Conference, Seminars, Special Events and More...
   
2015 West Coast Speaker Questions:
contact michelle@aeecenter.org


The 2015 EMC Call for Papers is now closed, and abstracts are currently being reviewed.
 
West Coast EMC full-2-day-conference participants earn a total of 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH / 8 AIA LU credits, which may be applied toward professional licensing requirements or certification.

THE EMC CONFERENCE


2015 EMC
Preview Brochure

Advance info on the 2015 EMC conference program. (PDF format)

Bringing you innovation and solutions you can use right away to meet today's most critical energy challenges...

The Energy Management Congress conference allows you to hear from and interact with top experts from all areas of the commercial, industrial and institutional energy management and engineering profession, and to get the information you need on very latest developments and innovations available to help you meet your energy management and sustainability goals. Presentations will cover such topics as smart grid and smart meters; renewable and alternative energy applications; on-site and distributed power generation; integrated building automation and energy management tools; green business strategies; new lighting technologies; efficient HVAC and smart building systems; boiler and steam system efficiency; energy storage; project cost management strategies; and much more. Case studies will detail successful application of new technologies and other innovative cost management strategies. You'll also hear insightful commentary from leading experts on what the future holds and how best to prepare for it.



2014 West Coast EMC Proceedings Available on CD (PDF format)

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Exclusive time is always scheduled for conference participants to visit the exhibits, giving you the time you need to explore the marketplace first hand.

Pricing for the EMC 2015 conference (includes expo) is as follows:

Regular Registration Fee: $895.00
AEE Member / Gov't / Non-Profit Org.: $795.00



AEE SEMINARS

Note: AEE is now an approved provider of training courses for USGBC-GBCI's Credential Maintenance Program and for AIA Continuing Education Systems. Professionals may qualify for Continuing Education Units (CEU's) to maintain their Certification status.

Professional Training Seminars Held in Conjunction with EMC 2015

In addition to the two-day conference program, a full series AEE training seminars will also take place in conjunction with EMC 2015.

Click the appropriate link below for details and registration info for each seminar:

AEE seminar attendees earn 0.8 CEU / 8 PDH for each full day of seminar participation.

 



EMC SPECIAL EVENTS

A number of special events, including meal events, free workshops and free tours will be held in conjunction with EMC. Advance registration is required for all EMC special events. Information on any additional events not currently shown below will be posted as available.

The main EMC Registration Link will enable to you include your choice of any of the events below in your EMC registration.


Meal Events:


  • Lisa Cagnolatti
    Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) Breakfast:
    Energy Policy: Opportunities and Challenges

    A program to foster leadership and careers of women in the industry
    (FREE with advance registration)
    — THURSDAY, June 4, 2015 / 7:30am - 9:00am
    Join us for a free breakfast featuring case studies of successful women-owned businesses, as well as discussing the unique barriers and opportunities these firms encounter in the marketplace. Featured presenter will be Lisa Cagnolatti, Vice President, Business Customer Division & Customer Service Safety, Southern California Edison. The Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) seeks to develop a prominent voice for women in the industry, and to contribute to the advancement of women in leadership positions throughout the industry.
    Organized to develop a prominent voice for women in the industry, CWEEL was founded by Laurie Wiegand-Jackson, president of North America Power Partners, and is co-directed by MaryAnne Lauderdale, director of engineering for Power Secure. For more information about CWEEL, Click Here.



  • Maria Mehranian
    AEE Southern California Chapter Luncheon
    (FREE for registered EMC conference attendees with advance registration, $20 for all others)
    — THURSDAY, June 4, 2015 / 12:00 noon
    Join us for a luncheon, chapter meeting and a special presentation. Featured speaker will be Maria Mehranian, Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer for Cordoba Corporation, a Los Angeles based civil engineering and construction management firm specializing in water, energy, transportation, and education facility infrastructure. The firm is nationally known for its work on large-scale public work projects such as the California High Speed Rail program and the move of Space Shuttle Endeavour from LAX to the California Science Center.



Free Workshop:

  • Free ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager Benchmarking Workshop
    (FREE with advance registration)
    — THURSDAY, June 4, 2015 / 12:30pm - 2:00pm
    Come to this workshop to learn how to use this free-to-use tool. You'll see a live demonstration of the benchmarking and reporting process, and get all of your questions answered by experienced ENERGY STAR trainers from the U.S. EPA. Federal agencies and state and local governments across the country - including both the State of Washington and the City of Seattle - 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 commercial building energy use in several states and localities-including California, Washington state, San Francisco, Seattle, New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Boston, Cambridge, and Washington, D.C. These entities are turning to EPA's ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager as the preferred tool for disclosure.



Other Special Events:

     AEE is pleased to support the

  • SGC Foundation Charity Classic Golf Tournament
    — TUESDAY, June 2, 2015 —
        Time: 1:00 pm Shotgun Start
        Location: Oak Creek Golf Club / One Golf Club Drive / Irvine, CA
        Cost: $160 per player (sign up as an individual or as a team)

    SGC Foundation Classic benefits Camp Pendleton Armed Services YMCA. Camp Pendleton Armed Services YMCA's mission is to enhance the lives of military personnel and their family members by providing programs and services focused towards the junior enlisted, to enhance their quality of life, strengthen families, and make military life easier.

    For more information:
    Contact Steve Ganzer at sganzer@sgc-foundation.org or call 301-502-8978.
    To register
    : Complete an online registration form at http://sgc–foundation.org/2015_Events_SoCA_Charity_Tournament.html
    (email to Steve Ganzer)

 



NEW PRODUCT WORKSHOPS HELD IN THE EXHIBIT HALL

Free Technology Workshops Presented by Exhibitors

This complimentary exhibit hall activity has been designed to enhance your learning about the latest new products, and allow for an interactive experience for all 2015 expo attendees and presenters. Expo-only visitors, conference attendees, seminar delegates and any other visitors to the show floor can take part in these FREE sessions.

To view a partial program of free exhibit hall workshops held during EMC 2014, CLICK HERE.