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www.energycongress.com SHOW NEWS FOR ENERGY PROFESSIONALS Presented by Featuring WEEC 2013 1 SEPTEMBER 25 - 27, 2013 WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER - Hall A WASHINGTON, DC Featured Speakers: WEEC: The Frontier of the New Energy Paradigm Shift Silver Sponsor Wednesday, September 25, 2013 / Opening Session Will Innovation & Green Technologies Save the Global Economy? Arnold Schwarzenegger, Environmental Crusader, California’s 38th Governor, Cultural Icon What to Expect on Energy Policy under President Obama’s Second Term Kateri Callahan, President, Alliance to Save Energy Bronze Sponsors Friday, September 27, 2013 / 11:15am-1:30pm / Keynote Luncheon / Renaissance DC Hotel William (Bill) M. Colton, Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning, Exxon Mobil Corporation Green Star Corporate Energy Leader Association of Energy Engineers 4025 Pleasantdale Road, Suite 420 Atlanta, GA 30340-4264 Long Term Energy Outlook Blue Star Corporate Energy Leader Red Star Corporate Energy Leader Explore the energy marketplace today and in the future. The World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) will help you assess future trends in energy supply, new technologies, regulatory developments and industry trends to provide you with the tools for long term energy investments. The WEEC covers the total spectrum of energy management and alternative energy technologies for the commercial, institutional, industrial, and government marketplace. The WEEC is presented by AEE, along with Association Energy Leader, the Alliance to Save Energy, along with Silver Sponsor, Trane, and Bronze Sponsor, U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR, North America Power Partners and Toyota. The WEEC features a large, 13-track conference agenda, a full line-up of seminars on a variety of current topics, and a comprehensive exposition of the market’s most promising new technologies. Among featured speakers for 2013 are former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, discussing Will Innovation and Green Technologies Save the Global Economy?, Alliance to Save Energy President Kateri Callahan, speaking on What to Expect on Energy Policy Under President Obama’s Second Term, and Exxon Mobil Vice President for Corporate Strategic Planning William (Bill) Colton, speaking on Outlook for Energy: A View to 2040. Mr. Colton’s speech provides a window to the future, a view that will help guide strategies and investments. White Star Corporate Energy Leaders Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID THE ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY ENGINEERS Highlights of this year’s conference include: FEMWorks The 8th annual FEMWorks program offers specially targeted workshops addressing the interests and needs of U.S. government professionals involved in energy management within the federal government. FEMWorks 2013 topics include: Harnessing the Power of the People, DoD Critical Issues Forum, DoD’s Cyber Physical Security Crisis, Energy Management Programs in the Government Sector, Contracting, DoD Wind Energy Projects, Army Net Zero Programs, Renewables in the Federal Government, Doing Business with the Federal Government, and many other programs and initiatives will be discussed. Highlighted government professionals include: Michael Aimone, Director of Business Enterprise Integration, Office of the Department under Secretary of Defense; John Lushetsky, Executive Director of the Energy Initiatives Task Force, U.S. Army; Rear Admiral Patrick Lorge, Commandant, Naval District Washington; Chuck Iliff, Director of Energy & Sustainability, Architect of the Capitol; David McAndrew, Federal Energy Management Program, U.S. Department of Energy; Lisa Kaiser, Director, Strategic Planning, Control Systems Security, Department of Homeland Security; and many more. The FEMWorks pavilion located on the show floor will feature a variety of technologies and services geared towards Federal, State and Local Government energy & facility managers. Government Energy Leaders Association Energy Leaders Onsite / Event Sponsors Exhibit Hall Coffee Sponsor New Technologies Breakfast Climate Change In the past 15 years there has been an 85.7 % increase in the number of U.S weather disasters. The number of disasters with more than $1 billion or more in damages caused by hail, thunderstorms and tornadoes has tripled in the last 15 years. Climate change expert Michael MacCracken, Chief Scientist at the Climate Institute will participate in a debate focused on climate change strategies and policies for the U.S. and other countries. Attendees will stay up to date on mapping cap & trade legislation and executive orders from Lawrence Goldenhersh, CEO at Enviance, and Ryan Hodum, Vice President at David Gardiner & Associates. Tour Sponsor Lanyards Wednesday Luncheon Sponsor Energy Policy President Obama devoted a significant portion of his State of the Union message to Energy issues, and we now have a new Secretary of Energy and new Committee leadership in Congress. What is already happening in the 113th Congress on the Hill and at DOE? Is climate change back on the “front burner” in Congress? What will be the likely impact of the new Secretary of Energy as important decisions are made on issues like the Keystone Pipeline project and the nuclear waste problems at Hanford and elsewhere? To address these vital issues a special session with “inside experts” from the Hill – senior Congressional staff from both parties -- will share their perspectives on the chances for energy legislation in the 113th Congress; moderated by Brad Penney, General Counsel, National Association for State Community Services Programs. Legends in Energy Dinner Cruise TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 / Boarding at 6:00PM / Cruise 7:00-10:00PM ABOARD THE ODYSSEY, WASHINGTON, DC The Legends in Energy VIP dinner cruise will be held on Tuesday, September 24th aboard the Odyssey, navigating the waters of the Potomac with views of magnificent Washington, DC, to honor new 2013 Legend in Energy Inductees and our esteemed Legends and Chartered Legends. “The Legend in Energy dinner cruise” will be included in the registration fee for paid WEEC conference attendees who are current Legends or eligible to be a 2013 Legend in Energy Inductee. If you are not already a Legend in Energy, please view the list of criteria on page 11 to see if you qualify to become a Legend in Energy. If you are a WEEC speaker, seminar attendee, exhibitor, corporate leader, or sponsor, you are invited to attend this event for $150. The cost of an additional guest ticket is $150. You must attend the WEEC conference and the Legends in Energy event to receive recognition. This event is first come, first served and pre-registration is required. High Performance & Green Buildings U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR’s Service & Product Provider program will be discussed at WEEC. This session will focus on the role that ENERGY STAR Service & Product Providers play to help their customers comply with the disclosure legislation of building energy performance and how these providers have seized new business opportunities and strengthened their business relationships by assisting customers with the new mandates. Technology & Innovation Pacific Northwest National Laboratory representatives will inform attendees about the cost-effectiveness and lessons learned from a demonstration chiller plant technology performed at a U.S. Courthouse. Dr. Jim Galvin, Program Manager for U.S. Department of Defense SERDP & ESTCP research programs will discuss the Test Bed Technology Program, which demonstrates innovative technologies that reduce military installation energy consumption, increase distributed generation and enhance energy and water security. Presenters in the Smart Grid session include Zac Canders, Program Management at SAIC, Andrew Bakey, Regional Sales Manager for PPL EnergyPlus, Darrell Thornley, Director at CB&I, and Andreas Eberhard, Vice President at Power Standards Lab. These presenters will focus on optimizing your energy product selection in a smart grid environment, engineering microgrids with renewable energy resources, and smart grid mining and analytics. Industrial Energy Management U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR program has developed four outstanding sessions on Industrial Energy Management best practices. Attendees will discover projects that reduced plant energy intensity by 10% or more from Lehigh Hanson, TenX Energy Corporation, McCormick & Co., Toyota, and BD Medical Surgical Systems. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn strategies for integrating energy into a manufacturing company’s core business concerns from General Motors, Raytheon Company, PepsiCo, and SABIC Innovative Plastics. Noted professionals Daniel Navaresse, Global Director of Energy & Fluids, Anheuser-Busch InBev and Graham Thorsteinson, Cereal Division Energy Manager, General Mills, will discuss energy reduction processes for their management systems and industrial facilities. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Canadian experts Jon Feldman, Engineering Manager, Conservation, The Ontario Power Authority, and Andrew Cooper, Energy Specialist, New Gold, Inc. on Canadian industrial energy efficiency success stories. $200 REGISTRATION DISCOUNT COUPON Simply attach this coupon to your completed registration form and return with your payment prior to the registration deadline of September 13, 2013. Visit www.energycongress.com and use the discount code WEECNews1. For new Conference Registrations only. Not valid for seminars, exhibit booths, special events or any other fees. EARN 1.0 CEU / 10PDH / 10 AIA LU FOR PROFESSIONAL LICENSING REQUIREMENTS OR CERTIFICATION BY ATTENDING THE THREE-DAY CONFERENCE Distributed Generation & Alternative Energy Hurricane Sandy blasted the Northeast coast and left in its wake an opportunity to assess the successes and failures of disaster preparation for on-site generation. Hear from expert Peter Funk, Attorney & Partner at Funk & Zeifer, LLP on critical issues relating to reliability and liability of failed on-site generation. Featured CHP case studies from NYU and Princeton Club NYC will be presented by speakers from SourceOne, Inc. and Broad USA, Inc. A CHP demonstration project at a large multi-tenant high-rise office tower in Manhattan using a new large-scale fuel system will be detailed by Al Scaramelli, Senior Vice President at Beacon Capital Partners. Attendees will stay up to speed on fuel cells generating clean, reliable and affordable onsite energy as well as lessons learned for operating fuel cell projects. Opening Session ..............................2 Plenary............................................2 Sponsors..........................................2 Week-at-a-Glance ...........................3 Conference Program .................... 4-5 Seminars ..................................... 6-9 Expo/Free Workshops ....................10 Exhibit Hall Floorplan ....................10 Events/Poster Sessions ..................12 Spotlight .......................................12 Product Showcase ................... 13-19 Registration Form ..........................20 AEE Membership Form ..................20 INSIDE 2 WEEC 2013 Wednesday, September 25, 2013/ 8:30AM-11:10am Band and Color Guard / US Air Force Band & Joint Armed Forces Color Guard OPENING session • 8:30-9:15AM www.energycongress.com • 9:15 – 9:20AM Welcome from AEE Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., Executive Director, Association of Energy Engineers will innovation & green technologies save the global economy? Arnold Schwarzenegger, California’s 38th Governor, Cultural Icon, Environmental Crusader • 9:20 – 10:20AM • 10:20 – 10:45AM What to Expect on Energy Policy under President Obama’s Second Term Kateri Callahan, President, Alliance to Save Energy • 10:45 – 11:10AM Toyota’s Sustainability Program Jim Bolte, President, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama FEATURED EVENTS Annual Awards Banquet Wednesday, September 25, 2013 / 7:00 - 10:00PM Renaissance DC Hotel / Renaissance Ballroom Every year, the Association of Energy Engineers recognizes individuals and companies that have demonstrated notable contributions to the energy profession on the national and international levels. This networking event is included in your paid three-day conference registration. Additional or guest tickets may be purchased for $75. Featured entertainment will be provided by The Capitol Steps: “The Lighter Side of Politics.” The Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them. The Capitol Steps have been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, & PBS and can be heard 4 times a year on National Public Radio states nationwide. Special Networking Opportunities are Included Free to Paid Conference Attendees Closing Keynote Luncheon Friday, September 27, 2013 / 11:15AM - 1:30PM Renaissance DC Hotel / Renaissance Ballroom Long Term Energy Outlook Join us on Friday, September 27th, for the Closing Keynote Luncheon. Featured keynote speaker, William (Bill) M. Colton, Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning at Exxon Mobil Corporation, will discuss the trends that will shape global energy supply and demand over the coming decades and how energy will be used more efficiently as new technologies emerge. The WEEC Keynote Luncheon is included in your paid three-day conference registration. Additional or guest tickets may be purchased for $50. ABOUT THE SILVER SPONSOR SPONSORS & LEADERS ABOUT THE ENERGY LEADERS Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. Green Star Corporate Energy Leader Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. (SEA) is an SBA-approved small emerging business with over 20 years of experience providing comprehensive energy engineering services for commercial and industrial facilities. SEA identifies ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs for all utility types. SEA conducts energy assessments (or energy audits) and recommends cost-effective improvements. SEA services also include building commissioning, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification, energy modeling, utility rate analysis, advanced metering, training and more. Visit us at www.saineng.com. ___________________________________________________ Trane We Know Energy from the Inside Out At Trane, our knowledge of buildings provides a new perspective to energy management; the building’s perspective. We help create high-performance, energy-efficient buildings at every stage of a building’s life cycle, from design and build through operation and renovation. Trane systems and services help increase reliability, lower operational costs, and accurately manage energy. So, because we know buildings from the inside out, we can better manage your building’s energy to increase occupant comfort and productivity while minimizing costs. For more information, visit us at www.trane.com. ___________________________________________________ Utility Management Services White Star Corporate Energy Leader Utility Management Services (UMS), headquartered in Wilmington, NC, provides a simple, risk-free means for businesses to find out whether any opportunities exist to recover or reduce their electric costs without change to their operation or interruption to their business. UMS experts conduct a thorough rate analysis and bill audit, finding savings opportunities by staying ahead of Utility Commission regulations, power provider rate structures, and pending legislation. Since 1998, we have audited 100,000+ utility bills and found over $80Million in savings for businesses, governmental agencies, and commercial clients. ___________________________________________________ ABOUT THE BRONZE SPONSORS Covidien Blue Star Corporate Energy Leader North America Power Partners North America Power Partners (NAPP) manages demand response (DR) resources in wholesale electric markets nationally, to commercial/industrial customers. Flexible energy users reduce their electricity use when the power grid is in jeopardy or when prices are high. NAPP’s DR programs pay recurring revenue. ___________________________________________________ GEICO – White Star Corporate Energy Leader AEE’s partnership with GEICO Auto Insurance gives you the benefit of great rates on high-quality car insurance. In addition to your membership discount -- which could shave as much as 8% more off GEICO’s already low prices -- you’ll also receive 24hour service online or by phone, efficient and fair claim handling, and the peace of mind that comes with being protected by an auto insurance company rated A++ for financial stability. Visit geico. com or call 1-800-368-2734 for a free rate quote today. _________________________________________________________ Kaiser Permanente Blue Star Corporate Energy Leader ___________________________________________________ Government Energy Leaders US EPA ENERGY STAR Program US EPA ENERGY STAR Program is a dynamic government/ industry voluntary partnership that offers business and consumers energy-efficient solutions that make it easy for them to save money and protect the environment. In addition to products, ENERGY STAR has expanded to cover homes and commercial and industrial facilities. Whether you’re looking for energy-efficient products or to improve the efficiency of a building, ENERGY STAR can help. With ENERGY STAR, money isn’t all you’re saving. ___________________________________________________ Goodyear Red Star Corporate Energy Leader Goodyear is one of the world’s largest tire companies. Founded in Akron, Ohio in 1898, it employs about 69,000 people and manufactures its products in 52 facilities in 22 countries around the world. In 2011, Goodyear created a global energy leadership position within the sustainability team and each of the strategic business units, and also established a global energy management system. With the goal of reducing energy rates by 15 percent over five years, 2011’s results were on target and represent a successful start to an important effort. ___________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Association Energy Leaders _________________________________________________________ Onsite/Event Sponsors New Technologies Breakfast Lanyards Exhibit Hall Coffee Tour Wednesday Exhibit Hall Luncheon www.energycongress.com CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE DAY ONE • WEDNESDAY • September 25, 2013 Track B FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session B1 Harnessing the Power of People Track C FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session C1 DoD Crtical Issues Forum Track D Energy Management Session D1 Fundamentals of Sustainable Lighting Track E Energy Services Session E1 Demand Response & Demand Side Management Track F Climate Change Session F1 Sustainable, Efficient Communities & Campuses Track I Industrial Energy Management Session I1 Projects that Reduced Plant Energy Intensity by 10% or More: EPA’s ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry Achiever Plants Track J Industrial Energy Management Session J1 ISO/SEP Track K Technology & Innovation Session K1 Industrial Energy Reduction Projects Track L Distributed Generation Session L1 New & Improved Uses of Natural Gas at Your Facilities WEEC 2013 3 Conference Opening Session • 8:30 am - 11:15 am Luncheon in Exhibit Hall for Conference Attendees • 12:00 noon Exhibits Open • 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Networking Reception in Expo Hall • 4:30 pm AEE Banquet Reception • 6:15pm and AEE International Awards Banquet • 7:00pm / Renaissance Ballroom at the Renaissance DC Hotel WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SESSIONS 2:30-4:30 PM Track A FEMWorks Energy Policy & Security Session A1 Energy in the 113th Congress: What to Expect Track G Green Buildings/Lighting Session G1 Life Cycle Building Commissioning & Advanced Retro-Commissioning Track H High Performance Buildings Session H1 ENERGY STAR Partners Help Clients Meet Energy Disclosure Mandates Track M Alternative & Renewable Energy Session M1 Alternative Energy & Fuel Cells DAY TWO • THURSDAY • September 26, 2013 THURSDAY MORNING SESSIONS 9:00-11:00 AM Track A Track B FEMWorks FEMWorks Government Energy Policy & Security Energy Management Session A2 Session B2 Solving DoD’s Cyber Implementing Successful Physical Security Challenge Energy Management - from Inside DoD’s Fences Programs in the Education to the Defense Industrial & Government Sectors Base Track H High Performance Buildings Session H2 Benchmarking & M&V Luncheon in Exhibit Hall for Conference Attendees • 12:00 noon Exhibits Open • 10:00 am–4:00 pm Track C FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session C2 Contracting: ESPC & UESC Track D Energy Management Session D2 Metering & Data Information Systems Track E Energy Services Session E2 Using Ipads & Tablets for Energy Management Track F Climate Change Session F2 Climate Change Initiatives, Plans & Reports Track G Green Buildings/Lighting Session G2 Building Energy Performance Track I Industrial Energy Management Session I2 Finding Energy & Cost Savings through Energy Treasure Hunts Track J Industrial Energy Management Session J2 Moving Beyond Basics: Strategies for Integrating Energy into a Manufacturing Company’s Core Business Concerns Track K Technology & Innovation Session K2 Industrial Sustainability Projects Track L Distributed Generation Session L2 Cogeneration Best Practices Track M Alternative & Renewable Energy Session M2 Solar/PV THURSDAY AFTERNOON SESSIONS 2:30-4:30 PM Track A FEMWorks Energy Policy & Security Session A3 DoD Wind Energy Projects & Panel Discussion Track B FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session B3 Army Net Zero Energy Track C FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session C3 Doing Business with the Federal Government Track D Energy Management Session D3 Energy Management & Master Planning Case Studies Track E Energy Services Session E3 Performance Contracting & Altnerative Financing Track F Climate Change Session F3 The Great Climate Change Debate Track G Green Buildings/Lighting Session G3 Lighting Technology Updates Track H High Performance Buildings Session H3 Net Zero Energy Track I Industrial Energy Management Session I3 Building an Energy Efficiency Program at Small & Medium Sized Manufacturing Companies Track J Industrial Energy Management Session J3 Best Practices of Compressed Air Track K Technology & Innovation Session K3 New Emerging Technologies Track L Distributed Generation Session L3 CHP Track M Alternative & Renewable Energy Session M3 Geothermal FRIDAY MORNING SESSIONS 9:00-11:00 AM Track A FEMWorks Energy Policy & Security Session A4 Federal Initiatives & Programs Keynote Luncheon • 11:15 am – 1:30 pm / Renaissance Ballroom at the Renaissance DC Hotel Track B FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session B4 Federal Commissioning Projects Track H High Performance Buildings Session H4 Energy Modeling & High Performance Building Design Track C FEMWorks Government Energy Management Session C4 Renewables in the Federal Government Track I Industrial Energy Management Session I4 Northern Exposure Canadian Energy Efficiency Success Stories Track D Energy Management Session D4 Employee & Energy Awareness Track J Industrial Energy Management Session J4 Large Industrial Energy Reduction Savings & Projects Track E Energy Services Session E4 Energy Auditing Track K Technology & Innovation Session K4 Smart Grid Track G Green Buildings/Lighting Session G4 Data Center Efficiency DAY THREE • FRIDAY • September 27, 2013 EARN 1.0 CEU / 10PDH / 10 AIA LU FOR PROFESSIONAL LICENSING REQUIREMENTS OR CERTIFICATION BY ATTENDING THE THREE-DAY CONFERENCE SEMINARS AT A GLANCE In addition to the conference, the WEEC offers a variety of specific seminars to help meet attendees training needs. Various seminars are accompanied by AEE Certifications. Enhance your career portfolio by taking the exam to obtain the certification designation. One Day Workshop Tuesday, September 24, 2013 / 9:00am-5:00pm Earn 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / $480 • Using Smart Metering to Cut Energy Costs Two Day Seminars Monday, September 23 – Tuesday, September 24, 2013 Earn 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH • Basics of Distributed Generation and Onsite CHP (DGCP prep) • Skills Update 2013 for Certified Energy Managers Three Day Seminars Monday, September 23 – Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Earn 2.0 CEU / 20 PDH • Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation (BESA prep) • Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Energy (CEP prep) • Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency (CLEP prep) • Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification: Applying the IPMVP (CMVP prep) • Fundamentals of Power Quality (CPQ prep) • Fundamentals of Energy Efficiency: A Training Program for Practitioners (EEP prep) Four Day Seminars Monday, September 23 – Thursday, September 26, 2013 Earn 3.0 CEU / 30 PDH • Superior Energy Performance: Certified Practioner in Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS) Five Day Seminars Monday, September 23 – Friday, September 27, 2013 Earn 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH • Advanced Retro-Commissioning (Masters Level CBCP prep) • Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals (BEP prep) Concurrent Training and Certification with WEEC. For more information on these seminars, please visit www.energycongress.com/seminars 4 WEEC 2013 CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th / 2:30-4:30PM Track D Energy Management Session D1 Fundamentals of Sustainable Lighting www.energycongress.com Energy Policy & Security Track A FEMWorks Track B FEMWorks Government Energy Management Track C FEMWorks Government Energy Management Track E Energy Services Session E1 Demand Response & Demand Side Management Chair: Laurie Wiegand-Jackson, C.E.P., President, North America Power Partners LLC 2:30 - 3:00PM Automated Demand Response Laurie Wiegand-Jackson, C.E.P., President, North America Power Partners LLC Track F Climate Change Session F1 Sustainable, Efficient Communities & Campuses Chair: Peter J. Garforth, P.E., Principal, Garforth International LLC 2:30 - 3:00PM A Case Study & Lessons Learned from a Campus that has Pushed the Boundaries of Sustainability Lowell Rasmussen, Vice Chancellor, University of Minnesota Morris Track G Green Buildings/Lighting Session G1 Life Cycle Building Commissioning & Advanced Retro-Commissioning Chair: W. Dan Turner, Ph.D., P.E., President and Song Deng, P.E., C.B.C.P., C.M.V.P., R.E.P., Technical Advisor, Bee 2:30 - 3:00PM From Good to Best: Exceeding Expectations with RetroCommissioning Stuart Schlotterbeck, P.E., Senior Mechanical Engineer, Dynamix Engineering Ltd. 3:00 - 3:30PM Retro-Commissioning at University of Illinois Damon McFall, Management Engineer and Nathan Reifsteck, Engineer, University of Illinois Session A1 Energy in the 113th Congress: What to Expect Chair: Brad Penney, General Counsel, National Association for State Community Services Programs 2:30 - 4:30PM President Obama devoted a significant portion of his State of the Union message to Energy issues, and we now have a new Secretary of Energy and new Committee leadership in Congress. What is already happening in the 113th Congress on the Hill and at DOE? Is climate change back on the “front burner” in Congress? What will be the likely impact of the new Secretary of Energy as important decisions are made on issues like the Keystone Pipeline project and the nuclear waste problems at Hanford and elsewhere? What is the impact on legislation of new leadership (Senator Ron Wyden, D. OR) in the Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee? To address these vital issues, we have invited a panel of “inside experts” from the Hill --- senior Congressional staff from both parties --- to help us assess the changes on the Hill and at DOE. Our panelists will share their perspectives on the chances for energy legislation in the 113th Congress – will there be a comprehensive bill like EISA in 2007, or a series of smaller bills like the Shaheen-Portman EE bill, S. 1000, which drew bipartisan support last year. What are the prospects for the President’s SOTU call to reduce energy waste and double our energy productivity? How much of this goal can be accomplished without legislation? Invited Panelists: • Michael Bloomquist, General Counsel, House Committee on Energy & Commerce • Tricia Russell, Legislative Director, Congressman Steve Israel (D. NY) • Franz Wuerfmannsdobler, Senior Energy Policy Advisor, Senator Christopher Coons (D. DE) • Joshua Sheinkman, Staff Director, US Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee • McKie Campbell, Republican Staff Director, US Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee Session B1 Harnessing the Power of the People Chair: Jim E. Woods, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Vice President, Business Development, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. 2:30-3:00PM Leadership Integration into Shore Operations Admiral Patrick J. Lorge, Commandant, Naval District Washington (Invited) Session C1 DoD Critical Issues Forum Chair: Stephen P. Sain, P.E., C.E.M., Chair: John L. Fetters, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., C.E.P., C.M.V.P., B.E.P., C.R.M., President, C.E.A., Owner, Effective Lighting Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. Solutions 2:30 - 4:30PM In this forum we will have key speakers from each of the Military Services discuss critical issues impacting their programs. We will examine the strategies, policies and projects the Services are implementing regarding their energy goals. They will discuss the current laws and policy and their progress to date. Each Service will discuss how their strategy is changing and how that will affect execution. Each will cover progress in areas such as energy savings and renewable energy. They will also address how each Service will undertake new strategies and programs and how that will interact with their energy security, micro-grid and net zero programs. Invited Panelists: • Kevin Geiss, Ph.D., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy, U.S. Air Force • Tom Hicks, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy, U.S. Navy • Richard Kidd, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy & Sustainability, U.S. Army 2:30 - 3:00PM Elements of Sustainable Lighting John L. Fetters, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., C.E.A., Owner, Effective Lighting Solutions 3:00-3:30PM Harnessing the Power of Community & Clean Energy Carl Costello, President & Founder, Greening America 3:00 - 3:30PM Sustainable Outdoor Lighting Cheryl English, Vice President, Government & Industry Relations, Acuity Brands Lighting 3:00-3:30PM Making Demand Response Scalable and Profitable for the Small to Mid Commercial Energy Consumer Rob Davis, Senior Vice President, Premier Alliance 3:30-4:00PM Intelligent Load Optimization through Demand Side Management at Ft. Meade Anthony Karwoski, Resource Efficiency Manager, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. 4:00 - 4:30PM Intelligent Load Management: The Future of Demand Side Management Steven Winstead, System Architect, SAIC 3:00 - 3:30PM Energy Efficiency & Sustainability in Chicago Elena Savona, C.E.M., PMP, LEED AP, Energy & Sustainability Program Manager, CB&I 3:30-4:00PM WBDG Sustainable Institutional Change for Federal Managers Elizabeth Malone, Ph.D., Scientist, Joint Global Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (Invited) 4:00-4:30PM Panel Discussion 3:30 - 4:00PM UL-106 Standard for Sustainability for General Illumination Lighting William F. Hoffman III, Senior Scientist, UL Environment 3:30 - 4:00PM City of Dallas: Open System Energy Management Controls Jesse Dillard, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Manager, City of Dallas 3:30 - 4:00PM Implementing the Results of an Energy Audit & RetroCommissioning Process Michael C. English, P.E., CCP, LEED AP, Senior Partner, Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP 4:00 - 4:30PM Advanced Retro-Commissioning, Life Cycle Building Commissioning, & Monitoring-Based Commissioning W. Dan Turner, Ph.D., P.E., President and Song Deng, P.E., C.B.C.P., C.M.V.P., R.E.P., Technical Advisor, Bee 4:00 - 4:30PM Energizing your Workplace with Daylight Harvesting Brent Protzman, Ph.D., C.E.M., LEED GA, LC, Lead Building Scientist, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 4:00 - 4:30PM District Energy Business Planning Ron Collins, Vice President, Business Development & Partnership, Guelph Hydro, Inc. and Rob Kerr, Corporate Manager, Community Energy, City of Guelph (Invited) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH / 9:00-11:00AM Session A2 Session B2 Solving DoD’s Cyber Physical Evaluate and Communicate Security Challenge - from – Sharing Your Building Inside DoD’s Fences to the Energy Efficiency Defense Industrial Base Achievements Chair: Daryl Haegley, Program Manager, Information Risk Management, Office of the Deputy under Secretary of Defense 9:00 - 11:00AM DoD’s Cyber Physical, Operations Technology or Industrial Control Systems assets are distributed among 40 countries, 523 installations, 5,057 sites, 557,105 buildings and linear structures over 27.7 million acres. An enterprise inventory of systems or devices includes approximately 4 utility systems per installation (electric, water, wastewater, natural gas), 2-3 exterior systems per installation (lighting, CCTV, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), etc.), 1-3 systems per linear structure (pipeline, locks, etc.) and 5-10 building systems per building (Building Automation Systems (BAS), Emergency Management Systems (EMS), Access Control Systems (ACS), etc.), equating to approximately 2.5 million systems and many more devices. Panel will discuss DoD’s multi-vector approach to advance ICS Cybersecurity from education to operations. Invited Panelists: • Robert Leverton, USCYBERCOM J5 • Lisa Kaiser, Director, Strategic Planning, Control Systems Security, Department of Homeland Security • Jeff Johnson, Command Information Officer, Naval District Washington • John Saunders, Ph.D., Director, Center of Information Assurance, National Defense University Chair: Leslie Cook, Program Manager, U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR 9:00 - 9:30AM Building energy benchmarking is an important tool to increase the effectiveness of building energy management programs and public communication of benchmarking results can further motivate internal and external support of these programs. Local and state governments and school districts will share their experience tracking, analyzing, and communicating quantifiable energy efficiency achievements within their portfolio of buildings. Panelists: • Bob Schoch, Director of Business Administration, North Penn School District • Bill Willis, Program Coordinator, State of West Virginia (Invited) • John Morrill, Energy Manager, Arlington County, VA (Invited) Session C2 Contracting: ESPC & UESC Session D2 Metering & Data Information Systems Session E2 Using iPads & Tablets for Energy Management Session F2 Climate Change Initiatives, Plans & Reports Chair: Ryan Hodum, Vice President, David Gardiner & Associates, LLC 9:00 - 9:30AM Climate Change: Executive Orders & Current Legislation Ryan Hodum, Vice President, David Gardiner & Associates, LLC 9:30 - 10:00AM Duke University’s Climate Action Plan & LEED Experience Casey A. Collins, Energy Engineer, Duke University Session G2 Building Energy Performance Chair: Nick J. Stecky, C.E.M., LEED AP, President, NJS Associates, LLC 9:00 - 9:30AM Methodologies for Energy Performance Assessments David Leipziger, Project Manager, Institute for Market Transformation 9:30 – 10:00AM Post Occupancy Energy Use Monitoring & Verification of Environmentally Responsible Multifamily Residential Buildings Craig Kneeland, Senior Project Manager, NYSERDA and Dave Lahiri, P.E., C.E.M., Partner, Viridian Energy & Environmental, LLC 10:00 – 10:30AM LEED Buildings as a Business Model for Sustainability Commitment Daniel Tisak, Ph.D., C.B.C.P., C.S.D.P., E.B.C.P., LEED AP, Director of Commissioning, Bala Consulting Engineers, Inc. 10:30 – 11:00AM Energy Savings in Building through the Implementation of ECBC & LEED - A Case Study Arindam Dutta, Assistant Professor & Coordinator of Energy Management, Indian Institute of Social Welfare & Business Dev. Chair: Chuck Iliff, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, CFM, Director of Energy & Sustainability, Architect of the Capitol 9:00 - 9:30AM Basics of Federal Utility Contracts James Snook, P.E., C.E.M., Senior Associate, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. 9:30 - 10:00AM Utility Energy Service Contracting David McAndrew, Federal Energy Management Program, U.S. Department of Energy Chair: Annemarie Diaz, P.E., C.E.M., C&I Chair: Timothy Middelkoop, Ph.D., Program Manager, Program Design & C.E.M., Adjunct Professor, University Development, CLEAResult of Florida 9:00 - 9:30AM kWhOURS: Standardization through Mobile Applications Shobin Uralil, Founder & CFO, kWhOURS, Inc. 9:30-10:00AM 9:30 – 10:00AM Instant Access: Using Mobile Electric Load Disaggregation Technology to Link Real-Time through Interval Data Analysis Lindsay P. Audin, C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, Energy Data to Recent Actions Dan Brown, P.E., Vice President, Product President, Energywiz, Inc. Development, Cascade Energy, Inc. 9:00 - 9:30AM Information from Interval Data Steve Doty, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Engineer, Colorado Springs Utilities 10:00-10:30AM Implementing ESPC in Historic Buildings - United States Capitol Chuck Iliff, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, CFM, Director of Energy & Sustainability, Architect of the Capitol 10:30-11:00AM Performing ESPC in Federal Government Industrial Facilities Jeffrey Stringfield, P.E., Solutions Development Leader, Honeywell 10:00 – 10:30AM Energy Data Visualization for Today’s High Performance Facility Donald Millstein, President & CEO, E-Mon 10:30 – 11:00AM Energy Management Information Systems: How they fit into the Energy Management Picture Ken Stoltman, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, MPC Energy 10:00 - 10:30AM Mobilization of Data - Manage Energy Usage on-the-go and Increase Visibility of Efficiency Programs with Smartphones & Tablets Janie Jefferies-Freer, President, eSight Energy, Inc. 10:30 - 11:00AM EPRI Power Quality Investigator - Application of Web-Enabled Mobile Technology for Industrial Audits Mark Stephens, P.E., C.E.M., Senior Project Manager, Electric Power Research Institute 10:00 - 10:30AM Mapping Cap & Trade Legislation’s Pathway from California to D.C. Lawrence Goldenhersh, CEO, Enviance 10:30 - 11:00AM Creation/Third Party Verification of Large Governmental Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report Peter W. Livingston, P.E., C.E.M., Energy & Sustainability Manager, County of San Diego THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH / 2:30-4:30PM Session A3 DoD Wind Energy Projects & Panel Discussion Chair: Jennifer States, Senior Energy Specialist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 2:30 - 4:30PM Join us for a panel discussion on the state of the wind industry. Hear from leading experts on what the entrance of DoD into the market space can mean for the wind industry. Each of the three military branches will cover their different models and approaches to renewable energy on installations and how wind specifically fits in. Panelists: • Michael Aimone, P.E., Director, Business Enterprise Integration, Office of the Department under Secretary of Defense • Jennifer States, Senior Energy Specialist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Session B3 Army Net Zero Energy Chair: Kristine Kingery, Director, Army Sustainability Policy, U.S. Army 2:30 – 3:00PM Army Net Zero Energy Overview Kristine Kingery, Director, Army Sustainability Policy, U.S. Army Session C3 Doing Business with the Federal Government Chair: Edwin W. Dovel, Vice President of Public Sector, Harris Lighting 2:30 – 3:00PM GSA Contracts, A Contract Holder’s Perspective Edwin W. Dovel, Vice President of Public Sector, Harris Lighting Session D3 Energy Management & Master Planning Case Studies Session E3 Performance Contracting & Alternative Financing Session F3 The Great Climate Change Debate Chair: David Gardiner, Principal, President, David Gardiner & Associates 2:30 - 4:30PM Session G3 Lighting Technology Updates Chair: Nick Bleeker, Business Development Marketing Manager, Philips Lighting North America 2:30 - 3:00PM Trends & Improvements in Lighting Technology John (Jack) Curran, Ph.D., President, LED Transformations, LLC Chair: Fredric S. Goldner, C.E.M., C.E.A., Chair: Eric A. Woodroof, Ph.D., President, Energy Management & C.E.M., C.R.M., Founder, www. Research Associates ProfitableGreenSolutions.com 2:30 - 3:00PM The Trials & Tribulations of Energy Management in Healthcare Robert L. Berninger, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.S.D.P., General Manager - Plant Operations, Energy & Engineering, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 3:00 - 3:30PM Monroe County, FL - A Case Study in Sustainable Energy Management Mark Imel, P.E., C.E.M., CP EnMS, Energy Services Technical Director, HDR Architecture, Inc. 3:30 - 4:00PM Energy Technology Management in Supermarkets James Rufo, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.D.S.M., Director, AGES Company 2:30 – 3:00PM Corporate Protocols for Capital Investment: Implications for Energy Efficiency Christopher H. Russell, C.E.M., C.R.M., Principal, Energy Pathfinder Management Consulting, LLC 3:00 - 3:30PM On-Bill Repayment: Low-Cost Funding for Clean Energy Retrofits Brad Copithorne, Director of Financial Innovation, Environmental Defense Fund 3:30 - 4:00PM ESCOs & Cross-Border Energy Services: Ideas for International Cooperation Alexander V. Novoseltsev, Advisor, Energy Efficiency, Institute of General Energy 4:00 – 4:30PM PACE Financing Brian McCarter, Chief Executive Officer, Sustainable Real Estate Solutions, Inc. 3:00 – 3:30PM Net Zero Energy Paul M. Volkman, C.E.M., Energy Manager, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, U.S. Army 3:30 – 4:00PM Net Zero Water Marc Kodack, Project Manager, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, U.S. Army 3:00 – 3:30PM SubContractor 101 - How do I work with Primes? Toby Chandler, Senior Major Accounts Executive, Atlanta Gas Light 3:30 – 4:00PM Working with the Corp. Tammie Learned, Branch Chief, Energy Optimization, Army Corp of Engineers 4:00 – 4:30PM Net Zero Waste Wanda Johnsen, Environmental Engineer, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, U.S. Army 4:00 – 4:30PM What the Federal Government Wish you knew about Developing Proposals Bobby Starling, C.E.M., President, B. Starling & Associates, inc. 4:00-4:30PM Challenges of Developing & Implementing a Rural Community Energy Master Plan David Seidel, P.E., President, Seidel Research & Development Co., LLC President Obama prominently mentioned climate change in his State of the Union message. Given the gridlock between the two branches of Congress, many observers concluded that the President intends to pursue climate change initiatives through his existing executive authority. This debate will feature presenters on both sides of the issue, and will be moderated by David Gardiner, formerly Executive Director of the White House Climate Change Task Force, and former Assistant Administrator of the EPA for Policy. Topics to be addressed in the debate include the following: What are the most significant recent updates in climate science - what’s new and what should everyone remember when they leave this room? How do you communicate complex scientific findings to policy makers and the general public? What are your recommendations to de-politicize climate change science? Current technology is sufficient to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to avoid dangerous climate change. What obstacles stand in our way to do it? What actions under the Clean Air Act and other existing authority are we likely see in the Second Obama Administration, and what are the prospects, if any, for legislation? What should we be doing right now in the way of climate adaptation, to mitigate the effects of extreme climate occurrences like Hurricane Sandy? Panelists: • Michael MacCracken, Ph.D., Chief Scientist for Climate Change Programs, Climate Institute • Joseph J. Romm, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress 3:00 - 3:30PM Are LEDs Ready for Industrial Spaces? Bradley J. Reed, C.E.M., C.P.Q., Assistant Project Manager, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 3:30 - 4:00PM Are LEDs Ready for Commercial Spaces? Achieving 70% Savings while Increasing Human Productivity Rodney Heller, LC, C.L.E.P., Senior Lighting Designer, Energy Performance Lighting 4:00 - 4:30PM Fort Irwin Energy & the Environment Key to our Future Hossam Kassab, Resource Efficiency Manager, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH / 9:00-11:00AM Session A4 Session B4 Federal Initiatives and Programs Federal Commissioning Projects Chair: Jim Woods, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Vice President, Business Development, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. 9:00-9:30am Carrying Forward a Legacy of Sustainability at the Architect of the Capitol Chuck Illiff, Chief Sustainability Officer, Architect of the Capitol 9:30-10:00am Moving towards Sustainability Kathie Koenig, Program Manager, National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce 10:00-10:30am DOE Energy Programs Amanda B. Sahl, Program Manager, Federal Energy Management Program, Department of Energy 10:30-11:00am Panel Discussion Chair: Butch Wallace, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Director, Engineering Technical Services, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. 9:00 - 9:30AM The Commissioning Process for Federal Facilities: Case Studies of Varying Expectations Woody Thompson, C.E.M., R.E.P., C.B.C.P., CPMP, LEED AP, Regional Service Group Leader - Commissioning & Energy, Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc. 9:30 - 10:00AM Monitoring Based Commissioning - A Case Study in Sustainable Practices Dean A. Taylor, Manager of Services, Cimetrics, Inc. 10:00-10:30AM 13-38 in 18 Months: A Community Hospital Raises Energy Star Score Brandon Travis, Project Manager, SSRCx 10:30-11:00AM Panel Discussion & Q&A Session C4 Renewables in the Federal Government Chair: Michael Aimone, P.E., Director, Business Enterprise Integration, Office of the Department under Secretary of Defense 9:00 - 9:30AM EITF Renewable Energy Overview John Lushetsky, Executive Director, Energy Initiatives Task Force, Department of the Army Session D4 Employee & Energy Awareness Chair: Asad Gilani, C.E.M., B.E.P., Energy Program Manager, DHS-ICE 9:00 - 9:30AM Behavioral Modification as an Energy Management Strategy Jennifer H. DuPlessis, Energy Manager, Arlington Independent School District Session E4 Energy Auditing Chair: Asit Patel, President, ANP Energy Consulting Services Corp. 9:00 - 9:30AM Energy Audit Requirements & Legislation Chris Balbach, C.E.M., Vice President of Research and Development, Performance Systems Development Session G4 Data Center Efficiency Chair: Geoff Overland, Data Center Program Manager, CLEAResult 9:00 - 9:30AM Data Center Information Technology & Facility Sustainability Metrics John P. Cilia, Managing Consultant, IBM Systems and Technology 9:30 - 10:00AM STARSM Power Gaynor Dawson, P.E., Director of Environmental Technologies, CALIBRE Systems, Inc. 10:00 - 10:30AM How Federal Energy Managers can use Third-Party Financing for Solar Jim Brennan, Director of Project Development, Western U.S., Borrego Solar Systems, Inc. 10:30 - 11:00AM State of the Wind Energy Industry Tom Vinson, Senior Director of Federal Regulatory Affairs, American Wind Energy Association 9:30 - 10:00AM Energy Program Communications Ken Roden, C.E.M., Energy Team Facilitator, Nissan North America 10:00 - 10:30AM Employee Engagement Gregory W. Scattergood, Infrastructure Program Manager, Mondelez International 10:30 - 11:00AM Don’t Change your Lights - Enlighten your People Uli Schildt, Energy Engineer, Darigold 9:30 - 10:00AM How to Select a Good Energy Auditor Jim Phillips, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., G.B.E., Vice President – Engineering, Independent Energy Alternatives 10:00 - 10:30AM Energy Audits in Action Lonnie Russell, C.E.M., Energy Consultant, EnergyMan, LLC 10:30 - 11:00AM Test Equipment & Gadgets Required while Conducting an Energy Audit Donald B. Edwards, C.E.M., C.P.Q., C.E.A., Energy Manager, DTE Energy 9:30 - 10:00AM Data Center Temperature Setpoint Impact on Cooling Efficiency Tejas Desai, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., LEED AP, Engineering Manager, Willdan Energy Solutions 10:00 - 10:30AM The Warmest Year Ever Recorded & the Potential Impacts John Peterson, Project Engineer, HP 10:30 - 11:00AM How Green Standards are Changing Data Center Design & Operations Munther Salim, Ph.D., C.E.M., LEED GA, Director of Energy Efficiency, HP - Critical Facilities Services www.energycongress.com CONFERENCE Wednesday, September 25th / 2:30-4:30PM Track J Industrial Energy Management Track K Technology & Innovation Track L Distributed Generation WEEC 2013 5 Track H High Performance Buildings Track I Industrial Energy Management Track M Alternative & Renewable Energy Session H1 ENERGY STAR Partners Help Clients Meet Energy Disclosure Mandates Chair: Robert D. Sauchelli, ENERGY STAR Service & Product Provider Program Manager, US EPA ENERGY STAR 2:30 - 4:30PM Many governments and municipalities across the country – including Washington, DC – now require the public disclosure of building energy performance. Come learn about these mandates which require building owners and managers to document and disclose their facilities’ energy consumption using Portfolio Manager, EPA’s ENERGY STAR measurement and tracking tool. This session will also focus on the role that ENERGY STAR Service & Product Providers play to help their customers comply with the disclosure legislation. Find out how Service & Product Providers have seized a new business opportunity and strengthened their business relationships by assisting their clients to meet these new mandates. Panelists: • John Klein, Principal, JDM Associates • Conor Laver, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Bright Power, Inc. • Jessica Lawrence, Program Manager, Building Energy Performance Policy, Institute for Market Transformation • Chris Cayten, LEED AP, Managing Director, CodeGreenSolutions Session I1 Projects that Reduced Plant Energy Intensity by 10% or More: EPA’s ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry Achiever Plants Chair: Steve C. Schultz, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., Corporate Energy Manager, 3M 2:30 - 3:00PM Mining for Energy Savings at Lehigh Hanson - Plant Efficiency Projects Leroy Goree, Senior Electrical Engineering Manager, Lehigh Hanson and Steve Austin, Managing Director, TenX Energy Corporation 3:00 - 3:30PM Tastefully Sustainable - How McCormick met the ENERGY STAR Challenge Jeff Blankman, Sustainable Manufacturing Manager, McCormick & Co 3:30 - 4:30PM Energy Reductions using the Yosodome Process Kristine Longenette, Paint Specialist – Plastics, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana 4:00 - 4:30PM The Power of Networking to Drive Energy Savings Scott Hudson, Manager Energy, Emissions & Facilities, BD Medical Surgical Systems Session J1 ISO/SEP Session K1 Industrial Energy Reduction Projects Session L1 New & Improved Uses of Natural Gas at Your Facilities Session M1 Alternative Energy & Fuel Cells Chair: Timothy B. Janos, B.E.P., C.D.S.M., C.E.A., Chair: Bradley J. Reed, C.E.M., C.P.Q., Assistant C.E.M., C.R.M., C.S.D.P., President, Spectrum Project Manager, Toyota Motor Engineering & Energy Concepts, Inc. Manufacturing North America 2:30 - 4:30PM Superior Energy Performance: A Pathway to Accelerated Energy Efficiency for Better Plants Partners Paul Scheihing, Technology Manager, U.S. Department of Energy 3:00 - 3:30PM Real Time Proactive Energy Management Jon Peery, Vice President, RTS Consulting, Inc. 2:30 - 3:00PM Adiabatic Humidification Brian Myers, Energy Engineering Specialist, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 3:00 - 3:30PM Energy Reduction via Control of Oven Air Flow Kevin Bell, Energy Engineering Specialist, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 3:30 - 4:00PM In Situ Addition of Return Air Ducts for Energy Reduction Leonardo Bassi, Utilities Engineering Specialist, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Baja California 4:00 - 4:30PM Optimizing Paint Booth Downdraft Paul Houchins, Manufacturing Engineering Specialist, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Chair: Richard J. Costello, P.E., C.E.M., MSEM, BSME, President, Acela Energy Group, Inc. 2:30 - 3:00PM Reducing your Gas Usage Kitchen Exhaust Fume Hood Controls Marc Sandofsky, Director, RetroCool Energy, Inc. 3:00 - 3:30PM Air to Air Heat Exchangers - An Easy Way to Save Natural Gas Randy Steele, Airxchange Chair: Patricia H. Rose, Consultant 2:30 - 3:00PM New Generation CHP Fuel Cell Provides Energy to Highrise Manhattan Office Tower Al Scaramelli, Ph.D., P.E., Senior Vice President, Beacon Capital Partners 3:00 - 3:30PM Combined Cycle Power Plants of the Future Sam Ghosh, P.E., C.E.A., PMP, Senior Project Manager, Kinder Morgan 3:30 - 4:00PM Some Real Lessons, Based on Real Data & Costs from Operating Fuel Cell Projects John L. Salas, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., C.B.C.P., LEED AP, Managing Principal, Salas O’Brien 4:00 - 4:30PM Fuel Cells: Coast to Coast Richard C. Shaw, P.E., General Manager, US Sales, ClearEdge Power 3:30 - 4:00PM ISO 50001 - Real World Business Results from Early Adopters Wade Willatt, Senior Application Engineer, Schneider Electric 4:00 - 4:30PM Industrial Energy Management & its Link to Achieving Corporate Strategic Goals John Michael Morris, Master Trainer/Consultant, Plexus International 3:30 - 4:00PM Saving Natural Gas Buy Better Control of Your Roof Top Units Danny Miller, President Transformative Wave Technologies 4:00 - 4:30PM Natural Gas/Propane Hot Water Heat Pump with 175% Efficiency Richard J. Costello, P.E., C.E.M., MSEM, BSME, President, Acela Energy Group, Inc. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH / 9:00-11:00AM Session H2 Benchmarking & M&V Session I2 Finding Energy & Cost Savings through Treasure Hunts Chair: Bruce Bremer, President, Bremer Energy Consulting Services, Inc. 9:00 - 9:30AM Global Energy Director for Koch Industries Brad Runda, P.E., C.E.M., Global Energy Director, Koch Industries 9:30 - 10:00AM Building Energy Awareness - A one-day Treasure Hunt does more than find Treasures Richard Feustel, C.E.M., Corporate Energy Services Manager, Briggs & Stratton Corporation 10:00 - 10:30AM Low-Cost / No-Cost Energy Savings at Owens Corning’s Composites Division Donald Scarsella, C.E.M., Energy Program Manager, Owens Corning 10:30 - 11:00AM Implementing Energy Treasure Hunts at Intertape Polymer Group: Improvement Opportunities & Lessons Learned Michael Jones, D.B.A., Manager of Engineering & Corp. Energy Team Leader, Intertape Polymer Group Session J2 Moving Beyond Basics: Strategies for Integrating Energy into a Manufacturing Company’s Core Business Concerns Chair: Bhaskar Dusi, Corporate Energy Manager, CEMEX 9:00 - 9:30AM GM’s Energy Management Process Integrated into their Global Manufacturing System Alfred J. Hildreth, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Manager, General Motors Company 9:30 – 10:00AM Adopting an Energy Efficiency Mindset: Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems Business Tracy Fialli, Senior Energy Engineer, Raytheon Company 10:00 – 10:30AM The Challenge of Synergizing your Sustainability Plan with your Business Plan: A PepsiCo Perspective Rob Meyers, Environmental Sustainability Director, PepsiCo 10:30 – 11:00AM The Challenges of Creating Meaningful Energy Improvement Targets Deborah Downey, Energy/Sustainability Regional Lead, SABIC Innovative Plastics Session K2 Industrial Sustainability Projects Session L2 Cogeneration Best Practices Session M2 Solar/PV Chair: Todd Billings, C.E.M., Business Development Director, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. 9:00 - 9:30AM Analyzing Data from New York City’s Energy Benchmarking Policy Donna Hope, Policy Analyst, NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability 9:30 - 10:00AM Benchmarking & Improving Energy Performance in Airports Charles Marshall, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.L.E.P., Utilities Manager, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 10:00 - 10:30AM Case Study from MUSH Market Robert Davidson, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Energy Performance Specialist, Schneider Electric Chair: Bradley J. Reed, C.E.M., C.P.Q., Assistant Chair: Buster Barksdale Jr., C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Project Manager, Toyota Motor Engineering & Principal, CoGen Power Solutions Manufacturing North America 9:00 - 9:30AM Using a Membrane Bio Reactor for End of Pipe Recycle Frank Canterbury, Water & Wastewater Systems Specialist, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 9:30 - 10:00AM Using Outside Air for Free Cooling Hetal Devram, Utilities Engineering Specialist, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 9:00 - 9:30AM CHP as a Reliable Energy Model A Case Study from NYU Michael Byrnes, Chief Operating Officer, SourceOne, Inc., and John Bradley, Assistant Vice President, Sustainability, Energy & Technical Services, New York University 9:30 - 10:00AM When Disaster Strikes On-Site Cogeneration - Critical Issues Relating to Reliability & Liability Peter V.K Funk Jr., Partner, Funk & Zeifer LLP Chair: Ken Patterson, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., Senior Energy Advocate, Advanced Energy Innovations 9:00 – 9:30AM The Battery Park City Experience Anthony Pereira, President & CEO, altPOWER, Inc. 9:30 – 10:00AM Introducing Solar Energy to the NFL: Stadium Doubles as Power Plant Rod Oathout, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Principal, Regional Engineering Leader and Eric Loos, P.E., Electrical Engineer & Senior Associate, DLR Group 10:00 – 10:30AM Solar Air Heating Roofs for Space Heating, Water Heating, & Cooling John Archibald, President, American Solar, Inc. 10:00 - 10:30AM Water & Energy Reduction through the Jishuken Process Rick Lancaster, Assistant Manager PLE-FE, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 10:30 - 11:00AM Reducing HVAC Energy Use with VFDs Daniel Cooper, C.E.M., Facilities Specialist, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America 10:00 - 10:30AM Distributed Cogeneration for the 21st Century: Princeton Club NYC Douglas Davis, Director of Marketing & Account Manager, Broad USA, Inc. 10:30 - 11:00AM Integrating CHP into a Microgrid Steve Pullins, President, Horizon Energy Group, LLC 10:30-11:00AM A New & Meaningful Approach to Measurement & Verification in Performance Contracting in a PostStipulation World John M. Avina, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.M.V.P., C.S.D.P., C.E.A., CxA, President, Abraxas Energy Consulting 10:30 – 11:00AM Lessons Learned from the World’s Largest & Most Advanced Sources of PV Energy David Erhart, Global Marketing Communications Manager, First Solar THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH / 2:30-4:30PM Session H3 Net Zero Energy Chair: Terry Blattel, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., Energy & Sustainability Manager - Central Region, CBRE 2:30 - 3:00PM Achieving Net Zero with a 658,000 Sq Ft Industrial Complex Klas Haglid, P.E., R.A., CEO & Founder, Building Performance Equipment, Inc. Session I3 Building an Energy Efficiency Program at Small & Medium Sized Manufacturing Companies Chair: Sharon Nolen, P.E., C.E.M., Manager, Corporate Energy Program, Eastman Chemical Company 2:30 - 3:00PM Building an Energy Program at Grede Phillip Gray, National Director of EHS, Grede Session J3 Best Practices of Compressed Air Session K3 New Emerging Technologies Session L3 CHP Chair: Walter Bright, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, North Carolina State University 2:30 - 3:00PM A New Direction for Distributed Generation - Heat Optional Max Dorflinger, Director, Distributed Power Solutions, Nostrum Power, LLC Session M3 Geothermal Chair: Jack P. DiEnna Jr., Executive Director, Geothermal National & International Initiative 2:30 – 3:00PM Geothermal Flexibility in Higher Education Tom Xenakis, P.E., C.E.M., C.G.D., VP, Commercial Design and Scott L. Ebling, C.G.D., Project Manager, Concord Engineering Group, Inc. 3:00 – 3:30PM What to Expect from Drilling when Designing a System Adam Santry, President and Brett Sweeney, Vice President, Allied Well Drilling Chair: Roderick Smith, Publisher, Compressed Chair: Graham Parker, C.E.M., B.E.S.A., Senior Air Best Practices Magazine Staff Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 2:30 - 3:00PM Balancing your Compressed Air System - Tips on Increasing Productivity while Saving Energy Frank Moskowitz, Compressed Air Systems Analyst, Atlas Copco Compressors 3:00 - 3:30PM Right Sizing Pneumatics to Reduce Energy Usage Frank Langro, Director - Marketing & Product Management, Festo Corporation 2:30 - 3:00PM Chiller Plant with All-Variable-Speed Loop Control Technology Assessment Jeremy Blanchard, Senior Engineer and Steven A. Parker, P.E., C.E.M., Chief Engineer, Energy & Environment Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 3:00 - 3:30PM Innovative Energy Conservation through Scrap Pre-Heating in an Electric Arc Furnace Allan Dicion, Senior Energy Engineer, Willis Energy Services Ltd. 3:30 - 4:00PM DoD ESTCP Energy Ted Bed Program Jim Galvin, Ph.D., Program Manager, Energy & Water, SERDP & ESTCP, U.S. Department of Defense 4:00 - 4:30PM Accelerating Energy Knowledge through Creation of a Living Laboratory Joseph Clair, Advocate, Activist, Advisor, Joseph F. Clair 3:00 - 3:30PM Engineering the Largest Net Zero School in the World Raj Setty, P.E., CxA, LEED AP, President, Setty & Associates International 3:00 - 3:30PM Allergan’s Experience Building an Energy Efficiency Program Mike Whaley, Senior Director of EHS & Administrative Services, Allergan 3:00 – 3:30PM Evaluation of Primary Energy Savings of Micro-CHP Units According to the European Directive EU 2004/8/EG Bernd Thomas, Ph.D., Professor, Reutlingen University, Reutlingen Research Institute 3:30 – 4:00PM CHP has Come Alive in Maryland William Steigelmann, Senior Consulting Engineer, Lockheed Martin 3:30 - 4:00PM Power to the People: Using Occupant Engagement & Reliable Data to Achieve Net Zero Energy Cullen Choi, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP O+M, Manager of Engineering Services, Architectural Energy Corporation 4:00 - 4:30PM Net Zero Buildings & the Opportunity to Redirect Operating Costs into Education Rod Oathout, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Principal, Regional Engineering Leader and Premnath Sundharam, C.E.M., AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Architect & Senior Associate, DLR Group 3:30-4:00PM Energy Management at Salt River Materials Group Lew DoDendorf, Energy Manager, Salt River Materials Group 4:00 - 4:30PM Baking Bread Products with Less Energy: Northeast Foods’ Strategy to Energy Management Dennis Colliton, Vice President of Engineering, Northeast Foods 3:30 - 4:00PM Ambient Air’s Impact on Compressed Air System Efficiency Nitin G. Shanbhag, Senior Manager, Air Technology Group, Hitachi America 4:00 - 4:30PM Hybrid Refrigerated/Desiccant Compressed Air Dryers Wayne Perry, Technical Director, Kaeser Compressors 3:30 – 4:00PM State of the Industry Jack P. DiEnna Jr., Executive Director, Geothermal National & International Initiative 4:00 – 4:30PM Designing & Installing GeoExchange for Public Housing Authority Low, Mid, & High Rise Properties M.M. Ardehali, Ph.D., P.E., Professor, Amirkabir University of Technology 4:00 – 4:30PM Designing & Installing GeoExchange for Public Housing Authority Low, Mid, & High Rise Properties Phil Rawlings, C.G.D., Director of Geothermal Services, Trison Construction Inc. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH / 9:00-11:00AM Session H4 Energy Modeling & High Performance Building Design Chair: Joseph R. Davis, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., C.E.A., Senior Energy Engineer, Engineering Economics Inc. Session I4 Northern Exposure - Canadian Energy Efficiency Success Stories Chair: Jon Feldman, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.M.V.P., Engineering Manager, Conservation, The Ontario Power Authority Session J4 Large Industrial Energy Reduction Savings & Projects Chair: Eric W. Soderberg, P.E., C.E.M., Energy Engineer, North Carolina State University Session K4 Smart Grid Chair: : Zac Canders, Program Management, SAIC 9:00 - 9:25AM High Performance Design Process Methods Don Saal, P.E., C.G.D., LEED AP BD+C, Program Director, Architectural Energy Corporation 9:25 - 9:50AM Methods & Tools to Justify High Performance Building Projects Neil S. Maldeis, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Energy Solutions Engineering Leader, Trane 9:50 - 10:15AM Patients & Urgency: Strategies for Designing Sustainable & Energy Efficient Hospitals for the 21st Century Daniel L. Briller, P.E., LEED AP, Senior Project Manager, J.M. Waller Associates, Inc. 10:15 - 10:40AM Energy Modeling Strategies for Optimal Building Design & Operation Ian Hadden, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, Energy/Sustainability Services Manager, Fanning Howey Associates, Inc. 10:40 - 11:05AM Wells Fargo Plaza Heat Exchanger Project Thomas Easley, Director Engineering Operations, CBRE 9:00 - 9:10AM Northern Exposure - Canadian Energy Efficiency Success Overview Andrew Pride, Vice President, Conservation, The Ontario Power Authority 9:10 - 9:30AM Energy Efficiency Service Providers & Roving Energy Managers Jon Feldman, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.M.V.P., Engineering Manager, Conservation, The Ontario Power Authority 9:30 - 10:00AM Conservation Voltage Reduction - How Real is it? Craig Foster, Plant Engineer, Flakeboard SSM 10:00 - 10:30AM Effective Use of Utility Incentives to Develop an Industrial Energy Management Program Kaushik Bhattacharjee, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.E.A., C.M.V.P., Energy Conservation Specialist, Enersource 10:30 - 11:00AM Sustainable Energy Management - It’s a Gold Mine Andrew Cooper, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Energy Specialist, New Gold, Inc. 9:00 - 9:25AM Creating a Culture & Management System that Drives Sustainable Energy Reductions Daniel Navaresse, Global Director Energy & Fluids, Anheuser-Busch InBev 9:25 - 9:50AM Five Step Energy Reduction Process for Industrial Facilities Graham Thorsteinson, C.E.M., C.E.A., Cereal Division Energy Manager, General Mills 9:50 - 10:15AM Developing an Energy Management Program for a Concrete Products Manufacturer Paul Graves, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.R.M., C.E.A., Senior Energy Management Consultant, Energy & Operations Services 10:15 - 10:40AM Energy Savings by using Heat Exchangers Brett Rasmussen, P.E., C.E.M., CEAM, Senior Utilities Engineer, Nissan North America, Inc. 10:40 - 11:05AM Leveraging Utility Incentive Funds for Maximum Savings Thomas Mort, Global Program Manager, Energy Efficiency, Archer Daniels Midland Company 9:00 - 9:30AM Smart Grid Data Mining & Analytics Zac Canders, Program Management, SAIC 9:30 - 10:00AM Optimizing your Energy Product Selection in a Smart Grid Environment Andrew Bakey, Regional Sales Manager, PPL EnergyPlus 10:00 - 10:30AM Engineering a Robust Smart Microgrid with Renewable Energy Resources Darrell Thornley, Director, CB&I 10:30 - 11:00AM Simple Ways that Smart Grids make Power Quality Worse Andreas Eberhard, Vice President, Technical Services, Power Standards Lab KEYNOTE LUNCHEON Information – see page 12 for details 6 WEEC 2013 SEMINARS Power Usage Patterns and Their Impacts www.energycongress.com Using Smart Metering to Cut Energy Costs September 24, 2013 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Earns 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the Workshop: ‘Smart’ meters (also called interval meters) measure and communicate electricity usage in near real time, showing how power is being used in short (e.g., 15-minute) periods. By accessing and understanding such data, facility managers, utilities, and contractors may cut costs by trimming peak demand, uncovering hidden energy waste, and employing lower cost utility and market-based electric rates. Through in-depth instruction, this seminar covers the basics of ‘smart’ metering, including its use in load management and other cost-cutting utility programs, and ways to cut costs even without such programs. Lindsay Audin (CEM, CEP, LEED AP) walks participants through the catalysts pushing smart metering and the new tariffs they are fostering. When and how to deploy such metering at facilities will be covered, as well as the costs, paybacks, and specification of customer-owned interval metering. To demonstrate how to analyze interval meter data, a dozen real-life examples are covered. Participants receive and use several advanced Excel-based tools (not available elsewhere) for configuring, visualizing, and analyzing data from smart meters. While not essential, in-class use of a laptop equipped with Excel (versions 2000 to 2003 work best) is encouraged during the afternoon half of the seminar. Hookup to power strips will be available. Workshop Outline: Introduction to Smart Metering and Interval Data • What ‘smart’ metering can do for you • Load profiles and interval data defined • How to secure interval data • Charting tools we will use to cut peaks 1 DAY WORKSHOP • Zeroing in on energy use patters • Load profiling essentials • Load factor as a limited shortcut • How time-of-day may impact pricing Smart Metering, Data Handling, Logging • Metering basics and costs • Useful information resources • Correlating data with building mechanical and operating data • A few lessons learned Converting Data into 3D Profiles • Creating 3D Load Landscapes • Creating 3D Load Slices • Charting/examining a single slice • First steps of an analysis Understanding What We See in 3D Profiles • Types of problems found and fixed • Twelve examples from real life • Correlating/charting with temperature • Tips for tighter analysis Enhancing Charts to Highlight Issues • Making charts easier to understand • Changing chart size/shape/orientation • Focusing on and controlling peaks • Making day-of-the-week data visible Setting a Peak Demand Goal and an Optimal Rate • Load Duration Curves (LDC) • Understanding the LDC process • Using it to set peak demand goals • Analyzing alternative rates About the Instructor: Lindsay Audin, C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, is the president of Energywiz, Inc., an energy consulting firm serving large energy users, government agencies, energy suppliers, and other consul- tants, both in the U.S. and abroad. His clients include many well-known companies, institutions, and consulting firms, as well as EPA’s ENERGY STAR program. Audin has been named Energy Manager of the Year by three different national or regional U.S. organizations. In 1993, the Association of Energy Engineers named him their International Energy Manager of the Year, and in 1996 inducted him into its Energy Manager’s Hall of Fame. In 1999, he developed new techniques for developing and analyzing interval metering data that are now used by hundreds of practitioners. His metering-related work includes designing, specifying, and managing large submetering systems covering electricity, steam, chilled water, and gas meters, writing NYSERDA’s 2003 “Primer on Smart Metering,” and teaching his techniques in both live and online seminars. His energy efficiency work has been featured in over a dozen publications and videos, and garnered many awards and citations. In 2011, he wrote the technical portions of New York City’s demand response RFP. His 37 years in the energy services industry include 8 years as energy manager for Columbia University and 12 years with private engineering and energy consulting firms in New York City, prior to founding Energywiz in 1996. Since 1991, Audin has authored hundreds of columns and articles on energy issues for Architectural Record, Engineered Systems, and other trade publications. He has also been a contributing editor to Building Operating Management magazine since 2002 and sits on the editorial board of High Performance Buildings magazine (an ASHRAE publication). Fees for 1-day workshop only: $480 Skills Update 2013 for Certified Energy Managers September 23-24, 2013 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Earns 1.6 CEU / 16 PDH Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This seminar is intended either for professionals who already have the CEM credential and need to acquire the CEUs to maintain their CEM. The presentation has been designed as a follow-up for the Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers offered by AEE, and is presented by the same instructors as that program. This course is more interactive and addresses several advanced topics, going beyond what was covered in the basic course, or that are new since the materials for the original seminar were developed. By completing this two-day course, you will earn 1.6 CEU, which is equal to 3.2 credits toward recertification. A total of 10 credits must be accumulated over a three-year period to maintain CEM certification. Key Benefits: • Prepare for new legislation that could affect your organization. • Learn about new energy efficiency technologies • Increased business efficiencies and profits, • Energy, water, waste, taxes (and other resource) savings, • Improved company image and marketing opportunities, • CEU Credits or PDHs towards maintaining your certifications. Who Should Participate This course is designed to help facility and business managers, industrial engineers, supply chain professionals, utility officials, consultants, contractors, financial officers, and energy service company professionals become more aware and effective identifying and implementing energy management strategies. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: DAY ONE • Global Energy and Environmental Trends • Updates on Energy Policies/Grants/Rebates • Updates on Innovative Financing Solutions to Get Projects Done 2 DAY SEMINAR • Updates on Natural Gas Utilization/Pricing in the USA • Updates on GHG Reporting and Trading • Updates on Lighting Systems • Updates Waste to Energy Systems • Presentation Best Practices (Interactive) DAY TWO Morning – • Building Energy Information and Control Systems • Meters and Metering and Wireless Meters • Data Collection • Data Processing and Data Storage • User Display Design and Operator Interface • Energy Information Systems • Automated Diagnostics Software • Energy Control Systems and Building Automation Systems • Enterprise Energy Management Systems Afternoon – • Air Conditioning System Improvements • New Air Conditioning Technologies • Magnetic Bearing Chillers and Optimization of Chillers • Variable Refrigerant Volume Systems About the Instructors: Eric A. Woodroof, Ph.D., has helped over 400 organizations and governments improve profits with energy-environmental solutions. Dr. Woodroof is the Chairman of the Board for the Certified Carbon Reduction Manager (CRM) program and he has been a Board Member of the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) Program since 1999. Dr. Woodroof has advised clients such as IBM, Pepsi, Ford, Verizon, Hertz, Visteon, JPMorgan-Chase, Universities, Airports, Utilities, Cities, the US and and Foreign Governments. Thousands have attended his courses and his work has appeared in hundreds of articles. Dr. Woodroof is a strategic advisor, corporate trainer and keynote speaker. Eric is the founder of ProfitableGreenSolutions.com and his direct line is 888-563-7221. Barney Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M., is a Professor Emeritus of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, where he taught for 32 years. For the last thirty five years, energy systems analysis and energy efficiency has been his main area of research and publication. He is the coauthor of eleven books on energy topics, and over 50 energy research articles in scholarly journals. He worked with the Florida Legislature to write and pass the Florida Appliance Efficiency Act of 1987. He is given credit as the person most responsible for creating these appliance standards that have saved Florida electric and water utility customers over three billion dollars. He currently teaches energy management seminars around the country and around the world for the Association of Energy Engineers. He is a Fellow of AEE and a Member of the Hall of Fame of the Association of Energy Engineers; is listed in Who’s Who in the World; and in 1988 he was awarded the Palladium Medal by the American Association of Engineering Societies for his work on energy systems analysis and appliance efficiency standards. He was the Editor of the Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering and Technology, 3 volumes, 190 articles, July 2007. He is the author of four books on Web Based Energy Information and Control Systems, and is completing his latest book on Automated Diagnostics. Fees for 2-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1250; AEE member fee: $1150; government & non-profit fee: $1150; team discount: deduct $100 per registrant. Basics of Distributed Generation and Onsite CHP September 23-24, 2013 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Earns 1.6 CEU or 16 PDH Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This course will cover all of the technical, legal, and economic aspects of onsite generation and CHP systems, including renewable energy and distributed generation concepts. It is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to analyze and economically evaluate all types of onsite generation systems. The seminar will also serve as a preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Distributed Generation Certified Professional (DGCP) certification program. For those wishing to qualify for the DGCP certification, the DGCP examination will be administered on the day following the last day of the seminar at the same location. Important: In order to qualify to sit for the DGCP exam, you must submit your completed DGCP application, along with a $300 application fee. For information on obtaining your DGCP application form, or for further information on the DGCP program, please visit www.aeecenter.org/certification/dgcp. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: • Introduction to Distributed Generation (DG) and Combined Heat & Power (CHP) • Distributed Generation and CHP Technologies • Energy and Thermal Basics of Distributed Generation and Distributed Generation Certified Professional Distributed Generation Certified Professional For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/Certification/DGCP cal and electrical retrofit 2 DAY SEMINAR work. His project work has included cogeneration and power projects, renewables, public schools, healthcare facilities, research laboratories, universities, commercial office buildings, industrial plants, and military and government facilities. Over more than three decades in the energy field, he has served numerous clients in planning, designing, analyzing, troubleshooting, and retrofitting industrial, commercial, healthcare, and power projects throughout North America and the world. Dr. Colburn has also been a lecturer at a number of energy training programs both in the U.S. and abroad. Past industry awards include the AEE Energy Professional Development Award, Sigma Xi Research Award, IEEE Prize Paper Award, and Houston Chapter AEE Achievement Award. He was inducted into the International Association of Energy Engineers Hall of Fame (AEE) in 2004. Fees for 2-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1350; AEE member fee: $1250; government & non-profit fee: $1250; team discount: deduct $100 per registrant. CHP Technologies • Power Cycle Performance Measures for Distributed Generation and CHP Technologies • Economic and Life Cycle Cost Analysis for Distributed Generation and CHP Systems • PURPA and FERC Rules of QFs and SPPs • Summary and Applications of Distributed Generation and CHP Technologies • Regulatory and Permitting Systems Issues for Distributed Generation and CHP Systems • Distributed Generation and CHP Project Management About the Instructors: BRUCE COLBURN, Ph.D., is currently Chief Operating Officer for EPS Capital Corp., responsible for marketing and implementing energy planning and implementations solutions. In addition to his executive management duties at EPS, he has been responsible for energy analysis, field data acquisition/instrumentation, automated building control systems, and design of mechani- www.energycongress.com SEMINARS WEEC 2013 For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/cpq 7 Fundamentals of Power Quality September 23-25, 2013 / 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (3-day seminar) Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH Preparatory course for the BESA examination on September 25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This comprehensive program is structured to provide the specific training and background information needed by professionals preparing to sit for the Certified Power Quality (CPQ) examination. Whether you aspire to be a knowledgeable buyer of energy, a provider of reliability services, or an energy professional working with new types of energy contracts, you will benefit enormously by establishing your status as a qualified and certified power quality expert. Among the topics covered during the three-day seminar are powering, grounding and protection solutions for sensitive electronic process and control equipment, how to review plans and specifications for power quality impact on operations, and the direct application of recommended practices found in new consensus IEEE standards. The CPQ certification process requires the completing of this seminar. For those wishing to qualify for the CPQ certification, the CPQ exam will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is necessary to submit a CPQ application, which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/certification/cpq. Note that registering for the three day seminar does not automatically register you for the CPQ exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for the certification application and exam. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Introduction to “Power Quality” • Review of industry standards Certified Power Quality Professional 3 DAY SEMINAR About the Instructors: JOHN WAGGONER currently serves as director of power quality programs for TEGG Corporation, a firm specializing in providing electrical preventive maintenance and power quality services to electrical contractors. He has special expertise in the conduct and analysis of harmonic interaction surveys, and has written and lectured widely in the power quality field. DANIEL D. DULL has a broad range of experience assisting commercial and industrial clients in reducing operating losses by managing electrical power problems. He has worked throughout all phases of electrical projects for many clients, including automotive facilities, foundries, hospitals, lighting manufacturers, plastic manufacturers, and universities. He is currently president of Pure Power Engineering, a power quality consulting firm. Fees for 3-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government and nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. • Importance of power quality and reliability Repetitive Power System Interactions • Types of interactions in “cyclical” AC systems • Power factor and harmonics interactions as repetitive disturbances Power Conditioning Technologies • Assessing the need for “power conditioning” • Matching the problem to the sensitivity of the equipment • Use of the ITIC curve to evaluate load sensitivity Electrical Monitoring Objectives (IEEC #1159) • Predictive analysis and trend reporting • Using new monitoring evaluate reliability data Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Noise Control • Use of grounding to control electrical noise • Protecting signal systems from “ground loops” • The “equipotential” system of referencing Lightning and Switching Surge Fundamentals • Surges from lightning • Surges from inductive/capacitive coupling of high speed impulses • Protecting power and signal pathways • Transient protection for digital logic systems Harmonic Interference on the Power System • The growing problem of harmonics • Solving existing problems • Practicing mitigation “before the fact” in design Facility System Case Studies Equipment Design and Specification Recommendations • Practical design and specification guidelines • Installation and maintenance considerations Fundamentals of Building Energy Simulation September 23-25, 2013 / 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (3-day seminar) Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH Preparatory course for the BESA examination on September 25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This 3-day instructional program has been designed to provide the specific training and background needed by professionals preparing to sit for AEE’s Building Energy Simulation Analyst (BESA) certification examination. Attendees will gain a clear, in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of computerized building energy modeling and will also have the opportunity for hands-on building simulation experience during the seminar. Important: Seminar attendees should bring laptop computers to this seminar and should download prior to the course date the latest free eQUEST simulation software available at doe2.com/ equest/ for use during instruction. An increasing number of federal and state laws, as well as professional energy standards, protocols, and rating systems are requiring the use of computerized building energy simulation programs to verify energy and dollar savings for both highperformance new facility design projects and existing building retrofits. In addition, organizations investing in efficient building projects have learned the value of advance energy modeling as an effective tool assuring the future value of their investments. The knowledge you will gain by participating in this training program—as well as achievement of the status of Certified Building Energy Simulation Analyst—will position you to be among the select group of professionals available to meet this growing demand for effectively administered computerized building energy simulation, either for your own organization’s projects or for those of your clients. For those wishing to qualify for BESA certification, the exam will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination it is necessary to submit a BESA application, which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/certification/besa. Note that registering for the 3-day seminar does not automatically register you for the BESA exam. An added fee of $300 is required for the certification application and exam. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: DAY 1: Building Energy Modeling Workshop • Defining Project Objectives • Gathering Data • Specifying Baseline Building • Developing Project Alternatives with Design Team • Constructing Models • Evaluating Model Results • Communicating Analysis Results • Implementing the Project DAY 2: Building Energy Simulation Using Software, Inputs, Results Interpretation, and Validation Walkthrough of an Example Energy Simulation Process Using eQUEST Simulation Software • Develop title/purpose/scope • Strategizing to create a baseline model • Building the energy model • Compare results to existing utility bills • Interpreting simulation results • Hand calculations, compare results to rules of thumb, etc. • Analyzing and proposing improvements and packages of ECMs • Performing economic analysis: utility rates, life cycle costs & payback analysis • Advanced Building Energy Simulation • Course wrap-up and test preparation • Differences between energy estimating methods • Software tool demonstrations • Inverse modeling techniques • Extracting valuable information from utility bills Building Energy Simulation Analyst For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/besa • STEM (Short-Term-EnergyMonitoring), blink test techniques 3 DAY SEMINAR • Emerging technologies About the Instructors: CHRIS BALBACH, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., B.E.M.P., LEED AP, brings to this seminar extensive expertise in building simulation and energy modeling, with a focus on existing buildings. As Vice President of Research and Development for Performance Systems Development of NY, LLC, he acts as a subject matter expert to guide the company’s internal software development teams. As a subcontractor to the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL), he has delivered weeklong comprehensive Energy Assessment trainings that include sections on energy modeling to governmental clients worldwide. He has a passionate belief that energy simulation tools, when properly wielded, often represent the best available technology for accurately estimating the potential for energy savings in buildings. He combines his field experience as an HVAC/R design engineer, background in simulation software development, and understanding of monetizing energy savings through appropriate M&V techniques to present a vision for transforming energy use in buildings. He is a member of IBPSA, AEE, and ASHRAE, and serves as programs committee chair of ASHRAE TC4.7 (Energy Calculations). American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course Fees for 3-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government and nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. Fundamentals of Buying and Selling Energy September 23-25, 2013 / 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (3-day seminar) Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH Preparatory course for the CEP examination on September 25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This comprehensive three-day program has been designed to provide the specific training and background information needed by professionals preparing to sit for the Certified Energy Procurement (CEP) Professional certification exam. The program covers the full spectrum of topics essential to the energy procurement process, examining both electricity and natural gas, from both a purchasing/ procurement and a selling/marketing perspective. AEE’s CEP program is designed to recognize professionals who have achieved a high level of expertise and competence in the areas of purchasing, selling, and marketing electricity and gas in today’s deregulated market. For those wishing to qualify for the CEP certification, the CEP examination will be administered at the close of instruction on day three of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is necessary that you submit a CEP application, which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/certification/ cep. Note: registering for the three-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for the certification application and exam. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: • Legislation, regulation, energy outlook for energy procurement • The structure of the electric utility industry • The structure of the natural gas industry • Purchasing electricity and natural gas under the new rules • Metering, load profiling, and real-time pricing • Energy trading and risk management • Fundamentals of gas and electric marketing • Energy cost avoidance strategies About the Instructors: RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.L.E.P., is president of Acela Energy Group. Prior to assuming his present position, he founded and served as president of Westwood Energy Group. Mr. Costello conducts seminars on energy procurement and management nationwide, and has participated in the development of AEE’s Certified Energy Procurement (CEP) Professional program. Certified Energy Procurement Professional For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/cep 3 DAY SEMINAR JOHN SNELL is a principal of Risk Management Incorporated. He has taken his hedging expertise and concentrated on the development of risk management structures to meet the special needs of investorowned and public utilities, as well as industrial energy users. He has presented at numerous energy conferences, including industry trade groups such as AGA, APGA, SGA, NYMEX, and NARDC. DAN CONRATH is a principal of Risk Management Incorporated. He has worked with commodity software and data analysis and developed an expertise in options and how to integrate their use into risk management programs. His background in both software analysis and trading has created a unique quantitative approach to viewing risk management strategies. U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) & Credential Maintenance Program (CMP) Approved Training Course Fees for 3-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government and nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. THE BENEFITS OF CONTINUING EDUCATION • Attendees who take advantage of the seminar opportunities in conjunction with the 36th World Energy Engineering Congress can earn CEU’s, LU’s, or PDH’s that can be applied toward professional licenses or professional certification. AEE is an approved training provider for a variety of partner programs. Learn more at www.aeeprograms.com/seminars/partnerships • • • 8 WEEC 2013 SEMINARS www.energycongress.com Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/clep September 23-25, 2013 / 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (3-day seminar) Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH Preparatory course for the CLEP examination on September 25, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This program is designed as a preparatory vehicle for professionals who wish to sit for the Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional (CLEP) exam, as well as an excellent broad-based instruction program for those who want to “brush up on the basics” of efficient lighting design, upgrade, and application. For those wishing to qualify for the CLEP certification, the CLEP examination will be administered on the last day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the CLEP examination, you must submit a CLEP application, which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/ certification/clep. Note: registering for the 3-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CLEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for the application and exam. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: • Fundamentals of light, lighting, electricity, and power • Environmental concerns 3 DAY SEMINAR T. KENNETH SPAIN, P.E., C.E.M., C.L.E.P., brings over two decades of experience as an energy efficiency analyst. A senior research associate at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, he serves as project manager of IdEA$, the Industrial Energy Advisory Service, advising clients regarding cost-effective applications of energy-saving technologies. U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certification Institute (CBCI) & Credential Maintenance Program (CMP) Approved Training Course American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course • Building energy codes and regulatory compliance • Utility and ESCO programs and incentives • Lighting economics: problems and solutions • Lamps, ballasts, lighting controls, lulminaires, and fixtures • Lighting evaluation and audits • Lighting design process, installation, and commissioning • Lighting systems operation, maintenance, and calculations About the Instructors: JOHN FETTERS, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., is a Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency consultant and president of Effective Lighting Solutions, Inc., Columbus, OH. He is a senior member of the Association of Energy Engineers and a member of IESNA, where he serves on the Industrial Lighting Committee. He has lectured and is widely published in the field of lighting efficiency. Fees for 3-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government & nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification for Energy Managers and Emission Traders: Applying the IPMVP Certified Measurement & Verification Professional September 23-25, 2013 / 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (3-day seminar) Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH Preparatory course for the CMVP examination on September 25 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center R For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/cmvp 3 DAY SEMINAR • Key elements of success: examples of IPMVP 2007 options • Selecting options: which one is best suited for my project • Compliance/adherence with protocols and contracts • M&V for U.S. federal projects About the Instructors: JOHN D. COWAN, P.Eng., M.B.A., C.M.V.P., president of Environmental Interface Limited, is chair of the EVO Board responsible for the IPMVP. He frequently acts as independent claims verifier of savings claims. During 30 years in the industry, his roles have included consulting engineer, ESCO owner/manager, and owner’s rep in energy performance contracting matters. American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course Seminar presented by AEE in conjunction with EVO About the seminar: AEE, in cooperation with the Efficiency Evaluation Organization (EVO), established the Certified Measurement & Verification Professional program with the dual purpose of recognizing the most qualified professionals in this growing area of the energy industry, and raising the overall professional standards within the M&V field. The IPMVP, first established by the U.S. DOE, has become the internationally recognized protocol for performance M&V. This course is designed as a useful preparatory vehicle for AEE’s Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) program. Proven energy savings are now playing a significant role in financing energy management programs, whether through energy performance contracts or through emission trades under schemes such as the clean development mechanism of the UNFCCC. While interest in savings data is growing, the state of the art in determining savings has also been rapidly evolving. This seminar will examine current methods of determining and documenting savings, specifically reviewing the newest IPMVP. Attendees will learn the process of designing a proper M&V program for their projects, including cost/accuracy tradeoffs, baseline adjustments, the role of estimates, maintaining space conditions, the role of verifiers, and the data needed for emission trading. Examples of specific techniques will be presented and class time will include problem solving and debate. Bring a calculator. Advance reading of IPMVP Volume I would be useful, though not required. (To obtain IPMVP Volume I or for more information about EVO, visit www.evo-world.org). For those wishing to qualify for CMVP Certification, the CMVP exam will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of the seminar in the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is necessary to submit a CMVP application, which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/certification/cmvp. Note that registering for the 3-day seminar does not automatically register you for the CMVP exam. An additional fee of $400 is required for the certification application. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: • Reasons for M&V: types of uses and role in savings • Current M&V protocols • IPMVP 2007 and Its Evolution • Developing an M&V plan • Current issues in M&V: missing data, monitoring IAQ • Emission trading • Baseline adjustments: why they are necessary Fees for 3-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government and nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. Fundamentals of Energy Efficiency: A Training Program for Practitioners Energy Efficiency Practitioner For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/eep September 23-25, 2013 / 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (3-day seminar) Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH Preparatory course for the EEP Certification examination on September 25 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: The EEP program is designed to help educate new entrants into the energy management field on best practices for improving energy efficiency. Attendees will learn technical and organizational strategies, including energy management basics, various building systems considerations and terminology, simple payback, energy measurement, as well as the role of an energy champion, effective energy leadership, and behavioral and organizational complements to technical aspects of energy management. By obtaining the EEP Certification, attendees will gain industry and peer recognition by demonstrating their understating of technical and operational energy management principles. The program serves as a fundamental building block for additional individual professional development such as obtaining the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) or the Business Energy Professional (BEP) designation. About certification: The EEP certification process requires meeting specific eligibility requirements, along with submitting a separate EEP application and $300 application fee qualifying you to sit for the exam. The exam will be administered at the close of instruction on day 3 of the seminar – only to those candidates who have met the above requirements. To obtain your EEP application or for further information on the EEP program, visit www.aeecenter.org/certification/eep. Seminar Outline: • Energy Fundamentals • Energy Financial Decisions Made Easy • Energy Accounting • Financial Analysis Tools • Role of the Energy Auditor • Basics of Auditing • Energy Audit Instrumentation 3 DAY SEMINAR the field. He is a senior member of IEEE, a commissioner for the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., and past chair of the Engineering Technology Division of the American Society of Engineering Education. CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL, C.E.M., C.E.P., is a nationally-recognized expert in the planning, justification, and evaluation of business-sector energy cost control initiatives. He is a visiting fellow with the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy in Washington, D.C. He served as the politically-appointed energy manager for the Howard County, Maryland government. He has documented and evaluated energy management practices at dozens of facilities, and has advised corporations, utilities, trade associations, and government agencies in the planning and promotion of industrial energy programs. His reader-friendly publications include “The Industrial Energy Harvest” (2008) and “North American Energy Audit Program Best Practices” (2010). He is recognized by the Association of Energy Engineers both as a Certified Energy Manager and as a Carbon Reduction Manager. He is a capstone advisor to graduate students in the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies (Real Estate). Christopher is on the Advisory Board for the Texas A&M Industrial Energy Technology Conference. He holds an MBA and a Master of Arts from the University of Maryland, and a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University of Canada. For more information: www.energypathfinder.com. Fees for 3-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1450; AEE member fee: $1350; government and nonprofit fee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. • Fine Tuning HVAC for Optimized Performance • Identifying Major Energy Users and Savings Potential • Electrical Motors and Drives • Chillers • Boilers, Steam, and Compressed Air Systems • Finding Hidden Pockets of Gold • Low cost / No cost • Lighting • Controls and Building Automation Systems • Commissioning and Maintenance • Sustainability • Expectations and limitations placed on facility managers • The Role of the Energy Champion. • Effective energy leadership • Resources available to energy champions • Energy, Money, and Business • Behavioral and organizational complements to the technical • Defining an organizational role, purpose, and value of energy management • Keys to success: advocating and managing change About the Instructors: SCOTT DUNNING, PH.D., P.E., C.E.M., is a professor and director of the University of Maine School of Engineering Technology. As founding director of the university’s Industrial Assessment Center, he has led over 200 industrial assessments of facilities throughout New England. He currently performs commercial audits for the Efficiency Maine Trust. Dr. Dunning is recognized as a national expert in energy efficiency, and has lectured and written widely I aspects of energy management The World Energy Engineering Congress Final newspaper is published annually by the Association of Energy Engineers 4025 Pleasantdale Road, Suite 420, Atlanta, GA 30340 June 2013 Issue Number 1 www.energycongress.com SEMINARS WEEC 2013 9 Superior Energy Performance: Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems (Cp EnMS prep) September 23-26, 2013 / 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (4-day seminar) Earns 3.0 CEU Preparatory course for the CP EnMS examination on September 27, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: The training is a preparatory course for the Superior Energy Performance (SEP) Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS) certification examination. The CP EnMS provides critical technical assistance to industrial and commercial facilities that want to become certified to ISO 50001 and the Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program. The CP EnMS has the expertise to assist organizations to implement best practices in energy management that conform to ISO 50001. Also, the CP EnMS assists with developing energy performance indicators (EnPI) that allow a facility to track its performance improvement and meet the requirements of the SEP M&V Protocol. These practitioners will be facility personnel, consulting professionals, or service providers with the appropriate technical experience in industrial and commercial energy systems and energy efficiency practices. The Certified Practitioner in: Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS) training program will be delivered through a partnership of AEE and the Georgia Institute of Technology who were recently designated as a U.S. Department of Energy Professional Training Organization for this SEP training program. The CP EnMS training program combines online learning with this 4-day live seminar. Required online pre-course training will focus on many of the knowledge competencies that a CP EnMS is expected to have. The classroom training will focus more on the performance skills required to implement ISO 50001 and the SEP program requirements. The required pre-course training must be completed before the classroom workshop. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: Day 1 Introduction to CPEnMS Program Energy Review Part I: Energy Analysis Energy Review Part II: Opportunities Energy Review Part III: Significant Energy Uses Energy Review Part IV: Relevant Variables Energy Review Part V: General Day 2 EnPI, Baselines and Energy Performance Objectives, Targets and Action Plans M & V Protocol Part I M & V Protocol Part II Day 3 Procurement and Design Operational Control Monitoring, Measuring and Analysis Day 4 Scorecard Internal Audit Program Energy Performance CAPA Day 5 - Certification Examination (refer to website for eligibility) The CP EnMS Certification Examination will be administered by the Institute for Energy Management Professionals (IEnMP) at the GA Tech Global Learning Center on Day 5 at the completion of the seminar. You must register at least 30 days in advance of the exam and pay the $400 certification registration fee at http://ienmp. com. All details regarding exam registration, prerequisites and logistics will be provided by IEnMP. The following pre-requisites must be completed before the 4-day workshop. Please note that the required online pre-course work is lengthy, but will be available 5 weeks prior to the face-to-face workshop. Students are urged to register early for the pre-courses. • Required Pre-Courses for CPEnMS • Registration and training provided by GA Tech ($250 for required pre-courses; 1.2 CEU) • Introduction to ISO 50001 - 6-hour online • Introduction to Superior Energy Performance (SEP) -1-hour online • Case Study -5-hour online case study • OPTIONAL Pre-Courses for CPEnMS 4 DAY SEMINAR Registration and training provided by GA Tech ($400 for optional pre-courses; 2 CEU) These 5 additional, OPTIONAL online pre-courses will help certain students to refresh their knowledge or to fill in knowledge gaps that are required for the Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems (CPEnMS) Training. • Working With Your Verification Body • Gap Analysis • Basic Energy for Auditors • Introduction to Statistics for CPEnMS • Operating Characteristics of Energy Systems To register for these pre-courses, please go to: www.pe.gatech.edu/required-cpenms About the Instructors: (refer to website for complete BIOs) BILL MEFFERT , Group Manager Bill Meffert manages the Energy and Sustainability Services group for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. He is a major contributor to the development of ISO 50001 and the SEP program. JESSICA BROWN, Project Manager; is a project manager for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. She provides energy assessments, implementation, and coaching to companies pursuing ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and SEP. DEANN DESAI, Project Manager; is a project manager for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. She provides implementation assistance and training to companies pursuing ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 50001 ED HARDISON, Project Manager; is a project manager for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. Fees for four-day seminar only: Member/Government/Non-Profit price $1,695 Non-member price $1,895 MEFFERT BROWN DESAI HARDISON Advanced Retro-Commissioning September 23-27, 2013 / 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (5-day seminar) Masters Level Certified Building Commissioning Professional Certified Building Commissioning Professional Earns 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH Preparatory course for the Master’s Level CBCP examination on September 27, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This comprehensive seminar covers advanced approaches to retro-commissioning, including “life cycle” building commissioning – a process of integrating traditional retro-commissioning processes into a single seamless approach. The traditional approach often has three of more separate commissioning agents during the various phases of pre-design, design, construction, and operation, which often does not yield the optimum results for the owner. The optimized life cycle approach integrates these various phases, and also includes a discussion of LEED, sustainability, and high performance buildings. Many of the measures are equally applicable to both large and small projects. Dozens of case studies from successfully completed projects are presented, including hospitals, data centers, airports, university campuses, school districts, commercial buildings, district heating and cooling, and research facilities taken from the instructors’ more than 40 years of combined experience in commissioning existing buildings. The seminar will be highly interactive and the participants will be invited to share their experiences in building commissioning/retro-commissioning. The Masters Level CBCP exam will be administered at the close of instruction on day five of each seminar -- only to those who have met qualifying criteria to sit for the exam and have submitted a completed Masters Level CBCP application and fee. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: • Building Commissioning History, Philosophy, Fundamentals • Building Commissioning • Traditional building commissioning approaches and their weaknesses For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/cbcpmasters 4 DAY SEMINAR • Commissioning Contracting & Performance Contracting • Commissioning Financing About the Instructors: W. DAN TURNER, Ph.D., P.E., is currently president of Bee (Building energy efficiency, LLC). In 1985 he founded the Energy Systems Lab at Texas A&M, where he was the principal investigator in existing building commissioning process, which is currently implemented in over 400 buildings worldwide, resulting in excess of $150 million in ongoing energy savings. Dr. Turner is considered a pioneer in the field of building energy efficiency, and has published widely on this topic in trade journals and other professional publications. SONG DENG, P.E., C.B.C.P., R.E.P., C.M.V.P., formerly served as an associate director of the Energy Systems Lab at Texas A&M University, where he managed a team of 25 energy professionals conducting retro-commissioning programs with a total annual budget of over $8 million. He was also program director for a comprehensive project on the Texas A&M campus for which cumulative savings exceeded $70 million over 15 years. As a leading expert, he consults and lectures widely in the area of building commissioning. Fees for five-day seminar only: Regular fee: $1995; AEE member fee: $1795; government and nonprofit fee: $1795; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. • Differences between commissioning, TAB and energy auditing • Life cycle building commissioning (LCBCx) • International commissioning developments • Prominent Sources of Building Commissioning Guidelines and Supporting Organizations • Federal Government Energy Conservation Goals and Cx Mandates • Major federal government sustainability goals / targets • Federal laws, regulations, notices and rules • FEMP guidance • 5 Federal commissioning mandates • Best Practices in Retro-Commissioning (RCx) • RCx case study and work scope, team formation and roles • Process and phased approach • Assessment and implementation • Commissioning as “road-map” tool for capital investments • Performance-based commissioning: baselines and M&V • Deferred maintenance and commissioning-compatible O&M program • Building System Retro-Commissioning Knowhow • Tools, field measurements and functional testing • Importance of operations and maintenance (O&M) • HVAC system, EMCS and CUP RCx • Central distribution loop RCx • CHP /CoGen / DistGen and Renewable Technologies • Best Practices (Emphasis on Government Buildings) • Brain-Storm on Your Facility: Workshop • Commissioning Software Tools • Smart Building Commissioning Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Business Energy Professionals September 23-27, 2013 / 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (5-day seminar) Earns 3.6 CEU or 36 PDH Preparatory course for the BEP examination on September 27, 2013 Seminar held at Washington Convention Center About the seminar: This program is designed for professionals who supervise and manage technical professionals in energy. These professionals may not be engineers, technicians, or even technically oriented, but they are business-oriented. Procurement, management, energy accounting and reporting, performance contracting management, alternative financing, utility rates, and project financing are critical elements of their jobs. They need an understanding of how energy efficiency opportunities impact the “bottom line” for their customers. They need to be able to communicate in nontechnical terms the advantages and disadvantages of the various efficiency opportunities available. This program will enable these professionals to document that they understand the techniques necessary to excel. For those wishing to qualify for the BEP certification, the BEP exam will be administered at the close of instruction on the last day of the seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the examination, it is necessary to submit a BEP application, which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/certification/bep. Note that registering for the fiveday seminar does not automatically register you for the BEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for the certification application and exam. Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar: • • • • • Introduction What is BEP? Energy situation Why energy management? Energy auditing (nontechnical) Purpose Procedure Equipment useful to BEP • Codes and standards overview • Energy fundamentals ETUs and therms kJ Energy balance basics Fan laws (nontechnical overview) • Rate schedules General Gas Electric Other (coal, fuel oil) • Fuels procurement Gas Electricity Fuel oil and coal Point of use cost Contingency planning Financials Hybrid fuel systems • Economic analysis Payback Time value of money Present worth Internal rate of return After-tax cash flows MACRS (Maximum Accelerated Cost Recovery Scheme) Software Alternative financing Measurement and verification Metering and submetering Cost center metering, reporting, and budgeting • IT for energy management • Commissioning What to expect What to commission Why do it? • Retro-commissioning • Real-time commissioning (MMS) • Review • Electricity systems HVAC (chillers, split, RTU, VAV, etc.) Lighting Electric motors Compressed air systems Certified Business Energy Professional For more information, visit: www.aeecenter.org/certification/bep Power quality 5 DAY SEMINAR (nontechnical) • Gas, fuel oil, coal Combustion processes Finances (heat treating, drying, etc.) Boilers Gas/diesel engines Coal and fuel oil • Review About the Instructors: RICHARD J. COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.L.E.P., is president of Acela Energy Group. Prior to assuming his present position, he founded and served as president of Westwood Energy Group. Mr. Costello conducts seminars on energy procurement and management nationwide, and has participated in the development of AEE’s Certified Energy Procurement (CEP) Professional program. MARK R. ROCHE, C.E.M., C.E.P., B.E.P., C.I.A.Q.P., has more than 21 years of experience in power generation, energy delivery, energy management, utility marketing, and customer service. He has developed and presented a number of instructional programs on energy management and also serves as a core instructor for AEE’s BEP program. He is the current chair of the BEP board and a member of the CEM board. Mr. Roche is currently supervisor of meter operations for Progress Energy Florida. American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Systems (CES) Approved Training Course Fees for five-day seminar only:: Regular fee: $1995; AEE member fee: $1795; government and nonprofit fee: $1795; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant. 10 WEEC 2013 EXPO • 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 programs • Energy services and project financing • Renewables, bio-energy, wind, and more Attendees at the World Energy Engineering Congress represent major market segments, including commercial, industrial, institutional, and government end users, energy www.energycongress.com Make Plans Now to Exhibit Your Product or Service on the Show Floor at WEEC 2013 Now is your best opportunity to secure a prime booth location at the 36th World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) 2013. The recently expanded WEEC expo is the energy industry’s largest and most important annual event. WEEC is both the information resource and shopping place of choice for top decision makers throughout business, industry, and government. WEEC 2013 targets the complete spectrum of technologies and services of greatest importance to our show attendees, including: • Energy management technologies • Power quality • Combined heat and power managers, facility managers, building owners, property managers, vice presidents of operations, directors of utilities, as well as influential consultants, ESCOs, and project managers. For more information, contact Ted Kurklis, WEEC Exhibit Manager at phone (770) 271-7869 or email: [email protected] You may also visit www.aeecenter.org/weec for additional details. For a list of current World Energy Engineering Congress exhibitors, please visit www.energycongress.com. Note that booth space is available on a first-come, firstserved basis. Hall A - WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER, Washington DC September 25 2013 • 10:00am - 6:00pm September 26, 2013 • 10:00am - 4:00pm WEEC 2013 Floorplan Free Exhibit Hall Workshops Offer Interactive Learning This integral hall activity has been designed to enhance your learning and allow for an interactive experience for all expo attendees and presenters. Expo-only visitors, conference attendees, seminar delegates, and any other visitors to the show floor can participate in these sessions for FREE. Network with colleagues and see products and services available while hearing case studies, applications, retrofit success stories, and innovative strategies for reducing costs. The diverse workshop presentations held at previous WEEC events provide an excellent sampling of the types of helpful applications, strategies, and technologies that will be shared at WEEC 2013. • Understanding and Reducing Air Compressor Energy Consumption • Control and Optimize: Capturing the Economic Value of Demand-Side Assets • Fundamentals of Daylight Harvesting • Designing a Submetering Program for the New Federal Energy Policies • Energy Saving Opportunities from Belt Drives • Increasing the Efficiency of Solar Panels • Faster Energy Audits with Digitals Pens: Case Studies • Thermal Mapping as an Energy Savings Tool • Introduction to Induction Lighting • Energy Efficiency in Educational Buildings • Case Studies in Retail HVAC EE • Connecting Older Buildings to the Grid for Auto-Demand Response and Energy Efficiency • Meeting EISA Requirements for Measurement and Verification • Environmentally Sustainable Water Treatment Systems for Cooling Tower • Revolutionary Liquid Desiccant Technology • Schwank Case Studies on Energy Efficient Heating Solutions • The New Fuel Efficiency • Building Destratification for Energy Conservation • Energy Modeling • Software Tools for Measurement and Verification • Solving the Energy Efficiency Dilemma for Large Spaces • Wireless Technology in Building Automation • Equipping Organizations for Effective Energy Management • Improve Steam Heating Efficiency 20-50% Instantly To see more presentations as they are added for 2013, visit the show website: www.energycongress.com for a complete and updated list. Showcase Your Products & Services! Contact Ted Kurklis, WEEC Exhibit Manager by phone (770) 271-7869 or email: [email protected] Visit the show website for a complete details: www.aeecenter.org/WEEC Smart Phone App for Show Planning The Grupio App is a Smartphone application that works with iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry (touch devices only). Attendees can access conference session details, important show updates, the daily schedule of events, exhibitors, special events, the floorplan, and other important show information right from their phones. Download app “Grupio”, View Featured Event “WEEC”. Join in on the conversation, tweet #weec, and add to the buzz. Grupio GreenStreet® Expo at the WEEC Increase Your Presence at WEEC 2013 by Sponsoring an Offers a Special Opportunity Event at this Year’s Congress for Recognition of Companies Featuring Green, Energy Efficient Products and Services The U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR® Program and the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) invite you to attend the GreenStreet® expo showcase located within the WEEC 2013 expo. The exhibiting companies located along the “green carpet” of the GreenStreet Expo at the WEEC will represent leading providers of environmentally friendly, green, energy-efficiency related products and services. AEE Onsite Career Center During Expo Hours 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 2013, please contact Lauren Lake at [email protected] or by phone at (678) 687-4997. 2013 EXPO HOURS: Wednesday, September 25, 10:00am – 6:00pm • Thursday, September 26, 10:00am – 4:00pm WEEC will feature an Onsite Career Center in the expo for attendees to learn about current positions active on the AEE Online Green Job Center, how to have your resume listed in the AEE Resume database, or how to participate as a Featured Employer. Visit the Association’s Career Center located near Registration or go the website www.aeecenter.org/jobs for full details. www.energycongress.com Tuesday’s Events FEATURED EVENTS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 / ABOARD THE ODYSSEY, WASHINGTON, DC Boarding at 6:00PM / Cruise 7:00-10:00PM You will not want to miss this extraordinary event. It is a first-come, first-served event and preregistration is required. If you do not meet the eligibility requirements to become a Legend in Energy or are a WEEC speaker, seminar attendee, exhibitor, corporate leader or sponsor, you are invited to attend this event for an additional $150. The cost of an additional guest ticket is $150. 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 2013 Legend in Energy. WEEC 2013 11 Legends in Energy Dinner Cruise Special Recognition as a 2013 Legend in Energy The Legends in Energy VIP Dinner Cruise will be held aboard the Odyssey, navigating the waters of the Potomac with views of magnificent Washington, DC. The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) will be hosting the 2013 Legends in Energy event in conjunction with the World Energy Engineering Congress Conference & Expo on September 25-27, 2013 in Washington, DC. This networking event will be included in the registration fee for paid WEEC conference attendees who are current Legends or eligible to be a 2013 Legend in Energy Inductee. You must attend the WEEC conference and the Legends in Energy event to receive recognition. You must attend WEEC 2013 as a conference attendee, speaker, seminar attendee, exhibitor or sponsor to attend this event. Qualified Legends in Energy will receive: • Customized 2013 Legend in Energy • Certificate recognizing inductees as a 2013 Legend in Energy Lapel pin • Badge ribbon recognizing inductees as a Legend in Energy To receive the 2013 Legend in Energy distinction you must attend the WEEC 2013 Conference, the Legends in Energy Dinner, AND meet one of the following criteria: 1. AEE Energy Managers Hall of Fame Member 2. AEE Certified Professional 3. AEE Past or Present Officer 4. AEE Chapter Past or Present Officer 5. Life AEE Member 6. AEE Membership for 10 Years or More 7. AEE International Award Winner • Recognition as a Legend in Energy at the Legends in Energy Dinner Cruise • Recognition on AEE’s Web site as a 2013 Legend in Energy professional REGISTER FOR WEEC & THE LEGENDS IN ENERGY DINNER CRUISE TODAY! (You will be asked to login for a secure connection) For questions: email [email protected] Wednesday’s Events FREE New Technologies Breakfast Wednesday, September 25 / 8:00 am – 9:00 am Leviton Manufacturing Co. is pleased to sponsor the New Technologies Breakfast, a concise and informative forum for WEEC attendees to preview the new and innovative products and services on display at the expo. WEEC Exhibitors will present 5 to 8 minute presentations on their newest technologies, enabling attendees to quickly map out their time at the show and get a rapid survey of what’s new. This is a must attend event for anyone responsible for providing trip reports or technology summaries for their employer. Leviton offers the broadest array of lighting energy management solutions and technological advancements, which are the cornerstones to its 100-year history of success in the industry. Be sure to put this event on your schedule and sign up on the registration form. For information on sponsoring or speaking at this breakfast event, contact Jenn Geho by emailing her at [email protected] or calling her at 770-279-4391. Wednesday, September 25, 2013 / 12:00pm in Expo Hall Luncheon Area The U.S. Department of Energy will recognize Better Buildings, Better Plants Partners for their energy efficiency accomplishments during a lunch plenary session at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC). Through Better Plants, leading manufacturers partner with the Department to improve their energy intensity by 25% over ten years, develop energy management plans, and track and report their annual progress. This national recognition event will also include keynote remarks from an Energy Department official, and provide an opportunity for companies to network with Better Plants Partners and other WEEC participants. Lunch is included for paid conference and seminar attendees. All others may pre-purchase tickets or purchase onsite if available. Better Plants Recognition Lunch Meet the Authors Event Wednesday, September 25 / 4:00 pm Here is your chance to meet the authors of professional reference books. Authors will be on hand to discuss their works. This networking event takes place in the Expo Hall’s book booth, concurrent with the Expo Hall Reception. If you would like to purchase a book or view new titles, please visit: www.aeecenter.org/books Annual Awards Banquet Wednesday, September 25, 2013 / 7:00 - 10:00PM Renaissance DC Hotel / Renaissance Ballroom Every year, the Association of Energy Engineers recognizes individuals and companies that have demonstrated notable contributions to the energy profession on the national and international levels. This networking event is included in your paid three-day conference registration. Additional or guest tickets may be purchased for $75. Thursday’s Events Free CWEEL Breakfast Thursday, September 26 / 7:30 am - 9:00 am Featured entertainment will be provided by The Capitol Steps: “The Lighter Side of Politics”. The Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them. The Capitol Steps have been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, & PBS and can be heard 4 times a year on National Public Radio states nationwide. A program for women professionals and women-owned companies The meeting is presented by the “Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership” (CWEEL). This group was organized to develop a prominent voice for women in the industry and in AEE. Its goals are to provide representation of women in industry-related policy issues, such as the National Energy Policy, addressing the high cost of energy, our present and future sources of energy, and the impact of energy on the environment; Invited Speaker: to secure a future in energy-related technical fields for women by supportNancy Sutley, Chair, White House Council on ing training, education, and mentoring of women; and to contribute to the Environmental Quality advancement of women in leadership positions throughout the industry. CWEEL will provide a much needed network for women in the industry: energy managers, design engineers, scientists, consultants, account managers, sales executives, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs. Whether you are new to the industry or a seasoned veteran, women can help each other to be more successful in business and provide support and encouragement. For information about CWEEL, please contact Ruth Whitlock, Executive Administrator at AEE. She can be reached by email at [email protected] CWEEL Reception Join CWEEL for a special networking and fundraising event. Catch up with old friends and meet new ones while sharing this week’s experiences at the WEEC. Admission is free to CWEEL Members; $30 to all others. Sponsorships of the CWEEL Reception at WEEC and other AEE shows are available. For information, contact Lauren Lake by email at [email protected], or by phone at (678) 687-4997. Sponsored by Thursday, September 26 / 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm AEE National Capitol Chapter Free Tour: Electronics Commercial Experience Center Luncheon Thursday, September 26 / 1:00 - 2:00pm Thursday, September 26 / 11:30 am - 1:00pm Join AEE’s National Capitol Chapter for a luncheon and special presentation. Free for WEEC paid conference attendees, $20 for all others. Located just blocks away from the U.S. Capitol Building and the D.C. Convention Center, Lutron’s Washington, D.C. Experience Center is a training destination where thousands of visitors each year learn about and interact with many of the latest energy savings lighting control technologies. While on the tour, a trainer will visually demonstrate the interaction of shades, daylight sensors, occupancy sensors, and dimming ballasts. Guests will experience the changes in the space, and will actually see the energy-savings achieved with each lighting adjustment. This tour is open to the first 40 registrants. Free Workshop: ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager Benchmarking Workshop Featuring the Newly Released Upgraded Portfolio Manager. Thursday, September 26 / 12:30 - 2:30pm Come to this workshop to learn how to benchmark several types of commercial buildings, and how Portfolio Manager can be used to meet Washington DC Energy Disclosure legislative mandates. Washington, D.C. is one of the largest cities to mandate energy benchmarking for commercial buildings. A representative from the District Department of the Environment will be at the workshop to describe the D.C. legislation and the response from the marketplace. Federal agencies and state and local governments across the country are taking bold steps to protect the environment and lower energy costs through both required policy measures and voluntary campaigns. Recent legislation and voluntary initiatives have mandated the public disclosure of building energy use in several states and localities including California, Washington State, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, and Washington, D.C. These entities are turning to EPA’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager - a free online energy and greenhouse gas tracking tool - as the preferred tool for disclosure. Portfolio Manager provides an unbiased 1-100 energy performance score and energy use intensity benchmarks for commercial buildings. Buildings scoring a 75 or higher on this scale are eligible to apply for the ENERGY STAR certification for superior energy performance. 12 WEEC 2013 EVENTS www.energycongress.com Wednesday & Thursday Events The Security-Water-Energy Nexus: the FREE Poster Sessions Current State of the World David Schlobohm, P.E., MS, PEM, QPHS, Wednesday, Sept. 25th _____________ 10:00 am-6:00 pm Q&A Availability from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm and from 4:30 - 5:30 pm Energy Impacts of Lean Manufacturing Ceclia Arzbaecher, Ph.D., Principal Energy Engineer, EnerNOC From Policy to Process: Miami-Dade’s Sustainable Buildings Program Ben Moore, AICP, LEED GA, Energy & Environmental Planner, RS&H Partnering for Energy Savings in Proprietary Processes: A Case Study Josh Kelman, Energy Consultant, Vermont Energy Investment Corp The Journey to Zero Port Emissions by Deep Sea Merchant Vessels Peter J. Ryan, C.E.M., C.E.A., Manager, Energy Services, Alaris Companies Understanding the Role of Renewable Energy Certificates Kelly Costello, Energy Efficiency Engineer, Gas Technology Institute An Integrated Approach to Total Energy Planning Melissa Haugh, Director, Pace Global Five Valuable Lessons from Thirty Years of Energy Accounting Software Steven D. Heinz, P.E., C.E.M., Founder and CEO, EnergyCAP, Inc. Energy Reduction Project Saves 750 Million kw hours at Swedish Papermill Marc Sabourin, Director,Energy Efficient Technologies, Andritz Ltd. Investigation of a Waste Heat Recovery System based on Gas-Nitriding Furnaces Daniel Pintacsi, Student, Budapest University of Technology & Economics Energy Efficient Programs Leading Sustainable Development in the Hotels Sector Samer Zawaydeh, Independent Engineer Detailed Case Study: LED Lighting Retrofit of Malaysian Office Barry Martin, Consulting Engineer, Osprey Engineering Using Intelligent Building Technology to Design High Performance, Green & Sustainable Buildings J. Christopher Larry, P.E., C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, Director of Energy Engineering, Exp US Services Industrial Energy Strategist, North Carolina State University Reducing Utility Costs with Big Data Andrew Chen, CEO, WegoWise Developing a World Class, Sustainable Micro-City Michael Walton, Project Manager, Burns Engineering Applied Total Quality Management Principles in Utility Energy Efficiency Programs Ricson Chude, Energy Consultant, MKS Energy Group Thursday, Sept. 26th _______________ 10:00 am-4:00 pm Q&A Availability from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm and from 1:30 2:30 pm Evaluation Approach of the Energy Service Effectiveness in Public Schools Chatchai Pinthuprapa, C.E.M., Energy Engineer, Missouri Department of Natural Resources Energy Management & Sustainability at Western Kentucky University Emmanuel A. Iyiegbuniwe, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Western Kentucky University Energy Saving Central Air-conditioning - Radiant Cooling Ceiling Matthew Tang, Environmental Production & Industrial Safety Manager, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Ltd. The Opportunities of Co-Generation Technologies in the Changeable Market Environment in Hungary Tamas Egri, Student, Budapest University of Technology &Economics Energy Efficiency Project in Tunnel & Traffic Lighting Saved More than 80% in Energy & Improved Traffic Conditions Fernando Bacellar, Coordinator of Energy Efficiency, AES Eletropaulo 7-Ations of Highly Effective Energy Managers David Barnes, C.E.M., Program Manager, FacilityDude Additional Investment Costs of Energy Efficiency Measures Albin Zsebik, Ph.D., P.E., Professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics The Value of Consulting Services within Utility Rebate Programs Tim Stearns, Senior Energy Consultant, Sean Clement, Business Energy Services Rebate Program Manager, and Justin Kale, Energy Consultant, Commercial & Industrial, Efficiency Smart Energy Savings Project Opportunities Commercial, Industrial & Government Gregrey S. Smith, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.L.E.P., President, Energy Optimizers USA Intelligent Buildings & the Bid Specification Process Landmark Research Study Rawlson O’Neil King, Communications Director, Continental Automated Buildings Association Building Dashboards - The Next Best Thing? Or Another Waste of Money? James Prince, Engineering Manager, M360, Inc. Technical Review for Customized Energy Efficiency Projects in Southern California Edison Thomas Tseng, P.E., Energy Efficiency Engineer, Southern California Edison Energy Efficiency for Water Facilities Kelly Fetters, President, Renewable Energy Design Concepts Direct use of Geothermal Energy for Manufacturing in Kenya Andrew Amadi, Associate, Senior Consultant, Camco Advisory Services Kenya BioMass Cogeneration in a Densified Urban Location - The UBC Bioenergy Research Demonstration Facility Paul Holt, Director, Utilities & Energy Conservation, University of British Columbia Linking NYC Energy Database to Tenant “ValueAdd” to Economy Steve Baumgartner, Energy Engineer, Buro Happold U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR Event U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR will once again be leading a series of Industrial Focus Meetings and conference sessions specifically targeting some of the largest industrial energy users and their energy and facility issues. These groups include motor vehicle manufacturing, cement manufacturing, corn refining, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and petroleum refining. For more information on the ENERGY STAR program, please visit www.energystar.gov. Industrial Focus Meetings and Conference Sessions Friday’s Events Closing Keynote Luncheon Friday, September 27, 2013 / 11:15AM-1:30PM Renaissance DC Hotel / Renaissance Ballroom Join us on Friday, September 27th, for the Closing Keynote Luncheon. Featured keynote speaker, William (Bill) M. Colton, Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning at Exxon Mobil Corporation, will discuss the trends that will shape global energy supply and demand over the coming decades and how energy will be used more efficiently as new technologies emerge. The WEEC Keynote Luncheon is included in your paid three-day conference registration. Additional or guest tickets may be purchased for $50. Long Term Energy Outlook Association of Energy Engineers honors 2013 Inductees into the Energy Managers Hall of Fame LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT TO BE HONORED At Friday’s Keynote Luncheon, the Association of Energy Engineer’s Energy Managers Hall of Fame will induct its newest members into its prestigious ranks. Selected individuals will be recognized for their lifetime achievements in promoting both the practices and principles of energy management. Corporate and Government Energy Leader / Group Rates Send a delegation to the Conference and Gain Leadership Recognition Register five (5) or more individuals for the full WEEC conference and not only will you save on the regular $995 rate, but you will also be recognized as an Energy Leader. To find out more or to sign up, visit www.aeecenter.org/ leader. This upgraded level of participation at WEEC 2013 will offer your company the following added benefits: • Discounted individual conference rate, with a minimum of five (5) registrants. This includes access to the 14-track conference program, expo, free workshops, networking reception, Banquet on Wednesday, Keynote Luncheon on Friday, a copy of the Proceedings CD, and luncheons on Wednesday, and Thursday, 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: www.energycongress.com. • Onsite recognition. The Corporate and Government Energy Leader premier levels of recognition will determine the prominence of your visibility, based on the STAR level your corporation chooses. Those levels of recognition are listed below. GREEN STAR $15,000: BLUE STAR $10,000: RED STAR $6,000: WHITE STAR $ 3,000: Thirty (30) complimentary, full conference registrations Three (3) free individual one-year AEE memberships. — a total value of $29,850. Twenty (20) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $19,900. Two (2) free individual one-year AEE memberships. Ten (10) complimentary, full conference registrations One (1) free individual one-year AEE memberships. Five (5) complimentary, full conference registrations — a total value of $9,950. — a total value of $4,975. For additional information or to customize your package by adding more attendees or AEE seminars, contact Bill Kent at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 217 or email [email protected] www.energycongress.com PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES Invitation: Visit the expo to see firsthand the latest technologies, products, and services available that can improve the productivity of your operations while slashing costs. The following is a partial listing of exhibitors. Note: List is subject to change; AEE is not responsible for omissions, errors, or claims regarding products or services. Listing is complete as of May 31, 2013. For an updated list, please visit: www.energycongress.com SHOWCASE AMERICAN LAMP RECYCLING, LLC WEEC 2013 13 2G-CENERGY POWER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. AEP ENERGY 2G-CENERGY Power Systems Technologies Inc., located in St. Augustine, Florida, is a 2G Energy AG Group Company. 2G creates value through efficiency with “all in one” “plug and play” superiorly designed CHP (cogeneration modules). The CHP’s, manufactured in the USA, cement 2G’s status as a global leader in the Biogas, Specialty gas, and Natural gas Cogeneration industry. _____________________________________ American Electric Power is one of the largest electric utilities in the United States, delivering electricity to more than 5 million customers in 11 states. AEP ranks among the nation’s largest generators of electricity, owning nearly 38,000 megawatts of generating capacity in the U.S. AEP also owns the nation’s largest electricity transmission system, a nearly 39,000-mile network that includes more 765 kilovolt extra-high voltage transmission lines than all other U.S. transmission systems combined. AEP’s transmission system directly or indirectly serves about 10 percent of the electricity demand in the Eastern Interconnection, the interconnected transmission system that covers 38 eastern and central U.S. states and eastern Canada, and approximately 11 percent of the electricity demand in ERCOT, the transmission system that covers much of Texas. ALR (American Lamp Recycling) has been providing our customers outstanding service for the recycling of Fluorescent bulbs since the 1990’s. As one of the oldest lamp recycling companies in the United Sates, ALR has the experience to properly protect our customers environmental liability. Our “Turnkey” recycling services provide our customers with everything they need to properly recycle their fluorescent light bulbs and more. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ 3M WINDOW FILM / ATD SOLAR & SECURITY, INC. ATD Solar & Security, Inc. is a 3M authorized Prestige Window Film dealer offering film types for sun control, energy savings, safety and security, and decorative purposes. ATD Solar has won the 3M Prestige Dealer-of-the-Year award many years in the past and is dedicated to high quality products and professional installation. THE ARCTIC CHILLER GROUP AIRIUS, LLC ArctiChill is a world-class manufacturer of high-quality chillers and process cooling systems and accessories for Medical, Process, Military, Dry-Cleaning and Modular HVAC Air-Conditioning chiller applications. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Commercial Buildings consume 40-50% of all US Produced Energy - a simple, low tech process in reducing building energy consumption is Destratification. 20-40% reductions in HVAC operating loads can be achieved, reducing consumption and maintenance while improving comfort in every season. The Air Pear by Airius is the premier tool for Destratification and should be your first pick for an Energy Conservation plan. _____________________________________ ARVA, LLC ABM ENERGY ABM (NYSE: ABM) is a leading provider of facility solutions with revenues exceeding $4 billion and 100,000 employees in over 350 offices deployed throughout the United States and various international locations. ABM’s comprehensive capabilities include facilities engineering, commercial cleaning, energy solutions, HVAC, electrical, landscaping, parking and security, provided through stand-alone or integrated solutions. ABM provides custom facility solutions in urban, suburban and rural areas to properties of all sizes — from schools and hospitals to the largest and most complex facilities, such as manufacturing plants and major airports. ABM Industries Incorporated, which operates through its subsidiaries, was founded in 1909. AIRXCHANGE Color Pantone PMS 300C _____________________________________ A leading manufacturer of rotary energy recovery technology for over 30 years, Airxchange wheels recycle up to 80% of the energy normally wasted in building exhaust air to reduce peak demand and HVAC costs up to 40% while helping to control supply air humidity. Airxchange wheels are available as factory installed options in all OEM HVAC systems and are easily maintained for long life and lowest life-cycle cost. ARVA is a leading manufacturer of eco-friendly, energy-saving lighting systems for both indoor and outdoor applications. Our commitment to sustainable lighting is more than just “going green.” It is our desire to leave behind a better environment for our children and future generations to come. Our innovative and proprietary HyLite Induction and LED Lights, Lamps, and Retrofit Kits reduce energy by 60% to 90%, while producing incredible savings on maintenance and overhead costs. HyLite Lighting delivers unparalleled energy efficiency and lamp life. Whether you are looking to offset your energy costs or reduce your carbon footprint, ARVA products are designed to provide you with reliable, economical, and sustainable options for your energy needs. Please visit us at: www.arva.us to view additional information about our products. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ACUITY BRANDS (LANYARD SPONSOR) Acuity Brands, Inc. is a North American market leader and one of the world’s leading providers of luminaires, lighting control systems and related products and services with fiscal year 2011 net sales of $1.8 billion. The Company’s lighting and system control product lines include Lithonia Lighting®, Holophane®, Peerless®, Mark Architectural Lighting(TM), Hydrel®, American Electric Lighting®, Gotham®, Carandini®, RELOC®, Antique Street Lamps(TM), Tersen®, Winona® Lighting, Syner­ gy® Lighting Controls, Sensor Switch®, Lighting Control & Design(TM), Dark to Light®, ROAM®, Sunoptics®, acculamp(TM) and Healthcare Lighting®. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Acuity Brands employs ap­proximately 6,000 associates and has operations throughout North America, Europe and Asia. AMBIRAD _____________________________________ INFRARED HEATING SYSTEMS: AmbiRad is the leading manufacturer of gas fired low intensity infrared heating systems. AmbiRad systems are utilized in applications such as manufacturing facilities, warehouses, vehicle service centers, dock areas and airplane hangars, with savings of up to 60% being achieved against boiler and convection systems. Our customers have come to rely on the economy, reliability and durability of our products and on our 50 years of industry experience. AmbiRad products are represented by a nationwide network of distributors and are backed by factory engineering and technical staff. This comprehensive customer service package includes building heat load calculation, computer-aided design, fuel cost calculation, on-site support, training, and system commissioning. AmbiRad develops and manufactures high quality, environmentally friendly, energy and cost-efficient heating systems fuelled by natural gas, LPG or oil. All products are CSA certified to BS EN ISO 9001:2000 accreditation. ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers, serving 125,000 members worldwide. ASME offers a broad range of products and services including: codes and standards, Mechanical Engineering magazine, public short courses, onsite and online training, reference books, journals in print and online, conferences, proceedings in print and online, and an array of membership benefits tailored for engineers. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ATLANTIC SUN CONTROL ADVANCED COMPLIANCE SOLUTIONS, INC. Advanced Compliance Solutions, Inc. (ACS) is a network of independent test laboratories approving electronic products to regulatory requirements such as Energy Star, CEC, FCC, CE Marking, Wireless Certifications, UL, TUV, and many other product approvals. We assist with product development testing as well as formal final compliance. AMEC _____________________________________ AMEC is a focused supplier of consultancy, engineering and project management services to its customers in the world’s oil and gas, mining, clean energy, environment and infrastructure markets. With annual revenues of some $6.6 billion, AMEC designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets and employs over 29,000 people in around 40 countries worldwide. Our Environment & Infrastructure business is a recognized leader in energy efficiency and specializes in developing innovative, cost-effective solutions to reduce energy use and energy related costs. See amec.com. From pretty to protective, today’s window films serve a multitude of purposes. They can reduce energy consumption, protect furnishings, provide security against terrorism & eavesdropping, add privacy & decor to glass, and much more. Whatever your needs, we’ll work with you to choose and install the right product for your home, commercial or government space. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ATLAS COPCO COMPRESSORS ADVANCED COOLING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. is exhibiting Passive Heat Pipe WrapAround Energy Recovery Heat Exchangers with Enhanced Dehumidification for large HVAC systems. Additionally, Passive Air-to-Air Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers side-by-side or split system. Reduced energy costs and increased system performance with a 1-2 return on investment. AMERESCO _____________________________________ The Knowledge. The Equipment. The SoluƟon. Advanced Test Equipment Rentals Founded in 2000, Ameresco, Inc. (NYSE:AMRC) is a leading independent provider of comprehensive services, energy efficiency, infrastructure upgrades, asset sustainability, and renewable energy solutions for facilities throughout North America. Ameresco’s services include upgrades to a facility’s energy infrastructure and the development, construction and operation of renewable energy plants. Ameresco has successfully completed energy saving, environmentally responsible projects with federal, state and local governments, healthcare and educational institutions, housing authorities, and commercial and industrial customers. With its corporate headquarters in Framingham, MA, Ameresco provides local expertise through its 63 offices in 34 states and five Canadian provinces. Atlas Copco Compressors is an industry-leading global manufacturer and service provider of compressed air technology and quality air accessories with 24/7 service support. In each of the past five years, we have invested in opening new U.S. facilities to further support manufacturing, distribution and training for customers nationwide. Our sales and service representatives are right where our customers do business. In 2013, Atlas Copco celebrates our 140th birthday. From our beginnings as a railroad manufacturer, we have grown our presence in the United States to over 100 locations and employ approximately 4,500 people. The people of Atlas Copco are committed to your Sustainable Productivity. _____________________________________ ADVANCED TEST EQUIPMENT RENTALS _____________________________________ AUBURN MANUFACTURING Advanced Test Equipment Rentals (ATEC) supplies complete testing solutions for EMC, Electrical, Power Quality, Environmental and similar testing applications for the Defense, Aerospace, Medical and Telecom industries. Celebrating 32 years in business, ATEC takes pride in serving our customers with invaluable expertise and technical support. _____________________________________ Auburn Manufacturing, Inc., a U.S. based, vertically integrated Manufacturer has been serving the mechanical insulation industry with a wide array of safe, heat-resistant textiles to cover a range of extreme temperatures. We are proud to introduce EverGreen Cut ‘n Wrap Insulation Kits as the quickest, easiest way to keep energy costs down by covering bare components. Just Cut, Wrap, and Strap the first all-in-one modular system for fast on-site fabrication of removable insulation blankets. _____________________________________ AMERICAN ENERGY CORPORATION AEE The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is your source for information and networking in the dynamic fields of energy engineering and energy management, renewable and alternative energy, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and all related areas. As a growing professional association, AEE’s overall strength is augmented by its strong membership base of over 16,000 professionals in 89 countries and its widely recognized energy certification programs. Its network of 82 local chapters located throughout the U.S. and abroad meet regularly to discuss issues of regional importance. We listen to you: Our engineers focus on what you need and want to improve in your facility. We match your needs to the current enhanced rebates then deliver these at a fraction of the price. Our engineers focus on maximizing your rebate for fixtures and equipment that improve your facility. We have specific program training from Lockheed Martin to deliver energy analysis that will show your savings to investment ratio and rebate incentives. Other training includes certifications from the Building Performance Institute, Association of Energy Engineers and the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers. Our specialists are experts at finding energy savings for small business, municipal, religious, school and public facilities. Our network of trade allys are dedicated to completing projects on time and within budget. BALTIMORE AIRCOIL COMPANY BALTIMORE AIRCOIL COMPANY BAC is the world’s largest and leading supplier of evaporative heat transfer and thermal energy equipment. We are the market leader in providing advanced heat transfer technology that is energy efficient, and has the lowest environmental impact in the industry. We exceed our customers’ expectations by delivering the highest quality products and supporting them through the life-cycle of the equipment. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ 14 SHOWCASE WEEC 2013 SHOWCASE www.energycongress.com PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES frequency (RF) applications. Cree’s product families include LED fixtures and bulbs, blue and green LED chips, high-brightness LEDs, lighting-class power LEDs, power-switching devices and RF devices. Cree products are driving improvements in applications such as general illumination, electronic signs and signals, power supplies and solar inverters. CASCADE ENERGY BENJAMIN ELECTRIC COMPANY Benjamin Electric manufactures power distribution equipment which includes completely integrated branch circuit Power Metering as well as controls. The Benjamin ArcLight Panelboard, with Power Metering is a controllable circuit breaker panel that can communicate with any lighting control or energy/building management system and software. This equipment provides visibility into electrical systems throughout the enterprise. Retrofits are our specialty. Cascade Energy delivers the industrial strength expertise corporations and utilities need to realize their energy efficiency potential. Whether it’s a tuneup or capital installation, we’ll help you develop the energy efficiency strategy that will bolster your bottom line. New this year: SENSEI™, our cutting edge, web-based energy efficiency platform that helps companies drive savings by connecting actions to energy performance. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ THE CROM CORPORATION CDI METERS CDI Meters has developed a simplified design of compressed-air flowmeter, one that is less expensive and easier to install than conventional meters. With this meter, plant-wide monitoring of compressed-air usage has become practical, allowing close scrutiny and effective management of this major component of plant energy usage. Visit us at booth # 747. The Crom Corporation specializes in the design and construction of prestressed concrete tanks for Water, Wastewater, and Thermal Energy Storage. The Crom Corporation has constructed over 4000 tanks since 1953. Our team of professional engineers, construction managers and field personnel can deliver the best solution for your energy needs. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ BORREGO SOLAR SYSTEMS, INC. Borrego Solar designs and installs commercial solar power systems. We provide a complete range of solar energy solutions including turnkey solar installation, integrated financing and solar consulting services. We also provide commercial lighting controls and LEDs. DAINTREE NETWORKS CENTIMARK ROOFING AND FLOORING Since 1968, CentiMark Roof Systems has provided value as a self-performing, nationwide roofing contractor, repairing and installing roofs on existing facilities. Our assessment, maintenance, warranty, national account, and emergency service programs minimize risk and protect your investment. Our flooring division, QuestMark, provides concrete polishing and epoxy coating products and services. _____________________________________ Daintree Networks is revolutionizing the way commercial buildings intelligently manage and reduce their energy use. Daintree provides the industry’s leading wireless lighting controls solution, delivering substantial energy efficiency improvements and occupant-friendly work environments, all in a more cost-effective way than ever before. _____________________________________ BUDDERFLY LLC The Budderfly Energy Management System allows you to control, automate, and view consumption data for energy-consuming loads in your building. Our replacement outlets, light switches and other devices send consumption data and control commands over your existing wiring to our web-based software, without modification to your existing infrastructure. _____________________________________ DANFOSS TURBOCOR COMPRESSORS INC. COMMISSIONING AGENTS, INC. Commissioning is not a side business; it’s our core competency. We work with architectural and engineering firms, construction managers, LEED consultants, trades and clients to confirm that the Owner’s Project Requirements have been met. We have served as the technically competent, independent commissioning authority on projects of all sizes. _____________________________________ Danfoss Turbocor is the pioneer and world leader of magnetic bearing, variable speed, centrifugal refrigerant compressors for the HVAC and process cooling industries. Danfoss Turbocor provides reliable, sustainable, and extremely energy efficient cooling technology that is oil-free, lightweight, very quiet, and requires little maintenance. Put another way, lowest life-cycle costs. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ BUILDING PERFORMANCE EQUIPMENT, INC. Building Performance Equipment, Inc. is a manufacturer of sustainable, reliable, and energy efficient ventilation systems for all residential, commercial, and industrial applications. With over 20 years of experience designing high performance heat exchangers, BPE is the authoritative source for Energy Recovery Ventilation and Heat Recovery. All BPE products are 100% manufactured in the USA and will cost effectively improve building IAQ, energy consumption, and maintenance costs. Best of all, all BPE products come standard with our 20 year limited lifetime guarantee to ensure your building operates effectively for years to come. With BPE, you’re saving more than money! DEKRA CERTIFICATION, INC. CONEDISON SOLUTIONS _____________________________________ ConEdison Solutions is a leading national energy services company that provides competitive energy supply, renewable energy, sustainability services, and cost-effective energy solutions for hospitals and healthcare facilities, commercial, industrial, residential, government, public and private K-12 school districts, and higher education customers. Our dedicated team of energy professionals delivers a broad range of commodity, consulting, demand-side management, and energy saving performance contracting services. ConEdison Solutions is a subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED), and part of a family of companies that is one of America’s largest and longestoperating investor-owned energy companies. Con Edison, Inc.’s assets are valued at $40 billion. DEKRA Certification, Inc. is an accredited Certification Body that offers auditing services for the new ISO 50001 (energy management), SEP (Superior Energy Performance), ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environment), AS 9100 (aviation, space and defense), TL 9000 (telecommunications), and auditing services to many other management standards, including customized supplier assessments. DEKRA works with companies to utilize standards for greater productivity, reduced waste, larger profits, an enhanced customer experience and the growth of a continuous improvement culture. DEKRA’s experienced professionals have extensive knowledge and the direct experience of SEP and 50001 certifications (20 in USA) and a proven track record of success to help achieve the goals of any organization. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ CALMAC MANUFACTURING Energy storage stores renewable energy in the form of ice for use during peak demand and high cost periods. Energy storage is critical for renewable energy and Smart Grid viability. By storing energy, buildings can be demand response ready while lowering carbon footprints, plus lower cooling costs up to 40%. CONTINENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS, LLC DELTA COOLING TOWERS, INC. _____________________________________ WattNode® Power and Energy Meters Founded in 1995, Colorado-based Continental Control Systems specializes in electric power metering and monitoring equipment. The company’s solutions are designed to provide key electrical system measurements including power (kW) and energy (kWh) through a variety of communication protocols including BACnet®, Modbus®, and LONWorks® and as pulse outputs. Applications for the WattNode® meter and Accu-CT•, a revenue-grade current transformer, include building automation, LEED certification, tenant submetering, performance verification/evaluation/diagnostics, net metering and energy management. Booth #1021. Delta Cooling Towers manufactures a complete line of corrosion-proof engineered plastic cooling towers ranging from 10-2000 cooling tons. All towers incorporate a high efficiency counter-flow design and carry a 15-year warranty on the casing, which is molded into a unitary leak-proof structure of engineered plastic. All models are factory assembled, simple to install and nearly maintenance free. Packaged Cooling Systems can be skid mounted to include pumps, heat exchangers, storage tanks, control panels and many other items to complete your project. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ CAMFIL The Camfil Farr Group is a world leader in the development and production of air filters and clean air solutions. Camfil Farr is also one of the most global air filtration specialists in the world with 23 production units and R&D centers in four countries in the Americas, Europe, South East Asia and the Asia-Pacific region. The Group, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, has 3,484 employees and sales in the range of $760,000,000. International markets account for almost 90 percent of sales. The company’s business is to provide customers with sustainable best-inclass air filtration products and services within four main segments: Comfort Air, Clean Processes, Power Systems and Safety & Protection. With 50 years of experience in air filtration products and solutions, Camfil Farr delivers value to customers all over the world while contributing to something essential to everyone – clean air for health, well-being and performance. DENT INSTRUMENTS, INC. COOPER CROUSE-HINDS _____________________________________ Headquartered in Syracuse, N.Y., Cooper Crouse-Hinds is a subsidiary of Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE) that integrates a comprehensive line of electrical and instrumentation products with expert support, industry insights and local availability, engineering safety and productivity in the most demanding industrial and commercial environments worldwide. Cooper Crouse-Hinds manufactures over 100,000 products, including conduit and cable fittings; enclosures; plugs and receptacles; industrial lighting fixtures; signals and alarms; controls and electrical apparatus; commercial outlet boxes and hubs; and electronic components and protection equipment for process control branded MTL Instruments Group. Cooper Crouse-Hinds products are sold worldwide and meet all local and international code requirements. They are used in general construction or in harsh and hazardous environments across the globe, performing to the highest standard of safety and reliability. DENT Instruments is an industry-leading manufacturer of recording power meters, submeters, dataloggers, and a wide variety of compatible Current Transformers, including flexible Rogowski coil CTs. For over 25 years, DENT has built a reputation for providing energy measurement tools of the highest quality whose robust design, reliability, and value make them the products of choice by energy professionals worldwide. _____________________________________ DN TANKS _____________________________________ CAPSTONE TURBINE CORPORATION Natgun and DYK have merged to form a new parent company, DN Tanks. DN Tanks specializes in the design and construction of prestressed concrete tanks and provides liquid storage applications worldwide such as Thermal Energy Storage tanks. Capstone Turbine Corporation® is the world’s leading producer of lowemission microturbine systems, and was first to market with commercially viable air bearing turbine technology. The company has shipped thousands of Capstone turbines to customers worldwide in applications such as combined heat and power, oil and gas, biogas, data center reliability, and peak shaving. These award-winning systems have logged millions of documented runtime operating hours. _____________________________________ COPPER DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION E-FINITY DISTRIBUTED GENERATION E-Finity Distributed Generation is the exclusive Mid-Atlantic and Southeast distributor for Capstone Turbine and an active member of the distributed generation and combined heat and power community. Come learn how we actively promote energy solutions by designing, integrating, and maintaining Capstone “jet engine” technology to create onsite combined heat and power plants. With impending utility rate increases, questionable power reliability, and plenty of shale gas, Capstone turbines are providing customers with green power independence for commercial and industrial applications. Please visit www.e-finity.com for more information and be sure to visit booth #335. Copper Development Association, Inc. (CDA) is a U.S-based, not-for-profit association of the global copper industry, influencing the use of copper and copper alloys through research, development and education, as well as technical and end-user support. CDA is committed to promoting the proper use of copper materials in sustainable, efficient applications for business, industry and the home. DRESSER-RAND _____________________________________ Dresser-Rand is among the largest suppliers of rotating equipment solutions to the worldwide oil, gas, petrochemical, and process industries. The Company operates manufacturing facilities in the United States, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Norway, and India, and maintains a network of 49 service and support centers, (including 6 engineering and R&D centers) covering more than 150 countries. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ CREE, INC. Cree is leading the LED lighting revolution and making energy-wasting traditional lighting technologies obsolete through the use of energy-efficient, mercury-free LED lighting. Cree is a market-leading innovator of lightingclass LEDs, LED lighting, and semiconductor products for power and radio- www.energycongress.com SHOWCASE PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES SHOWCASE FLEXIM AMERICAS CORPORATION WEEC 2013 15 DURAGUARD PRODUCTS, INC. emat EMAT DuraGuard offers an extensive commercial lighting product line in today’s energy- saving technologies, including LED and Induction, in addition to HID and fluorescent. We can provide custom assembly from our 5 factory locations across the US, which allow us to provide our customers with a fast turnaround time. Visit www.DuraGuard.com! Audit Technology Efficient Mobile _____________________________________ A FieldTurf Company EMAT (Efficient Mobile Auditing Technologies) provides tablet-to-cloud solutions for energy auditors and organizations who want to significantly decrease the time and costs of conducting audits, while at the same time increasing audit quality and efficiency. Using EMAT’s advanced tablet-to-cloud technology, energy auditing and reporting time can be cut by up to 50%. _____________________________________ FLEXIM is known for its cutting edge engineering and quality ultrasonic Flowmeters. Ultrasonic flow measurement has become a standard for BTU measurement. Its high turndown range, excellent accuracy, and retro-fit installation make it the meter of choice. FLEXIM takes ultrasonic technology to a new level with certified traceable accuracy of BOTH flow and temperature measurement. _____________________________________ EASYTURF EasyTurf synthetic lawns and putting greens: the lawn that stands up to real life. EasyTurf is the recognized leader in the artificial grass industry, the national brand of FieldTurf’s landscape, pet, playground, golf and military artificial grass products. Noted for the most realistic look, feel, and performance of a natural lawn, EasyTurf customers agree: you just can’t get any greener! _____________________________________ FLIR SYSTEMS E-MON E-Mon D-Mon metering products & systems allow commercial, industrial, institutional and multi-family users to identify exactly how, when and where energy is used in a facility. Monitored loads can include lighting circuits, heating & cooling systems, tenant spaces, common areas, production equipment or entire buildings. Meters can interface with E-Mon Energy AMR software for automatic reading, billing as well as graphic profiling of energy use for demand analysis and efficiency programs. FLIR offers a full selection of thermal imagers to help you quickly find hidden heat issues signaling energy waste, electrical overloading, and mechanical wear: the rugged i-Series starting under $1,000; the versatile E-Series with up to 320x240 resolution, visible camera, and FLIR Tools Mobile connectivity; and the ergonomic T-Series with up to 640x480 thermal imagery, MSX™ enhancement, and more. _____________________________________ ECHO PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION, INC. ECHO sells a complete line of level, flowmeters, and pump controllers. The Arrow Hunter PLUS series include both permanent and portable clamp-on, ultrasonic flowmeters with Thermal Energy BTU capabilities. Also, our new Electromagnetic flowmeter, the Maghunter, is accurate and reliable for all HVAC applications. We also specialize in pressure, ultrasonic, radar and TDR level measurement technologies. Visit our booth #834. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Energy Solutions...Eff icient Results FLOW SAFE, INC. ENERACTIVE SOLUTIONS EFT ENERGY INC. Eneractive is an independent, full service energy consulting, engineering, and project development firm specializing in the analysis, design, development, and installation of energy efficiency projects, building system optimization projects, and power generation solutions for optimization and environmental control. Flow Safe offers risk free design solutions to “green” existing laboratories, featuring our proven, award winning, patented technology to convert existing fume hoods into high performance, low airflow hoods, together with energy efficient, low pressure drop, environmental airflow control products. Flow Safe guarantees energy savings and worker safety protection. _____________________________________ EFT Energy Inc. is a leading supplier of enterprise energy management solutions to business, industry, and government. EFT’s technology has been widely used by a “blue chip” base of international customers. EFT Energy Inc. is a fast growing, dynamic U.S. company, continuing its leadership position in the development of advanced energy analysis and optimization software, helping companies become more profitable and better stewards of the environment. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ENERGYCAP, INC. FLUKE THERMOGRAPHY Do more with your energy information with EnergyCAP! The best selling utility bill management software, EnergyCAP delivers powerful tools to help organizations manage energy and greenhouse gas tracking, building benchmarking and ENERGY STAR reporting, utility bill processing and auditing, budgeting and forecasting, and much more. EnergyCAP, Inc. is a multiple ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year and industry leader for over 30 years, providing implementation, training, bill processing, and support services. Fluke Corporation is the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools. From industrial electronic installation, maintenance, and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep businesses up and running. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Egauge eGauge is a real time and self contained energy Monitor, Data Logger and Server. No fees. Robust and affordable. It monitors up to 12 circuits on up to 3-phases (120-480VAC, 50-60Hz) as well as DC. Displays on web-enabled devices or LAN. Stores up to 30 years of data on board the unit, plus has auto URI push. Open API. Email & text alerts. Logs non-power V,I, Hz,PF, THD. Weather station & BACnet compatible. Free Installer branding. Free eGuard (portfolio mgmt tool). SMA & Power One inverter direct. Made in USA. FUELCELL ENERGY, INC. ENERNOC EnerNOC is transforming the way the world uses energy. We help end-users use energy more intelligently, pay less for it, and generate cash flow that benefits the bottom line. We bring proven expertise and innovative ideas to both groups through a full suite of energy management solutions including comprehensive demand response, data-driven energy efficiency, energy price and risk management, and enterprise carbon management. _____________________________________ Direct FuelCell® power plants are generating ultra-clean, efficient and reliable power at more than 50 locations worldwide. With more than 300 megawatts of power generation capacity installed or in backlog, FuelCell Energy is a global leader in providing ultra-clean baseload distributed generation to utilities, industrial operations, universities, municipal water treatment facilities, government installations and other customers around the world. The Company’s power plants have generated more than 1.5 billion kilowatt hours of ultra-clean power using a variety of fuels including renewable biogas from wastewater treatment and food processing, as well as clean natural gas. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ELECTRALED, INC. Headquartered in Largo, FL, with design and UL® certified ISO 9001/2000 manufacturing facilities in Largo, Safety Harbor, and Homosassa, FL, ElectraLED® produces high-quality, energy-efficient, commercial LED lighting products. The ElectraLED® families of products provide an array of solutions for all types of signage, architectural, refrigerated display cases, walk-in coolers, track lighting, loading docks, security and flood lighting for the commercial lighting industry. ESIGHT ENERGY INC. GEICO _____________________________________ eSight is the most sophisticated yet intuitive energy management suite available worldwide. Utilizing 100% web-based technology, eSight offers an extensive range of techniques for analyzing energy usage to reduce consumption, costs, & carbon by up to 30%. The suite is available as a hosted solution (SaaS) or installed to any site. eSight may be used to monitor data from virtually any energy related system (meters & loggers, BAS & controls, etc.) & any utility type. Visit us on booth 531 or visit http://www.eSightenergy.com to learn more! GEICO and AEE are proud to be working together to offer exceptional insurance products and a great savings opportunity on GEICO auto insurance to members of AEE. Visit http://www.geico.com/engn/aee or call 800-3682734, to complete a simple, no-obligation rate quote. Don’t forget to mention your AEE affiliation to see how much you could save with your exclusive member discount. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ELECTRO INDUSTRIES / GAUGE TECH Electro Industries/GaugeTech are the technology leader in power metering and energy sub-metering. We provide solutions for energy management, cost allocation and energy sub-billing. Our SharkR Series energy meters offer Ethernet, BACnet/IP and WiFi solutions, making connectivity simple. EIG also provides advanced software applications to produce energy usage reports, enable energy dashboards, and give you automated billing capability. EverLast® Lighting _____________________________________ EverLast® Lighting, Inc. has quickly grown into the leading manufacturer of energy-efficient lighting solutions for roadway, parking structure, facility and area lighting applications. EverLast® manufactures the only U.S. made SMART induction fixtures that incorporate a patented bi-level control with on/off photo sensors. The EverLast® fixtures have an unmatched lamp life of 100,000 hours, reduce energy costs between 50% -70% over HPS/HID, and far surpass LED lighting in terms of efficiency and economy. GLOBAL ENERGY SERVICES _____________________________________ Global Energy Services is a MBE/DBE & WBENC “Certified Woman Business Enterprise” turnkey lighting retrofit company that is committed to help companies realize immediate energy savings by offering cost-effective solutions through energy-efficient lighting. Our goal is to reduce energy, maintenance and overhead costs that will directly impact and increase your net profit and improve the value of your building. From start to finish, we’ll provide a construction grade lighting audit, detailed and accurate proposal that guarantees the energy savings, followed by ordering material needed for the job, through to utilizing our in-house labor performing the installation. Global Energy Services is the “turnkey lighting retrofit company” you can depend on, with a 100% satisfaction guaranteed. _____________________________________ ELSTER ENERGYICT EYE LIGHTING INTERNATIONAL Elster delivers complete end-to-end Smart Metering and Energy Management Solutions that drive energy efficiency, operational improvements and cost savings for utilities, industrial customers and consumers. Its multi utility offerings, which are interoperable by design, include distribution monitoring and control, advanced Smart Metering, demand response, networking and software solutions. Elster, one of the world’s largest Smart Metering specialists, provides its products and services to customers in more than 130 countries and its solutions are widely used by utilities, retailers, governments, consumers and manufacturers across the globe. It also partners with a number of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and plays an active role in many industry groups across the globe. Elster is dedicated to driving interoperability and open standards. EYE Lighting designs and manufactures high performance lamps, luminaries and lighting-related products, and has earned a reputation for developing superior lighting technology and custom solutions for its customer base. The company serves the major commercial/retail, industrial, utility and specialty application lighting markets in North and South America. _____________________________________ GLOBAL STRATEGIC ENERGY _____________________________________ Our focus is Federal! GSE works with Federal agency leadership and ‘bootson-the-ground’ energy teams to achieve your EISA/EPACT goals. Our disciplined energy management processes and rigorous energy modeling rationalize decision-making throughout your organization. Ongoing energy reporting and management support ensure energy situational awareness at the National, regional, and local levels. GSE makes data into knowledge so that you can act. CAGE: 54LA5 Booth 231. EZ METER _____________________________________ Davidge Control’s manufactures revenue grade electric KWH Sub-Meters for industrial management applications. EZ Meter’s have the ability to monitor the electrical consumption of anything from 120 volt to 480 volt 1600 amp wiring applications. EZ Meter can output communicate out RS-485, Modbus, Pulse Output. Made in America! _____________________________________ 16 SHOWCASE WEEC 2013 SHOWCASE www.energycongress.com PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES GRAINGER HOTSTART, INC. As a leading supplier of Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) materials, Grainger helps customers take costs out of managing their facilities by providing the right products and services to keep them up and running. With more than 15,000 “green” products, we help our customers manage energy, conserve water, reduce waste, and improve indoor air quality. _____________________________________ Hotstart designs and manufactures engine pre-heaters that improve the reliability of generators and other industrial engines. The product line includes tank type, direct immersion and circulating coolant heaters and lube oil heaters. Hotstart heaters provide diesel engines with easy starts, immediate full power, reduced engine wear, reduced emissions and reduced fuel consumption. Reduce energy consumption up to 36% with Hotstart HOTflow• heaters. kWantera _____________________________________ kWantera provides a unique, leading-edge energy management software solution to commercial building operators, industrial manufacturers, universities, hospitals, data centers, and virtually any large consumer of electricity or natural gas. Our kWantera Analytics product analyzes large volumes of high-velocity, real-time data from smart meters, sensors and other sources and uncovers hidden anomalies in the energy infrastructure that lead to significant cost savings. _____________________________________ GREEN MOUNTAIN ENERGY COMPANY Green Mountain Energy Company is the nation’s longest-serving renewable energy retailer. Founded in 1997 with the mission to “change the way power is made,” we offer consumers and businesses the choice of cleaner electricity, as well as carbon offsets and sustainable solutions for businesses. Green Mountain is backed by NRG Energy (NYSE:NRG), a pioneer in developing cleaner and smarter energy choices for customers. HOWARD LIGHTING PRODUCTS _____________________________________ Howard Lighting Products is committed to a brighter future, and we’re doing our part by designing and manufacturing energy-saving lighting that is safer and preserves the environment. We offer a full line of high-quality fluorescent, HID, LED and Induction ballast fixtures and lamps for both commercial and residential uses. Howard Lighting is your source for dependable lighting products, now, and in the future. LABOR MANAGEMENT COOPERATIVE TRUST _____________________________________ From our start in 1923 in Detroit, the H. O. Trerice Co. has remained true to the commitment of our founder: QUALITY in both PRODUCT and SERVICE. This commitment has placed Trerice as a worldwide leader in the manufacture and supply of temperature and pressure measurement and controls. When your requirements demand quality and durability, the broad line of Trerice products is ready for your selection. Contact us today for expanded information on your particular areas of interest. H.O. TRERICE HUNTSMAN The ISAVE Team Heat and Frost Insulators Labor Management Cooperative Trust. The ISAVE Team is a consortium of mechanical insulation specialty contractors whose mission is to promote mechanical insulation in the United States and Canada. Mechanical insulation is applied to mechanical services for the purpose of retarding the flow of heat energy thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions. No other building technology can boast the greenhouse gas emission reductions, return on investment, and energy savings that mechanical insulation can. Mechanical insulation is the original green building technology. This has been our story since the late 1800’s. _____________________________________ Huntsman (NYE: HUN) is a leading global manufacturer of MDI-based polyurethane materials for spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation, polyiso insulation boards, insulated metal panels, pour-in-place insulation and pipe insulation. Huntsman’s products play a key role in reducing building energy consumption. For more information, visit www.huntsman.com/polyurethanes. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ LED ROADWAY LIGHTING, LTD. LED Roadway Lighting is a leading designer/manufacturer of LED based street and area lighting fixtures and control systems. LRL offers a complete range of LED based street and area lighting fixtures that meet or exceed IES, CIE and IDA requirements. LRL has more than 300 utility, municipal, and commercial clients. IENERGYIQ CORP. HANITATEK WINDOW FILMS Do you look at improving windows and assume “the ROI just isn’t there”. Reducing kWh and kW because of fenestration solar heat gain has made HanitaTEK a global leader in energy and environmental solutions. Visit our booth 734 and ask how some films won’t even change the appearance of your glass. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ iEnergyIQ is a revolutionary Energy Analytics, Management and Load Control system providing: • Energy ERP with C&I Energy Management Portal • Energy Analytics (Business Intelligence) • Load Management & Control • Operational Efficiency/DR Policy Management & Controls • Energy Financial & Billing System • Meter Data Management • Engineering & Facility Document Management • Green House Gas Tracking • Continuous Benchmarking & Commissioning LEVITON _____________________________________ Founded in 1906, Leviton is a leading global manufacturer of lighting and energy management systems, electrical wiring devices and data center connectivity solutions. Leviton offers the most comprehensive line of energy management products to help you save energy, meet code compliance and achieve LEED certification with our occupancy sensors, wireless self-powered controls, relay controls, commercial grade sub-metering and more. _____________________________________ HARRIS LIGHTING Harris Lighting, an industry leader in the energy efficient marketplace, proudly serves thousands of customers throughout North America. For over 45 years Harris Lighting, a UL Certified lighting fixture manufacturer, has engineered, designed and manufactured energy efficient lighting systems. Harris Lighting meets your energy-efficient lighting needs from new fixture and retrofit solutions to facility audits, designs, project management and installation. INSTRUMENTS DIRECT _____________________________________ Do you know how much water / Energy / BTU is your facility using? Instruments Direct Rents & Sells Ultrasonic Flow Meters for your HVAC, water usage, BTU and Flow survey applications. We offer a variety of flow and temperature equipment so you can optimize your facility. With 35 years of experience Instruments Direct is the leader in Ultrasonic Rental equipment, offers quick deliveries and outstanding technical / customer support. LiLEDs LiLEDs is dedicated to the research, development, and manufacture LED lighting products. LiLEDs has the world’s state-of-art optical design capabilities, a strong R&D team and a complete testing laboratory. LiLEDs has LED Street lamps, LED Tunnel lamps, LED High-bay & Low-Bay lamps, LED Gas Stations Canopy Lamps, LED Wallpack lamps, LED Garden lamps and as well as LED Interior lamps. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ HEAT PIPE TECHNOLOGY, INC. Heat Pipe Technology is the innovation leader in passive energy recovery and dehumidification systems for commercial and industrial applications around the globe. Employing the very latest in passive-heat-transfer technology, Heat Pipe Technology designs and supplies the core energy recovery technologies to the world’s leading commercial air-handling equipment manufacturers. JUHA CO. LTD. _____________________________________ Juha develops and manufactures UPS systems and rectifiers for industrial applications, where uninterruptable power system is the most critical factor in daily operations. Juha’s UPS and water cooled rectifiers are uniquely designed with it’s own patents that allow efficient operation, small footprint, and longer life cycle compared with other products. LORDAN (A.C.S.) LTD _____________________________________ Lordan engineers and manufactures high quality custom-made fin and tube heat exchangers coils for the global HVAC&R market since 1958. Beyond thermal engineering, our heating, cooling and refrigeration coils are designed to operate in extreme environmental conditions. We specialize in applications suited to the heavy duty, precision cooling and industrial cooling markets. HELIOS RESOURCES LTD _____________________________________ HELIOS RESOURCES LTD is an experienced energy and resource management and environmental consulting company that provide properly engineered and analyzed energy and construction management solutions. We are a highly responsive team of certified resource efficiency managers, auditors, retro-commissioning, energy specialists and environmental scientists. SBA Certified 8(a) firm, DUNS: 831377747; CAGE Code: 5SKN4, Virginia Class ‘A’ Contractor License #2705146772, bonding capacity $30 million. KAESER COMPRESSORS, INC. _____________________________________ HONEYWELL Kaeser Compressors, Inc. is the leader in providing reliable and energy efficient rotary screw compressors and accessories for the industrial user. At the same time, we recognize that having efficient components is only part of the efficiency picture. The greatest efficiency gains are achieved through proper system design. In the course of helping many customers achieve better energy and production efficiencies, Kaeser has refined and improved air audit techniques. The result is our Air Demand Analysis (ADA) program. No other approach offers ADA’s unique combination of affordability, convenience, and completeness. As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Kaeser is committed to helping industrial users increase compressed air system performance while saving energy saving and reducing maintenance costs. LUTRON ELECTRONICS Lutron Electronics, headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, designs and manufactures energy-saving lighting controls, automated window treatments and appliance modules for both residential and commercial applications. Its innovative, intuitive products can be used to control everything from a single light, to every light, shade and even stand-by power in a home or commercial building. Founded in 1961, Lutron manufactures more than 16,000 energysaving products, sold in more than 100 countries around the world. _____________________________________ Honeywell provides integrated product solutions for building controls including lighting, HVAC and plug loads. Honeywell’s technologies are found in more than 150 million homes, 10 million buildings and multitude of companies around the world. Honeywell will display its expanded line of thermostats, switches, Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), and LED and lighting solutions. _____________________________________ MAMAC SYSTEMS, INC. KRAFT POWER CORPORATION Kraft Power Corporation was founded in 1965 and today we are leaders in the field of generator power systems, combined heat and power (CHP), power transmission products, diesel and gas engines and generator sets for both stand-by and continuous duty applications, as well as full service, parts and accessories. We currently operate 9 locations in 9 states and focus on the sales, distribution, maintenance, and renting of a wide range of gas and diesel engines and generator power systems for industrial, residential, marine, mobile and combined heat and power/cogeneration applications. Our systems operate on a variety of fuels including natural gas, landfill gas, sewage gas, mining gas, diesel and Biofuels. We offer full 24/7 service 365 days a year. You can rely on Kraft Power Corporation, your power solution provider. _____________________________________ MAMAC Systems is a leading global manufacturer of sensors, transducers, control peripherals and web browser based IP Appliances. MAMAC products are used for HVAC and environmental controls, remote monitoring alarming, energy metering, and industrial automation. MAMAC Systems pioneered the HVAC environmental controls, energy management and light industrial automation markets. _____________________________________ HORIZON ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES HEA is the nation’s premier commissioning firm that delivers innovative solutions for our clients nationwide. We help commercial and federal, state, and local government agencies make progress towards their energy reduction goals. HEA is a GSA Schedule holder for commissioning and energy audit services. Commissioning for new construction and existing buildings represents 85% of our business, including 350+ LEED projects. _____________________________________ MEASURLOGIC, INC. _____________________________________ Measurlogic is focused on developing and manufacturing affordable, effective, and scalable AC and DC electrical sub-metering and power solutions, thus Enabling Energy Efficiency opportunities for building owners/facility managers. Our state of the art DTS sub-metering family, integrated with the PowerStudio software suite provides the tools to maximize profits reduce costs and increase productivity. _____________________________________ www.energycongress.com SHOWCASE PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES SHOWCASE ONSET COMPUTER CORPORATION WEEC 2013 17 MELINK CORPORATION NATEK CORPORATION Intelli-Hood® commercial kitchen demand ventilation control saves up to 90% in fan energy and 50% in conditioned air. The industry standard in controls, Intelli-Hood won the AHR Expo 2012 Product of the Year Award. Melink is known for its commitment to sustainability including having one of the greenest buildings in the world. Melink is LEED Platinum EB and net-zero energy. _____________________________________ Natek Corporation is a nationally recognized staffing and recruiting firm specializing exclusively in the Energy Industry. Natek has over 20 years of direct Energy recruiting and staffing experience and have placed thousands of ENERGY PROFESSIONALS. We have led Energy recruiting activities for some of the largest Global Energy service providers in the world and recently were instrumental in selling an ESCO to a Larger Engineering company. We consider ourselves a results oriented Energy Recruiting Company emphasizing in client satisfaction. For many years Mark Dillon, President of Natek has team up with AEE and the Career Center and Natek has been the sounding board of who is doing what and where in the Energy market. Visitors to the Career Center can get valuable information on enhancing their careers and Employers can learn winning strategies for recruiting and retaining skilled energy professionals and gain insight for future employment trends in the energy industry. Onset is the world’s leading supplier of data loggers. The company’s HOBO® data loggers are used in a range of energy monitoring applications, including building energy audits, Measurement & Verification, and building commissioning studies. Onset has sold more than 2 million data loggers since the company’s founding in 1981. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ MHT LIGHTING PEPCO & DELMARVA POWER C&I ENERGY SAVINGS PROGRAM MHT Lighting is the U.S. leading manufacturer of energy efficient Induction/ LED lighting and power management systems. Our patent pending technology and our ISO9000/9001 certification are reflected in our innovative and superior product offerings. Our highly qualified staff of Robotics, Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics Engineers provide engineering, project layout and personalized solutions for your lighting and power management challenges. The Pepco and Delmarva Power C&I Energy Savings Program encourages energy efficiency projects, large and small. From changing out light fixtures to replacing major mechanical equipment, Pepco and Delmarva Power provides Maryland customers cash incentives that reduce the cost of energy efficiency projects and energy cost year after year. NEXTENERGY GEOTHERMAL _____________________________________ _____________________________________ NextEnergy is North America’s leading provider of innovative geothermal energy solutions and equipment. Our clients leverage NextEnergy’s unique approach, experience and unmatched successful track record, insuring that the geothermal component of their project meets the highest standards while providing maximum return on investment. Services include: Education, Design, Engineering, Tech, Sales and Marketing Support, Integrated Turn-Key Solutions, and Geothermal Utility. PEPCO ENERGY SERVICES, INC. _____________________________________ MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC COOLING & HEATING Mitsubishi Electric is the #1 selling brand of VRF technology. We offer energy-efficient and eco-friendly systems for a wide variety of applications from zone-cooling or heating a home (using a split-ductless system, to a large commercial building with multiple floors and zones that require individual comfort control delivered by a VRF system. CITY MULTI® Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning technology is an energy-efficient method of providing precise comfort control to a building. CITY MULTI R2-Series systems can simultaneously cool and heat specific zones by enabling heat to be recycled within the building envelope, conserving electricity and delivering custom comfort to occupants. Our VRF zoning systems can help new or existing buildings earn essential points in the USGBC’s LEED® ratings system and have been deployed on over 200 projects to date for this purpose. Our splitductless systems provide zone cooling for computer rooms, telephone equipment rooms, and many other light commercial applications. NOESIS ENERGY Pepco Energy Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pepco Holdings, Inc., (NYSE: POM), provides commercial, institutional, government and industrial customers with comprehensive energy management solutions. These include Energy Performance Contracts, Energy Audits, Design and Development of Cogeneration Facilities, Thermal Energy and Storage Systems as well as Renewable Energy Project Development. Pepco Energy Services generates more than $2 billion in annual revenues and is the fifth largest independent electricity supplier in the United States. Noesis Energy puts businesses in control of their energy management costs. Combining big data services, energy analytics and industry expertise, our free and premium services help energy professionals track and improve energy performance and cost savings for greater return on investment. Noesis Energy is backed by Black Coral Capital and Austin Ventures and maintains offices in Austin, Texas and Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ PFISTER ENERGY NORESCO _____________________________________ As one of the largest U.S. energy services companies, NORESCO specializes in the development, design, construction, financing, and operation of energy and environmental efficiency projects, performance contracting and central energy plants. NORESCO clients include U.S. government agencies, state and local governments, public housing authorities, school districts, universities, and industrial and commercial businesses. NORESCO has implemented more than $2.5 billion in energy savings at more than 2,000 sites throughout the U.S. and abroad. Pfister Energy specializes in the design and construction of turnkey solar installations and renewable energy systems for commercial, industrial and institutional facilities, with an emphasis on building-integrated applications. The company implements the latest green technologies, including: photovoltaics, daylighting, energy efficiency, wind turbines, solar lighting, solar thermal systems, fuel cells, rainwater harvesting, green roofs and geothermal systems. _____________________________________ MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCTS Mitsubishi Electric manufactures precision-engineered, high quality uninterruptible power supplies to protect mission-critical equipment during times of power instability. We are an industry leader in designing and manufacturing reliable, environmentally-conscious UPS systems to extend uptime, prevent data loss and protect against power surges. Mitsubishi Electric UPS division offers systems in both single and multi-module configurations and a broad range of kVA capacities. _____________________________________ PHILIPS LIGHTING _____________________________________ As the world’s leader in lighting, Philips has a tradition of spearheading innovative, energy-efficient solutions and initiatives that meet end user needs, desires, and aspirations while fully promoting environmental responsibility and sustainability - From lamps and ballasts to LEDs, luminaires and specialty systems for the market’s broad range of professional applications. _____________________________________ NORTHWRITE, INC. MIURA NORTH AMERICA, INC. Miura is a world leader in thermal energy innovation with modular, on-demand boiler systems offering superior energy management with quick response & high-precision load-matching via modular, sequentially staged units. _____________________________________ Established in 2000, NorthWrite - The WorkSite Company is an industry leader in web-based energy information management software and supporting services. NorthWrite’s award-winning products and services are installed nationwide for demand side management, MBCx services, energy monitoring, sub-metering, and building energy modeling across the spectrum of commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental facilities. The Worksite solution includes integrated communications and program management tools that seamlessly connect all stakeholders to ensure your energy program meets its savings and sustainability objectives. POOLPAK INTERNATIONAL _____________________________________ PoolPak is the most recognized name in pool dehumidification for comfort, performance and energy efficiency. PoolPak’s Proven Approach protects your investment and assures a long life of uninterrupted environmental control. PoolPak uses higher efficiency components and unique control strategies for the lowest cost of operation and is the choice of architects and design engineers when quality counts. _____________________________________ MPC ENERGY MPC Energy is a global leader in industrial energy management. In partnership with clients, MPC’s process permanently reduces demand-side energy requirements for manufacturing processes without CAPEX. With a 30-year history and customer energy savings over $1 Billion, MPC’s Energy Management System reduces energy-per-unit of output, overall energy costs, and GHG emissions. We provide energy “truth” and control across the enterprise. _____________________________________ NSF-ISR POWERHOUSE EQUIPMENT AND ENGINEERING COMPANY MULTISTACK LLC Energy efficiency and sustainability are top priorities at Multistack. We invented the modular chiller that delivers efficient, reliable comfort with redundancy and sustainability. Multistack offers a full range of innovative air- and water-cooled chillers, ground- and water-source heat pumps, dedicated heat recovery chillers and now ConsERV™ energy recovery ventilators. Multistack: Originators. Innovators. Never the imitators. NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR) offers a comprehensive portfolio of management systems certification solutions and services including: ISO 50001, custom auditing services, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001, greenhouse gas verification, supplier assessments, SFI/PEFC forest and chain of custody certification, ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949, Automotive Aftermarket Parts Certification, AS 9100/10/20, ISO 13485, e-Stewards, R2 and RIOS ewaste certifications and more. Powerhouse maintains the largest fleet of portable boiler rooms in the world. From 25HP to 800HP, our rental boilers are ready for immediate shipment all over the USA. We are the Ultimate Boiler Experts, selling new and used boilers and offering turn-key boiler service. For over 30 years, Powerhouse has rented and sold the best boiler equipment in the industry. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ OBVIUS HOLDINGS, LLC Obvius is a leading energy solutions provider offering meters, wireless metering, data acquisition, software, and monitoring technologies used to display and manage energy consumption and renewable energy generation. _____________________________________ NALMCO INCORPORATED The interNational Association of Lighting Management Companies has been the voice of the lighting industry since 1953. Over the course of six decades, NALMCO® has been on the cutting edge of technological advances and best practices in the lighting industry. The association offers opportunities to members for networking, certification and referrals and provides a forum to facilitate new ideas and business opportunities within the lighting industry. ONICON _____________________________________ ONICON Incorporated manufactures highly accurate flow meters and Btu meters for chilled water, hot water, condenser water, and steam and natural gas systems. They are ideally suited for campus and central energy plant applications, as well as mixed use facilities. Retrofit kits are available for installation without shutdown. Btu meters are compatible with BACnet, LONWORKS, MODBUS, JCI-N2 Metasys and Siemens-P1 Apogee networks. PPL EnergyPlus® is the successful energy marketing and trading subsidiary of PPL Corporation, a Pennsylvania-based FORTUNE 500® corporation with more than 90 years of experience in the energy business. PPL EnergyPlus sells customized electricity and natural gas supply, renewable energy, and other products and services to meet the diverse needs of business customers across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. FORTUNE 500 is a registered trademark of Time Inc. PPL EnergyPlus; LLC is an unregulated subsidiary of PPL Corporation. PPL EnergyPlus is not the same company as PPL Electric Utilities. The prices of PPL EnergyPlus are not regulated by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. You do not have to buy PPL EnergyPlus electricity or other products in order to receive the same quality regulated services from PPL Electric Utilities. PPL ENERGYPLUS _____________________________________ _____________________________________ 18 SHOWCASE WEEC 2013 SHOWCASE www.energycongress.com PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES PRECISION-PARAGON (P2) SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC For nearly 20 years Precision-Paragon [P2] has delivered ultra-efficient lighting fixtures, rapid response manufacturing and the most dedicated customer support in the industry. [P2] is run by lighting retrofit industry veterans who have built the company for a single purpose: to deliver exactly what our customers want. As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in Utilities & Infrastructures, Industries & Machine Manufacturers, Non-residential Buildings, Data Centers & Networks and Residential. SMART BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES _____________________________________ _____________________________________ All systems go - that’s SmartBT. As the leader in complete solutions for Building Automation Systems, SmartBT provides smart technologies, smart decisions, and smart solutions, by helping building engineers, building managers, and building owners do things better. SmartBT offers the most comprehensive overhaul of inefficient systems in the industry. SmartBT replaces and updates components, monitors and improves systems that are losing heat and energy, and link uncoordinated systems with a central control mechanism that is automated and addresses each building’s unique needs. _____________________________________ Q POWER AMERICA INC. SCHWANK USA INC. Q Power America is a manufacturer of heat exchangers based on heat pipe technology. Q Power heat exchangers are designed for a broad power ranging from 20 kW up to 5,000 kW (17 MMBTU’s/hr.) - the largest installed to date, and have been into service for many types of heat recovery or heat transfer projects. Looking for the most energy-efficient heating systems for industrial and commercial applications? Schwank’s award-winning products offer the most fuel efficient infrared heating technology, backed up by the best design, quickest delivery and technical support. Stop by our booth #525 to learn how to achieve up to 65% energy savings for your next new or retrofit heating project. SOUTHLAND INDUSTRIES _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Founded in 1949, Southland Industries is one of the nation’s largest designbuild mechanical contracting firms. Southland’s design-build-maintain model integrates in-house engineering and design capabilities with self-performed HVAC, process piping, plumbing, fire protection, construction services, automation and controls, testing and balancing, energy services, as well as operations and maintenance in order to provide customers with customized, single-source solutions. _____________________________________ QSSI SENSOR SWITCH, INC. (LANYARDS SPONSOR) QSSI offers an extensive commercial lighting product line in today’s energysaving technologies, including LED and Induction, in addition to HID and fluorescent. We can provide custom assembly from our 5 factory locations across the US, which allow us to provide our customers with a fast turnaround time. Visit www.QSSI.com! _____________________________________ 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 innovations include our patented Passive Dual Technology (PIR/Microphonics), and the groundbreaking nLight Control System. From schools and offices to factories, government buildings, and retail stores, Sensor Switch provides reliable and cost-effective lighting control solutions for virtually every building type and application. Founded in 1987, Sensor Switch proudly engineers and manufactures all of its products in the USA at the company headquarters in Wallingford, Connecticut. SSRCx _____________________________________ SSRCx, a division of Smith Seckman Reid, is a leading facilities commissioning and sustainability consulting provider. SSRCx provides commissioning services at any stage of a project, from design to completion, including facilities that have been built and running for a significant amount of time. SSRCx is also one of only a few firms licensed to provide Continuous Commissioning services. We’ve provided our services to over 90 LEED certified projects, totaling over 14 million square feet! QUADLOGIC CONTROLS CORPORATION _____________________________________ At Quadlogic, we spend our energy helping you manage yours. We design and manufacture a full line of solid-state, advanced electricity meters and complete metering systems. As a market leader in Power Line Communications metering technology, we provide accurate, timely and reliable metering data to our clients and we have been doing so for over 25 years. In the face of rising energy costs, deregulated markets and complex energy pricing, the data our metering systems provide are critical to your energy management decisions. Our patented technology relies on a known and robust infrastructure - - the existing power lines. Our systems are smart, dependable and cost-effective. SERVIDYNE _____________________________________ Servidyne is a leading building optimization company that provides comprehensive programs to its customers that focus on energy efficiency, demand response, and sustainability, with the purpose of significantly enhancing the operating and financial performance of existing buildings. Since the mid-70s, Servidyne, with the right blend of people, processes, technology and expertise, has enabled its customers to cut energy consumption and realize sustainable cost savings across their portfolios, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving the comfort and satisfaction of their buildings’ occupants. The Company serves a broad range of markets in the United States, including owners and operators of commercial office, hospitality, retail, light industrial, distribution, healthcare, government, and education facilities, as well as public and investor-owned utilities. STERLING PLANET, INC. Sterling Planet leads in retail renewable energy certificate (REC) sales and offers a comprehensive carbon-reduction portfolio - RECs, carbon offsets and innovative White Tags® energy efficiency certificates. EPA ranks Sterling Planet No. 1 in sales to the voluntary REC market, and the nation’s top three voluntary purchasers are clients. Sterling Planet has 160 utility partnerships and develops renewable energy projects nationwide. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ RETRO-TECH SYSTEMS, INC. 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, Governmental, Institutional, and Retail facilities across the United States. Retro-Tech Systems, Inc.’s mission is to be the preferred turnkey designer, engineer, and installer of energy-efficient lighting systems, exceeding our customer’s expectations through a total commitment to quality products and exceptional service. SHANNON – INSULTECH _____________________________________ INSULTECH® Thermal Blanket Insulation saves energy, improves the work environment and lowers surface temperature for safety. INSULTECH® Thermal Blanket Insulation is engineered to match and treat steam specialty fittings, valves and difficult geometry, trapping radiant heat loss that otherwise would be left bare. As a result, significant energy savings is recognized generating 7-14 month payback periods on investment. Average projects include 200-300 steam fittings, saving roughly $ 60,000.00 a year in otherwise wasted energy. A CAD / CNC approach to manufacturing and design, result in a high quality investment with a 15 year service life. Invest one dollar and save $15 dollars. SUNBELT RENTALS Sunbelt Rentals is your one stop shop for equipment rentals. With a network of nearly 400 locations nationwide and an equipment rental fleet greater than $2 billion, we have the equipment to get any job done. Sunbelt Rentals’ 24/7 service delivers air movers, dehumidifiers, desiccants, generators, power distribution and more. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ REYNOLDS, SMITH AND HILLS, INC. RS&H is a full-service, multidiscipline A/E firm that provides Commissioning and Energy Management Services to Federal Agencies worldwide. RS&H’s portfolio includes energy audits, commissioning, billing analysis, energy modeling, and evaluation of innovative technologies. We also provide utility database development, energy and water policy development, GHG inventory calculations, and training services. SUPERIOR RADIANT PRODUCTS SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC., BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION A division of Siemens Industry, Inc., Building Technologies is a leading provider of energy and environmental solutions, building controls, electrical distribution equipment, fire safety and security systems solutions. Building Technologies provides a full range of services and solutions, enabling America’s buildings to be more comfortable, secure and environmentally friendly as well as less costly to operate. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Superior Radiant Products (SRP) manufactures North America’s broadest infrared product line to meet all your design requirements. The total infrared solution features the most efficient in-series-burner vacuum systems, low intensity and high intensity gas fired heaters for commercial, industrial, agricultural and residential applications. Our award winning, patented Premier VS vacuum system boasts the flexibility of variable rate burners resulting in unsurpassed comfort and energy efficiency. At SRP, we believe in promoting ‘green building’ technology and are proud to have our heaters included in LEED projects contributing points in the ‘Optimize Energy Performance’ category. We have become the radiant heat industry leader by providing energyefficient heating solutions through working together with our customers to achieve their success. ROVANCO PIPING SYSTEMS _____________________________________ Rovanco Piping Systems, Joliet, IL. is a leading manufacturer of pre-fabricated, pre-insulated piping systems. Rovanco systems are manufactured to exact standards with our patented methods resulting in high-quality, unique products. Rovanco has a nationwide network of sales representatives and fast delivery turnaround capabilities and has been a leading pre-insulated pipe manufacturer for forty-three years. Rovanco is also a distributor of Rhinoflex Flexible Piping Systems. _____________________________________ SLIM JIM®/GEO LAKE PLATE®, distributed by AWEB SUPPLY SAIN ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES, INC. Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. (SEA) is an SBA-approved small business with over twenty-five (25) years of comprehensive energy services experience. Our team possesses extensive knowledge and experience in energy auditing, every facet of building commissioning, and the identification and recommendation of energy conservation measures. SEA provides energy consulting services for industrial, commercial and government entities worldwide, including North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Our in-house staff is comprised of highly experienced energy professionals with certifications in virtually every energy and technology category. We are known for our technical expertise and our team-oriented, solutions-focused approach, which allows us to seamlessly integrate with architects, project managers, contractors, and end users such as facility managers and maintenance personnel. AWEB is responsible for the design and manufacture of the Slim Jim® and Geo Lake Plate® heat exchangers - “POND LOOP IN A PACKAGE” - making pond loops “as simple as it gets! Slim Jim®/Geo Lake Plate® - a plate heat exchanger that is submerged in an adequate body of water and used for fluid to fluid heat transfer in water cooled equipment - (A/C, Heat Pumps, Refrigeration, etc.) or cooling tower replacement. Slim Jim®/Geo Lake Plate® open up simple, cost effective opportunities where ponds, lakes, rivers, oceans or other waterways can be utilized. TEKWORX tekWorx optimizes central energy plant performance through adaptive control, hydronic system expertise and continuous commissioning. tekWorx helps clients minimize total kW per ton in their existing facilities without the purchase of new equipment. tekWorx optimizes any hydronic system configuration and communicates with any building automation system or network. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ SMARDT INC. _____________________________________ Smardt Chiller Group is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-efficiency oil-free centrifugal chillers - water cooled 60 TR to 1200 TR, air cooled 60 TR to 600 TR, condenserless to 1200 TR, evap to 400 TR and compact modular 60 TR to 900TR. Smardt chiller performance is AHRI-certified and verified by certified test rigs at the Smardt factories in Montreal, Quebec; Plattsburgh, NY; Stuttgart, Germany; Melbourne, Australia and Guangzhou, Guangdong. Smardt is the world’s largest user of the revolutionary Turbocor compressor technology, which the company has been optimizing since 2001 and has now deployed in over 3000 high-efficiency installations across the world. When you install Smardt’s award-winning Kiltech CPECS chiller plant energy optimization system - now supplied and supported by the Group in Asia-Pacific as well as North America - truly spectacular energy savings become possible. Please check the website www.smardt.com. TERRALUX TerraLUX Illumination designs and manufactures plug-and-play LED modules and light engines with intelligent on board drive circuitry to handle the engineering and integration work so you don’t have to. For lighting manufacturers, designers and building owners alike, we offer the “smartest” LED solutions. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ www.energycongress.com SHOWCASE PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES SHOWCASE WATT STOPPER WEISHAUPT CORPORATION WEEC 2013 19 TETRA TECH UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Tetra Tech provides environmental, engineering and construction services for electric power and energy efficiency projects. Our services cover power generation, transmission, distribution, and storage, in all stages of development, construction, and operations. In addition, Tetra Tech offers energy policy, planning, management, and advisory services to government agencies, utilities, large energy users, system operators and the development finance community. Online Master’s degree program for working engineers (Sustainable Energy Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Reliability Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering, and Project Management). Learn more and go further with a Master’s degree from the University of Maryland. WattStopper is a leading manufacturer of energy efficient lighting controls for commercial, industrial and residential use. We help customers find convenient ways to save energy, meet green initiatives, and comply with energy codes with our comprehensive range of products, programs, and services. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ VERIS INDUSTRIES, INC. THERMAXX INSULATION JACKETS Save energy and stop losing money with easy to install removable and reusable insulation jackets. A large portion of energy waste stems from pipes and other components that are poorly insulated or not insulated at all. At ThermaXX, we specialize in insulation solutions that can be easily removed for maintenance. If you’ve been assigned the job of cutting energy costs or improving safety within the workplace, contact our representatives to discuss the insulation options and how we can help you accomplish your energy saving goals. GSA Contractor - GS-07F-0531V. Veris Industries is a premier provider of energy and environmental sensor products, and is recognized for setting new standards in customer service and product innovation. Known for providing easy to use labor saving products, whether it’s a current sensor for monitoring positive proof of flow, a C02 sensor for demand ventilation, or a power meter for departmental budgeting, Veris Industries has the ideal product to meet your needs. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ VICONICS TECHNOLOGIES INC. THERM-O-LITE WINDOWS Therm-o-lite, Inc. is a U.S. manufacturer of supplemental window systems. Thermolite window systems provide the greatest amount of energy savings for existing buildings. This alternative to window replacement saves as much as triple-glazed thermal IG units at a lower cost. The system also can provide sound, blast, and hurricane mitigation as well as signal defense, ballistic and security solutions. All historic preservation requirements are met. Viconics is a manufacturer of communicating and non-communicating HVAC control products. Our products and solutions designed for ease-ofuse, increased energy savings with improved comfort; improving ROI, lower total installed costs while facilitating installation and integration into building automation systems through open BACnet®, Lontalk® and wireless Zigbee® communications protocols. We are committed to a leadership role in contributing to an environmentally conscious global community. Weishaupt burners are suitable for various new and retrofit applications, including the following: • Residential heating • Commercial and district heating • Air make up units • Food and beverage industry - Bread baking - Distilleries - Breweries • Agriculture - Tobacco curing - Greenhouse industry • Waste processing • Marine industry • Absorption chillers • Textile and laundry • Painting ovens (cabinets) • Drying kilns • Automotive • Pharmaceutical and chemical • Recuperators • Incinerators • Other process applications _____________________________________ _____________________________________ YANMAR AMERICA CORPORATION _____________________________________ VIRIBRIGHT LIGHTING INC. Yanmar is a recognized global leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced performance diesel engines and diesel-powered equipment. Yanmar’s newest technology, the micro-CHP unit, offers a reliable and efficient energy solution using either natural gas or propane. Yanmar America headquarters is located at 101 International Parkway, Adairsville, GA 30103. TRANE / INGERSOLL RAND (SILVER SPONSOR) We Know Energy from the Inside Out At Trane, our knowledge of buildings provides a new perspective to energy management; the building’s perspective. We help create high-performance, energy-efficient buildings at every stage of a building’s life cycle, from design and build through operation and renovation. Trane systems and services help increase reliability, lower operational costs, and accurately manage energy. So, because we know buildings from the inside out, we can better manage your building’s energy to increase occupant comfort and productivity while minimizing costs. Trane is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ingersoll Rand (NYSE:IR) For more information, visit us at www.trane.com. VIRIBRIGHT is a brand of very affordable LED lamps that offer the mercury free, energy-efficient, crisp, beautiful light you would expect from advanced light bulb technology. With a growing selection of LED lighting products with pricing to fit all budgets, VIRIBRIGHT is the next generation in lighting technology. VIRIBRIGHT LED lamps are offered as a true environmentally conscious alternative in lighting compared to standard incandescent and CFL bulbs on the market today. VIRIBRIGHT LED lamps use 80%-90% less energy than an incandescent bulb and 50% less than CFLs, significantly reducing power consumption, helping to achieve global energy conservation goals. LED lamps generate very little heat transferring most of their energy directly into light eliminating excessive heat buildup that can adversely affect energy costs. _____________________________________ YOKOGAWA CORPORATION OF AMERICA Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Division, offers a broad range of portable test equipment and panel mounted instruments which include portable power monitors, digital multimeters, clamp-ons, insulation testers, calibrators, HART communication devices, portable data loggers, a complete line of Analog/ Digital meters, transducers, and much more. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ WATER SAVERS, LLC ZOO FANS Water Savers, LCC is a turnkey water efficiency partner with decades of experience in the industry. Water Savers evaluates all current water uses within a facility to fully understand the usage profile prior to designing and implementing a water efficiency project. • Lowering the Cost of High Ceilings • Improve Creature Comfort + Lower Operating Costs + Reduce Carbon Footprint Variable speed ZOO Fans gently mix the air, eliminating hot and cold spots. The temperature at floor level is much more comfortable and the HVAC systems run less. With fast payback and ongoing savings, these small, patented fans quickly deliver above-average return on investment. TRANSFORMATIVE WAVE TECHNOLOGIES _____________________________________ The mission of Transformative Wave Technologies is to develop and commercialize new technologies and services that transform the existing landscape, empowering clients to achieve their economic, efficiency, and sustainability goals. The current list of technologies is lead by the patent-pending CATALYST Efficiency Enhancing Controller for reducing energy consumption in Rooftop Packaged HVAC systems by 25-40%. Other products include the CATALYST’s companion software solution, the eIQ Energy Intelligence Platform, iHAVE asset management tools, and Clean CT-01™, an environmentally responsible HVAC water treatment solution. _____________________________________ Also Exhibiting: WATERFURNACE INTERNATIONAL, INC. WaterFurnace International supplies high-efficiency geothermal, watersource, forced air HVAC systems; chilled/heated water for fan coil, process, domestic, and in-floor applications which: • Exceed energy reduction standards for Federal and DOE mandates • Lower Operating Costs/24+ Year Life Expectancy • Are LEED Compliant Green/Renewable Energy Technology • Are excellent for Schools, Office, Manufacturing, Hospitals and Municipal buildings. ELITURBO AIR-MIXER NATIONAL WATER SERVICES SAUDI ARAMCO VIESSMANN MANUFACTURING COMPANY _____________________________________ TREMCO HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDING SOLUTIONS _____________________________________ Tremco’s High Performance Building Solutions Group and affiliate Canam Building Envelope Specialists offer whole building retrofit solutions to improve energy consumption, indoor air quality and building life cycle costs. Starting with an energy consumption and financial analysis, Tremco and Canam customize building repair, replacement and planned maintenance programs to meet high performance building goals while optimizing payback. _____________________________________ WATSON MCDANIEL COMPANY TRISON CONSTRUCTION, INC. Trison Construction, Inc. is a national design/build experienced geothermal contracting firm offering engineering and turn-key project management for new and retrofit systems on any scale. Trison offers the most competitive geothermal project first-cost. Trison performs savings analysis, feasibility studies and offers financing options. Watson McDaniel Company, your one-stop source of industrial steam and fluid specialty products. Watson McDaniel has been proudly manufacturing high-quality steam and fluid specialty products for the industrial marketplace since 1878. Watson McDaniel is an ISO 9001 Certified and ASME Qualified manufacturing company. We serve the global marketplace with our network of representatives, distributors, manufacturing plants and sales offices located throughout the world. Our goal and mission is to rapidly respond to our customers’ needs by providing cost-effective and reliable products and services. Visit us in booth #904. Bringing Together Key Life Science & Facility Professionals With Suppliers to Create Innovative Solutions. 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Name______________________________________________________________ Title_______________________________________________________________ Name for Badge_____________________________________________________ AEE Member No. (if applicable)_________________________________________ Must be provided if you are a member and using member rates 5 - CONFERENCE / September 25-27, 2013 Company__________________________________________________________ Address____________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip_______________________________________________________ Phone (____) ____________________Fax (____)___________________________ E-Mail Address______________________________________________________ Individual Fees: AEE MEMBER/GOVERNMENT*/NONPROFIT FEE — $895 NONMEMBER FEE — $995 SINGLE-DAY FEE: Specify W September 25 or W September 26 or W September 27 — $395 GROUP DISCOUNTS (Applies to preregistration only.) 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