District Energy Systems have been in use for about 150 years. During the first 100 years, those systems were mainly for heating via steam or hot water. During the 1930s and 1940s, a form of cooling was added to some, eventually many district systems. Alternatives to central plants (with boilers and chillers) began to proliferate ... Read more
Join us for an exciting virtual panel from the U.S. Dept of Energy discussing the organization's initiatives and goals for electricity, renewable energy, and energy efficiency in 2022 and beyond. Implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and addressing the opportunities and challenges of a modernizing the nation's electric grid will be covered. The electric grid ... Read more
Energy storage plays a significant role in the decarbonization of our grid; join us on April 22nd to learn about exciting advancements in this field. Our speakers will introduce varying concepts of energy storage and discuss how different technologies impact energy management on various project types. SPEAKERS Albert Phan Principal Program Manager, Smart Grid & Technology, ... Read more
Participants will learn about demand response programs in general and why they are important to the grid and then there will be details of how demand response programs work and what it might be like to be a participant OUR SPEAKERS: Nam Nguyen - State Energy Manager, VA Department of Energy As the state ... Read more
AEE NCC is hosting a virtual Certified Energy Manager (CEM) course and exam from June 13th - 16th, 2022. The virtual format includes a live instructor for the entire course, and allows for a richly collaborative training experience, since all participants will be able to engage in shared digital content in real time. Here's a ... Read more
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