serves as a core instructor for AEE’s BEP program. He is the cur-
tional fee of $200 is required for the certification application and exam. Alternative financing rent chair of the BEP board and a member of the CEM board. Mr. Roche
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Measurement and verification is currently supervisor of meter operations for Progress Energy Florida.
•Introduction Metering and submetering Fees for five-day seminar:
•What is BEP? Cost center metering, reporting, and budgeting Regular fee: $1895; AEE member fee: $1695; government and
•Energy situation •IT for energy management nonprofit fee: $1695; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
•Why energy management? •Commissioning
•Energy auditing (nontechnical) What to expect
Purpose What to commission
Procedure Why do it?
Equipment useful to BEP •Retro-commissioning
•Codes and standards overview •Real-time commissioning (MMS)
•Energy fundamentals •Review
ETUs and therms •Electricity systems
kJ HVAC (chillers, split, RTU, VAV, etc.)
Energy balance basics Lighting Costello Roche
Fan laws (nontechnical overview) Electric motors
•Rate schedules Compressed air systems American Institute of Architects (AIA)Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course
General Power quality (nontechnical)

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The Green Data Center: Information Technology Equipment and Power/Cooling Support Systems
1-day seminar / December 7, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 0.8 CEU or 8 PDH
About the seminar: This workshop is designed for energy man- plan describing the tasks and steps involved in analyses of the DC and automation systems. He has conducted IT assessments, power, cooling
agers, information technology (IT) managers, consultants, system present their finding and recommendations to the class. Participants will and facility energy audits, asset and security audits. His engineering,
integrators, plant managers, facility managers, and operation man- leave this workshop with a workbook containing materials discussed project management, and IT equipment and security skills have devel-
agers. If you plan to design or revamp your existing Data Center (DC) and a list of relevant websites used during the workshop. oped through multiple workshops, training activities and “hands on”
into a green DC or target this last high user of energy with state-of-the- Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: experience with large campuses, nuclear and wastewater plants, and
art energy management technologies, this seminar is for you. •Instructor introduction complex green data center projects. Due to his formal education and
You’ll have the opportunity during this workshop to go through a vir- •Class attendees’ goals and background professional experiences requiring business and technical capacities,
tual DC and learn how to identify and analyze its IT infrastructure and •Definition of a Green Data Center he can readily traverse both areas and provide leadership and deliver-
power and cooling support systems. A list of IT equipment will be devel- •Definition of availability, reliability, redundancy ables to equally satisfy the salient objectives.
oped with the attendees that will serve as the basis of a detailed discus- •Environmental specifications Over the course of his career, Mr. Cilia created a governance for a
sion of the IT hardware configuration, firmware features, and functions •Trends toward carbon footprint and taxes Distributed Facilities Automation Control Standard that was utilized for
available in the market today to reduce DC energy consumption. •Efficiency metrics, standard trends, PUE, DCiE a very large computer manufacturer throughout the world; has written
Discussion and definitions of “virtualization” and “consolidation” for •Green DC Best Practices and presented numerous papers in the U.S., Canada, and Europe relat-
servers and storage systems will be included along with an overview of •Data center infrastructure and services list ing to green data centers, energy management and conservation, build-
the power and cooling systems infrastructure topologies that are •IT equipment ing and facility automation systems, building networking, and security.
required to complete the analysis of a DC. Definitions of availability and •Communication He wrote A Guide for Building and Facility Automation Systems, pub-
reliability levels applied to a DC will be discussed. The workshop is •Power support systems lished by Prentice Hall and The Fairmont Press.
designed to provide participants with the “big picture” of a DC, along •Cooling support systems Mr. Cilia developed and teaches training programs, workshops, and
with an in-depth discussion of IT equipment and its power and cooling •Portable modular Data Center seminars for the Association of Energy Engineers, Dutchess Communi-
support systems. •Single- and multi-container solutions ty College, and the Board of Cooperative Education Services. He was on
Details of a free monitoring energy management software solution •Scalable modular DC, the AEE EMCS Council and a member of the ASHRAE SPC 135P
and simulation will be provided. Additional control features on the IT •Enterprise modular DC (BACNet), A Data Communication Protocol for Building Automation
equipment and other interfaces to support systems such as Computer •Portable modular DC and Control Networks. He is a life member of AEE and past member of
Room Air Conditioning (CRAC), Computer Room Air Handler (CRAH), •Power and cooling equipment ASHRAE, FMI, ISA, and CSI. He has a BSEE and a BSME. Mr. Cilia was
Cooling Distribution Unit (CDU), Rear Door Heat Exchanger (RDHX), •Automation systems named 1992 Energy Manager of the Year by the Association of Energy
Power Distribution Units (PDU), and Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) •Class problem-solving Engineers.
will be covered in detail. •Q&A—group discussion Fees for one-day seminar: $480
DC best practices references as applied to a “Green” DC will be dis- •Class questionnaire
cussed, along with design best practices available for high-density racks. About the Instructor:
The Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and the Data Center Infrastructure JOHN CILIA has over 25 years’ experience with green buildings,
Efficiency (DCiE) proposed by the Green Grid and the U.S. Department energy, and automation control systems. He has served as a System
of Energy will be explained. A quick overview of the latest Data Center Integrator for multi-vendor distributed sensor-based systems; a project
Energy Profiler application program from the U.S. DOE Energy Efficien- engineer, manager, and consultant for control systems in manufactur-
cy and Renewable Energy Office will be demonstrated. A discussion of ing, distribution, environmental, life, safety, security, energy manage-
how to plan a Green DC initiative program will conclude the first part of ment; an information technology (IT) Solution Architect for green data
this workshop. centers, and an Identity/Access Security Consultant. He has proven
The instructor will provide the class with a scenario of a DC having leadership and involvement in all phases of the assessment, design,
power and cooling issues as well as space constraints for future expan- hardware, and software development, installation, configuration, eval-
sion. The class will be divided into teams and each team will deliver a uation, verification, commissioning, and support of energy and

Using Smart Metering to Cut Energy Costs

1-day seminar / December 7, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 0.8 CEU or 8 PDH
About the seminar: “Smart” meters (also called interval meters) •Developing and understanding energy usage patterns Manager of the Year, and in 1996 inducted him into its Energy Managers
measure and communicate electricity usage in near real time, show- •Ways to cut peak demand Hall of Fame. He also holds certifications in energy management and ener-
ing how power is being used in short (e.g., 15-minute) periods. By •Overview of time-sensitive electric rates gy procurement and is a LEED AP. In 1999, he developed new techniques
assessing and understanding such data, facility managers, utilities, •Load factor as a limited shorthand for developing and analyzing interval-metering data that are now used by
and contractors can cut costs by trimming peak demand, uncover- Smart Metering, Data Handling< Logging hundreds of practitioners. His metering-related work includes designing,
ing hidden waste, and employing lower-cost utility and market- •The technical essentials of smart meters specifying, and managing large submetering systems covering electricity,
based rates. •Data acquisition systems and support services steam, chilled water, and gas meters, writing NYSERDA’s 1993 Primer on
Through in-depth instruction, this seminar covers the basics of •Ways to pay for metering hardware and software Smart Metering, and teaching his techniques in both live and online semi-
“smart” metering, including its use in demand response and other cost- •Securing and formatting interval data files nars. His energy efficiency work has been featured in over a dozen
cutting utility programs and ways to cut costs even without such pro- •Macro and templates to simplify the job publications and videos and has garnered many awards and cita-
grams. Lindsay Audin, C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, walks participants Integrating Smart Metering into Operations tions. His 35 years in the energy services industry include eight
through the catalysts pushing smart metering and the new tariffs they •Wholesale energy pricing and demand response years as energy manager for Columbia University and 12 years with
are fostering. When and how to deploy such metering at facilities will be •Using load profiles to find and fix problems private engineering and energy consulting firms in New York City,
covered, as well as the costs, paybacks, and specification of customer- •Correlating usage with hourly temperature data prior to founding Energywiz in 1996. Since 1991, Audin has
owned interval metering. To demonstrate how to analyze interval meter •Eleven examples of problems and fixes authored hundreds of columns on energy issues for Architectural
data (both statistically and visually), many real-life examples are cov- •Tips for anomaly analysis Record, Engineered Systems, and other trade publications. He has
ered. Hands-on Exercises and Excel Tools also been a contributing editor to Building Operating Management
Participants will receive and use several advanced Excel-based tools •Starting with a sample meter data file magazine since 2002.
(not available elsewhere) for configuring, visualizing, and analyzing •Creating 2D and 3D profiles and load duration curves Fees for one-day seminar: $480
data from smart meters. While not essential, in-class use of a laptop •Pinpointing anomalies
equipped with Excel (versions 2000-2003 only) is encouraged during •Correlating with other variables
the afternoon half of the seminar. Hookup to power strips will be avail- •Quantifying potential savings
able. •Using charts to train personnel and improve operations
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: About the Instructor:
Introduction to Smart Metering and Interval Data LINDSAY AUDIN is the president of Energywiz, Inc., an energy consult-
•What is “smart” metering? ing firm serving large energy users, government agencies, energy suppli-
•Who and what is pushing it—and why? ers, and other consultants, both in the U.S. and abroad. His clients include
•Cutting costs with them many well known companies, institutions, and consulting firms, as well as
•Profiles we will create today EPA’s ENERGY STAR program. Audin has been named Energy Manager of Audin
Power Usage Patterns and Their Impacts the Year by three different national or regional U.S. organizations. In 1993,
•Basic load profiling and interval data the Association of Energy Engineers named him their International Energy

The New ASHRAE Standard 189.1 for High Performance Green Buildings
1-day seminar / December 7, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 0.8 CEU or 8 PDH
About the seminar: ASHRAE recently released a new standard for •Identify mandatory provisions in Standard 189.1 to increase is an active volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, currently serving as
the “Design of High Performance Green Buildings” (Standard 189.1- awareness of the intent of the Standard President of the board of directors for the Athens, GA, chapter.
2009). The Standard provides minimum requirements for a high-per- •Identify the key concepts contained in Standard 189.1 within each Dr. Lawrence has a B.S. with Highest Distinction honors in Environ-
formance green building and was developed with the intent of bal- of the main topical areas of sites, water, energy, IEQ, and materials. mental Science from Purdue University (1978), a M.S. in Mechanical
ancing environmental factors involved with the siting, design, con- •Identify the two compliance path options (Prescriptive and Engineering from Oregon State University (1982), and a second M.S.
struction, and planning for the operation of buildings. This session Performance) and their associated provisions in Standard 189.1. degree in Engineering Management from Washington University
provides a detailed look at the standard, background on its develop- About the Instructor: (1989). He received a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue
ment, and some discussion on how it might be used and adopted by TOM LAWRENCE, Ph.D., P.E., and LEED AP, is a Public Service University in 2004.
various localities and organizations. Associate with the University of Georgia and has 30 years of profes- Fees for one-day seminar: $480
This seminar provides numerous case studies, examples, and sional experience. Before going back for his Ph.D., he spent approxi-
thought-provoking questions that offer guidance on how to apply mately 20 of those years in industry and consulting. He is the current
the requirements and criteria of Standard 189.1-2009 to a variety of chair of ASHRAE Technical Committee 2.9, “Building Environmental
project types and situations. Included are: case studies of water Impact and Sustainability,” and is a member of the committee writing
recapture and re-use; application of onsite renewable energy; and an ASHRAE standard on high-performance green buildings (Standard
determination if ventilation energy recovery is required. 189.1). As an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer, he gives presentations
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: and workshops on green building design at venues around the world.
•Recognize the importance of developing a code-intended standard At the University of Georgia, Dr. Lawrence teaches courses in
for design of high-performance green buildings Building HVAC, Green Building Design, and Residential Building
•Differentiate Standard 189.1 from green building rating systems Design. He is also helping to coordinate building energy reduction
(e.g., LEED, Green Globes) activities within the entire university system for the State of Georgia. He Lawrence

SEMINARS Upgrade your professional credentials

LEED Lessons Learned and Catalysts for Eco-positive Design

1-day seminar / December 7, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 0.8 CEU or 8 PDH
About the seminar: From a LEED galaxy far far way to the most •National she participated in the LEED Steering Committee and Management
current updates and trend predictions for 2012, this course will give •International (China/Thailand) Subcommittee. She was National USGBC LEED® Faculty™ from 2004-
the real-life scenarios of the process. With over 3 million square feet •LEED—NC/CS 2008. Ms. Henderson served as the 2007-2009 National IIDA
of successful international and national LEED certified work the •LEED—CI Sustainable Forum Advisor. In 2009, she was appointed to the National
lessons learned abound. This session will explore the frontier of •LEED volume portfolio USGBC Market Advisory Committee. Most recently, in 2010, she has
LEED via projects, building block materials, cost analysis, and doc- •Interactive/Individual: LEED online (LOL) demonstration been elected to both the USGBC Greenbuild International Forum
umentation to give the best tools to embark on he next adventure. •Interactive/Group: LEED Documentation Review Working Group and the National USGBC Education Development and
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Building Products Training Committee. A frequent speaker on sustainable design issues,
PART 1: STATE OF THE GREEN UNION •What to look for and why? Ms. Henderson has presented to groups including Greenbuild
Introduction •Greenwashing International Conference & Expo, IFMA World Workplace, CBRE World
•Global building industry—2009 status •Third party Conference, and hundreds of professional organization trainings for
•Why do this/Inspire •LCA AIA/ASID/IIDA/USGBC.
•Interactive/Individual: Audience sharing on success stories/ •Interactive/Individual: Product demonstration review Fees for one-day seminar: $480
lessons learned (individual) Future Predictions
USGBC/LEED •What is on the horizon?
•USGBC/GBCI/Etc. •Interactive/Individual: What would you like to see?
•New LEED credentialing Shout out responses
•LEED 2009 updates Resources Preview
•Specific market sectors and regions •Online/books/workshops/organizations
•Interactive/Individual: Study tips for LEED credentialing/ About the Instructor:
audience “flashcards” Family Feud style HOLLEY HENDERSON has a passion for the sustainable consulting
Analysis/Benefits field and out of that passion grew H2 Ecodesign. H2 Ecodesign has
•Cost studies managed nearly 3.5 million square feet of successful green buildings
•Energy/water data around the world, including several “firsts” highlighted by the first Henderson
•GSA analysis LEED-CI project in China and the first LEED project in Thailand.
•General project case study information Another original is the first Platinum Spa—Natural Body Spa and
•Interactive/Group: Analyze intermediate project scenarios Shoppe in Atlanta, GA. H2 Ecodesign is also engaged in the pilot LEED
and provide strategy solutions Volume Portfolio Program with two owners—Wells Fargo/Wachovia and
PART 2: IN THE TRENCHES LEED LESSONS LEARNED— Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, a subsidiary of Tesco, facilitating
TIPS, TRICKS, AND LANDMINES their national building portfolios.
LEED Case Studies Including Documentation As the most recent National USGBC LEED-CI Core Committee chair,

Saving With Energy: Tools to Improve Energy Performance

and Prepare for the ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard
1-day seminar / December 7, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 0.8 CEU or 8 PDH
About the seminar: This workshop provides hands-on training •Measurement tools successful international energy consulting company, he brings a wealth
combined with tools, real-life demonstrations, and active participa- •Wireless metering and data loggers of experience to the workshops.
tion of all attendees. This workshop will enable you to establish the •Thermal imagery A Certified Energy Manager since 1997, Mr. Mort has received
systems and processes necessary to improve energy performance, •Flow meters and leak detectors numerous U.S. and International Environmental and Energy Awards.
including energy efficiency and energy intensity. You will learn how •Light measurement and occupancy sensors He has developed an efficient method to take his years of experience
to prepare for compliance with the ISO 50001 Energy Management •Key project symptoms and solutions and effectively transfer this knowledge and skill to facility managers,
Standard. Participants will learn to set up their own energy man- •Demand response engineers, technicians, and EH&S leaders. His process, often referred to
agement system based on the PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT continual •Demand control as a KAIZEN Blitz for energy, is highly effective in achieving significant
improvement framework. Practical tools are demonstrated which •HVAC measurable results in a short time. Mr. Mort actively serves on the CPS
provide effective measurement and monitoring of energy use and to •Compressed air Energy Citizens Action Committee, the CPS Energy Green Ribbon
find hidden waste. Key low-cost—high-value project, which result in •Heat recovery Committee, is a life member of AEE, and leads energy conservation
measurable cost reduction in a short time, are clearly explained •Lighting workshops for the Alamo Colleges and University of Texas Cockrell
using real-life examples. The workshop includes manuals, Excel Auditing (Checking and Correcting) School of Engineering.
worksheets, and all presented slides and videos. •Site assessments Fees for one-day seminar: $480
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: •Worksheets
Energy Policy •Conformity checklist
•Management responsibilities Implementation and Operation
•Commitment statements •Measurement tools
•Objectives and targets Project Assignments
•Financial criteria About the Instructor:
Planning THOMAS C. MORT, BS, C.E.M., Director of the Savings With Energy
•Energy supply company, which specializes in providing energy management work-
•Utility bills and tariffs shops to manufacturing companies. A recognized leader in the field of
•Energy profile and baseline energy management, Mr. Mort has led hands-on energy training work-
•Energy performance indicators shops in hundreds of industrial facilities worldwide. With 17 years’ Mort
•Documentation and reports experience in nuclear power plants, corporate energy manager for a
Implementation and Operation Fortune 100 company with facilities worldwide, and the developer of a

Everything You Need to Know About LED Lighting

1-day seminar / December 7, 2010
9:00 am – 5:00 pm / Earns 0.8 CEU or 8 PDH
About the seminar: This presentation is divided roughly into two Learning objectives: white strobe signal used for obstruction lighting and the first hazardous
elements: LED technology and LED lighting applications. Funda- 1. Critical differences between LED and other lighting technologies location rated area light. Currently he is President of LED
mentals of solid-state lighting are covered in the morning: What are 2. Understanding the effect of temperature on product life Transformations, LLC, a New Jersey based technology consulting com-
LEDs? How do they work? What makes them different from other 3. What questions to ask suppliers pany specializing in providing guidance to firms entering the solid-state
lighting sources? What are their advantages and disadvantages? 4. How to distinguish good from poor SSL products and applications lighting field. Previously, he was CTO for Dialight Corporation, one of
Issues such as thermal management, lumen depreciation, color Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: the pioneering providers of LED products. Memberships include the
shift, and binning are covered in detail. Particular attention will be •Introduction: Discussion of the history and terminology of LEDs International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE); IESNA; the Optical
paid to those concepts that often are misrepresented in marketing •Physics of LEDs” How LEDs work Society of America, and the Acoustic Society of America. He regularly
literature such as heat generation and lifetime. Many demonstra- •The LED “System:” Review of the major components that make up gives talks to the lighting community on the correct use of LED tech-
tions are included for color, types of LED, CCT, thermal manage- the system, including source, electronics, optics, heats sink, and nology for general illumination applications, both for his own company
ment, etc. housing as well as on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy
The afternoon is focused on applications of solid-state lighting •LEDs as Lighting Systems: Major issues such as thermal, Fees for one-day seminar: $480
technology. Detailed reviews of both good and bad applications for photometric, lifetime, binning, CRI, etc.
LED lighting will be given, with numerous examples of each. •The Standards for LED Technology: Differences in testing,
Economics of solid-state lighting technology will be discussed in purchasing
both a historical as well as future perspective. Implications of obso- •The LED Market: Review of LED economics and distribution
lescence, a fundamental tenet of the semiconductor world, but rela- channels
tively unknown in the lighting industry, will be considered. The sta- •LED Applications: Discussion of products available today, both good
tus of various lighting standards will be reviewed including poten- and bad
tial weak points with some of the documents. Measurement tech- •Specific Needs: What are the major concerns for architects,
niques used with some of the standards will be tied back to the ear- engineers, building owners, and facilities managers?
lier discussions of the technology. •Recommendations: How to survive and thrive in the solid-state
The last portion of the class will include a brief review of other lighting future Curran
potentially important lighting technologies such as OLEDs and About the Instructor:
induction lighting. Finally, a set of guidelines for participants will be JOHN W. CURRAN, Ph.D., has spent over 25 years in the area of
provided to help guide their discussions with potential vendors of product development. With over 19 patents issued, Dr. Curran has been
LED-based products. responsible for numerous LED products, including the first 20,000 cd


Friday, December 10, 2010•11:15 am–1:30 pm
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Introducing the 2010 AEE Energy Managers Hall of Fame.
The Association of Energy Engineers will introduce the 2010 AEE Energy Managers Hall of Fame.
For the past 20 years, this high honor has been reserved for those individuals who have
distinguished themselves with a lifetime of achievement in the energy profession.

See pages 2 and 14 for more information. Separate fees apply to those who have not paid for a full conference registration.

EXPO Expo offers cost-saving technologies and strategies

Make plans to exhibit

Now is your best opportunity to secure a prime booth location Hall A•Walter E. Washington Convention Center
at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) 2010. As the
energy industry’s largest and most important annual end user Wednesday, December 8, 2010 • 10:00 am — 6:00 pm
event, the WEEC is both the information resource and shopping
place of choice for top decision makers throughout business, Thursday, December 9, 2010 • 10:00 am — 4:00 pm
industry, and government. WEEC 2010 targets the complete spec-
trum of technologies and services of greatest importance to our
show attendees, including:
•Energy management technologies
•Power quality
•Combined heat and power
•Lighting efficiency
•HVAC systems and controls
•Integrated building automation
•Thermal storage and load management
•Boilers and combustion controls
•Distributed generation
•GeoExchange technologies and systems
•Solar and fuel cell technologies
•Applications specific to Federal Energy Management
•Energy services and project financing
•Renewables, bio-energy, wind, and more
Attendees at the World Energy Engineering Congress repre-
sent major market segments, including commercial, industrial,
institutional, and government end users, energy managers, facil-
ity managers, building owners, property managers, vice presi-
dents of operations, directors of utilities, as well as influential
consultants, ESCOs, and project managers. A major portion of
these are key prospects and customers that you as an exhibitor
will have the opportunity to meet only at the WEEC.
In addition to the two-day expo, the WEEC’s program agenda
includes a three-day conference, as well as a full lineup of spon-
sors, free workshops to be held in the expo hall, exhibit hall con-
ference attendee luncheons, free poster presentations, and sem-
inars—all designed to attract a decision-making audience to the
For more information on how you can reach prime attendees,
showcase your technologies and services, and develop sales
leads contact: Ted Kurklis, WEEC Exhibit Manager, by phone
(770) 271-7869, email, or you may visit the
show website:
For a list of current World Energy Engineering Congress ex-
hibitors, please visit Note that booth
space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Portfolio Manager
Benchmarking Workshop
Thursday, December 9, 2010
12:30-2:30 pm
Recent legislation and voluntary initiatives in several states and
localities including California, Washington State, New York City,
and Washington, DC, are now requiring public disclosure of
building energy performance. These entities are turning to EPA’s
Showcase Your Products & Services!
ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager benchmarking tool—a free Call Ted Kurklis at (770) 271-7869
online energy performance rating and greenhouse gas tracking
tool—as the preferred tool for disclosure. or email:
Portfolio Manager provides an unbiased 1-100 energy perfor-
mance score and energy use intensity benchmarks for commercial or visit the show website:
buildings. Buildings scoring a 75 or higher on this scale are eligi-
ble to apply for the ENERGY STAR® label for superior energy per-
formance. Come to this workshop to gain hands-on experience in
how to benchmark several types of commercial buildings and to
learn how Portfolio Manager can help in measuring energy per-
formance, setting goals, tracking savings, and documenting and
recognizing achievements. Register for this event on the registra-
tion page or online at

Increase your presence at

WEEC 2010 by sponsoring an
event at this year’s Congress
Many companies have upgraded their participation in the
World Energy Engineering Congress to take advantage of unique
sponsorship opportunities, including luncheons, receptions, and
more. For detailed information on support of WEEC 2010,
please contact Lauren Lake at or phone
her at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 211.

Free exhibit hall workshops offer interactive learning GreenStreet Expo at the WEEC
This integral hall activity has been designed to enhance •Daylight Harvesting Controls offers a special opportunity
your learning and allow for an interactive experience for all •Total Energy Efficiency—Integrating Lighting, HVAC,
expo attendees and presenters. Expo-only visitors, conference Computer and Office Equipment Energy Management for recognition of companies
attendees, seminar delegates, and any other visitors to the
show floor can participate in these sessions for FREE. Net-
•How to Profitably Reduce GHG Emissions and Energy
Consumption Without Capital!
featuring green, energy-
work with colleagues and see products and services available
while hearing case studies, applications, retrofit success sto-
•Assessing Your Building’s Solar Potential in the Federal
efficient products and services
ries, and innovative strategies for reducing costs. A sampling •Why Lighting is the Best End Point on the Smart Grid
of the diversity of the workshop presentations held at previ- •Energy Modeling as a Design Tool
ous WEEC programs gives an excellent preview of the helpful •Green Roofing
applications, strategies, and technologies that will be shared •Retrofit in Multistory Buildings—Short Payback with
at WEEC 2010: Demand Controlled Ventilation
•A Whole-Building Approach to Energy Planning and •Energy Efficiency Without Compromise
Management with Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy •Revolutionary Liquid Desiccant Technology
Technologies To see more presentations as they are added for 2010, visit the show
•Control and Optimize: Capturing the Economic Value of website: for a complete and updated list.
Demand-Side Assets
•Compressed Air Monitoring, Because: You Cannot Manage
What You Do Not Measure! The U.S. DOE ENERGY STAR® and the Association of Energy
•The Marriage of Wired and Wireless Building Automation Engineers (AEE) invite you to attend the GreenStreet® expo show-
•Use of the New ASTM Building Energy Performance case located within the WEEC 2010 exposition. The exhibiting
Assessment (BEPA) Standard in Energy Audit and Retrofit companies located along the “green carpet” of the GreenStreet
Projects Expo at the WEEC will represent leading providers of environ-
•EPAct 05: Make Your Meters Pay for Themselves mentally friendly, green, energy-efficiency related products and
•Energy Conservation Through Engineered Blanket Insulation services.

2010 EXPO HOURS: Wednesday, December 8•10:00 am–6:00 pm• Thursday, December 9•10:00 am–4:00 pm

EVENTS These special offerings highlight WEEC

Special invitation for WEEC attendees: A Night at the Museum, Legends in Energy Gala
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 / 6:30 pm / The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History will be co-sponsoring the 2010 Legends in Energy event in con-
junction with WEEC. Please join us for A Night at the Museum, Legends in Energy Gala on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 to honor new 2010 Legends in Energy Inductees and
our esteemed Legends and Chartered Legends. If you are a Chartered Legend or a current Legend in Energy, we invite you to join us as we celebrate your continued success
and accomplishments. If you are not already a Legend in Energy, please view the list of criteria below to see if you qualify to become a 2010 Legend in Energy.

This invitation to be recognized as a 2010 Legend in Energy is for paid WEEC 2010 conference attendees who also meet one or more of the following criteria:
•AEE Energy Managers Hall of Fame Member •AEE Corporate Member
•AEE Certified Professional •AEE Life Member
•AEE Past or Present Officer •AEE Membership for Ten Years or More
•AEE Chapter Past or Present Officer •AEE National and International Award Winners
The Legends in Energy Gala will be included in the registration fee for paid WEEC conference attendees who are current Legends in Energy or who qualify as a 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee. If you
are a paid WEEC conference attendee and you are not a current Legend in Energy or you do not qualify as a 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee you are invited to attend for an additional $150. If you are a
WEEC speaker, seminar attendee, exhibitor, corporate leader, or sponsor, you are invited to attend for $150. The cost of an additional spouse/guest ticket is $150.

Those attending the 2010 WEEC and meeting the requirements above will receive:
•Customized 2010 Legend in Energy lapel pin •Certificate recognizing inductees as a 2010 Legend in Energy
•Badge ribbon recognizing inductees as a Legend in Energy •Recognition as a Legend in Energy at the Legends in Energy Gala
•Recognition on AEE’s website as a 2010 Legend in Energy professional

This exclusive event is limited

and will be first-come first-serve.
You must reserve your spot by registering
for WEEC and the event online.
Visit: and follow
the link to the WEEC registration page.

FREE Energy Advocate Training FREE Poster Sessions at the WEEC 2010
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 / 8:00 am–11:00 am Wednesday, December 8, 10 am–6 pm / Thursday, December 9, 10 am-4 pm
The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and Science Applications International Corporation Complementing the WEEC conference, exposition, and related events, this year’s poster sessions
(SAIC) are pleased to offer the Energy Advocate Program at WEEC again this year. The purpose of will provide an opportunity for authors, session presenters, conference attendees, and exhibit
the Energy Advocate Program is to increase awareness and communication of energy-related hall visitors to interact, and give and receive ideas on a
opportunities beyond traditional means. The program was conceived and created to help non- one-on-one informal basis. The program enables pre-
energy professionals gain a foundational understanding in three areas: identification of energy- senters to provide their data and receive audience feed-
related opportunities, critical elements for energy management success, and basic energy con- back. Posters will be displayed in the exhibit hall
servation justification techniques. during expo hours on Wednesday, December 8, be-
The format of the course will be an open interactive forum so space is limited. Those who tween 10:00 am and 6:00 pm and on Thursday,
complete the course and pass the associated examination will receive a Letter of Recognition December 9 between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm. Presen-
authorizing them to use the “EA” designation (i.e., John Smith, EA), a Certificate of Endorse- ters will be available for Q&A on Wednesday between
ment, an Energy Advocate Lapel Pin, and ongoing access to best practices and networking 11:30 am–12:30 pm and from 4:30 pm– 5:30 pm, and
opportunities with past, present, and future Energy Advocate Program graduates. The training on Thursday between 11:00 am–12:00 noon and from
program is free to WEEC conference attendees and is presented by SAIC and endorsed by AEE. 1:30 pm–2:30 pm.
For more information or to register for the Energy Advocate Training course, please go to: POSTER SESSION DAY ONE / Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Greening of Hospitals
KURT KARNATZ, C.E.M., Executive Vice President, Environmental Systems Design, Inc.
Mechanical Desiccant Dryers for Rotary Screw Compressors
CHRISTOPH OSTENDORP, P.E., C.E.M., Senior Staff Engineer, Intel Corporation
FREE New Technologies Breakfast Power Savings Obtained with Squirrel Cage Induction Motors Operating at Low, Variable Loads
Wednesday, December 8, 2010 / 8:00 am–9:00 am CONSTANTIN D. PITIS, Ph.D., P.Eng., Pr.Eng., C.E.M., Specialist Engineer,
BC Hydro—Power Smart Canada
Leviton Manufacturing Co. is pleased to sponsor the New
Technologies Breakfast, a concise and informative forum for Financial Impact and Analysis of Equipment Inventories
WEEC attendees to preview the new and innovative prod- ROBERT A. KEADY, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., FMP, Building Management Specialist,
ucts and services on display at the expo. WEEC Exhibitors Government Services Administration
will present 5- to 8- minute presentations on their newest technologies, enabling attendees to A Tale of Two Biomass Boilers
quickly map out their time at the show and get a rapid survey of what’s new. This is a must- RICHARD SKINNER, P.E., C.E.M., C.P.Q., C.D.S.M., Energy Engineer, McClure Company
attend event for anyone responsible for providing trip reports or technology summaries for Case Study: Actual vs. Theoretical Energy Savings and ROI Calculations
their employer. Leviton offers the broadest array of lighting energy management solutions and from Installation of VDF and Lighting Control Systems in Both New
technological advancements, which are the cornerstones to its 100-year history of success in and Renovated Commercial Office Buildings
the industry. Be sure to put this event on your schedule and sign up on the registration form. DAVID G. LOUCKS, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., Manager, Solution Development, Eaton Corporation
For information on sponsoring or speaking at this breakfast event, contact Jacqueline Fraga by
emailing her at or call (770) 279-4390. Assessing ENERGY STAR Ratings as a Simple Measurement and Verification Tool
STEVEN D. HEINZ, P.E., C.E.M., Founder and CEO, EnergyCAP, Inc.
Re/Retro-Commissioning: The Best Kept Secret You Can No Longer Afford Not to Know
J. WOODY THOMPSON, C.E.M., E.I.T., C.P.M.P., C.B.C.P., LEED AP BD+C, Certified
Commissioning Authority/Energy Manager, Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc.
Combined Heat and Power and Carbon Footprint Reduction
Energy Policy: Opportunities and Challenges CHARLES W. CARR, C.E.M., Professor, University of Maryland College Park
A program for women professionals and women-owned companies GeoExchange on a Campus Scale
LEE C. TAPPER, P.E., C.I.A.Q.P., LEED AP, Mechanical Systems Designer, Operations
Thursday, December 9, 2010 / 7:30 am-9:00 am Manager, MEP Associates, LLC
A FREE workshop at WEEC 2010 presenting case studies
A New Paradigm for Energy Management
of successful women-owned businesses, as well as dis-
MARCIA WALKER, Global Market Development Manager, and PHIL KAUFMAN, Business
cussing the unique barriers and opportunities these firms
Manager, Industrial Energy Management, Rockwell Automation
encounter in the marketplace. The breakfast will have an
interactive format encouraging audience participation. POSTER SESSION DAY TWO / Thursday, December 9, 2010
Speakers will include panelists from the private sector, state and local government, and nation-
al energy policy-makers. The panelists will also address prospects for meaningful energy leg- Energy Efficiency Opportunities of the Public Buildings in Central Europe
islation in the 110th Congress and federal assistance programs supporting commercialization ATTILA TALAMON, Ph.D. Student, Budapest University of Technology
of new renewable and energy-efficient technologies. Greening the Enterprise: Corporate Carbon Reduction Strategies
The meeting is presented by the “Council on Women in Energy and Environmental KEVIN McDONALD, PMP, CISSP, CISA, C.B.C.P., Senior Green IT and Cloud Strategist,
Leadership” (CWEEL). This group was organized to develop a prominent voice for women in ICF International
the industry and in AEE. Its goals are to provide representation of women in industry-related The Time is Right to Replace Steam Systems with Hot Water Systems
policy issues, such as the National Energy Policy, addressing the high cost of energy, our pre- RIK J. MORRIS, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Senior Engineer/Principal, Energy Systems Associates,
sent and future sources of energy, and the impact of energy on the environment; to secure a a division of Terracon
future in energy-related technical fields for women by supporting training, education, and
mentoring of young girls and women; and to contribute to the advancement of women in lead- Industrial Policies for a Fuel Cell Economy in Ohio
ership positions throughout the industry. ANA CAROLINA MURPHY, Founder and Researcher, MicroEmpowering, Inc.
CWEEL will provide a much needed network for women in the industry: energy managers, DSM in the Connecticut 2010 Integrated Resource Plan
design engineers, scientists, consultants, account managers, sales executives, corporate executives, VINAY ANANTHACHAR, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Associate Program Planner, Northeast Utilities
and entrepreneurs. Whether you are new to the industry or a seasoned veteran, women can help The Use of Life Cycle Cost Analysis as a Basis for Choosing Your Facility Control System
each other to be more successful in business and provide support and encouragement. For infor- MICHAEL R. HELM, P.E., President, Radius Systems, LLC
mation about CWEEL, please contact Ruth Whitlock, Executive Administrator at AEE. She can be
reached by email at ZBB Energy’s New ZESS POWER PECC Platform
CHRISTOPHER KUHL, Sales Application Engineer, ZBB Energy Corp.
The Thermal Calculations of Paks Spent Fuel Storage
TAMAS VAGO, Student, Budapest University of Technology
Become More Energy Efficient with Intelligent Lighting Controls
PETER SCHWARTZ, Vice President, Business Development, Lumenergi

U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR event: Chiller Performance Curve Online Modeling Using B-Spline Curve
TZU-CHI LIU, Ph.D., Researcher, Industrial Technology Research Institute
Workshop Series and Conference Sessions Energy Saving Control Strategies for Air Handlers
RUSS McINTOSH, P.E., C.E.M., Project Developer II, Carrier—Noresco
U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR will once again be attending a
series of workshops and conference sessions specifically tar- Solid Waste Management Proposals:
geting some of the largest industrial energy users and their A Comparison Between the U.S. and Latin America
energy and facility issues. These groups include motor vehicle LIA CAROLINA ORTIZ de BARROS, Graduate Student, Columbia University
manufacturing, cement manufacturing, corn refining, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and petrole- Industrial Energy Management—Time Shared Energy Manager Program
um refining. For more information on the ENERGY STAR program, please visit KAUSHIK BHATTACHARJEE, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.M.V.P., Principal, Reipower

SPOTLIGHT Highlighting WEEC 2010’s corporate host


SAIC: Comprehensive energy solutions to increase enterprise effectiveness
For the past 22 years, SAIC has supported U.S. Department of Energy and
Department of Defense in the energy sector. In addition to facility energy efficiency
projects and energy procurement, SAIC supports mission-critical research, develop-
ment, analysis, and implementation of key energy programs.
SAIC is helping state governments and non-governmental organizations develop
protocols for greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory and carbon offsets reliability. SAIC
experts drafted the GHG inventory protocols used by the California Climate Action
Registry and The Climate Registry.
SAIC is helping a major U.S. utility update grid control and management systems
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
to serve 500 members that provide electricity to consumers in 13 states and the
Throughout its history, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has
District of Columbia. SAIC employs advanced modeling techniques to help improve
been solving problems of vital importance to the nation and the world. SAIC’s focus
real-time operation and stem the loss of millions of dollars annually due to grid lim-
on energy effectiveness is driven by the vital impacts of energy, our national securi-
itations and outdated technology.
ty, the global economy, and the health of our planet.
SAIC designed and built the largest-of-its-kind biodiesel facility in the U.S. The
company also played a central role in creating the largest solar community in North
Efficiency Without Compromise
As the financial and environmental costs of energy soar, organizations are look-
SAIC is helping numerous states develop and implement energy efficiency pro-
ing to SAIC for answers that address concerns across their enterprises. With more
grams. SAIC professionals are working with a major U.S. auto manufacturer to drive
than three decades of energy, environmental, and infrastructure experience, SAIC
energy-effectiveness into 38 of its facilities.
works with energy producers and consumers to help them reduce energy demand
With SAIC’s design-build capabilities, the company provides energy-efficient
and improve efficiency in their processes, facilities, and business practices.
design of discrete systems and full facility conceptualization, design, construction,
SAIC’s diverse staff includes scientists, consultants, and technical experts who
and long-term operation. SAIC is also an experienced Energy Service Company
deliver end-to-end results that often can’t be accomplished using traditional “do
(ESCO), using performance contracting to deliver turnkey projects that are financed
more with less” approaches. That’s why SAIC’s projects have won 28 awards in
by energy dollars saved.
recognition of energy-efficient facilities from state governors, defense agencies, the
White House, and the Design-Build Institute of America.
Get to Know SAIC
From small, discrete solutions to enterprise-wide strategies, customers know SAIC
SAIC is a publicly traded [NYSE:SAI] FORTUNE 500® scientific, engineering, and
as a leader in planning, developing, designing, financing, and building innovative
technology applications company, with approximately 45,000 employees worldwide
energy projects.
and revenues of $10.8 billion for its fiscal year ended January 31, 2010.
We help communities, government, industrial, and commercial clients become
The dedicated professionals at SAIC help our clients become energy efficient
energy-effective and sustainable.
without compromising the effectiveness of their operations. In fact, SAIC’s solutions
benefit across the organization to support strategic business goals, the environ-
What We Do
ment, and the bottom line. Get to know SAIC—we are smart people solving hard
SAIC helps energy producers and consumers quantify, manage, and reduce ener-
gy consumption at every possible opportunity in the energy life-cycle. From pur-
For more information, visit SAIC: From Science to Solutions®
chasing energy and implementing greenhouse gas management strategies, through
integrating renewables and constructing energy-efficient capital improvements, Copyright ©2010 SAIC. All rights reserved. SAIC is a registered trademark of Science Applications International Corporation
SAIC helps clients thrive in a financially and carbon-constrained world. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Fortune 500 is a registered trademark of Time, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

EVENTS Other events at WEEC 2010

Your donation is the driving force behind education:

your chance to win a solar electric vehicle
The AEE Foundation will be partnering again this year with Cruise Car, Inc., an alterna-
tive transportation-solution company founded on the principle of providing quality prod-
ucts that enhance your lifestyle. For the fourth year in a row, they have generously donated
a Solar Electric Vehicle to the AEE Foundation to help raise money for the 2010 scholarship
program. One entry in your name will be made for every $50 donation to the AEE
Foundation Scholarship Fund. You can make your donation today on the registration form
on the back page or enter for your chance to win online at
The drawing will be held and a winner announced at the close of the Keynote Luncheon on
Friday, December 10, 2010. For complete details, please visit
Vehicle will be comparable to model shown.

National Capital Chapter Luncheon: Energy Security in a Climate Change Economy

Thursday, December 9, 2010 / 12:00 noon / Presented by The National Capital Chapter of AEE / Seating is limited, register early
The luncheon features a presentation by Brian J. Lally, P.E., who is the Facilities Energy and Utilities Privatization Director for the Deputy Undersecretary of
Defense for Installations and Environment. He is responsible for strategy, policy, and advocacy of DoD installations energy and utility privatization programs. Mr.
Lally provided the following brief synopses of the issues to be included in his presentation: DoD facilities energy security encompasses efficiency, surety, and sus-
tainability. Above all, protection of critical fuel sources for the U.S. and its allies, and to bolstering national defense strategy by improving energy conservation and
embracing power sources other than fossil fuels, is vital to the military, economic, and political elements of the national power. Energy security means having adequate power to conduct criti-
cal missions for the duration of that mission (sufficiency). Secondarily, ensuring resilient energy supplies that are accessible when needed (surety). Finally, that energy supplies must present
the lowest life cycle cost, while considering all statutory and executive order requirements, as well as the impact to mission, community, and environment (sustainability). Reductions in green-
house gas emissions from all forms are going to significantly drive up prices of all commodities. Can DoD and the country afford energy security or is it a matter of leadership and just doing it!
To register, visit and click on “Special Events.”

Corporate and Government Energy Leader / Group Rates For additional information or to
Send a delegation to the Conference and Gain Leadership Recognition customize your package by adding
more attendees or AEE seminars,
Register three (3) or more individuals for the full WEEC conference and not only will you save on the regular $995 rate, contact Bill Kent at
but you will also be recognized as an Energy Leader. To find out more or to sign up, visit This (770) 447-5083, Ext. 217
or email
upgraded level of participation at WEEC 2010 will offer your company the following added benefits:
•Discounted individual conference rate, with a minimum of three (3) registrants. This includes access to
the 15-track conference program, expo, free workshops, networking reception, Banquet on Wednesday,
December 8, Keynote Luncheon on Friday, December 10, a copy of the Proceedings CD, and
luncheons on Wednesday, December 8, and Thursday, December 9, in the expo hall.
•Your logo (if provided) in pre-show attendee promotions.
•Your logo and a link to your company’s website on the official show website:
•Onsite recognition.

The Corporate and Government Energy Leader premier levels of recognition will determine the prominence of your visi-
bility, based on the STAR level your corporation chooses. Those levels of recognition are listed below.
GREEN STAR $15,000: Thirty-five (35) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $34,825.
Three (3) free individual one-year AEE memberships.
BLUE STAR $10,000: Twenty (20) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $19,900.
Two (2) free individual one-year AEE memberships.
RED STAR $ 6,000: Ten (10) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $9,950.
One (1) free individual one-year AEE memberships.
WHITE STAR $ 3,000: Five (5) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $4,975.
CAPITOL ENERGY $ 2,100: Three (3) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $2,985.

EVENTS Other notable events at WEEC 2010

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (“The Stimulus Bill”) includes funding for “job training projects that prepare workers for careers in energy efficiency
and renewable energy.” The U.S. Department of Labor, through the existing Workforce Information Act (WIA) will be responsible for administration of all training under this
Act. The State Department of Labors and WIA Groups have listed AEE as an Eligible Training Provider for specific energy training in several states so far. Although targeted for
the unemployed, funding for this training may be available to anyone looking to increase their occupational skills. AEE is currently approved to provide training through the
WIA in the following states—check back often at as we will be expanding the list frequently: California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho,
Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, New York, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Washington. Contact your local
Workforce Department or Workforce Board at: to see if you qualify for training funding under this program. If AEE is an approved
training provider but the specific training you desire is not currently listed, you may request additional AEE Seminars be added to the list of approved training programs in your
state. For additional information or questions:

Advanced Metering Solutions Energy Champion and Energy Saver

for Federal Agencies Awards Workshop
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 / 9:00 am-5:00 pm Thursday, December 9, 2010 / 1:00 pm-2:00 pm
Federal agencies are in the midst of installing electric, natural gas, and steam meters to
come into compliance with the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and the Energy Independence and
Security Act. Subject to cost effectiveness, all federal buildings must be equipped with
advanced electric meters by 2012 and with gas and steam meters by 2016. The Federal
Energy Management Program, through the Operations and Maintenance Working Group, is The U.S. Department of Energy’s Industrial Technologies Program (ITP) leads the feder-
providing this symposium as an opportunity for feds to compare notes, learn from each ally coordinated effort to improve the nation’s industrial efficiency and competitiveness
other, and see what technology is available in the marketplace that will fill their needs. through a comprehensive effort of education, tools and training, technical assistance, and
This one-day symposium, targeted to reach federal energy managers and contractors, and research and development (R&D). In fiscal year 2010, ITP launched the Energy Management
advanced metering and associated software and system providers, will consist of two sections. Demonstration project as part of the Superior Energy Performance initiative. Now that
The morning session will consist of presentations by federal agencies highlighting their suc- these demonstrations have been completed, ITP would like to explore their accomplish-
cessful applications of advanced metering, data analysis, and diagnostic software. The after- ments and recognize the efforts of the various companies that took part in the project dur-
noon session will feature presentations, panel discussions, and displays by invited metering ing the World Energy Engineering Congress.
hardware and software providers highlighting the apabilities of such systems. Use the reg- Additionally, ITP wishes to recognize several manufacturing plants with Energy
istration form to register for this workshop or visit Champion and Energy Saver awards. ITP presents these awards to U.S. manufacturing
plants for achieving significant energy savings through the implementation of recommen-
dations identified during Save Energy Now energy assessments.
Energy Champion Plants are recognized for more than 250,000 (or 15%) MMBtu total
energy savings, while Energy Saver Plants are acknowledge for more than 75,000 (or 7.5%)
Retrofitting Existing Buildings for Energy MMBtu total energy savings.
The workshop-style information and recognition session will last one hour.
Efficiency and Demand Response
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 / 1:00 pm–3:00 pm / Earns 1.5 CEU for LEED
This event deals with the challenges in retrofitting buildings with pneu-
matically controlled HVAC and solutions to optimize energy use. Compared
with new facilities, existing buildings and plants often have legacy equip-
Career Center—Onsite Industry Expert
ment which wastes energy, requires more maintenance, and incurs more Wednesday, December 8 and Thursday, December 9, 2010
downtime. Complete rip-out and replace strategy is cost prohibitive and very Convention Center Exposition Hall A
disruptive to ongoing operations and occupants. New non-invasive technologies now allow
for retrofits which can take minutes to install, and deliver substantial savings with invest- This year again in the Career Center booth we are pleased to have a National Energy
ment payback of less than 18 months. This presentation will cover actual case studies and Expert available for you to meet: Mark Dillon, President of Natek Energy. Mr. Dillon has over
savings data related to HVAC, lighting, steam, and compressed air retrofits. 20 years of energy placement experience. The firm has led energy recruiting activities for
Highlight: Pneumatic Retrofit Case Study of a 3,000 sq. ft. office building in San Jose, CA. some of the largest global energy service providers and has placed over 1,000 energy pro-
This facility was retrofitted in February, 2009, to participate in PG&E’s Auto-Demand fessionals nationwide. Visitors to the Career Center can get valuable information on enhanc-
Response program and to enable energy efficiency. The project cost 80% less than conven- ing their careers and listings of current and active ENERGY openings. Employers who visit
tional retrofit solutions and took only eight days to complete instead of six month if con- the booth will be able to learn winning strategies for recruiting and retaining skilled ener-
ventional technologies were used. The investment payback period would have been 16 gy professionals and gain insight for future employment trends in the energy industry.
months, but PG&E’s incentives paid for 100% of project costs. The booth will also contain a diversity of information available to bolster your career,
Attend and Learn: Inefficiencies in older facilities—HVAC systems, lighting circuits, including instructions on how to register for the Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for
lighting controls, steam distribution; why they are so hard and costly to retrofit; new Energy Managers—the preparatory course for CEM® certification—and how you can possi-
technologies which enable non-invasive auditing and retrofit which qualify for utility bly enroll for free under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The
incentives; collecting data for ongoing commissioning; case studies of actual projects Association of Energy Engineers has been designated as an Eligible Training Provider for
with M&V data. specific energy training in several states at this time. To see if you qualify for training funds,
Who Should Attend: Building Owners and Managers, Sustainability Officers, Design contact your local Workforce Board at or
Professionals, Commissioning Organizations, Energy Consultants, and particularly individ- contact Visit Booth #124 onsite at WEEC for details.
uals who work with buildings which are 10 years or older. Use the registration form to reg-
ister for this event or visit

Expanding AEE’s Member-Get-

Association of Energy Engineers honors A-Member Program
The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) has reached a milestone by growing to 13,000
as it celebrates the 20th Anniversary members. The 2010 Member-Get-A-Member campaign is more important than ever before; help
your membership base grow to 14,000 by the end of the year.
of the Energy Managers Hall of Fame The 2010 Member-Get-A-Member ( gives you the opportu-
nity to help your colleagues participate in AEE and gain the competitive edge in the marketplace.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT TO BE HONORED For every member you refer, you receive an entry into a special drawing for a 40-inch
At Friday’s Keynote Luncheon, the Association of Energy Engineer’s Energy Managers Hall Samsung 3D LED-LCD HDTV PACKAGE (includes 3D ready Blu-ray player and glasses) which
of Fame will induct its newest members into its prestigious ranks. Selected individuals will will be given away at the WEEC. Visit the link below to learn about the discounts and prizes you
be recognized for their lifetime achievements in promoting both the practices and princi- can earn by signing up your coworkers, clients, and contacts as AEE members. Find out more
ples of energy management. about the program:


Blocks of rooms have been reserved for WEEC participants at the following hotels. To receive special group rates, when calling the hotels, be
sure to mention AEE and the WEEC. Hotels generally fill quickly, and availability after cutoff dates will be very limited, so it is best to reserve
your room as early as possible. For an updated list of hotel accommodations, please visit the website at

Renaissance Penn Quarter (1 walking block to Convention Center) Henley Park Hotel (1.5 walking blocks to Convention Center)
Group rates of $229 (single/double) per night have been arranged Group rates of $234 (single/double) per night have been arranged
for program participants. The hotel room block will be held until for program participants. The hotel room block will be held until
November 15, 2010. November 12, 2010.
999 Ninth Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 926 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, DC 20001
TO REGISTER BY PHONE: (800) 266-9432 TO REGISTER BY PHONE: (202) 414-0503 or (800) 222-8474
Mention Group Code AEE for room block rates. Mention Group Code AEE for room block rates.

Marriott at Metro Center (3 walking blocks to Convention Center) Embassy Suites DC Convention Center
Group rates of $209 (single/double) per night have been arranged (2 walking blocks to Convention Center)
for program participants. The hotel room block will be held until Group rates of $234/$259 (single/double) per night have been
November 15, 2010. arranged for program participants. The hotel room block will be
LOCATION: held until November 5, 2010.
775 12th Street NW, Washington, DC 20005 LOCATION:
900 10th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
TO REGISTER BY PHONE: (202) 737-2200 or (800) 939-2510
Mention Group Code Association of Energy Engineers TO REGISTER BY PHONE: (800) 362-2779
for room block rates. Mention Group Code WEC for special group rates.

Grand Hyatt Washington (2 walking blocks to Convention Center) Red Roof Inn, Washington, DC (4 walking blocks to Convention
Group rates of $259 (single/double) per night have been arranged Center)
for program participants. The hotel room block will be held until Group rates of $189 (single/double) per night have been arranged
November 8, 2010. for program participants. The hotel room block will be held until
LOCATION: November 15, 2010.
1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 LOCATION:
TO REGISTER BY PHONE: (800) 233-1234 500 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Mention Group Code Association of Energy Engineers TO REGISTER BY PHONE: (800) 733-7663
for room block rates. Mention Group Code B254WEE for special group rates.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

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exhibitors. Note: This list is subject to change without notice cacy, designs and implements energy-efficiency projects, pro-
and AEE is not responsible for omissions, errors, or claims motes technology development and deployment, and builds
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educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry tions support. CALIBRE’s dedicated staff of energy profes-
and to foster action for sustainable development. AEE is the sionals has experience in providing energy management
gateway for information on the dynamic field of energy effi- oversight and services, including enterprise energy data
ciency, renewable energy, and carbon reduction strategies. warehousing and reporting, and measurement and verifica-
BEKAERT SPECIALTY FILMS, LLC (BSF) tion conservation measures for new and existing projects.
AEE is in its 33rd year and offers a full array of educational
Solar Gard Window Films, manufactured by Bekaert Special-
and certification programs including seminars, conferences,
ty Films, LLC provide solar control, energy savings, CO2
books, journals, and networking trade shows. The overall
emission reduction, safety, security and glare reduction solu-
strength of AEE is highlighted by a strong membership base
tions for architectural and automotive applications. Commit-
of over 12,000 professionals and 15,000 professionals who
ted to environmentally responsible manufacturing, BSF
have been certified under its programs, including Certified
works with the Clinton Climate Initiative to reduce carbon
Energy Managers (CEM), Certified Sustainable Development
dioxide emissions, has certified its company carbon footprint
Professionals (CSDP), Certified Building Commissioning
to earn the title of Climate Action Leader, and its manufactur-
Professionals (CBCP), Certified Measurement and Verifica-
ing facility is ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2008 certified.
tion Professionals (CMVP), and Certified Lighting Efficiency
Headquartered in San Diego, BSF is a subsidiary of Bekaert CALMAC MANUFACTURING
Professionals (CLEP). The Association’s network of 71 chap-
(Euronext Brussels:BEKB), a global company based in Air conditioning is the main driver of on-peak energy usage.
ters in the U.S. and internationally offer networking opportu-
Belgium whose annual combined sales are €3.3 billion, more IceBank® energy storage uses plentiful nighttime electricity
nities around the world. Further, AEE’s roster of corporate
than $4 billion. to make ice at night for use during peak demand periods the
members is a veritable “Who's Who” of the commercial,
industrial, institutional, governmental, energy services, and next day. By shifting a building’s energy demand from on-
utility sectors. peak to off-peak times, ice storage decreases cooling costs by
up to 40% and reduces both source energy consumption and
greenhouse gas emissions.


BEKO is an international company that develops, manufac-
tures, and sells components and systems for the quality of
ATLANTIC ENERGY CONCEPTS The professionals at Calvert-Jones Company, Inc. enjoy a
your compressed air.
Atlantic Energy Concepts, located in Reading, PA, helps com- safe, drug- and crime-free healthy work environment. Rec-
panies realize immediate energy savings and long-term posi- ognized in 2005 by the Air Conditioning Contractors Asso-
tive cash flow benefits by upgrading to energy-efficient light- ciation, (ACCA) and The Heating and Air Conditioning and
ing systems that greatly reduce energy, maintenance, and Refrigeration News as “The Best Contractor to Work For,”
overhead costs. Our turnkey installation means that we do Calvert-Jones attracts, employs, and retains the finest local
every project from start to finish, beginning with a lighting and national talent. Treating people kindly, with respect,
audit, moving on to a proposal of the most energy-efficient courtesy, and honesty has enabled Calvert-Jones to be rec-
lighting scenario, followed by ordering of materials needed ognized as a highly ethical company within the business
BENJAMIN ELECTRIC COMPANY community, the equipment manufacturing sector, the engi-
for the job, through to performing installation and follow-up
Manufacturer of quality power distribution systems that fea- neering community, as well as among our subcontractors
to your complete satisfaction. These turnkey installation
ture advanced technological innovations including the latest and vendors with whom we have relationships. This alle-
capabilities allow us to provide a comprehensive portfolio of
addition to our product line—The Benjamin ArcLight Panel- giance to relationships has enabled Calvert-Jones to part-
energy cost-saving technologies and services. We offer ener-
board—a controllable circuit breaker panel that can commu- ner effectively with the best providers of highly specialized
gy audits to building-wide upgrades of lighting systems,
nicate with any lighting control or building automation sys- services including remediation, abatement, and third
HVAC and controls, as well as post-installation maintenance.
tem and software. As the manufacturer, we can offer the flex- party, independent environmental testing and consulting
ibility of numerous configurations for new and retrofit appli- firms organizations. Regardless of the size and scope of
cations. Our products are UL listed. your needs, you will have peace of mind knowing that
Calvert-Jones will utilize all of our resources to maximize
the efficiency of our response and to reduce system down-
time and disruption within the building to maximize pro-
ductivity and cost savings. As a performance-oriented ser-
ATLAS COPCO COMPRESSORS vice provider, Calvert-Jones has the capability, experience,
Atlas Copco Compressors develops manufactures, markets, and, most importantly, the commitment to deliver the level
and services oil-free and oil-injected stationary air compres- of response and performance you demand. Calvert-Jones is
sors, air treatment equipment, and air management systems. at your service, 24 hours a day, every day.
Atlas Copco has a focus on exceeding customer needs with a BENZ AIR ENGINEERING, INC.
culture built on ongoing interaction, long-term relationships, We can achieve “Superboiler” status reaching over 95% effi-
and a commitment to understanding each customer’s process ciency and 3 ppm NOx. Reduce your carbon footprint and
and objectives. As a result, every compressed air solution we save money. Current projects include NKB Bangor Naval
create helps customers operate with greater efficiency, econ- Base and Annapolis Naval Academy. We provide the best
omy, and productivity. solution to improve energy consumption of existing steam
systems and heat recovery, while extending equipment CAN2GO
longevity and maintaining/achieving full rated steam capaci- The CAN2GO technology and line of products have been
ty. The cost and energy savings are amazing and immediate. developed by company SCL Elements Inc. SCL Elements is
focused on providing simple and flexible solutions to the
challenges associated with monitoring environmental para-
AUTANI CORPORATION meters and controlling processes. We have developed patent-
Autani is a Clean Tech company that provides advanced auto- ed technologies in these areas to offer our clientele reliable
mation products and services to significantly reduce energy and easy-to-use products that can be up and running in min-
consumption in buildings and homes. Autani’s energy effi- utes. Our expertise is gained through close collaboration
ciency solutions enable owners and tenants to integrate mea- with industrial partners, universities, governmental institu-
surement and control of all their energy consumption (HVAC, tions, and hospitals.
lighting, plug loads, computers, appliances, etc.) for opti-
mized savings. Unparalleled energy conservation and cost BETALED
reduction is achieved using advanced wireless sensors and BetaLED, a division of Ruud Lighting, Inc., is a U.S.-based
controls coupled with “smart” software, making real-time manufacturer of high-quality LED lighting for general out-
adjustments based on time of day, presence of people, natur- door and indoor illumination. With over 4,000 installations
al light levels, inside/outside temperature, and current cost in more than 1,000 cities worldwide, BetaLED has demon-
of energy. While other providers focus on controlling one strated proven performance in LED lighting. BetaLED light-
aspect of energy consumption, Autani unites these systems ing solutions are available for a variety of applications
through a single control source that maximizes the potential including LEDway™ streetlights, and THE EDGE® branded
roadway, area, tunnel, canopy, security, parking structure, CAPSTONE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS:
savings. Lower system and installation costs and outstanding REAGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC./
energy savings combine to deliver an extremely rapid system flood, and pathway lights. Visit to view
our project gallery and find out how you can save energy, E-FINITY DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
payback, averaging 1.5-2.5 years. Additionally, Autani’s prod- Founded in 1988, Capstone Turbine Corporation develops,
ucts can integrate with intelligent smart grid demand- reduce maintenance, and increase lighting performance with
a BetaLED lighting solution. manufactures, sells, and services microturbine technology
response technologies to deliver additional savings to both solutions. The Capstone MicroTurbine® is similar to a
the user and energy provider. Located in Columbia MD, miniature jet engine in a case the size of a sub-zero refrig-
Autani was founded in 2006 based on a desire to reduce glob- erator. Capstone turbines generate electrical power and
al energy waste by developing energy efficiency systems for usable exhaust heat which can provide hot water, steam, or
both commercial and residential markets that deliver break- drive an absorption chiller for air conditioning, among
through affordability and savings. other uses. Clean, efficient distributed generation offers a
variety of societal and customer benefits. Capstone micro-
BLUE RIDGE TECHNOLOGIES turbines provide consistent output without fluctuations and
Blue Ridge Technologies is a privately held company based in are UL1741 certified, allowing interconnection with the util-
Marietta, GA, that closely partners with leading Building ity grid. Another benefit of the Capstone Turbine is that a
Automation System (BAS) companies and OEM’s to be each traditional backup diesel generator may not be needed,
partner’s preferred lighting control solutions provider. Blue eliminating them as a source of even greater exhaust emis-
AWARENESS IDEAS, DIVISION OF FLEXI DISPLAY Ridge develops and delivers compelling engineered lighting sions. As the utility grid begins to lose frequency or voltage provides energy conservation and technologies that are native to each partners systems, tools control, the facility loads can be switched off of the utility
environmental awareness marketing products that deal and processes. Partners that adopt Blue Ridge Technologies grid, and electric and heat energy are sustained by the
with employee participation and community awareness experience a substantial reduction in lighting integration risk microturbines.
themes. Our products cost little and save a lot. We have sim- and are better positioned to focus on their core competencies.
ple turnkey solutions to your energy messaging needs and
we offer complete custom services as needed. Our website
offers many product ideas including energy posters, energy
decals, banners, signs, displays, energy handouts, and awards.
CentiMark is a full-service commercial and industrial roof-
ing contractor offering a full complement of roofing solu-
tions: roof systems, emergency leak service, roof repair,
maintenance programs, and multiple site roof inspections.
BADGER METER. INC. BUILDING PERFORMANCE EQUIPMENT, INC. (BPE) Our re-roofing services are typically on flat roofs utilizing
When you require flow measurement solutions that deliver Building Performance Equipment provides a complete line of EPDM roofs (rubber roofing), TPO, bitumen roof, spray
the information you need when you need it, Badger Meter energy recovery ventilators. We can provide 100% of your polyurethane foam and coatings. We proudly serve North
has the answer. Badger Meter is a leading flow measurement fresh air needs for as little as 10% of the cost! At BPE you’re America as the largest roofing contractor with local offices
and control products manufacturer, serving water utilities, saving more than money. in your area.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

clients for their longevity and pleasing appearance. The Crom cost-effective instruments are used by energy professionals
Corporation has designed and built over 3400 tanks for water worldwide for measurement and verification studies; electri-
storage and wastewater treatment. Since 1952, The Crom Cor- cal load profiling, and energy audits.
CHEMWORKS FILTRATION poration has developed and constantly improved water tank
Chemworks Filtration’s cooling tower filtration offers high- technology focusing on these important attributes: Guaran-
efficiency water filters that cut cooling system energy costs. teed watertightness, structural integrity, greatest life-cycle
The filters maximize chiller performance and provide a one- economy, and best aesthetic appearance. The Crom Corpora-
year payback. Other applications include closed loops, tion has become the preeminent prestressed concrete tank
potable water, decorative fountains, pre-RODI, and waste- construction company by successfully building water storage
Dialight (LSE: DIA.L) defines the current state of LED light-
water. tanks using the AWWA D110—Type II method. The Crom
ing technology with continues innovations in light output,
Corporation currently constructs over 100 tanks per year.
efficacy, and reliability for their complete line of high-speci-
fication lighting fixtures designed for industrial, commercial,
hazardous location, transportation, and infrastructure appli-

Clear-Vu Lighting designs and manufactures LED-based
products for advanced transit, industrial, and commercial
lighting applications. The company’s high-value solutions CRUISE CAR, INC.
focus on energy efficiency, safety, and enhanced ergonom- Cruise Car/Eco Trans Alliance is the leading global provider of DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE
ics. With clients ranging from municipalities, state agen- environmentally friendly low-speed transportation solutions. Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide is the only international
cies, and utilities to large-scale manufacturers and startups As the largest supplier of solar electric vehicles, the company magazine dedicated to the products, technologies, and indus-
alike, Clear-Vu Lighting demonstrates insight and under- also offers solar power ports and other innovative products to try news of reciprocating engines and industrial turbines for
standing in building high-value solutions across multiple organizations seeking to reduce operating expenses and car- power generation, oil and gas, marine propulsion, and rail
platforms. bon footprint while increasing fleet efficiencies (GSA). traction installations. If it’s in the engine room, it’s covered in
Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide.

Cypress Envirosystems is a subsidiary of Cypress Semicon-
ductor (NYSE: CY). Its mission is to save energy and improve DISTRIBUTED ENERGY MAGAZINE
CLIMATEMASTER The Journal of Energy Efficiency and Reliability, reaches
productivity in older plants and buildings, using state-of-the-
ClimateMaster offers the widest range of watersource and more than 20,000 subscribers. Published 6 times annually,
art noninvasive, and wireless technologies to minimize dis-
geothermal heat pumps from any manufacturer, anywhere. Distributed Energy addresses the concerns of the readers
ruption and cost, delivering payback of 12 months or less. Go
From schools to government buildings, multi-family hous- regarding the vulnerability of their operations and facilities
from pneumatic to DDC in minutes!
ing to office space, ClimateMaster has the product you to power interruptions and explores solutions for increasing
need. And with more than 50 years of earth-friendly expe- energy self-reliance.
rience, you can count on ClimateMaster to deliver superior
products and service. But you expect that from the industry
In the new world of deregulating energy markets, high ener- E-Mon D-Mon metering products and systems allow com-
gy costs, environmental focus, and converging technologies, mercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-family users to
Danfoss Turbocor’s mission is to redefine lifetime operating identify exactly how, when, and where energy is used in a
costs for commercial HVAC applications. It is dedicated to the facility. Monitored loads can include lighting circuits, heating
design, manufacture, marketing, and support of the world’s and cooling systems, tenant spaces, common areas, produc-
COMMISSIONING AGENTS, INC. most efficient and first totally oil-free commercial refrigerant
At Commissioning Agents, Inc., we focus on manufacturing tion equipment, or entire buildings. Meters can interface
compressors. With its breakthrough convergence of industri- with E-Mon Energy AMR software for automatic reading,
processes and facilities, with services including commission- ally proven component technologies, the Turbocor compres-
ing, qualification, validation, manufacturing process im- billing, as well as graphic profiling of energy use for demand
sors promise new horizons in energy efficiency, reliability, analysis and efficiency programs.
provement, technology transfer, process analytical technolo- and lifetime operating costs for mid-range chiller and rooftop
gy, maintenance programs, operating procedures, training, HVAC applications.
and cGMP compliance. Our expertise is facilities and manu-
facturing processes. We specialize in the biotech, pharma-
ceutical, and medical device manufacturing industry.
Eaton Corporation’s PowerChain Management solutions are
sustainable by design, helping our customers achieve their
DAVIDGE CONTROLS business goals while maintaining environmentally sustain-
Davidge Controls started business as Davidge Corporation in able enterprises. Products such as Eaton’s state-of-the-art UPSs,
COMPRESSED AIR BEST PRACTICES MAGAZINE 1982 making CP/M computers. When the IBM PC made the variable speed drives lighting controls and power metering help
Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine assists Energy CP/M operating system obsolete, the company transferred its to conserve energy, increase efficiency, and measure the re-
Managers, Sustainability Officers, and Energy Auditors by technology base to process control systems that it made for a sults. Eaton products and services may contribute up to 27
providing information on industrial energy efficiency. Energy variety of OEM customers. In 1990, Davidge Corporation points in nearly all LEED categories. Eaton is committed to
Auditors share detailed case studies on kW and CO2 reduc- formed a joint venture with Separate Systems, Inc. and pro- sustainable solutions—for our customers and for ourselves.
tion projects. Our editors profile a sustainability program at duced access control systems under the SSI Access Controls
an industrial firm almost every month and also provide name. One of the products made under the SSI name was an
updates on energy rebate programs offered by utility compa- electric meter reading system that read old style meters that
nies. While the focus is on compressed air optimization open and close a switch for every kilowatt hour of power
opportunities, we also feature articles on heat recovery, used. While the system worked, it was expensive to install
HVAC, boilers, lighting, demand response, and other energy and maintain. An additional problem was keeping the meter
reduction opportunities. Subscriptions are free to qualified readings synchronized; the pulses the meters sent to the EFT ENERGY INC.
readers. mechanical counters sometimes failed to increment the EFT Inc. provides superior web based enterprise energy man-
counter while the computer read the switch closure as anoth- agement software that empowers businesses to measure,
er kilowatt hour used. An awkward situation then developed monitor, and manage energy consumption and expense
when the customer compared the reading on his bill with the across all utilities in real time. Companies using this simple
mechanical counter reading at the meter. There had to be a but powerful management tool have seen significant cost sav-
better way. Davidge Controls now produces a line of inex- ings, in some cases up to 20% or more. EFT’s Energy
pensive watt hour meters designed for marinas, RV parks, Manager software is comprehensive, flexible, and extremely
Constellation Energy is a leading supplier of energy products
and time-share condo developments. These meters can be user friendly. It offers unparalleled simplicity with intuitive
and services to wholesale and retail electric and natural gas
read directly by a personal computer using one of two instal- navigation and exceptional drilldown functionality. Energy
customers. It owns a diversified fleet of generating units
lation technologies: directly wired to the computer or using Manager is designed so that all reports are just “3 clicks
located in the U.S. and Canada, totaling approximately 8,900
the power lines themselves to transmit the data. away”! Please visit us at booth 633 in the Green Street section.
megawatts of generating capacity, and is among the leaders
pursuing the development of new nuclear plants in the U.S.
The company delivers electricity and natural gas through the
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), its regulated
utility in central Maryland. A Fortune 500 company head- ELECTRO INDUSTRIES / GAUGE TECH
quartered in Baltimore, Constellation Energy had revenues of Electro Industries/GaugeTech, the leader in web access power
$15.6 billion in 2009. and energy monitoring, manufactures a complete line of dig-
Defense Holdings, Inc. provides energy-saving photolumi-
nescent (PL), nontoxic, nonradioactive, nonelectric (passive) ital energy and revenue meters for commercial submetering,
safety markings to government and commercial customers. energy management and power quality analysis.
DHi uniquely conducts product R&D, manufacturing, instal-
lation, and aftermarket customer support. DHi’s AfterGlow®
and AfterGlo® PL safety products, including paint, are used in
CONTINENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS buildings, ships, aircraft, and tactical and commercial vehicles.
WattNode® Power and Energy Meters: Continental Control
Systems specializes in the design and manufacture of the ELSPEC NORTH AMERICA
WattNode AC (kW) power and (kWh) energy meters. Avail- ELSPEC is a global leader in providing power quality solu-
able products include MODBUS, standard PULSE-OUTPUT tions for the commercial, industrial, and utility markets.
and LONWORKS® Watt/hour WATTNODE transducers that DELTA PRODUCTS CORPORATION Since 1988, ELSPEC has developed and marketed compre-
offer interoperable power, energy, and energy demand meter- Delta is a global leader in power electronics with a mission hensive electrical power quality solutions along with cutting-
ing. Applications include: PV System Energy Measurement, “to provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions edge electrical network analysis and management technolo-
Net Metering, Utility and Facility Submetering —Equipment for a better tomorrow.” We have implemented green, lead- gies. ELSPEC’s innovative products help companies save
Operation and Performance Monitoring—Measurement/ free production for many years and are committed to envi- energy and optimize network efficiency.
Verification of Power and Energy Production and Consump- ronmental protection. Our focus on power, industrial
tion, Building Automation and Control. automation, and energy savings has lead us to develop a new
HVAC control solution for commercial buildings.


Making buildings work . . . Better. EMC has 30 years of expe-
rience creating high performing sustainable new buildings
and optimizing energy performance in existing buildings. Our
DENT INSTRUMENTS, INC. expertise in energy modeling and analysis, advanced building
THE CROM CORPORATION Established in 1988, DENT Instruments manufactures automation systems, creative mechanical and electrical de-sign,
The Crom Corporation specializes in the design and construc- portable energy and power measurement instruments and construction management, and building commissioning and
tion of secure, high-quality, virtually maintenance-free pre- data loggers. DENT products provide meaningful energy data retro-commissioning is unmatched. Come to our booth and
stressed concrete water tanks. Crom Prestressed Concrete that is used to accurately allocate energy costs, identify ener- find out how we can help you save money, improve comfort,
Tanks are highly regarded by both municipal and industrial gy cost-savings opportunities, and lower utility bills. These and increase productivity in your building environment.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

EnviroTower provides a proven, reliable solution for maxi- FLIR SYSTEMS
EMCO FLOW SYSTEMS mizing energy and water efficiencies while minimizing envi-
Over 40 years of flow solutions and customer satisfaction FLIR’s new MeterLink™ technology enables wireless data
ronmental impacts of cooling towers. EnviroTower’s cus- transfer from our Extech moisture and electrical measurement
ensure your receive a quality flow instrument that meets tomers are major North American commercial, retail, indus-
your application needs. Our dedication to customer satisfac- tools via Bluetooth™ to select FLIR thermal cameras. Data and
trial, and institutional building owners/managers that are image are integrated in-camera to provide accurate, time-sav-
tion, innovation, and technology has established EMCO as a under increased pressure to reduce operating costs and
manufacturer of precision flow meter and control instru- ing, error-free information. Voice-annotated data including
improve the overall sustainability of their operations. The current, voltage, moisture meter, and psychrometer readings
mentation. Our worldwide sales staff, service-orientated engi- company enables organizations to drive down energy and
neers, and support personnel strive to evaluate your needs to can be transformed within the camera to crisp PDF inspection
water costs through clean, comprehensive water condition- reports, easily shared with clients via USB memory stick.
provide an instrument and service beyond the expected. ing system and service that delivers consistent, measurable
results. The EnviroTower solution includes a patented water
conditioning system and leading-edge remote system moni-
toring capabilities, all supported by a comprehensive service
program to ensure that customers receive the maximum
return on their clean cooling tower water conditioning. FLOW CONTROL INDUSTRIES, INC.
EMO ENERGY SOLUTIONS, LLC Flow Control Industries is the industry pioneer in optimizing
EMO is an energy efficiency and sustainable design consult- HVAC hydronic systems through pressure independent con-
ing firm supporting the residential, commercial, govern- trol. The patented design, development, and application of
ment, and industrial sectors. We focus on energy auditing, pressure independent DeltaPValves® revolutionizes hot and
energy simulation modeling, and a variety of green building chilled water system design, operation, and efficiency.
EnviroSep designs and manufactures integrated solutions for
and LEED project support services including Commission- Introduced in 1990, DeltaPValves® remain the market leader
fluid handling, heat transfer, and energy recovery. Capabili-
ing, monitoring and verification, documentation and design with unmatched quality and guaranteed delta T performance.
ties range from small, standardized pumping equipment
assistance, and credit evaluations. packages to complex, engineered systems. As reflected in our
corporate identity, EnviroSep systems often help customers
improve both environmental responsibility and energy effi-
ciency. EnviroSep has earned an enviable reputation for fast
response, flexibility, and timely delivery of dependable sys-
ENERG MAGAZINE tems, resulting in a growing base of loyal customers. FUELCELL ENERGY, INC.
enerG Magazine is an exciting bi-monthly publication that EnviroSep is a full-service, engineering and manufacturing DFC® fuel cells are generating power at over 50 locations
focuses on the advances in alternative energy sources and firm that provides a full spectrum of cost-effective, engineer- worldwide. The company’s power plants have generated over
how these alternative energy resources can be utilized. It ing and manufacturing services specializing in Totally 500 million kWh of power using a variety of fuels including
covers all areas of alternative energy, including wind, solar, Integrated Engineered Systems. Our Engineered Systems are renewable wastewater gas, biogas from beer and food pro-
biomass, geothermal, and biofuels, such as ethanol. enerG’s typically custom designed for a site-specific use, as opposed cessing, as well as natural gas and other hydrocarbon fuels.
target audience are the people who are moving alternative to pre-manufactured, “one-size-fits-all,” equipment. Our FuelCell Energy has partnerships with major power plant
energy forward, who are actively designing, implementing, expertise is in industrial and commercial applications of flu- developers and power companies around the world. The
or working on the imminent implementation of new alterna- ids handling, wastewater treatment, and thermodynamics company also receives funding from the U.S. Department of
tive energy sources for their communities and businesses. equipment. We also offer Professional Engineering Consult- Energy and other government agencies for the development
ing Services in the areas of facilities and environmental engi- of leading-edge technologies such as fuel cells.
neering. EnviroSep provides turnkey services from conceptu-
al design to construction and installation.
EnergyCAP, Inc., based in State College, PA, publishes the
best selling energy efficiency software. With online and
installed software for organizations of any size, EnergyCAP
Developed by eSight Energy, Inc., eSight is the most sophis- The largest manufacturer dedicated solely to the design and
delivers powerful energy and greenhouse gas tracking,
ticated energy management suite available worldwide. eSight production of electronic ballasts and transformers, Fulham
reporting, analyzing, and benchmarking capabilities. An in-
provides powerful techniques for targeting specific areas of roared into 2008 with a greater variety of high-quality lighting
dustry leader for 30 years, EnergyCAP provides implemen-
energy usage to identify $$ savings. Able to integrate with vir- products than ever before. Long known for fine electronic bal-
tation, bill processing, training, and maintenance services.
tually any type of data onsite (meters, loggers, BAS, SCADA, lasts, we’ve begun building an equal reputation for fine
EnergyCAP is an “Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company” and
spreadsheets etc), eSight is an extremely intuitive, 100% web- lamps—as well as electronic transformers, LED arrays and dri-
has recorded double-digit sales growth for the last five years.
based solution. Visit us in Booth 726, to find out how eSight vers, emergency lighting, signage ballasts, refrigeration bal-
can help you start saving money and energy today. lasts, controllers, wiring harnesses, ionizers, and custom
assemblies. Through the tremendous global growth we’ve
been blessed with in the last few years, we at Fulham have
remained dedicated to servicing our clients new and old, near
ENERGY CURTAILMENT SPECIALISTS, INC. (ECS) and far, to the same standards they’ve grown accustomed to.
Energy Curtailment Specialists is a private administrator of
demand side management, energy efficiency, and smart grid ESRI
services. ECS can design, execute, and manage those initia- ESRI® leads the international geographic information system
tives on a consultative, project oversight, or implementation (GIS) software industry with innovative solutions that help
basis. We develop and deploy strategies to maximize market more than 300,000 organizations create, manage, visualize,
penetration of technologies and service working in a turnkey, and analyze information. Our clients use ArcGIS® software to FULL SPECTRUM SOLUTIONS
collaborative, or private label fashion on behalf of utility and unlock the spatial component of their data and quickly make EverLast® Induction Lighting, A Product of Full Spectrum
end-use clients in markets across North America. effective decisions. Solutions. EverLast® Induction Lighting is a leading manufac-
turer of energy-efficient lighting solutions for roadway, park-
ing structure, facility, and area lighting applications. Patented
Pending EverLast® fixtures have an unmatched lamp life of
100,000 hours, reduce energy costs between 50% -70% over
EXHAUSTO, INC HPS/HID, and far surpass LED lighting in terms of efficiency
ENERGY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES (EST) and economy. EverLast® manufactures its newest line of ener-
EXHAUSTO is a world-class leader in Demand Controlled
With over 30 years experience in the Energy and Building gy-efficient induction light fixtures in its 72,000 sq. ft. LEED
Ventilation and under the trade name “GREENVEX” we also
Integration/Automation business Energy Systems Technol- manufacturing facility. The U.S.-made EverLast® Induction
supply sophisticated flue gas heat recovery systems that
ogies is poised to support every BAS requirement. EST is a Cobra Head and Shoe Box fixtures integrate 80% recycled
increase boiler efficiency up to 98% and recover water. We
smart building systems distributor that sets itself apart by polycarbonate resin in each fixture body, making them one of
combine quality components, superior technology, and expe-
providing total building solutions as well as components. We the most eco-friendly commercial fixtures on the market.
rienced personnel to deliver “green solutions” that are eco-
help grow businesses and increase profitability by offering
nomical, environmentally sustainable, aesthetically pleasing,
our customers more solutions to run their buildings more
and reliable.
efficiently. EST specializes in HVAC, lighting, metering, and
security products and services. We can assist in each of these
areas individually or demonstrate how they can be brought THE FULTON COMPANIES
together to work as one combined interoperable system. Fulton specializes in custom engineered industrial and com-
Today’s facilities are equipped with a wide range of comput- mercial heating systems featuring steam boilers, hot water
erized systems and devices to control HVAC, energy manage- and hydronic boilers, thermal fluid heaters, temperature con-
ment, lighting, and security. The integration and interoper- trol units, and a full range of ancillary equipment. With man-
ability between these systems and equipment is critical in to ufacturing facilities in the U.S., Great Britain, and China,
improving operations, lowering costs, and achieving the secu- FINANCIAL EXECUTIVES INTERNATIONAL (FEI)
Fulton is a worldwide leader in the development of heat trans-
rity and comfort demanded in today’s dynamic business FEI is the leading advocate for the views of corporate financial
fer products. Backed by over 60 years of research, innovation,
environment. management. Its 15,000 members hold policy-making posi-
and experience, Fulton is building on a tradition of success
tions as chief financial officers, treasurers, and controllers. FEI
and focused on improving life through heat transfer solutions.
enhances member professional development through peer
networking, career management services, conferences, tele-
conferencing, and publications. Members participate in the
activities of 85 chapters, 74 in the U.S., and 11 in Canada.
EnerNOC is a leading developer and provider of clean and
FEI’s mission is to advance the success of senior-level
intelligent power solutions to commercial, institutional, and FUNCTIONAL DEVICES, INC.
financial executives, their organizations, and the profes-
industrial customers, as well as electric power grid operators Functional Devices, Inc., a leading U.S. manufacturer since
sion. Since 1931, FEI has been connecting members
and utilities. Our technology-enabled demand response and 1969, delivers quality electronic devices to the HVAC, build-
through: interaction—providing local and international
energy management solutions help optimize the balance of ing controls, energy management, and lighting industries.
forums for connecting you with your peers; information—
electric supply and demand. We use our Network Operations Our core offerings include prepackaged relays, current sen-
providing you with insight to assist in informed business
Center, or NOC, to remotely manage electricity consumption sors, power control, power supplies, transformers, and acces-
decisions; influence—providing authoritative representa-
across a network of end-use customer sites and make electric sories. Functional Devices continues with new innovations
tion for your interests; integrity—providing the tools to
capacity and energy available to grid operators and utilities for the emerging energy savings market. Check out our
advance the professional through ethical leadership.
on demand. newest plug and play devices: Evaporator Fan Controllers for
walk-in coolers and freezers, and Half-Light Ballast Control-
lers for up to 50% energy savings for lighting.

Members of the EnOcean Alliance, an international consor-
tium of currently 150 companies, subscribe to the common FLEXIM AMERICAS CORPORATION GATES CORPORATION
goal of reducing building energy waste via energy harvesting FLEXIM is known for its cutting-edge engineering and quali- Gates Corporation is one of the world’s largest manufacturers
and wireless controls—while maintaining true interoperabili- ty ultrasonic Flowmeters. Ultrasonic flow measurement has of high-tech, high-performance belt drive systems. By pro-
ty between respective Alliance member controls. The core become a standard for BTU measurement. Its high turndown viding expert belt drive solutions, Gates customers have
technology of the Alliance centers around EnOcean’s patent- range, excellent accuracy, and retrofit installation make it the saved millions of dollars each year through simple conver-
ed energy harvesting and radio-frequency technology offer- meter of choice. FLEXIM takes ultrasonic technology to a sions that have improved efficiency, productivity, and drive
ing self-powered wireless operation in the form of flexibly new level with certified traceable accuracy of BOTH flow and life while reducing their energy and maintenance expense.
positioned, maintenance-free sensor solutions. temperature measurement. Run with the original, run with us.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

ny developed a fumehood energy-saving mechanism placed
into a sash opening to give technicians the movement and
mobility they have with an open sash, as well as to reduce
the amount of wasted conditioned air to be exhausted from
the laboratory to meet OSHA guidelines. Its solution con-
GEXPRO sists of two movable continuous access ports on a track sys-
HESS CORPORATION tem, which allows the ports to slide independently back and
Gexpro is a world-class electrical, security, and voice and
Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES), with headquarters in New forth through a barrier film that mitigates the need for
data products supplier with the resources to get customers
York, is a globally integrated energy company. Hess Energy is exhausting conditioned room air, as well as mitigates the
what they need, where and when they need it. We have over
the largest provider of electricity, natural gas, and fuel oil to release of fumehood contaminants into the laboratory from
250,000 SKUs, more than $250MM in inventory, 3.5MM
commercial and industrial customers in the 18-state market spills, splashes, and laboratory room air dynamics. The com-
square feet of warehouse, 150+ locations, and 2,500 employ-
area in which it operates. Hess Energy also offers customers pany’s solution is a retrofit for all existing fumehoods resulting
ees. We have a dedicated Energy Solutions team that can help
a unique suite of smart and sustainable energy solutions to in lower energy costs and improved fumehood containment.
you with energy-efficiency solutions and products, including
manage their energy more effectively and responsibly.
lamps, light fixtures, LED lighting, occupancy sensors, solar,
motors and drives, and energy audits.


Honeywell Building Solutions installs, integrates, and main- J&D is a professional corporation that designs and develops
tains the systems that keep facilities safe, comfortable, effi- voltage and current sensors which are main components of
cient, and productive. We’re also a global leader in energy power and current monitoring systems in Smart Grid indus-
services, working with organizations to conserve energy, try. We have various standard facility lines such as over 300
optimize building operations, and leverage renewable energy products to satisfy with customer needs and we try our best
sources. Since the 1980s, Honeywell has completed more to offer prompt, innovative, and accurate solution to our cus-
than 5,000 energy-efficiency projects in facilities across the tomer. Main products: Voltage and Current Transformer for
GLACIAL ENERGY globe. We have also helped 5 million homeowners decrease meter grade 0.1/0.2/0.5/1.0, Split Core Current Transformer,
Glacial Energy is one of the fastest growing national retail their energy use through our work with utilities. Combined, Flexible Rogowski Coil Transducer, Hall-Effect Voltage and
energy marketers selling electricity to commercial, industri- this work is expected to deliver more than $5 billion in ener- Current Sensor.
al, and institutional customers in 16 markets where deregula- gy and operational savings.
tion has been legislated. Additionally, Glacial Natural Gas,
Inc., a subsidiary of Glacial Energy, is now licensed to sell
natural gas in six states.


Kaeser Compressors is the leader in providing reliable and
Howard Lighting Products is committed to a brighter future,
energy-efficient rotary screw compressors and accessories
and we’re doing our part by designing and manufacturing
for the industrial user. At the same time, we recognize that
energy-saving lighting that is safer and preserves the envi-
having efficient components is only part of the efficiency pic-
ronment. We offer a full line of high-quality, fluorescent and
ture. The greatest efficiency gains are achieved through prop-
HID ballasts, fixtures, and lamps for both commercial and
er system design. In the course of helping many customers
residential uses. Howard Lighting is your source for depend-
achieve better energy and production efficiencies, Kaeser has
able lighting products, now, and in the future.
refined and improved air audit techniques. The result is our
GLOBAL ENERGY SERVICES (GES) Air Demand Analysis (ADA) program. No other approach
Global Energy Services is a MBE/DBE & WBENC “Certified offers ADA’s unique combination of affordability, conve-
Woman Business Enterprise” turnkey lighting retrofit com- nience, and completeness. As an ENERGY STAR Partner and
pany that is committed to helping companies realize imme- U.S. Department of Energy Allied Partner, Kaeser is committed
diate energy savings by offering cost-effective solutions to helping industrial users increase compressed air system per-
through energy-efficient lighting. Our goal is to reduce ener- formance while saving energy and reducing maintenance costs.
gy, maintenance, and overhead costs that will directly impact
and increase your net profit and improve the value of your ICE KUBE SYSTEMS
building. From start to finish, we’ll provide a construction Ice Kube Systems has manufactured heat pumps designed for
grade lighting audit, detailed and accurate proposal that use in integrated GeoExchange systems since 1995. Our goal
guarantees the energy savings, followed by ordering material is to provide building owners with the most cost-effective
needed for the job, through to utilizing our in-house labor mechanical systems possible. To achieve this, we work close-
performing the installation. Global Energy Services is the ly with all the stakeholders: the building owners and opera-
“turnkey lighting retrofit company” you can depend on, with tors, the architects and engineers, the contractors and the
a 100% satisfaction guarantee. people using the buildings. Low energy consumption and
low energy cost are important, as are low operating and
maintenance costs. Only when these are truly achieved does KVAR ENERGY SAVINGS
the building become economically and environmentally sus- Mr. Gregory Taylor started working on this idea in 1976.
tainable. Moving into the 1980’s, the vision for the company was start-
ed and by 1995 he had invented the KVAR Energy Controller
(KEC) Unit and received the patent. Currently there are 93
different combinations of equipment derived from our
GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY patented sizing apparatus and methods 62 three-phase com-
Graybar specializes in supply chain management services mercial applications, and 31 single-phase applications. We
and distribution of high-quality components, equipment, are an environmentally aware company and our products
Ingersoll Rand Air Solutions provides industrial grade com-
and materials for the electrical and telecommunications in- have been tested for all compliances. We are currently
pressed air systems, tools and pumps, and material and fluid
dustries. Please plan on visiting our booth and meet our expanding to the worldwide market serving Japan, Saudi,
handling systems. Ingersoll Rand’s air compressor portfolio
specialized federal government and DOD Account Costa Rico, Mexico, Europe, and the U.S. Our sales volumes
spans from 2 to 5,000 HP in a variety of technologies de-
Managers. Gray-bar is your one-stop shop for all energy effi- are expected to exceed $21 million for the year 2008. We are
signed and implemented to meet your specific needs. Over
ciency products. looking for distributors in all markets and manufacturer reps
100 years of innovative design has enabled Ingersoll Rand to
to distribute our products.
offer ground-breaking solutions that increase productivity,
lower operating costs, and increase revenue via world class
service and support. Using cutting-edge system audits and air
flow optimization tools, Ingersoll Rand offers a national team
of engineers dedicated to your system design by reducing
energy on a case by case basis.
GREENTECH ENERGY SERVICES kWhOURS, Inc. is a mobile data collection, management,
GreenTech Energy Services is an innovative energy conserva- and connectivity software platform for commercial and
tion company that analyzes your current energy use and industrial energy audits. We aim to assist our clients in cut-
upgrades with energy-efficient retrofits recommended by the ting out the manual, repetitive tasks associated with the audit
EPA ENERGY STAR Building® Program. GreenTech Energy INTEGRATED METERING SYSTEMS so that they can turn their attention to the parts of the audit
Services represents your company’s future: better energy use Integrated Metering Systems has been manufacturing elec- that demand their expertise. Our suite of products aims to
for better products or services; better energy use for higher tric submeters for many market segments since 1989. Sub- cut up to 40% of the time and cost associated with conduct-
profits; and better energy use for a better, cleaner environ- metering saves money by capturing exact tenant usage to ing an audit. Whether you are a lighting contractor, ESCO, or
ment. More efficient energy use is not just a good idea; it is recoup overhead costs and encourage energy conservation. even facility manager, we have a solution for you. Come see
required by federal and local mandates. Our meters are compatible with most available automatic our booth for more information.
meter reading equipment and carry UL listing in the U.S. and
Canada, California Weights & Measures, Maryland Approval,
and Measurement Canada.


Halco Lighting Technologies® is a manufacturer of lamps and LED Waves is an LED lighting boutique based in New York
ballasts designed for industrial/commercial, residential, and City, committed to bringing corporations and homeowners
special lighting applications. Halco’s extensive product line INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT ENERGY ASSOCIATION (IDEA) alike customized, affordable solutions for energy-efficient
includes the following brands: Halco®, HaloXen®, ProLED®, For over 100 years, IDEA has functioned as an industry clear- lighting. LED Waves specializes in custom retrofit products,
Prism®, and SureColor®. Established in 1974, the company inghouse for business, technical, and policy issues, support- fulfilling lighting needs across the industry. We are equally
has U.S. distribution centers in Atlanta, Cleveland, Houston, ing the district energy industry with technical training, peer passionate about meeting and exceeding energy standards to
and Phoenix. exchange and consumer education and outreach. IDEA pro- preserve our planet and providing the newest developments
motes the benefits of district energy systems to end-users, in technology.
communities, state, local and federal government agencies,
while advocating for policies and legislation favorable to the
industry, its customers and stakeholders.


Established in 1967, Harris Manufacturing Inc., (dba Harris Lennox is the leader in advanced, energy-efficient HVAC sys-
Lighting Systems Inc.) has long been a leader in the design tems that provide reliable comfort for light commercial build
and manufacturing of energy-efficient lighting systems. As a ISOLATION SCIENCES, LLC ings. Lennox® HVAC systems are ENERGY STAR approved
complete source of fluorescent systems, Harris offers a com- Isolation Sciences LLC develops and manufactures a fume- and designed to improve comfort, reduce total cost of owner-
prehensive product line of both new fixtures and retrofit hood energy-saving solution to lower fumehood energy ship, protect indoor air quality, and simplify installation and
solutions for your energy efficient lighting needs. costs and improve containment in laboratories. The compa- maintenance.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

tivity. PowerStudio, the web-based, energy monitoring and able, adaptable facilities; expeditionary capabilities; and con-
control software application offers the user the ability to ana- tingency response to the Navy Expeditionary Combat Enter-
lyze and manage real-time as well as historic data from mul- prise, all other Warfare and Provider Enterprises, the Marine
tiple remote meters through an intuitive web browser inter- Corps, Unified Commanders, and DoD Agencies. Our inno-
LEVITON MANUFACTURING COMPANY face. PowerStudio can also be used to log data from third- vation, responsiveness, and agility enable a forward-
Leviton was founded in 1906 to manufacture a single prod- party energy, gas, and water meters as well as any sensor deployed, rotational, and surge-capable Navy. Our Vision:
uct: tip mantles for gas lights. Since then, the company has with a mA or pulse output: e.g. flow, temperature or BTU. The Joint Warfighter and all Supported Commanders value
become a leading North American producer of electrical and Measurlogic Inc. also provides a complete range of fixed NAVFAC for delivering mission capability whenever and
electronic products. On exhibit will be Leviton’s complete line installation or portable Power Quality Analyzers depending wherever required. NAVFAC is the premier facilities engi-
of energy management solutions, including wireless lighting on your business needs. Our maintenance free, voltage sag neering organization of the U.S. Navy. We are a mission-crit-
control products, wall and ceiling mount occupancy sensors, support modules enable customers to eliminate downtime ical organization that relies on innovation, responsiveness,
relay lighting controls, and daylight harvesting systems. caused by nuisance supply trips and dirty power. We pride and agility to support our troops and our nation. NAVFAC
ourselves by offering the very finest in technical support offers civilian positions for civil engineers, environmental
before, during, and after the sale. engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, and
interdisciplinary engineers.

Lighting Technologies, an American-owned company based
in Edgewood, MD, is the industry leading manufacturer of MIURA BOILER, INC.
solid-state lighting fixtures for commercial, industrial, and Miura Boiler was founded in Japan in 1927 and has grown to NEPTUN LIGHT INC.
municipal markets. Lighting Technologies’ patent pending be one of the largest boiler manufacturers in the world. Neptun Light Inc. is recognized as the industry-leading man-
designs increase luminaire efficiency and lower energy con- Miura is known worldwide for our commitment to protecting ufacturer of energy-efficient lighting products. Our innova-
sumption by as much as 80% over competing technologies’ the environment and our innovative and efficient boiler tions in INDUCTION and LED lighting are breaking market
solutions. Through its globally installed base of products, designs. Our LOW NOx steam and hot water boilers meet and barriers with new configurations and output levels. With our
Lighting Technologies has established environmentally exceed current and proposed regulations for nitrous oxide new INDUCTION and LED products like the “Bullet”
friendly solid-state lighting as a viable alternative to non- emissions levels, as low as 20ppm NOx at 3%, corrected O2. and”Kometa” we are continuing to expand our current offer-
sustainable legacy technologies. Lighting Technologies is ing and setting the benchmark for the industry. Neptun Light
committed to good global citizenship as is evidenced by its has the largest INDUCTION and LED product offering and we
commitment to sustainability and 100% recyclable end will continue to react to the market and provide solutions for
products. our customers’ lighting requirements. We shall accomplish
this through: 1. Continuous innovations in the quality and
MODULAR PROCESS CONTROL, LLC (MPC) efficiency of our energy-saving lamps, fixtures, and automat-
MPC has developed a reputation in the field of energy man- ed lighting systems; 2. Development of new products based
agement in the last 28 years. We deliver guaranteed results. on market trends and emerging technologies to sustain NEP-
On average, we reduce energy consumption 10-15% without TUN Light’s reputation as not only an industry leader, but an
the use of capital. Our clients range from companies that industry pioneer; and 3. Uncompromised commitment to
LUTRON ELECTRONICS manufacture everything from chemicals, tires, aluminum, customer service for NEPTUN Light representatives, distrib-
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., headquartered in Coopersburg, and forest products to glass, metal castings, petroleum, and utors, and customers.
PA, is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of light- steel. No matter what business you're in, MPC can save you
ing controls, architectural lighting control systems, and shad- money. You won’t invest any capital to increase efficiency or
ing solutions for residential, commercial, and institutional savings. We’ll work within your current operating system,
applications. because we can achieve outstanding results by maximizing
your current equipment, process and manpower. MPC does-
n’t just guarantee results; we work on a contingency basis, so NETLINKCONTROLS
you only pay on what is actually achieved. NetLiNK Controls™ introduced the first true 2-way Wireless
Controls and Remote Monitoring Systems designed specifi-
cally to control switchable devices, including individual or
groups of interior and exterior lighting fixtures, sports light-
ing, pylon signs, fountains, irrigation systems, and audio sys-
MULTISTACK LLC tems. NetLiNK’s 2-way communications devices will actually
MACROAIR TECHNOLOGIES Multistack manufactures both water-cooled and air-cooled monitor the individual connected load, and send you a report
MacroAir Technologies: The inventors and original manufac- modular chiller systems that offer solutions to problems of the specific lamp or ballast failure via (SMS) text, email
turers of energy-efficient, high-volume, low-speed HVLS faced by modern facilities managers and technicians. Small message, or weekly reports. Within minutes of an outage, you
Fans. MacroAir™ continues to lead the industry in quality, footprint, redundancy, future expandability, ASHRAE-15 can know the exact location of the pole, and whether there is
workmanship, and innovative engineering. MacroAir’s compliance, low maintenance, and extreme quietness are a a lamp or ballast outage! Applications include: shopping cen-
Airvolution and MaxAir fans deliver optimum air circulation few of the advantages we offer. Multistack is the first carbon ters, auto dealers, municipalities, sports complexes, resorts,
for cooling, heat de-stratification, and leveraging HVAC sys- neutral manufacturer in the HVAC industry and leads its mar- theme parks, etc. With NetLiNK™, you also have the ability to
tems. Key markets served: manufacturing and production, ket segment in dedicated heat recovery chillers and environ- rotate between the lights on a single pole to extend both lamp
warehousing and distribution, commercial, agriculture, mentally friendly solutions. and fixture life. All of this is done utilizing a single base sta-
equine, and crop cooling/storage. tion which can control up to 500 wireless nodes. In turn, each
node can control up to four devices/fixtures, giving you the
ability to control 2,000+ lighting fixtures or suitable devices.
NetLiNK™ allows you to control your site via a secure inter-
net connection and password. This is the only system that will
notify you of specific outages and let you know if it is a lamp,
NATEK ballast, or system-wide power outage. By precisely controlling
MACTEC Natek Corporation is a nationally recognized staffing and
MACTEC Engineering & Consulting, Inc. is a full-service your lighting schedule, you can increase lamp and ballast life,
recruiting firm specializing exclusively in the energy indus- reduce energy consumption, and reduce maintenance costs
energy engineering company with offices nationwide provid- try. Natek has over 20 years of direct energy recruiting and
ing services to federal, municipal, and commercial clients. without running any new electrical circuits!
staffing experience and have placed thousands of energy pro-
Our core experience includes: energy auditing; lighting fessionals. We have led energy recruiting activities for some
design and retrofit projects; mechanical design for energy of the largest global energy service providers in the world
conservation measurements; measurement and verification; and recently were instrumental in selling an ESCO to a larger
commissioning and Strategic Energy Management (SEM) engineering company. We consider ourselves a results-ori-
planning, training, and implementation assistance (develop- ented energy recruiting company emphasizing client satis-
ment of the Energy Plan). MACTEC, based in Alpharetta, GA, faction. For many years Mark Dillon, President of Natek, has
is a leading infrastructure engineering firm focused on five NJ HIGHER EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP
teamed up with AEE and the Career Center and Natek has FOR SUSTAINABILITY (NJHEPS)
strategic business lines: industrial/commercial, transporta- been the sounding board of who is doing what and where in
tion, municipal, energy, and federal. With annual revenues The New Jersey Higher Education Partnership for Sustain-
the energy market. Visitors to the Career Center can get valu- ability, whose members include 40 Garden State campuses,
over $490 million, MACTEC’s 3,000-plus employees work able information on enhancing their careers and employers
from over 80 offices nationwide. MACTEC consistently ranks was launched in March 1999. NJHEPS supports New Jersey
can learn winning strategies for recruiting and retaining campuses in becoming models and messengers of sustain-
in the top 10% of Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design skilled energy professionals and gain insight for future em-
Firms. ability to our society and the world. The Partnership includes
ployment trends in the energy industry. faculty, administrators, and students cooperating with
friends throughout government and the private sector.

Natgun Corporation builds the highest quality Thermal
Energy Storage (TES) and anaerobic digesters for all energy NJ SOLAR POWER/
markets. Each tank is designed by Natgun engineers to maxi- QUALITY ATTRIBUTES SOFTWARE (QAS)
Mars’ LoPro reduces energy costs and consumption by effec-
mize the energy effectiveness and minimize the operational NJ Solar Power is a leading solar electric engineering firm
tively separating environmental conditions to help maintain
costs for the owner. Because they are constructed of reinforced that offers a complete line of turnkey solar electric system
interior building temperatures—saving money on your ener-
concrete, they can be built above ground, partially buried, or solutions for residential, commercial, and government clients.
gy bills. Economic to operate, low maintenance, and easy to
fully buried. Natgun tanks are built watertight and mainte- We are dedicated to delivering the most reliable, cost-effec-
install, LoPro also prevents flying insects from intruding and
nance-free, providing decades of continuous service for owners. tive solar electric systems, using the highest-quality products
minimizes dirt, dust, and fumes from entering. Aesthetically
pleasing and quiet, LoPro is the air curtain of choice. available. Our staff of engineers, electricians, and general con-
tractors manage all aspects of a solar electric system’s design
and installation and ensure a complete and tested system. We
work directly with leading vendors in the solar industry in
order to deliver the highest quality photovoltaic (PV) compo-
nents available today. Quality Attributes Software now offers
McQUAY INTERNATIONAL a portfolio of intelligent building software applications enti-
THE NATIONAL INSULATION ASSOCIATION (NIA) tled iBEnergy™ Software Solutions, providing real-time ener-
McQuay International, a member of Daikin Group, is a glob- The National Insulation Association (NIA) is a not-for-profit
al leader in systems solutions for air conditioning, heating, gy data at the individual building, campus, and enterprise
trade association representing the merit (open shop) and portfolio level. Our products and services enable and empow-
ventilating, and refrigeration. McQuay delivers engineered, union contractors, distributors, laminators, fabricators, and
flexible solutions for your commercial, industrial, and insti- er building stakeholders to be more energy efficient by
manufacturers that provide thermal insulation, insulation becoming better informed and ultimately make better deci-
tutional HVAC requirements with reliable product, knowl- accessories, and components to the commercial, mechanical,
edgeable applications expertise, and responsive support. sions. Incorporating our solutions into energy reduction
and industrial markets throughout the nation. Since 1953, strategies and by making these small improvements can help
the association has been the voice of the insulation industry reduce energy consumption, carbon footprint, and ultimately
and is dedicated to keeping the commercial and industrial decrease costs anywhere from 5 to 30% annually.
insulation industry up to date on the latest industry trends
and technologies.
Measurlogic Inc. is your Energy Efficiency Partner. The com- NEXAMP
pany is focused on providing the most affordable, effective, Nexamp is the leading total solutions provider of renewable
and scalable energy management solutions for building own- NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND (NAVFAC) energy and energy efficiency solutions that make clean ener-
ers and facility managers. Our extensive line of state-of-the- Our Mission: We strengthen Navy and Marine Corps combat gy simple and profitable for our customers. Our experts plan,
art submeters for load control, demand analysis, and cost readiness worldwide through facilities lifecycle support build, and manage clean energy projects that reduce our cus-
allocation provide the tools to maximize profits and produc- focused on the Fleet, Fighter, and Family. We deliver sustain- tomers’ energy costs and deliver a great return on investment.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

systems for the market’s broad range of professional applica- the concept of integration in project delivery and remains at
tions, Philips brings together the most extensive offering of the vanguard of the industry today. We offer fully integrated,
products in the market, all designed to deliver the utmost in comprehensive professional services that leave no gaps in
quality, simplicity, and innovation. Whether your lighting the project value chain. Our services include energy savings
needs emphasize performance, energy efficiency, ease of through HVAC Controls and Recommissioning.
NOREN PRODUCTS INC. maintenance, or sustainability, Philips offers the right product,
Noren Products manufactures air-to-air and air-to-water heat component, or system to help make the choices simple and the
exchangers for cooling sealed electrical panels without let- results optimal for your application. In 2007, Philips Day-
ting contaminants inside (including wash down, and haz- Brite became an ENERGY STAR Partner and constructed the
ardous locations). COMPACT CABINET COOLERS prevent first LEED certified Lighting Institute in Tupelo, MS.
failures and downtime caused by overheating electronics.
Noren units are easy to install, low maintenance, Freon free,
and cost a fraction of air conditioning. Available in Nema 12, PTM MANUFACTURING, LLC
4, 4x, Stainless Steel, UL Listed, cUL, and CE. PTM Manufacturing, LLC is located in Newark, DE. PTM
Manufacturing specializes in the manufacture and distribu-
tion of energy-efficient HVAC ducting; our own patented out-
PLC-MULTIPOINT door insulation system, Techna-Duc® and Kingspan Insula-
PLC-Multipoint’s specified lighting control panels and sen- tion’s KoolDuct® premium ducting system. Both systems are
NORESCO sors are combined together to accomplish daylight harvest- designed to maximize energy efficiency and reduce energy
As one of the largest U.S. energy services companies, NOR- ing. Our mission is focused on serving retrofit commercial cost by up to 30%. With over 10 years of HVAC experience
ESCO specializes in the development, design, construction, applications to provide a more efficient way of lighting that the company has acquired advanced capabilities to all market
financing, and operation of energy and environmental efficien- reduces energy usage, is effective, and easy to install. sectors, assuring that safety, quality, and reliability are a pri-
cy projects, performance contracting and central energy plants. ority on every job. Try PTM Manufacturing on your next pro-
NORESCO clients include U.S. government agencies, state and ject and find out what keeps so many of our customers satis-
local governments, public housing authorities, school districts, fied for so long.
universities, and industrial and commercial businesses.
NORESCO has implemented more than $2.5 billion in energy PNEU-LOGIC CORPORATION
savings at more than 2,000 sites throughout the U.S. and abroad. Pneu-Logic is a leader in control systems for compressed air
and refrigeration. Their advanced technology works with any
make or type of compressor and the patented flow based con-
trols can reduce your energy spend by 20-30% or more. Pneu-
Logic solutions also increase productivity, reliability, and help PULSE ENERGY
NORTH AMERICA POWER PARTNERS lower maintenance costs, as well as providing invaluable Pulse Energy enables building owners, operators, and occu-
North America Power Partners (NAPP) manages demand monitoring, trending, and reporting tools. pants to reduce energy use by up to 25%. Pulse™ energy
response (DR) resources in wholesale electric markets nation- monitoring software monitors, analyzes, and reports on
ally, to commercial/industrial customers. Flexible energy energy information so clients can make smarter choices
users reduce their electricity use when the power grid is in about how and when energy is used. The company is grow-
jeopardy or when prices are high. NAPP’s DR programs pay ing quickly, and has customers across North America.
recurring revenue. Contact at 856-439-0800 or visit them at POLLUTION EQUIPMENT NEWS Recognized as one of the leading Energy Visualization soft- Pollution Equipment News reaches over 85,000 professionals ware companies in the marketplace by the UC Berkeley
and features equipment and services used by those who are Centre for the Built Environment, Pulse Energy is working
responsible and design the pollution abatement systems and with leading utilities, universities, facility management com-
policies for their organizations. Industrial Hygiene News panies, hospitals, communities, and industrial customers to
reaches over 65,000 professionals and features products and help to improve energy efficiency. Pulse Energy was chosen
services that help keep employees safe and the organization to manage the energy at Vancouver 2010 Olympic venues
NORTHWRITE, INC. compliant with OSHA regulations. through the Venue Energy Tracker.
Established in 2000, NorthWrite—The WorkSite Company is
an industry leader in web-based energy monitoring and analy-
sis. NorthWrite award-winning products are installed nation-
wide for demand side management, energy conservation and
load profiling, tenant billing, submetering and energy model- POOLPAK INTERNATIONAL
ing across the spectrum of commercial, industrial, institution- PoolPak is the most recognized name when it comes to
al, and governmental facilities. The WorkSite solution includes indoor pool comfort. PoolPak has the proven approach to
protect your investment, whether it is a pool facility, artifact QUALITY ATTRIBUTES SOFTWARE (QAS)/
integrated communications and program management tools
storage room, or critical room environment. PoolPak equip- NJ SOLAR POWER
that seamlessly connect all stakeholders to ensure your ener-
ment is the choice of architects and design engineers Quality Attributes Software (QAS) is dedicated to helping our
gy program meets its savings and sustainability objectives.
because of its rugged construction, dependable operation, customers significantly reduce building energy costs, energy
and superior performance. consumption, and carbon emissions through our ”best in
class” iBEnergy™ Software Suite. Our intelligent software
applications provide real-time insight at the individual build-
ing, campus, or enterprise portfolio level and are easily
deployed via our Software as a Service (SaaS) model. Since
OBVIUS its inception in 2003, QAS has been a pioneer in the energy
Obvius LLC provides cost-effective, do-it-yourself energy intelligence, monitoring, and green solutions industry. Our
information solutions for commercial, industrial, govern- products and services enable and empower building stake-
ment, and educational facility owners. With thousands of POWER MECHANICAL, INC. (PMI) holders to be more energy efficient, realizing savings that can
deployments worldwide, the company’s unique data acquisi- Power Mechanical, Inc. specializes in boiler rental for both range from 5 to 30% annually. Our proven solutions are being
tion and wireless communications platforms allow end users emergency needs and scheduled shutdowns of commercial, used by a host of leading commercial and financial organiza-
and contractors plug-and-play connectivity for a wide range industrial, and governmental steam boilers. PMI provides tions, government agencies, and educational institutions. We
of meters (electric, gas, water, steam, Btu’s) plus easy inte- boiler-related services worldwide. PMI is committed to the strongly believe that how a building performs is a reflection
gration of the information collected into any software plat- highest quality service and on-time scheduling and delivery. of the people in it, and QAS delivers the products and ser-
form for reporting and display. We continually strive to remain the premier boiler company vices that will enable and empower building stakeholders to
in our area and across the country. Please contact us for all be more energy efficient.
your boiler-related needs, troubleshooting, applications, and
other questions and concerns.

ONICON Incorporated manufactures highly accurate flow meters
and Btu meters for chilled water, hot water, condenser water, REAGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.
steam, and natural gas systems. They are ideally suited for cam- We know you worry about power generation and equip-
pus and central energy plant applications, as well as mixed ment dependability. At Reagan we make your worry ours.
use facilities. Retrofit kits are available for installation without shut- POWERHOUSE EQUIPMENT & ENGINEERING Reagan Equipment has been Providing Power Solution since
down. Btu meters are compatible with BACnet, LON-WORKS, Powerhouse provides custom rental boiler systems as well as 1947. Whether it is the oil and gas industry, industrial
MODBUS, JCI-N2 Metasys, and Siemens-P1 Apogee networks. turnkey boiler services to customers all over the world. Our power needs, marine gensets, or the varied fuel applica-
reputation as a quality boiler company is continually solidi- tions of “Green” power generation; Reagan provides ser-
fied with every project we undertake. vice, parts, and packaging for all reciprocating and rotating

Pepco Energy Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of
Pepco Holdings, Inc., (NYSE: POM), provides commercial, in-
stitutional, government, and industrial customers with com- PRACTICAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS (PES)
prehensive energy management solutions. These include Energy Practical Energy Solutions, LLC is the industry leader in the
Performance Contracts, Energy Audits, Design and Development design, engineering, and installation of lighting control sys- REC SOLAR, INC.
of Cogeneration Facilities, Thermal Energy and Storage Sys- tems and lighting upgrades. The cornerstone of our success REC Solar, Inc. is one of the largest solar integrators in the
tems as well as Renewable Energy Project Development. Pepco resides with state-of-the-art facility monitoring equipment U.S. with over 5,000 turnkey solar power systems installed
Energy generates more than $2 billion in annual revenues and which allows us to quantify the energy savings. PES provides since 1997. Our dedicated staff of engineers, designers, and
is the fifth largest. independent electricity supplier in the U.S. turnkey solutions to all industries including, federal, state installers uses the latest technology and equipment to deliv-
and municipal governments, commercial, manufacturing, er quality turnkey solutions for the commercial, government,
schools, universities, hospitals, and retail. utility, and residential markets. With 15 local offices in six
states, and a passionate focus on service, quality, and profes-
sionalism, we have excelled to become a trusted market
leader. Call or visit to discover how going beyond energy effi-
PRECISION-PARAGON (P2) ciency creates savings for today and energy independence
PFISTER ENERGY At Precision-Paragon (P-2) we design and manufacture indus- forever.
PFISTER ENERGY, a renewable energy company, is a nation- try-leading products for the relighting market. Our product line
al provider and turnkey installer of building integrated alter- includes the largest line of energy-saving fluorescent, induc-
native energy and energy efficiency solutions. Pfister’s range tion, LED and CFL fixtures, and retrofit kits in the market. In
of complementary “green solutions” includes solar photo- addition to our product lines, we offer our customers unique
voltaics, BIPV, solar thermal, natural daylighting, fuel cells, control options and an array of design, technical support, and
wind turbines, solar lighting, rainwater harvesting, green custom manufacturing services that will help you provide the
roofing, geothermal, and building envelope improvements. best energy-saving lighting solution for each application. RETRO-TECH SYSTEMS, INC.
Pfister Energy specializes in Solar-Integrated Roofing. Retro-Tech Systems, Inc. is an established national leader in
the lighting industry, engaged in the engineering, designing,
and installing of energy-efficient lighting systems. Retro-Tech
Systems, Inc. has designed and installed lighting projects for
a wide range of commercial, industrial, educational, medical,
PHILIPS DAY-BRITE/PHILIPS ADVANCE/PHILIPS LAMPS governmental, institutional, and retail facilities across the
As the world’s leader in lighting, Philips has a tradition of U.S. Retro-Tech Systems, Inc.’s mission is to be the preferred
spearheading innovative, energy-efficient solutions, and initia- turnkey designer, engineer, and installer of energy-efficient
tives that meet end-user needs, desires, and aspirations while PRIMARY INTEGRATION lighting systems, exceeding our customer’s expectations
fully promoting environmental responsibility and sustainabili- Primary Integration is a mission-critical global technology, through a total commitment to quality products and excep-
ty. From lamps and ballasts to LEDs, luminaires, and specialty engineering, and energy services company that pioneered tional service.

SHOWCASE To exhibit in the show, call (770) 271-7869

focused on providing simple and flexible solutions to the chal-
lenges associated with of monitoring environmental parame-
ters and controlling processes. We have developed patented
ROCKWELL AUTOMATION technologies in these areas, to offer our clientele reliable, easy-
As a leading provider of industrial automation, power, con- to-use products that can be up and running in minutes. Our
trol, optimization, and information solutions, Rockwell expertise is gained through close collaboration with industrial SMART ENERGY GROUP
Automation has helped manufacturers in a wide range of partners, universities, government institutions, and hospitals. Smart Energy Group offers a complete portfolio of renewable
industries improve their WAGES resource management. Our energy solutions and services. Our state-of-the-art approach
Industrial GreenPrint™ methodology helps you implement a uses the latest energy conservation technologies and innova-
holistic and strategic WAGES resource management strategy tions. Our services are tailored to site-specific requirements
that comprises three stages: “Gain Visibility,” “Take Action,” for solar, HVAC, lighting retrofit, green building, and roofing.
and “Optimize,” and helps manufacturers transform their
points of view, practices, and production. SENSOR SWITCH, INC.
Sensor Switch is an industry leader in developing occupancy
sensor products and technology for lighting control. Sensor
Switch is an engineering-driven company offering the widest
array of sensors offered by any manufacturer. Our technical
ROVANCO PIPING SYSTEMS innovations include our patented Passive Dual Technology SOLAR ENERGY INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION (SEIA)
“Sustained success is no accident” and it’s certainly no acci- (PIR/Microphonics™), and the groundbreaking nLight Established in 1974, the Solar Energy Industries Association
dent that Rovanco is a leading manufacturer of foam pre- Control System. From schools and offices to factories, govern- is the national trade association of the solar energy industry.
insulated, high temp conduit and containment piping sys- ment buildings, and retail stores, Sensor Switch provides reli- As the voice of the industry, SEIA works to make solar a
tems in the U.S. Rovanco also provides heat trace systems, able and cost-effective lighting control solutions for virtually mainstream and significant energy source by expanding
leak detection, cathodic protection, and field service inspec- every building type and application. Founded in 1987, Sensor markets, removing market barriers, strengthening the indus-
tions. We market our products through a nationwide network Switch proudly engineers and manufactures all of its products try, and educating the public on the benefits of solar energy.
of manufacturers representatives. in the U.S. at company headquarters in Wallingford, CT.


RTS WATER SOLUTIONS Solar® offers complete sustainable energy systems—from
RTS Water Solutions is a comprehensive water management engineering specification to asset management—for your 1-
company, specializing in serving the needs of the utility and 50 MW power needs. We can help with your district heat-
Energy Service Company markets. Our engineering-based SENTRY SWITCH ing/cooling, cogeneration, base-load electricity, dispersed
leadership, proven delivery model, and previous ESCO expe- Sentry LLC, offers the Sentry Switch, a centrally controlled power, combined-cycle, peak shaving, distributed genera-
rience are a few of the RTS Water Solutions qualities that dis- wall light switch designed to replace conventional toggle or tion, and standby power needs for a wide variety of facilities,
tinguish us from our competition. decorator style light switches in commercial lighting control including industrial/processing facilities, buildings and
applications. Sentry Switches work with your building’s time institutions, and distributed power plants.
clocks and a relay contactor panel to remotely turn off light-
ing, yet they allow complete local override. With the Sentry
Switch, lights stay off until the area is occupied, providing a
RS&H simple, reliable, cost-effective lighting control system that
RS&H, a full-service, nationwide, multidiscipline A/E design begins paying dividends immediately. It is easily retrofitted
firm, is your single source for energy management and sus- SPECTRUM LIGHTING
into an existing building without costly installation. Spectrum Lighting is a manufacturer of architectural energy
tainable design services for private and public clients
throughout the U.S. and overseas. RS&H maintains an exten- savings lighting fixtures. All products are produced in our
sive array of service professionals with experience in build- 140,000 square foot Massachusetts factory. Products include:
ing and industrial process energy audits, commissioning, Architectural new construction and retrofit in LED, CF, T8,
energy use and cost analysis, online energy use and cost T5, QL, and MH. We also offer a full line of surface, pendant,
database development, innovative technology evaluation SHANNON-INSULTECH and track fixtures. Spectrum is leader in retrofit and new
plus developing energy plans, seminars, training classes, and INSULTECH® Thermal Blanket insulation saves energy, im- energy-efficient lighting.
workshops. RS&H has both Energy and Sustainability Service proves the work environment, and lowers surface tempera-
Groups that work together to provide comprehensive energy ture for safety. INSULTECH® insulation is engineered to
and environmental management services that are increasing- match and treat steam specialty fittings, valves and difficult
ly required. RS&H is especially proud of the long-standing geometry, trapping radiant heat loss that otherwise would be
working relationship established with the DoD, providing left bare. As a result, significant energy savings is recognized SPIRAX SARCO
energy engineering services for more than 30 years. generating 7-14 month payback periods. Average projects Spirax Sarco provides knowledge, service, products, and
include 200-300 steam fittings, saving roughly $60,000 a year. turnkey solutions for the control and efficient use of steam,
A CAD/CNC approach to design results in a high-quality air, and other industrial fluids for industrial and commercial
investment with a 15-year service life. Invest $1 and save $15. users in the U.S. With over 100 years of expertise across
industry, our holistic approach allows us to apply unequaled
RTP CONTROLS engineering knowledge in putting together complete solu-
RTP Controls’ enterprise approach to intelligent load control tions for our customers’ needs. Come see us at booth #625.
and demand response management provides the most com-
prehensive and effective demand response solutions on the
market. RTP provides customized, intelligent load manage-
A division of Siemens Industry, Inc., Building Technologies
ment that maximizes financial benefits, allows for hands-off
Division, is a leading provider of energy and environmental
operations, and contributes to corporate social responsibility
solutions, building controls, electrical distribution equip-
initiatives. RTP Controls will develop a customized solution
ment, fire safety, and security systems solutions. BT’s solu-
to meet your current and future goals.
tions enable America’s buildings to be more comfortable, SPIRE CORPORATION
secure, and environmentally friendly and less costly to operate. Spire Solar Systems specializes in large photovoltaic systems
for commercial, government, and utility clients. We offer an
extensive range of PV technologies and capabilities that can
be tailored to your unique requirements including site and
SIGA GREEN TECHNOLOGIES financial analysis, system design/engineering, access to key
SIGA Green Technologies is a business-to-business partner materials, installation/interconnection, maintenance, and
facilitating the introduction of energy-efficient products to access to funding/PPA financing.
SAIC is a FORTUNE 500® scientific, engineering, and tech-
nology applications company that uses its deep domain new markets, predominately in Germany and the U.S. SIGA
knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the Green Technologies has offices in Grand Rapids, MI, and
nation and the world, in national security, energy and the Karlsruhe, Germany.
environment, critical infrastructure, and health. The compa-
ny’s approximately 45,000 employees serve customers in the
Summit Technology is the manufacturer of the PowerSight
U.S. Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the
family of electric power analyzers, the “tools of first resort”
U.S. Department of Homeland Security, other U.S. govern-
for Energy Analysis. PowerSight analyzers provide extensive
ment civil agencies and selected commercial markets.
SIMPERT TECHNOLOGY, INC. capabilities as demand analyzers, harmonic analyzers,
Headquartered in McLean, VA, SAIC had annual revenues of
Simpert Technology Inc. is an engineering company and sys- power quality analyzers, power meters, and data loggers.
$10.8 billion for its fiscal year ended January 31, 2010.
tem integrator based in Baltimore, MD. We provide a com- They are the smallest, most cost-effective instruments for
prehensive range of technologies, products, and solutions the measurement and analysis of three phase electric power.
aiming at improving the environment and energy efficiency Monitor, log, and analyze voltage, current, and power. Use
for the industries. Our core business is to introduce the them for three-phase, two-phase, single-phase, 4 wire delta,
“Green Coal Solutions™” to the coal users including utilities, open delta, 2CT/2PT, DC, 50Hz, 60Hz, and 400Hz systems
steel, and cement industries to improve the fuel efficiency anywhere in the world. They come in 7 languages!
Schneider Electric is the world’s power and control specialist. and reduce the pollutant emission and Greenhouse Gases
Through its world-class brands, Merlin Gerin, Square D, and including CO2, SO2, NOx, and ash. Green Coal Solutions™
Telemecanique, Schneider Electric anticipates and satisfies currently apply the special formulated enzyme on the coal
its customers’ requirements in the residential, building, before combustion to alter its characteristics for enhancing its
industry, and energy and infrastructure markets. fuel efficiency and reducing pollutants during combustion.
Green Coal Solutions™ provides our customers a complete
solution which include supplying the enzyme to treat the coal, SUSTAINABLE REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS, INC. (SRS)
providing performance engineering and consultation services, SRS’s Sustainable Real Estate Manager® software platform
and real-time operation monitoring and supports to optimize enables building energy auditors and managers determine
the plant performance on energy saving and emission reduction. baseline energy consumption and costs; benchmark a prop-
SCHWANK GROUP erty or portfolio to its peer group and, based on ROI, recom-
Looking for reliable partners to deliver the most energy-effi- mend retrofit opportunities. It also automates a building
cient heating systems for industrial and commercial applica- energy performance assessment report; identifies available
tions? Schwank, award winner at ASHRAE 2010, offers the government/utility economic incentive programs, and supports
most fuel-efficient infrared heating technology, backed up by SMARDT, INC. post-retrofit monitoring of actual vs. budgeted performance.
the best design and after-sales service. Only Schwank guar- Smardt chillers maximize the extraordinary chiller operating
antees repeatable and sustainable efficiency and comfort lev- efficiencies enabled by the Turbocor oil-free centrifugal com-
els over the life of its equipment. Stop by our booth #810 to pressor technology. Smardt water cooled chillers run from 60
receive a free copy of Schwank’s proprietary software TR to 900 TR, including a very flexible compact modular
CompuSchwank II, to assist your design, fuel and carbon range which overcomes space or access constraints. Smardt TAEHWATRANS CO., LTD.
emissions estimates, and heating cost comparisons. air-cooled chillers run from 70TR through 280 TR. Con- We have been recognized as a leading manufacturer of a
denserless models are also available. Award-winning IPLV wide range of current transformers. Our 0.1 class and 0.2
energy efficiency performance and drastically reduced main- class CTs are often used as reference models by meter mak-
tenance costs (no oil!) mean lowest lifetime operating cost in ers due to their high level of accuracy. Our products line:
mid-market capacities. Smardt, with sister company PowerPax CT for metering, CT for Digital Protection relay, CT for
and Axima Refrigeration, makes up the Quantum Chiller Accurate Voltage measuring, DC immune CT, ZCT (zero
SCL ELEMENTS Group, offering globally consistent chiller solutions with phase CT) for ELCB, GFCI, Clamp-on CT, Clamp-on
The CAN2GO technology and line of products have been over 1250 installations purring away worldwide. Smardt Primary CT, high accurate Rogowski coil, Clamp-on
developed by company SCL Elements Inc. SCL Elements is chiller performance is AHRI certified. Rogowski coil, and customized CTs.

SHOWCASE Presenting the latest products and services

Efficiency and Renewable Energy, facilitates the federal gov- interface on the touch screen panel. Our solutions cater to
ernment’s implementation of sound, cost-effective energy the needs of commercial, residential, and industrial multi-
management and investment practices to enhance the tenant complexes.
nation’s energy security and environmental stewardship.
Tetra Tech (NASDAQ: TTEK) is a leading provider of consult-
ing, engineering, program management, construction, and
technical services addressing the resource management and
infrastructure markets. The company supports government U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
and commercial clients by providing innovative solutions INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM (ITP)
focused on water, the environment, and energy. With approx- The U.S Department of Energy’s Industrial Technologies
imately 10,000 employees worldwide, Tetra Tech’s capabili- Program leads the national drive to change the way industry
ties span the entire project life cycle. uses energy to reduce energy intensity and carbon emissions.
ITP sponsors cost-shared R&D, supports the use of advanced
Venture Lighting is the world-leading innovator in metal
technologies, and offers energy management best practices.
halide lighting technology, boasting the most extensive cata-
Through its Save Energy Now initiative, ITP is collaborating
log of energy-efficient metal halide lamps and ballasts in the
with industry to reduce energy intensity by 25%. State and
world. Our “Upgrade & Save” lighting kits provide better
federal agencies, utilities, industry associations, and compa-
light, reduced energy consumption, and monthly savings on
nies collaborate with ITP to help industry boost energy effi-
utility bills. Venture also offers a free recycling service and an
extended warranty on every system purchase.
Thermolite is a U.S. manufacturer of interior supplemental
window systems. Thermolite window systems provide the
greatest amount of energy savings for existing buildings. This
alternate to window replacement saves as much or more than
triple-glazed thermal IG units. The system also provides VERIS INDUSTRIES, INC.
sound mitigation and can provide blast mitigation for securi- Veris Industries is a premier provider of energy and environ-
ty. All historic preservation requirements are met. mental sensor products, and is recognized for setting new
standards in customer service and product innovation.
Known for providing easy-to-use labor-saving products,
U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR PROGRAM whether it’s a current sensor for monitoring positive proof of
ENERGY STAR is a voluntary partnership between business flow, a C02 sensor for demand ventilation, or a power meter
and government which provides an established framework to for departmental budgeting, Veris Industries has the ideal
THERMAXX INSULATION JACKETS promote the environmental and financial benefits of product to meet your needs.
Removable insulation covers: ThermaXX LLC manufactures improved energy performance. Visit or
removable, reusable insulation jackets. Our insulation jackets call 1-888-STAR-YES for more information.
are of the highest quality and last for years. ThermaXX insu-
lation jackets are used in steam and condensate, hot water
systems, and process systems on any component that
requires periodic maintenance or inspection. The jacket
(blanket) can be removed and reused over and over.
Viconics is a manufacturer of communicating and non-com-
municating HVAC control products. Our products are de-
signed for ease-of-use, increased energy savings with
U.S. GBC NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION CHAPTER improved comfort; improving ROI, lower total installed costs
TOSHIBA LED LIGHTING U.S. Green Building Council—National Capital Region Chap- while facilitating installation and integration into building
Toshiba is a world leader and innovator in pioneering high ter, a local affiliate of the USGBC, provides locally-based lead- automation systems through open BACnet®, Lontalk®, and
technology, a diversified manufacturer and marketer of ership, advocacy, education, and resources to create a vibrant wireless Zigbee® communications protocols. We are commit-
advanced electronic and electrical products spanning infor- and environmentally healthy Metropolitan Washington ted to a leadership role in contributing to an environmental-
mation and communications systems; digital consumer prod- region. With individual members from every sector of the ly conscious global community. Viconics is an ISO9001 and
ucts; electronic devices and components; power systems, building industry, we work collaboratively to advance our ISO14000 registered company.
including nuclear energy; industrial and social infrastructure vision for a responsible, healthy, and prosperous environ-
systems; and home appliances. ment that improves quality of life. The National Capital
Region includes Washington, D.C. and surrounding regions
of Virginia and Maryland.
Water Management, Inc is the leader in water conservation
services. WMI was founded in 1980, we have multiple office
locations with over 60 full-time staff dedicated to designing
TRANE COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS and implementing projects that save the Earth’s Most Pre-
Trane is a leading global provider of commercial HVAC solu- US Lighting Tech creates and markets innovative lighting sys-
tions that reliably improve indoor environmental quality. tems that outperform conventional systems in terms of func-
Trane provides energy-efficient commercial air conditioners, tionality, energy efficiency, maintenance, and ease of instal-
chiller systems, HVAC controls, HVAC parts and supplies, and lation. The company carries a full line of induction lighting
building automation systems that contribute to sustainable products to meet our customers’ needs. From traditional
building design. Trane partners with building owners, engi- applications to emerging markets, whether it be industrial WATT STOPPER
neers, and contractors with services for HVAC system design, facilities, infrastructure, utilities, tunnels, bridges, medical, WattStopper is a leading manufacturer of energy-efficient
HVAC service, temporary cooling, chiller upgrades, perfor- military, and every market in-between, US Lighting Tech lighting controls for commercial, industrial, and residential
mance con-tracting, advanced building controls, and financing products will not only save you operating dollars but help use. We help customers find convenient ways to save energy,
solutions. save our environment. meet green initiatives, and comply with energy codes with
our comprehensive range of products, programs, and ser-

Tremco offers turnkey, customized high performance build-
ing envelope solutions, including photovoltaic and daylight-
ing systems, air barrier solutions, and vegetated and cool WEIL-MCLAIN
roofing systems. We can effectively retrofit your building UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND From the time the company was founded in 1881, Weil-
envelopes for lower energy consumption to reduce life-cycle From one of the top engineering graduate programs, we are McLain has been the leader in comfort heating. Building on
costs while extending overall performance. pleased to announce a new Master’s degree program in a proud tradition of quality and innovation, our mission
Sustainable Energy Engineering customized to meet your remains simple: To design and build the best comfort heating
needs and available on-campus or online. products on the market. To make them first. And to make
them last...for decades. Headquartered in Michigan City, IN,
with manufacturing facilities in Eden, NC, and over 700
employees worldwide, Weil-McLain combines hydronic heat-
ing expertise with the responsiveness of our service and sup-
TRISON CONSTRUCTION, INC. port operations. Our ongoing success is a testament to our
Trison Construction, Inc. is a national design/build experi- UTILITY PROGRAMS & METERING II, INC. commitment to providing nothing less than the best.
enced geothermal contracting firm offering engineering and utiliVisor is the leading energy advisory firm providing ener-
turnkey project management for new and retrofit systems on gy plant management services and energy metering services
any scale. Trison offers the most competitive geothermal pro- to large commercial office and campus facilities nationwide.
ject first-cost. Trison performs savings analysis, feasibility We assure constant optimal savings and performance
studies, and offers financing options. through energy oversight solutions for these mission-critical
environments. For building owners, property managers, and
facility managers alike, metering systems and chiller plant
environments are the two critical sources of energy confu-
sion and consumption. utiliVisor demystifies your plant sys-
tems and metering by providing ongoing, real-time energy WESCO DISTRIBUTION
insight, and financial savings through our comprehensive WESCO Distribution, Inc. is a Fortune 500 company and a
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE NATIONAL advisory services, applications, and processes. leading distributor of electrical equipment and the exclusive
TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE (NTIS) distributor of PowerTherm products. The PowerTherm
The National Technical Information Service serves as the DirectFire “The Boiler That Makes Electricity,” is a combined
largest central resource for government-funded scientific, heat and power (CHP) system that provides up to 90% effi-
technical, engineering, and business-related information ciency.
available today. For more than 60 years NTIS has assured
businesses, universities, and the public timely access to ALSO EXHIBITING AT WEEC 2010:
approximately 3 million publications covering over 350 sub- VENNEXS INC. BYRAM LABORATORIES
ject areas. Our mission supports the Department of Com- Vennexs is a leading provider of energy monitoring and man- SMART BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES
merce mission to promote the nation’s economic growth by agement solutions and services. VNXView is a Tenant Meter
providing access to information that stimulates innovation Monitoring and Billing solution utilizing Automatic Meter
and discovery. Reading (AMR) technology. It is a robust submetering solu-
tion giving you a real-time view of energy usage, alarms, and
peak demands, while giving you the capability to bill tenants
(or departments) based on actual energy usage. Vennexs
TouchView is an attractive, cost-effective solution for real- For additional exhibitors who have signed up
time monitoring and display of electrical parameters in a since the previous newspaper was published,
headless multi-meter environment using a touch screen please refer to the exhibit list and profile section
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY panel. Various parameters including current, voltage, PF, at
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Manage- demand, frequency, and energy consumption of each meter
ment Program (FEMP), located in the Office of Energy in a panel is readily available in an easy-to-navigate user

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E-Mail Address Each additional delegate — $ 600 $

Please complete as part of registration:

1. TYPE OF FIRM/BUSINESS (Check only one):
 Commercial  Institutional  Government
 Trade Press Media
 Consulting Engineer
6 n Seminars—Separate Fees/December 6-10, 2010
TWO-DAY SEMINAR: December 6-7, 2010
 Industrial  Construction/Architect  Utility/Energy Producer  Manufacturer/Vendor  Skills Update 2010 for Certified Energy Managers / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 Manager  V.P., President, CEO  Owner/Developer  Plant Eng./Facility Mgr. REGULAR FEE — $1150 $
TWO-DAY SEMINARS: December 6-7, 2010
 Engineer  Consultant  Sales/Marketing  Educator/Researcher  Fundamentals of Sustainable Development and Carbon Reduction* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency* / 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
 Basics of Distributed Generation and Onsite CHP* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
2 n Free Registration: Expo Only / December 8-9, 2010 AEE MEMBER/GOVERNMENT/NONPROFIT FEE — $1150
REGULAR FEE — $1250 $
 Check here to preregister for exhibits only. To receive free registration, you must mail or fax this form THREE-DAY SEMINARS: December 6-8, 2010
to reach us no later than November 22, 2010. (This saves you the $40.00 admission at the door.) Please  Fundamentals of Building Commissioning* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
send “Attn: Dept. EO” or fax to (770) 447-4354.  Fundamentals of Buying and Selling Energy* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
REGULAR FEE — $1350 $
3 n Free Registration: Special Events THREE-DAY SEMINAR: December 6-8, 2010
 Fundamentals of Residential Energy Auditing* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 Energy Advocacy Training—December 7, 2010 / 8:00–11:00 am / FREE AEE MEMBER/GOVERNMENT/NONPROFIT FEE — $1350
 FEMP Smart Metering—December 7, 2010 / 9:00 am–5:00 pm / FREE REGULAR FEE — $1450 $
 Retrofitting Existing Buildings LEED Workshop—December 7, 2010 / 1:00–3:00 pm / FREE THREE-DAY SEMINAR: December 7-9, 2010
 New Technologies Breakfast—December 8, 2010 / 8:00–9:00 am / FREE  Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP** / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 CWEEL Energy Policy: Opportunities & Challenges Breakfast—December 9, 2010 / 7:30 -9:00 am / FREE AEE MEMBER/GOVERNMENT/NONPROFIT FEE — $1250
REGULAR FEE — $1350 $
 EPA Portfolio Managers Workshop—December 9, 2010 / 12:30–2:30 pm / FREE
FOUR-DAY SEMINAR: December 6-9, 2010
 AEE National Capital Chapter Lunch—December 9, 2010 / 12:30–2:30 pm /  Fundamentals of Carbon Reduction & GHG Management* / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
FREE for conference attendees / $20 for non-attendees AEE MEMBER/GOVERNMENT/NONPROFIT FEE — $1450
 Energy Champion and Energy Savers Workshop—December 9, 2010 / 1:00–2:00 pm / FREE REGULAR FEE — $1550 $
FIVE-DAY SEMINAR: December 6-10, 2010
 Comp 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals* / 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
4 n Legends In Energy Gala / December 7, 2010 ONE-DAY SEMINARS: December 7, 2010
REGULAR FEE — $1895 $

LEGENDS IN ENERGY GALA / Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History / 6:30 pm  The Green Data Center: IT Equipment & Power/Cooling Support Systems / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 Using Smart Metering to Cut Energy Costs / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Admission to the Legends in Energy Gala is included in the conference registration fee for the 2010 World Energy  New ASHRAE Standard 189.1 for High Performance Green Buildings / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Engineering Congress if you are a current Legend in Energy or qualify as a 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee.  LEED Lessons Learned and Catalysts for Eco-positive Design / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
If you are not a current Legend in Energy and do not qualify as a 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee the cost to attend  Saving With Energy / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
is $150.  Everything You Need to Know About LED Lighting / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
If you are a WEEC speaker, seminar attendee, exhibitor, corporate leader, or sponsor you may attend this event FEE — $480 $
for an additional fee of $150. *Note that registering for this seminar does not automatically register you for the exam. An additional fee of $200
is required for the certification application and exam. Please register online at
You may also purchase additional spouse or guest tickets for this event at an additional fee of $150 each. **Note that registering for this seminar does not automatically register you for the exam. An additional fee of $400
is required for the certification application and exam. Please register online at
Preregistration for this event is required. Space is limited and registrations are filled on a first-come, first-
served basis. You may register for this event by checking the appropriate box below or by registering online at
Select the admission options you desire for attending the Legend in Energy Gala:
7 n Optional Event Guest Fees
 Paid WEEC 2010 conference attendee AND current Legend in Energy, or 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee: LEGENDS IN ENERGY GALA / December 7, 2010 / 6:30 pm
(Legends in Energy Gala is included FREE with your full conference registration) See full details for the additional ticket options located in Box 4 of the Registration form,
 WEEC 2010 speaker, seminar attendee, exhibitor, corporate leader, or sponsor: or visit our website: for more information. Prepayment is
($150 additional fee) required; and payment serves as your reservation to this event. Space is limited and is filled
on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you are a 2010 Legend in Energy Inductee, please notate your eligibility criteria (see bullet points on page 12): FEE — $150 $

 Paid WEEC conference attendee, not receiving Legend in Energy recognition: Name for Reservation
($150 additional fee)
BANQUET / December 8, 2010 / 7:00 pm
 My spouse or a guest will accompany me: (provide guest name in Box 7) Please indicate if you plan to attend the Banquet.  Yes  No (Ticket is included in paid full-
($150 additional fee) conference registration fee). Additional banquet ticket is required for your spouse or guest.
Prepayment required; payment serves as reservation. FEE — $50 $

AEE Membership Application (Optional) Name for Reservation

I wish to become a member of the Association of Energy Engineers in the classification checked below: KEYNOTE LUNCHEON / December 10, 2010 / 11:15 am
 MEMBER–A graduate of an engineering college or university or a registered professional engineer or archi- Please indicate if you plan to attend the Keynote Luncheon.  Yes  No (Ticket is included
in paid full-conference registration fee). Additional lunch ticket is required for your spouse or
tect. (Persons who believe they are qualified by experience or related degree may petition for full membership
guest. Prepayment required; payment serves as reservation. FEE — $30 $
 AFFILIATE MEMBER–A person interested in the objectives of the Association who does not meet the above
criteria to be a full member. Name for Reservation
If a registered Professional Engineer or Architect, please indicate state(s) and registration number(s):

State No. State No. Years of experience in energy field: 8 n Payment Information
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Additional pertinent information may be listed on a separate sheet and attached.  CHECK ENCLOSED (Payable in U.S. funds to Association of Energy Engineers)
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  CHARGE TO MY CREDIT CARD (for advance registrations only)
of the Association as long as I continue to be a member. I furthermore agree to promote the purposes of the Association so far as shall be in  American Express  VISA  MasterCard
my power.


Please choose one of the following AEE Membership categories:

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□ AEE Membership plus Facility Managers Institute — Dues $215
□ AEE Membership plus Cogeneration & Distributed Generation Institute — Dues $215
□ AEE Membership plus Environmental Engineers & Managers Institute — Dues $215 MEMBERSHIP FEES (OPTIONAL) $
□ AEE Membership plus Energy Services Marketing Society — Dues $215 TOTAL ENCLOSED $
□ AEE Membership plus Alternative & Renewable Energy Development Institute — Dues $215
□ AEE Membership plus Council on Women in Energy & Environmental Leadership — Dues $215 Do you require special accommodations for a disability to enable you to attend this meeting?
Appropriate membership fee must be included in your total registration payment for your application to be pro- Call the Association of Energy Engineers at (770) 447-5083, Extension 210, with your request.
cessed and to have the member price applied to WEEC registration.
AEE 2357 — FINAL A B C D E

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