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Highlights of this years conference include:
Accelerating Energy Efciency Market Transformation
Rocky Mountain Institute has developed three sessions at EMC to address
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day will be a session on Mastering Deep Retrofts: Strategies & Applications. Suc-
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LEED v4 is thenewest updateto theLEED rating systems. J ennifer Turchin,
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THE NEW ENERGY PARADIGM
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2013 / 9:15-11:10AM
Chair: Bill Younger, C.E.M., Director of Commercial & Industrial Programs, CLEAResult Consulting, 2013 AEE President
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Conference Updates please visit www.energyevent.com for additional speakers and details
Reinventing Fire / 9:20-10:20AM
Amory Lovins, Co-Founder,
Chairman & Chief Scientist, Rocky
Mountain Institute
MGM Resorts Strategic Path to Sustainability
10:45-11:10AM
Cindy Ortega, Senior Vice President & Chief
Sustainability Ofcer, MGM Resorts International
Welcome from AEE / 9:15-9:20AM
Al Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., Executive
Director, Association of Energy
Engineers
Caesars Entertainments Strategy to Achieve Global,
Environmental & Social Impacts / 10:20-10:45AM
Donald Colvin, Executive Vice President and Chief
Financial Ofcer, Caesars Entertainment
June 17-19, 2013
Fundamentals of Building Commissioning (CBCP prep)
Fundamentals of Energy Auditing (CEA prep)
Fundamentals of Lighting Efciency (CLEP prep)
Fundamentals of Measurement & Verifcation: Applying the IPMVP (CMVP prep)
Fundamentals of Renewable Energy: Technologies, Applications, Strategies (REP prep)
June 17-20, 2013
Training for Building Technicians: Energy Efciency & Sustainability (BEST prep)
June 17-21, 2013
Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers (CEM prep)
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DAY ONE WEDNESDAY J UNE 19, 2013
New Technologies Breakfast 8:00 - 9:00 am
Opening Session 9:15 - 11:10 am
Luncheon in Exhibit Hall 12:00 noon
Exhibits Open 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Conference Tracks 2:00 - 4:00 pm
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SESSI ONS 2:00-4:00 PM
Track 1:
Accelerating Energy
Efciency Market
Transformation
Track 2:
High Performance
Strategies
Track 3:
Energy Management
Solutions
Track 4:
Climate Change in Action
Track 5:
Energy Basics
Session 1A Session 2A Session 3A Session 4A Session 5A
Mastering Deep Retrofts:
Strategies & Applications
Whats New with LEED
Eco Friendly Casino Policies
Pay Of
California Leading the
Nation on Climate Change &
Cap & Trade
Low Cost / No Cost
DAY TWO THURSDAY J UNE 20, 2013
CWEEL Breakfast 7:30 - 9:00 am
Conference Tracks 9:00 - 11:00 am
Exhibits Open 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Luncheon in Exhibit Hall 12:00 noon
Conference Tracks 2:00 - 4:00 pm
THURSDAY MORNI NG SESSI ONS 9:00-11:00 AM
Track 1:
Accelerating Energy
Efciency Market
Transformation
Track 2:
High Performance
Strategies
Track 3:
Energy Management
Solutions
Track 4:
Climate Change in Action
Track 5:
Energy Basics
Session 1B Session 2B Session 3B Session 4B Session 5B
Managing Project Delivery LED & Lighting 2013 Update
Bringing Energy
Management to Your iPad,
Smartphone & Tablet
Climate Change Initiatives HVAC
THURSDAY AFTERNOON SESSI ONS 2:00-4:00 PM
Track 1:
Accelerating Energy
Efciency Market
Transformation
Track 2:
High Performance
Strategies
Track 3:
Energy Management
Solutions
Track 4:
Climate Change in Action
Track 5:
Energy Basics
Session 1C Session 2C Session 3C Session 4C Session 5C
Delivering Deep Savings Data Center Efciency
Energy Management: The
Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Renewable Energy
Technology Update
Energy, Facility & Building
Retrofts
AT A GLANCE
We invite you to attend the dynamic EMC WEST Conference program featuring a cross section of industry experts.
The conference covers big picture strategies, market trends and energy policy initiatives.
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CONFERENCE PROGRAM
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2013 - 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Track 1
Accelerating Energy
Efciency Market
Transformation
Track 2
High Performance
Strategies
Track 3
Energy Management
Solutions
Track 4
Climate Change in Action
Track 5
Energy Basics
Session 1A
Mastering Deep Retrofts: Strategies &
Applications
Session 2A
Whats New with LEED
Session 3A
Eco Friendly Casino Policies Pay Of
Session 4A
California Leading the Nation on
Climate Change & Cap & Trade
Session 5A
Low Cost / No Cost
Chair: Clay Stranger, Manager, Ofce of the
Chief Scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute
Chair: Nick J. Stecky, C.E.M., LEED AP,
President, NJS Associates, LLC
Chair: Michael Arny, P.E., LEED AP O+M,
President, Leonardo Academy
Chair: John L. Salas, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E.,
C.B.C.P., LEED AP, Managing Principal, Salas
OBrien
Chair: Scott C. Dunning, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M.,
Director, School of Engineering Technology,
University of Maine
2:00-4:00PM
Having an energy-efcient building stock
is a factor for meeting the RMI Reinventing
Fire vision for 2050, which aims to reduce
delivered energy use by half across all U.S.
sectors. Realizing this potential requires
radically reducing the energy use of
existing buildings through deep retrofts.
In this session, key concepts and activities
are disclosed that underlie the success of
deep retrofts in commercial buildings. The
described methodology is structured as a
multi-step process spanning fve project
phases: build the case, launch, design,
implement and verify. Retroft success stories
are presented to highlight applications of
the concepts. Real world circumstances
are considered in a project case study that
reviews project constraints, solutions and
lessons learned.
Speakers:
David Moser, P.E., Senior Engineer, PECI
Michael Bendewald, Consultant, Buildings,
Rocky Mountain Institute
2:00 - 2:30PM
Whats New with LEED Version 4
Jennifer Turchin, LEED AP BD+C , President,
Nevada Chapter, U.S. Green Building Council
2:00-4:00PM
Attend this session to learn from leading
experts at some of the largest Las Vegas
Casinos talk about their sustainability
projects and greening strategies,
environmental programs for reducing carbon
footprint, design techniques to save money
and cut energy costs, and the latest gaming
standards for casinos.
Panelists:
Todd Megrath, Director of Sustainability
Strategies, MGMResorts International
Paula Eylar-Lauzon, Vice President of
Sustainability, Boyd Gaming Corporation
Rex Berman, Director of Operations, The
Orleans Arena
John Hess, Executive Director of
Engineering, Las Vegas Sands Corp.
Caesars Entertainment
Michael Arny, P.E., LEED AP O+M, President,
Leonardo Academy
2:00-4:00PM
California held the nations frst Cap &Trade
auction in November 2012 and its second
auction is occurring as this article goes to
press. The frst auction, sold all of the 23.1
million greenhouse gas ofsets (permits) being
ofered. The permit action raised a total of
$233 million (at an auction price of $10.90
per metric tonnes). This money will go to
residential customers of the public utilities
(such as PG&E and SCE) as a climate dividend.
The goal of the programis to lower the States
emissions by creating amarketincentive for
lowering emissions while also lowering the
Greenhouse Gas cap over time. The greenhouse
gas capis also known as the entities carbon
footprint. At the auction over 20 million
permits were sold to the actual compliance
entities. These compliance entities arecarbon
emitterswith a carbon footprint of greater
than 25,000 metric tons. Theseentities
include refneries, industrial plants, and even
campuses which produce their own power
through cogeneration. This session will include
compliance entities and regulators who will
provide a comprehensive overview of progress
and problems with the auction to date.
Speakers:
Keith Davidson, President, DE Solutions
William Lekas, Energy Manager, San Diego
State University
2:00-4:00PM
No Cost-Low Cost Energy Savings
Opportunities
A recent study published by FirstFuel Building
Energy Analytics reported that 51 percent of
all energy savings opportunities in commercial
buildings come from projects that cost little or
nothing to the building owners. These projects
typically involve operations changes instead of
equipment upgrades. The study extrapolated
those results to the U.S. commercial building
market and estimated the total savings
potential related to low cost operational
improvements to be approximately $17 billion.
The speakers in this session will share the
results from multiple energy efciency projects
providing insight for attendees to return to
their home facilities and fnd their own low
cost energy savings projects.
Speakers:
Rob Morris, P.E., Corporate Manager, Utilities
& Engineering, Caesars Entertainment
Eric Dominguez, C.E.M., B.E.S.T., Corporate
Director, Energy & Environmental Service,
Caesars Entertainment
Eric P. Battino, C.E.M., Environmental
Sustainability Manager, PepsiCo Global
Operations
Craig Sieving, Network Director, Albert
Einstein Medical Center
Elizabeth Crabtree, ProgramDirector,
Efciency Maine
2:30 - 3:00PM
LEED OB: O&M Greening Existing
Buildings
Dale Walsh, CIH, LEED AP BD+C , President,
Walsh Certifed Consultants
3:00 - 3:30PM
LEED & Light Control
Michael Jouaneh, Manager - Sustainability &
Energy Standards, Lutron
3:30 - 4:00PM
Net Zero Energy Building Certifcation
Daniel Huard, Engineer & Architectural
Designer, Las Vegas Valley Water District

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 - 9:00 - 11:00 AM
Track 1
Accelerating Energy
Efciency Market
Transformation
Track 2
High Performance
Strategies
Track 3
Energy Management
Solutions
Track 4
Climate Change in Action
Track 5
Energy Basics
Session 1B
Managing Project Delivery
Session 2B
LED & Lighting 2013 Update
Session 3B
Bringing Energy Management to Your
iPad, Smartphone & Tablet
Session 4B
Climate Change Initiatives
Session 5B
HVAC
Chair: Ellen Franconi, Ph.D., LEED AP, BEMP,
Senior Consultant, Built Environment Team,
Rocky Mountain Institute
Chair: Nick Bleeker, Director, Business
Development, Philips Day-Brite
Chair: Alan Sutton, Senior Associate, Stantec
Consulting
Chair: Matt Golden, Entrepreneur, Policy
Advocate, Efciency.org
Chair: Curtis Loblick, Senior Associate,
Stantec Consulting
9:00 - 11:00AM
In this session, the topic of delivering deep
savings in existing buildings continues with
a focus on project management. Attendees
will learn about delivery factors that
facilitate achieving aggressive energy-use
reductions. Topics will include: securing
fnancing, contracting for integrated
project delivery, encouraging optimal
tenant behavior through green leasing,
and considering value beyond energy
cost savings. Methods for success will be
exemplifed in case studies of two large
renovation projects the Pentagon and the
International Monetary Fund HQ1 building.
Speakers:
Roy Torbet, Consultant, Buildings, Rocky
Mountain Institute
Carol Holland, Deputy Project Director
Technical, International Monetary Fund
9:00 - 11:00AM
A balanced overview by renowned industry
professionals on the latest emerging trends
in lighting from a technology, design and
application standpoint. The latest trends will
be reviewed which impact the future design
and construction of our facilities with an
open opportunity to evaluate the impact of
todays LED oferings in real projects.
Speakers:
Brad Bouch, Senior Lighting Designer,
Wynn Development
Chip Israel, President, Lighting Design
Alliance, 2012-2013 President, Illuminating
Engineering Society
9:00 - 9:30AM
EnComp: Energy Audit Technology for
the 21st Century
John Steinhof, P.E., Director, Commercial &
Industrial Services, Midwest, CLEAResult
9:00-11:00AM
Regional, national and global climate
change initiatives are underway and will
have a strong impact on development in the
coming decades. We need smart climate
policies that can drive cleaner growth,
therefore resulting in a range of economic
and social benefts for our communities. The
Administration is working to make climate
fnancing efcient, efective, and innovative,
based on country-owned plans, and focused
on achieving measurable results. The United
States will invest in clean energy, promote
sustainable landscapes for programs and
projects, and support climate change
resilience globally. Attend this session to
hear from local experts on climate change
initiatives and policies making their way into
the Administration.
9:00-9:30AM
Cutting Your Bottom Line by Improving
Indoor Air Quality
Ray Markey, Western Regional Manager,
Commercial Division, Dynamic Air Quality
Solutions
9:30 - 10:00AM
Managing Energy Usage "on-the-go"
with the Use of Smartphones & Tablets
Janie Jeferies-Freer, President, eSight
Energy, Inc.
9:30-10:00AM
Achieving Chiller Plant Efciency
Objectives
Jackson L. Ball, Partner/Group Vice President,
The Arctic Chiller Group
10:00-10:30AM
Using iPads & Tablets for Energy
Auditing & Facility Energy Management
Shobin Uralil, Founder & CFO, kWhOURS, Inc.
10:00-10:30AM
Sustainable Packaged Solutions Davis-
Monthan Air Force Base
Douglas Davis, Director of Marketing &
Account Manager, Broad U.S.A. Inc.
10:30-11:00AM
Tablets: Convenient Tools for Power
Studies & Energy Audits
Michael Daish, Vice President, Marketing,
Summit Technology, Inc.
10:30-11:00AM
Variable Refrigerant Flow Can Save 25%
of Your HVAC Cost
Gary Swanson, P.E., President, Energy
Management Solutions, Inc.
THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 - 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Track 1
Accelerating Energy
Efciency Market
Transformation
Track 2
High Performance
Strategies
Track 3
Energy Management
Solutions
Track 4
Climate Change in Action
Track 5
Energy Basics
Session 1C
Delivering Deep Savings
Session 2C
Data Center Efciency
Session 3C
Energy Management: The Good, the
Bad, the Ugly
Session 4C
Renewable Energy Technology Update
Session 5C
Energy, Facility & Building Retrofts
Chair: Roy Torbet, Consultant, Buildings,
Rocky Mountain Institute
Chair: Arun Jhaveri, Ph.D., C.S.D.P.,
Senior Advisor/Consultant, Arun Jhaveri &
Associates
Chair: 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
Chair: Ryan Park, Director of Business
Development, REC Solar
Chair: Pam Tyler, Assistant Director of
Facilities, Silverton Casino, LLC
2:00-4:00PM
Considering deep savings in buildings can
require a new take on traditional means
for assessing, impacting and verifying
performance. In this session, attendees will
learn about newapproaches for opportunity
assessment that utilize low-touch energy
analysis techniques. Efciency improvements
commonly installed in deep retrofts will be
discussed. Innovative measures that save
energy and provide added tenant value
will be highlighted. Deep retrofts require
special considerations for measurement and
verifcation (M&V) since integrated building
design must be considered holistically. These
implications on project M&V approach and
scope are discussed.
Speakers:
Ellen Franconi, Ph.D., LEED AP, BEMP, Senior
Consultant, Built Environment Team, Rocky
Mountain Institute
Tracy M. Phillips, C.E.M., LEED AP, President,
Energy Consultant, 7th Gen Energy
Solutions
Rajvant Nijjhar, C.M.V.P., Owner, iVEES
2:00 - 2:30PM
How to Save 93% of the Cooling Energy
in Your Data Center: Lessons Learned
with REI
Dale R. Stanton-Hoyle, Vice President,
Engineering, CLEAResult
2:00 - 2:30PM
Energy Management & Energy
Efciency Improvements at Clark
County School District
Paul Gerner, Assistant Superintendent,
Facilities Division, Clark County School
District
2:00 - 2:30PM
State of the Solar Industry Update
Ryan Park, Director of Business Development,
REC Solar
2:00 - 2:30PM
When Building Energy Models
Outperform their Buildings: What
Happened & How to prevent it
Jared Higgins, P.E., C.E.M., CPMP, Project
Engineer, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper
2:30 - 3:00PM
How Green Standards are Changing
Data Center Design & Operations
Munther Salim, Ph.D., C.E.M., LEED GA,
Director of Energy Efciency, HP - Critical
Facilities Services
2:30 - 3:00PM
Outside the Box: Integrating People
& Controls to Create a Unique Energy
Management Program, a Caltech Case
Study
Michelle McFadden, Energy Services
Administrator, California Institute of
Technology
2:30 - 3:00PM
Economic Benefts, Carbon Dioxide
Emissions Reductions & Water
Conservation Benefts from 1,000 MW
of New Wind Power in Nevada
David Keyser, Research Analyst, National
Renewable Energy Laboratory
2:30 - 3:00PM
Supported Retrocommissioning A
New Paradigm for Operating &
Maintaining Buildings
Stephany Cull, Principal, RetroComEnergy
Strategies, Inc.
3:00-3:30PM
Data Center Design & Efciency Projects
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
3:00-3:30PM
Utilizing Existing Facility Assets to
Unlock Financial Benefts from Energy
Market Participation
Rob Windle, Director, Strategic Alliances,
Constellation
3:00 - 3:30PM
An Energy Strategy: Combined Heat &
Power at Wastewater Treatment Plants
Jason Wiser, Senior Engineer, Brown &
Caldwell
3:00-3:30PM
Re-Energizing a Las Vegas Resort - Case
Studies in Energy Upgrades at the
Renaissance Las Vegas
John Ermi, Chief Engineer, Las Vegas Hotel
3:30 - 4:00PM
Data Center Energy Efciency
Sameer Behere, Engineering Manager,
Willdan Energy Solutions
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About the Workshop:
Commissioning is the process of ensuring that building sys-
tems aredesigned, installed, functionally tested, and capableof
being operated and maintained according to theowners opera-
tional needs. Commissioning also can restoreexisting buildings
to high productivity through renovation, upgrade and tune-up
of existing systems. This programwill examine all aspects of
building commissioning, including project scheduling, roles and
responsibilities of the project team, new building commission-
ing, retro and recommissioning of existing buildings, systemby
system commissioning requirements, TAB and verifcation pro-
cedures, theLEED rating system, building codeissues, and com-
missioning tools and technologies.
TheCBCP examwill beadministered at thecloseof instruc-
tion on day threeof each seminar -- only to thosewho havequali-
fed in advance to sit Ior the exam by submitting a completed
CBCP application and fee.
Please Note: In order to qualiIy to sit Ior the CBCP exam, you
must submit your completed CBCP application, along with a
$300 application fee. For information on obtaining your CBCP
application form, or for further information on the CBCP pro-
gram, visit www.aeecenter.org/CBCP.
Workshop Outline:
PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING COMMISSION-
ING
What is Building Commissioning?
WhyWeNeed Commissioning
Typical Project Schedule Commissioning Perspective
Design-bid-build-operate
Bid-design-build-operate
TheProject Team
PART 2: NEW BUILDING COMMISSIONING
Concept / Programming PhaseObjectives
Design intent
Basis of design
Preliminary commissioning plan
Design PhaseObjectives
Dynamic documentation (changes in design)
Comprehensivedesign review
Commissioning specifcations
Budgeting
Testing specialist
Construction PhaseObjectives
Dynamic documentation (as-builts, TAB results, etc.)
Updating commissioning plan
Construction observations
CX teammeetings
Testing, adjusting, & balancing
Controls
Submittals/RFIs
AcceptancePlan Objectives
Acceptance& warranty
Continuous testing
Changes
Indoor environmental quality
Energy use
Operations & maintenance
Training
PART 3: RETRO-COMMISSIONING (Includes Recommis-
sioning)
Concept/Programming PhaseObjectives
Retro-commissioning, recommissioning, and building tune-
ups
Developing, planning, and communicating
Defning the project scope
Choosing thecommissioning professional for retro-commis-
sioning
Reviewing & updating building benchmarks
Establishing aplan
Original design intent vs. current use
I nvestigation PhaseObjectives
Communication
Occupant impact
Operation & maintenance
Building automation system& trend logs
Project Turnover Objectives: Final Report
PART 4: TOTAL BUILDING COMMISSIONING
Building Envelope
Electrical Systems
Site& LandscapeSystems
Other Systems
PART 5: ADDITIONAL TOPICS
USGBC & theLEED Rating System
Commissioning Guidelines
Commissioning & theFederal Government
Commissioning Tools & Technologies
About the Instructor:
PAUL BANKS, P.E., C.E.M., C.B.C.P., a
LEED accredited mechanical engineer, is
a founding partner of B2Q, an engineering/
project management consulting frm located
in theBoston area. B2Q, specializes in assist-
ing facility owners, developers, contractors
and design teamprofessionals in achieving their goals in thede-
sign, construction, and commissioning oI saIe, eIfcient, and pro-
ductivebuildings. Prior to founding B2Q, Mr. Banks served as
CEO oI Vanderweil Engineers, a leading MEP engineering frm
specializing in the design oI new and retroft building systems Ior
largecommercial and industrial projects. Mr. Banks led Vander-
weils Facility Services Group, which provided masterplanning,
as well as thedesign and commissioning of utility infrastructure,
energy, central plant, and MEP building systems.
Fees for 3-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1450; AEE member Iee: $1350; government and
nonproft Iee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Fundamentals of Building Commissioning
June 17-19, 2013 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (3-day seminar)
Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH
Preparatory course for the CBCP examination on June 19, 2013
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) ContinuingEducation
Systems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certifcation Institute
(GBCI) & Credential MaintenanceProgram(CMP) ApprovedTraining
Course
Certified Building Commissioning Professional
Certifed Building
Commissioning Professional
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcaiton/cbcp
SEMI NARS
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SEMINARS
About the seminar: AEE, in cooperation with the EIfciency
Evaluation Organization (EVO), established the Certifed Mea-
surement & Verifcation ProIessional program with the dual
purpose oI recognizing the most qualifed proIessionals in this
growing areaof theenergy industry, and raising theoverall pro-
Iessional standards within the M&V feld. The IPMVP, frst es-
tablished by theU.S. DOE, has becometheinternationally rec-
ognized protocol for performanceM&V. This courseis designed
as a useIul preparatory vehicle Ior AEE`s Certifed Measurement
& Verifcation ProIessional (CMVP) program. Proven energy
savings are now playing a signifcant role in fnancing energy
management programs, whether through energy performance
contracts or through emission trades under schemes such as the
clean development mechanism oI the UNFCCC.
Whileinterest in savings datais growing, thestateof theart in
determining savings has also been rapidly evolving. This seminar
will examinecurrent methods of determining and documenting
savings, specifcally reviewing the newest IPMVP. Attendees will
learn theprocess of designing aproper M&V programfor their
projects, including cost/accuracy tradeoffs, baselineadjustments,
the role of estimates, maintaining space conditions, the role of
verifers, and the data needed Ior emission trading. Examples oI
specifc techniques will be presented and class time will include
problemsolving and debate. Bring a calculator. Advance read-
ing of IPMVP Volume I would be useful, though not required.
(To obtain IPMVP VolumeI or for moreinformation about EVO,
visit www.evo-world.org).
For those wishing to qualiIy Ior CMVP Certifcation, the
CMVP examwill beadministered at thecloseof instruction on
thelast day of theseminar in thesamelocation. In order to sit for
theexamination, it is necessary to submit aCMVP application,
which can be obtained at www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/cmvp.
Note that registering Ior the 3-day seminar does not automatically
register you for the CMVP exam. An additional fee of $400 is
required Ior the certifcation application.
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar:
Reasons Ior M&V: types oI 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
Key elements oI success: examples oI IPMVP 2007 options
Selecting options: which one is best suited Ior my project
Compliance/adherencewith protocols and contracts
M&V for U.S. federal projects
About the Instructors:
J OHN D. COWAN, P.Eng., M.B.A.,
C.M.V.P., president of Environmental In-
terface Limited, is chair of the EVO Board
responsible for the IPMVP. He frequently
acts as independent claims verifer oI sav-
ings claims. During 30 years in theindustry,
his roles have included consulting engineer,
ESCO owner/manager, and owners rep in energy performance
contracting matters.
Fees for 3-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1450; AEE member Iee: $1350; government and
nonproft Iee: $1350; teamdiscount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Fundamentals of Measurement & Verication for Energy
Applying the I PMVP
June 17-19, 2013 / 9:00 am 5:00 pm (3-day seminar)
Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH
Preparatory course for the CMVP examination on June 19, 2013
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) Continuing
EducationSystems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
Seminar presentedby AEE
inconjunctionwithEVO
Certifed Measurement & Verifcation Professional
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/cmvp
About the seminar: This focused, fast-paced 3-day instructional
programis designed both to expand your knowledgein theen-
ergy auditing feld, and to serve as a preparatory vehicle Ior the
examination required to achieve AEE`s Certifed Energy Auditor
(CEA) credential. Youll gain thefundamental knowledgeneeded
to evaluatehow energy is being used in afacility, and to identify
whereconsumption can bereduced, covering useful calculation
methods and practical examples. Theinstructor will emphasize
effectiveauditing basics whileputting themin thecontext of the
big picture and thebottomline.
For those wishing to qualiIy Ior the CEA certifcation exami-
nation, it will beadministered on themorning of theday follow-
ing the seminar. In order to sit for the exam, it is necessary to
submit aCEA application, which can beobtained at www.aee-
center.org/certifcation/cea. Note that registering Ior the three day
seminar does not automatically register you for theCEA exam.
An additional Iee oI $300 is required Ior the certifcation applica-
tion and exam.
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar:
I ntroduction to EnergyAuditing
Building Envelope
Heat fow concept, R and U values
Walls, roofs, windows, low E glass
Infltration, energy management opportunities
Lighting Systems
Measurement oI light/eIfciency/eIfcacy/light color-CCT/CRI
Lamp lumen depreciation
Lamp types and characteristics/controls
Energy management opportunities
Air Conditioning Systems
HVAC basics/load estimating/eIfciencies
Components/chillerselectric, gas-driven, absorbers
Piping arrangements/energy saving opportunities
Heating Systems
Boilers: fre tube, water tube, cast iron
Distribution systems and thermal units
Boiler energy management opportunities
Furnaceselectric, gas, pulse, condensing
Furnaceenergy management opportunities
Motors and Drives
Types of motors/squirrel cageinduction motors
Operating characteristics/eIfciencies
Variablefrequency drives
Energy management opportunities
Heat Pumps
Operation/eIfciencies
Classifcations
Energy management opportunities
Ventilation Systems
Types/characteristics
Heat recovery methods
Energy management opportunities
Domestic Hot Water Systems
Types/eIfciencies/circulating pumps
Heat pump water heaters
Energy management opportunities
Water Conservation and Audits
Ratestructures/water conservation methods
Irrigation and landscaping/leak detection, water audit
UtilityAnalysis
Demand and energy/rates classifcations
Identifying billing errors, energy accounting
About the Instructor:
TERRY NIEHUS, P.E., C.E.M., is the
Iounder oI Lakeshore Consulting, a frm spe-
cializing in technical training and energy au-
diting. Mr. Niehus has extensive experience
as atrainer, having taught courses on abroad
spectrumof topicsinadditionto energy audit-
ing, includingcommercial buildingenergy sys-
tems, motorsanddrives, HVAC, compressedair, cogeneration, and
thermal energy storage. Hehas also authored training and techni-
cal resourcesmanualsinareasrelatedto histrainingprograms. Asa
consultant, hehasperformedover 1,000energy analysesfor govern-
mental, commercial, andindustrial facilities.
Fees for 3-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1550; AEE member Iee: $1450; government and
nonproft Iee: $1450; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Fundamentals of Energy Auditing
June 17-19, 2013 / 9:00 am 5:00 pm (3-day seminar)
Earns 2.4 CEU or 24 PDH
Prep course for the CEA exam on June 20, 2013
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) ContinuingEducation
Systems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
ThisprogramisaU.S. GreenBuildingCouncil (USGBC) Education
Provider Approved Certifcation Course
Certifed Energy Auditor
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/cea
About the seminar: This programis designed to provide the
specifc training needed by proIessionals preparing to sit Ior
AEE`s Renewable Energy ProIessional (REP) certifcation exam.
Theprogramprovides an in-depth overview of alternativeenergy
sources, application technologies, renewableenergy project goal-
setting, and implementation strategies. Topics includewind pow-
er systems, solar thermal heating and photovoltaic generation,
geothermal heating and electrical production, biofuels, waste-
to-energy systems, energy storage, fuel cells, and hydroelectric
power. Financing options and incentives arealso considered.
For those wishing to qualiIy Ior the REP certifcation examina-
tion it will beadministered on themorning of theday following
the seminar. In order to sit for the examination, it is necessary
to submit an REP application, which can be obtained at www.
aeecenter.org/certifcation/rep. Note that registering Ior the 3-day
seminar does not automatically register you for theREP exam.
An additional Iee oI $300 is required Ior the certifcation applica-
tion and exam.
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar:
Introduction to AlternativeEnergy
Environmental ImpactsA Driver for Using
AlternativeEnergy
AlternativeEnergy and Carbon Reduction
Solar Energy
Geothermal Energy
Waste-to-Energy Systems
Fuel CellsAn Exampleof Hydrogen Applications
Hybrid AlternativeEnergy Systems
CreativeEnergy StorageApplications
AlternativeEnergy Strategies for Buildings
Transportation Systems
Governmental AlternativeEnergy Programs
Financial Approaches and Incentives for AlternativeEnergy
About the Instructors:
STEPHEN A. ROOSA, Ph.D., an inter-
nationally recognized expert in energy man-
agement and urban sustainability, brings to
thisprogramover 25years experienceincom-
mercial energy management andperformance
contracting. Dr. Roosais aC.S.D.P., C.E.M.,
C.I.A.Q.P., C.M.V.P., B.E.P., Certifed Energy
Monitoring and Control System Designer, Certifed Demand Side
Management Specialist, andaLEED AccreditedProfessional. He
holdsaPh.D. inPlanningandUrbanDevelopment.
FRED HAUBER is an electrical engi-
neer, lighting systemdesigner, and solar inte-
grator with over 35 years`feld experience. He
has served as afacilities manager for several
largecorporations and is intimately familiar
with sustainable operation and maintenance
of largefacilities. Hehas lectured and written
widely in the area of sustainability techniques for commercial
facilities and solar electric systems design and installation. Heis
a Certifed Lighting Management Consultant, C.L.E.P., Certifed
Solar System Designer, and Certifed Solar Installer.
Fees for 3-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1550; AEE member Iee: $1450; government and
nonproft Iee: $1450; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Fundamentals of Renewable Energy: Technologies, Applications, Strategies
June 17-19, 2013 / 9:00 am 5:00 pm (3-day seminar)
Earns 2.4 CEU or 24 PDH
Preparatory course for the REP examination on June 20, 2013
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
Certifed Renewable Energy Professional
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/rep
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) Continuing
EducationSystems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certifcation
Institute(GBCI) & Credential MaintenanceProgram
(CMP) ApprovedTrainingCourse
PresentedincooperationwithACORE
About the seminar: This programis designed as apreparatory
vehicle Ior proIessionals who wish to sit Ior the Certifed Light-
ing EIfciency ProIessional (CLEP) exam, as well as an excellent
broad-based instruction programfor those who want to brush
up on the basics oI eIfcient lighting design, upgrade, and ap-
plication.
For those wishing to qualiIy Ior the CLEP certifcation, the
CLEP examination will be administered on the last day of the
seminar at the same location. In order to sit for the CLEP ex-
amination, you must submit aCLEP application, which can be
obtained at www.aeecenter.org/ certifcation/clep. Note: register-
ing for the3-day seminar does not automatically register you for
the CLEP exam. An additional fee of $300 is required for the
application and exam.
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar:
Fundamentals of light, lighting, electricity, and power
Environmental concerns
Building energy codes and regulatory compliance
Utility and ESCO programs and incentives
Lighting economics: problems and solutions
Lamps, ballasts, lighting controls, lulminaires, and fxtures
Lighting evaluation and audits
Lighting design process, installation, and commissioning
Lighting systems operation, maintenance, and calculations
About the Instructors:
J OHN FETTERS, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., is
a Fundamentals oI Lighting EIfciency con-
sultant and president of Effective Lighting
Solutions, Inc., Columbus, OH. He is a se-
nior member of the Association of Energy
Engineers and a member oI IESNA, where he
serves on theIndustrial Lighting Committee.
He has lectured and is widely published in the feld oI lighting
eIfciency.
T. KENNETH SPAIN, P.E., C.E.M.,
C.L.E.P., brings over two decades of expe-
rience as an energy eIfciency analyst. A se-
nior research associate at the University of
Alabama in Huntsville, he serves as project
manager of IdEA$, the Industrial Energy
Advisory Service, advising clients regarding
cost-effectiveapplications of energy-saving technologies.
Fees for 3-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1450; AEE member Iee: $1350; government &
nonproft Iee: $1350; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Fundamentals of LightingEfciency
June 17-19, 2013 / 8:30 am 5:00 pm (3-day seminar)
Earns 2.0 CEU or 20 PDH
Preparatory course for the CLEP examination on June 19, 2013
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
Certifed Lighting Efciency Professional
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/clep
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) Continuing
EducationSystems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certifcation
Institute(CBCI) & Credential MaintenanceProgram
(CMP) ApprovedTrainingCourse
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THE BENEFI TS OF CONTI NUI NG EDUCATI ON
Attendees who enroll in seminars at the 31st Energy Management Congress West earn valuable professional credits.
Attendees who take advantage of the seminar opportunities in conjunction with the 31st Energy Management Congress West can earn CEUs, LUs, or
PDH`s that can be applied toward proIessional licenses or proIessional certifcation.
AEE is an approved training provider for a variety of partner programs.
AEE is Now an Approved Training Provider in the American Institute of Architects
Continuing Education Systems (AIA/CES) Registered Provider Program
TheAIA requires that registeredarchitect members earn18LearningUnits (LUs) hours of continuingeducation
annually (8hours of whichmust berelatedto Health, Safety, andWelfaretopics and4of those8inSustainable
Design) to remain in good standing. Architectural boards in 40 states, 10 Canadian provinces, and 19 countries
haveimplementedmandatory continuingeducation(MCE) for re-licensure. Statistically, architects holdmultiple
statelicenses. Most states withMCE requirements recognizetheAIA/CES as theprimary sourceof professional
development for their licensedarchitects. ThisallowsAIA membersto present their AIA/CES transcripts(andnon-
members AIA/CES Certifcates oI Completion) to licensing boards to satisIy state requirements. In becoming an
AIA/CES RegisteredProvider, AEE iscommittedto asystem-wide, top-downcommitment to quality professional
continuingeducationandsoundadministration. TheAIA/CES offers providers of professional continuingeduca-
tion myriad opportunities to award CES Learning Units (LUs) and providevaluableinformation and guidance,
whilebypassingthetime-consumingprocessof registeringtheir courseswithindividual states.
AEE is an Approved Training Provider Under U.S. Green Building Councils Education
Provider Program for GBCIs Mandatory Credential Maintenance Program (CMP)
TheAssociationof Energy Engineersisanapprovedtrainingprovider under theU.S.GreenBuildingCouncil (US-
GBC) EducationProvider Program(EPP). Thepurposeof EPP is to facilitateaccess to highquality professional
development courseswhichfurther enrichtheknowledgeandunderstandingof greenbuildingtheory, techniques,
andtrendsfor buildingprofessionals. Eachapprovedcourseisreviewedby thirdparty-trainedreviewers, andmeets
thecriteriaandguidelinesestablishedby theUSGBC Professional Development Committee. Many coursesoffered
by AEE have been oIfcially approved Ior credit under USGBC`s Education Provider Program Ior GBCI`s Creden-
tial MaintenanceProgram(CMP) for LEEDprofessional credentials.
ACORE Recognizes AEEs Renewable Energy Professonal Seminar
and REA Certification
TheAmericanCouncil onRenewableEnergy (ACORE) andtheAssociationof Energy Engineers(AEE) recently
signed a memorandum oI understanding to recognize the Fundamentals oI Renewable Energy: Technologies, Ap-
plications, & Strategies training seminar as well as the Renewable Energy ProIessional (REP) certifcation exam.
ACORE will appoint an oIfcial to the Renewable Energy ProIessional Certifcation Board, and provide Ieedback
as to coursecontent as therenewableenergy marketplacechanges. ACOREs involvement brings added critical
insight into renewableenergy policy developments,
market trends, andtechnology innovations.
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*Registrationincludes: two expo luncheons, accessto 5-trackconferencesessions, entryinto
exhibits, anda copyof theConferenceProceedingsCD for eachregistereddelegate.
For additional informationor to customizeyour packageby addingmoreattendeesor AEE seminars,
contact Bill Kent at (770) 447-5083, Ext. 217, or email Bill@aeecenter.org
About the seminar: This special 5-day seminar provides an in-
depth, comprehensive learning and problem-solving forumfor
thosewho want abroader understanding of thelatest energy cost
reduction techniques and strategies. Theprogrambegins by ex-
amining the basic fundamentals within all key areas of energy
management. Fromthere, the instructors systematically move
to a 'working level knowledge oI the specifc principles and
techniques needed to really get thejob done. This approach has
been specially designed to Iulfll the needs oI proIessionals who
seek a broader and more detailed learning experience than can
be provided in AEE`s shorter courses. In only fve days, you can
gain the knowledge and confdence it takes to eIIectively apply
state-of-the-art principles of energy management, and to achieve
control over energy costs in your organization whether youre
responsiblefor managing asinglefacility or developing an en-
ergy management program for multiple corporate facilities,
government buildings, etc. AEEs most requested program, this
seminar has been completed by thousands of professionals since
its inception in 1994.
The CEM certifcation process requires meeting specifed
CEM eligibility requirements, along with thesubmitting of asep-
arate CEM application and $400 application Iee, which qualifes
you to sit for theexam. TheCEM examination is administered at
each seminar site beginning at 11:00 am on day 5 oI instruction
-- only to thosecandidates who havemet theaboverequirements.
NOTE: You must bring a hand calculator to the seminar and to
theexam, sinceCEM testing policy does not allow computers,
tablets or cell phones to beused for calculations during theexam.
To obtain/print your CEM application formor seefurther infor-
mation on the CEM program, visit www.aeecenter.org/certifca-
tion.
Basic Skills Required for This Seminar
This courseassumes basic problem-solving skills, including
quick and accurateuseof ahand calculator, ability to usebasic
algebra, and ability to set up problemsolution expressions and
calculations fromawritten problemstatement. Thoseneeding a
refresher programin theseskills may wish to participatein the
Basics of Energy Management the Economic Analysis Review
for theCEM Exam, theElectrical Systems Review for theCEM
Exam, or theHVAC Systems Review for theCEM Examself-
study seminars prior to taking this seminar. For more informa-
tion, pleasevisit www.aeecenter.org/training.
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar:
Theneed for energy management
Conducting an energy audit
Energy audit instrumentation
Energy codes and standards
Building energy useand performance
Energy accounting in buildings and facilities
Energy ratestructures
Electric ratestructures
Economic analysis of alternativeinvestments
Alternative fnancing
Wasteheat recovery
Lifecyclecosting
Fuel supply and fuel switching
Electrical energy management
Lighting
Motors and adjustablespeed drives
Hvac system
Controls and energy management
Insulation
Green buildings, leed& energy star
Boilers and steamgeneration
Cogeneration (chp)
Maintenance
Alternative fnancing
About the Instructors:
BARNEY CAPEHART, Ph.D., C.E.M., is
a professor emeritus of industrial and systems
engineeringat theUniversity of Florida, Gaines-
ville. Hehasbroadexperienceinthecommercial/
industrial sector, havingservedasDirector of the
University of FloridaIndustrial AssessmentCen-
ter from1990to1999. Hehaspersonally conductedover 100audits
of industrial facilitiesandhasassistedstudentsinconductingauditsof
hundreds oI oIfce buildings, small businesses, government Iacilities,
andother commercial facilities. Heistheleadauthor for theGuideto
Energy Management textbook, founding editor of the Encyclopedia
oI Energy Engineering and Technology, and co-author or editor oI fve
other energy books. Dr Capehartisthecreator of AEEsFiveDay Train-
ingProgramfor Energy Managers, andhastrainedover 10,000energy
managersinthatprogram.
ERIC A. WOODROOF, Ph.D., C.E.M., is
widely recognized both nationally and interna-
tionally for helping energy and environmental
projects get approved and implemented, having
helpedover 400organizations andgovernments
improve profts with energy-environmental so-
lutions. Hebringstothisprogramover 15yearsexperienceinenergy
management, consultingandtraining. His clients haveincludedlarge
corporations, universities, airports, utilities, cities, andtheU.S. andfor-
eign governments. He has written widely in the feld, and is chairman oI
AEE`s Carbon & GHG Reduction Manager (CRM) program certifca-
tion board, and a board member Ior AEE`s Certifed Energy Manager
(CEM) program since 1999. He is also Iounder oI ProftableGreenSolu-
tions.com.
Fees for 4-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1995; AEE member Iee: $1795; government and
nonproft Iee: $1795; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers
Jun. 17-21, 2013 / 8:30 am 5:00 pm (5-day seminar)
Earns 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH
Preparatory course for the CEM Examination on June 21, 2013
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) ContinuingEducation
Systems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certifcation Institute
(GBCI) & Credential MaintenanceProgram(CMP) ApprovedTraining
Course
ThisprogramisaU.S. GreenBuildingCouncil (USGBC) Education
Provider Approved Certifcation Course
Gain 3.6 CEU / 36 PDH to maintain your certifcation
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcaiton/CEM
About the seminar: This programis designed to providebuild-
ing operators, maintenance personnel, and technicians working
in commercial buildings with the necessary training needed to
achieve sustainable, energy-eIfcient high perIormance buildings,
whilemeeting all applicablebuilding codes and standards. The
programalso serves as apreparatory vehiclefor AEEs Building
Energy and Sustainability Technician (BEST) professional certi-
fcation exam. Instruction will cover 'best practices Ior improv-
ing energy eIfciency through enhanced operations and main-
tenance, assessing each specifc area oI building systems and
operational practices. Energy measurements and instrumentation
for determining energy consumption will also beexamined.
About certication: The BEST certifcation process requires
meeting specifed eligibility requirements, along with submitting
a separate BEST application and $300 application fee qualify-
ing you to sit for the exam. The examwill be administered at
thecloseof instruction on day 4 of theseminaronly to those
candidates who havemet theaboverequirements. To obtain your
BEST application or for further information on the BEST pro-
gram, visit www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/best
Seminar Outline: Major areas covered by this seminar:
Introduction and Class Overview
Building Utilities, RateStructures, and Related Savings
Opportunities
Financial Considerations for Equipment Purchases
Energy Audits and Instrumentation
Lighting: Interior and Exterior
Large OIfce/Room Energy Savings
Savings Opportunities in Kitchens
HVAC Systems/Compressed Air Systems
ServiceWater Heating System
Building Heat Transfer
Refrigeration Equipment and Systems
Building Automation Systems for Energy Management
Mechanical Systems: Motors
Energy Savings in OIfces and Function Rooms
MaintenanceOpportunities and Scheduling
Sustainability
Cogeneration
About the Instructors:
SCOTT DUNNING, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., is a
professor and director of theUniversity of Maine
School of Engineering Technology. As founding
director of theuniversitys Industrial Assessment
Center, he has led over 200 industrial assessments of facilities
throughout New England. He currently perIorms commercial au-
dits Ior the EIfciency Maine Trust. Dr. Dunning is recognized as
a national expert in energy eIfciency, and has lectured and writ-
ten widely in the feld. He is a senior member oI IEEE, a commis-
sioner for theTechnology Accreditation Commission of ABET,
Inc., and past chair of theEngineering Technology Division of
theAmerican Society for Engineering Education.
RICHARD J . COSTELLO, P.E., C.E.M.,
C.D.S.M., C.L.E.P., is president of Acela En-
ergy Group. Prior to assuminghis present po-
sition, he founded and served as president of
Westwood Energy Group. Mr. Costello con-
ducts seminars on energy procurement and
management nationwide, andhasparticipatedinthedevelopment of
AEE`s Certifed Energy Procurement (CEP) ProIessional program.
Fees for 4-day seminar only:
Regular Iee: $1895; AEE member Iee: $1695; government and
nonproft Iee: $1695; team discount, deduct $100 per registrant.
Training for Building Technicians: Energy Efciency and Sustainability
June 17-20, 2013 / 8:00 am 5:00 pm (4-day seminar)
Earns 2.8 CEU or 28 PDH
Preparatory course for the BEST examination on June 20, 2012
Seminar held at the Las Vegas Convention Center
Building Energy & Sustainability Technician
For more inIormation, visit:
www.aeecenter.org/certifcation/best
AmericanInstituteof Architects(AIA) ContinuingEducation
Systems(CES) ApprovedTrainingCourse
U.S. Green Building Council Green Building Certifcation Institute
(GBCI) & Credential MaintenanceProgram(CMP) ApprovedTraining
Course
Certified Energy Manager
EMC 2013 www.energyevent.com 7
EVENTS


MAKE PLANS TO DISPLAY YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
IN THE EMC 2013 EXPOSITION AT THE LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER IN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
Weinviteyour company to exhibit in theupcoming EMC West event to beheld in Las
Vegas, Nevada. The show is designed to help commercial, industrial, institutional, and
governmental end users discover technologies, new product ideas, applications, and ser-
vices Ior their new or retroft project implementation, operational and energy eIfciency
gameplans, facility management, power strategies, as well as offer exhibitor/ attendee
face-to-facenetworking opportunities.
You receive many benefts as an exhibitor at EMC, including:
Discussing application needs with attendees
Showcasing your technologies and your solutions
Developing new sales leads, reinforcing existing relationships
Networking with your industry peers
Meeting with decision-makers face-to-facefor thebest results
Setting yourself apart fromyour competition
For more information, or tocheck onboothavailability andpricing, contact: Ashley Clark, Exhibit Manager / Phone: (770) 279-4392 / Email: ashley@aeecenter.org / Web: www.aeeprograms.com/EMC
EMC WEST 2013
LAS VEGAS, NV
LAS VEGAS
CONVENTI ON
CENTER
Expo Hours
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 / 10:00 am4:00 pm
Thursday, June 20, 2013 / 10:00 am2:00 pm
Preregister and Earn Free Expo Admission
Savethe$40 at-door admission feeby
completing theRegistration Formon page12
of this newspaper or register onlineat
www.energyevent.com
Exhibit Opportunity
Showcaseyour innovativeproduct, technology,
or serviceby exhibiting at theEMC expo.
Contact Ashley Clark, EMC Exhibit Manager,
at (770) 279-4392 or ashley@aeecenter.org
or visit www.aeeprograms.com/EMC
EMC West Golf Tournament
Hosted by AEE Nevada Chapter / Rio Secco Golf Course
Tuesday, June 18 / 8:00AM
Cost: $100 per person
I ncludes: 18-holesat oneof Vegas premieregolf courseswith
luncheonfollowingtheround. Rental clubsavailablefor $25, but
not included.
For moreinformation visit: www.aeenevada.org/golfevent
To register or for moreinformation, contact RobMorris, AEE
Nevada Chapter President, rmorris@caesars.com/ 702-407-6074
Reservationsmust bemadebyJ une10, 2013.
FREE WORKSHOP: Retrotting
Existing Facilities - for Improved
Operational Control, Energy Efciency
and Regulatory Compliance
Tuesday, June 18 / 1:00 pm3:00 pm
Compared with new facilities, existing buildings and plants often
have legacy equipment which waste energy, require more mainte-
nance, and incur more downtime. A complete rip-out and replace
strategy iscost prohibitiveandvery disruptiveto ongoingoperations
and occupants. New non-invasive technologies now allow Ior retro-
fts that take minutes to install, require no downtime, and deliver sub-
stantial savingswithinvestment payback of lessthan18months. This
presentationwill cover actual casestudiesandsavingsdatarelatedto
HVAC, lighting, steam, air quality monitoring, and compressed air
retrofts.
About the Presenter: DAVID K. ROBERTS is VP of Marketing
for Cypress Envirosystems. He has worked in energy for over 10
years with the last fve Iocused on energy eIfciency, auto-demand
response, and their enabling technologies. Before joining Cypress,
Mr. Robertsworkedasastrategy consultant for Accenture, wherehe
helped develop CaliIornia`s Long Term Energy EIfciency Strategy,
assisted utilities with their Smart Grid strategies and plans for en-
abling smart homes. Healso worked for Shell Oil and was aPeace
Corpsvolunteer inKazakhstan. Mr. RobertsholdsaBS fromMichi-
ganStateUniversity andanMBA fromDartmouthCollege.
EMC New Technologies Breakfast
Wednesday, June 19 / 8am-9am
Leviton Manufacturing Co. is pleased to
sponsor the New Technologies BreakIast, a concise and inIorma-
tive forumfor EMC attendees to preview the new and innovative
products and services on display at the expo. EMC Exhibitors will
present 5to 8minutepresentationsontheir newest technologies, en-
ablingattendees to quickly mapout their timeat theshow andget a
rapid survey of whats new. This is amust attend event for anyone
responsible for providing trip reports or technology summaries for
their employer. Leviton offers thebroadest array of lighting energy
management solutions and technological advancements, which are
the cornerstones to its 100-year history of success in the industry.
Besureto put this event on your scheduleand sign up on thereg-
istration form. For information on sponsoring or speaking at this
breakfast event, contact J enn Geho - jenn@aeecenter.org or call
(770) 279-4391.
EMC Opening Night Networking
Reception
Wednesday, June 19
th
EMC attendees, seminar attendees, and exhibitors areall invited to
join AEE Ior the EMC Opening Night Reception to network with
your industry peers. Therearestill sponsorshipopportunities for ex-
hibitingcompaniesto host thisreception. Pleasecontact LaurenLake
at lauren@aeecenter.orgor call (678) 687-4997for detailsandspecial
offers.
FREE Breakfast
Energy Policy:
Opportunities, Challenges
A program for women professionals and women-
owned companies / Thursday, June 20 / 7:30 9:00am
J oin us for aFREE breakfast, which includes presentations of case
studies of successful women-owned businesses and discussion of
uniquebarriers andopportunities encountered. Themeetingis being
presented by the Council on Women in Energy and Environmental
Leadership (CWEEL). CWEEL was founded by Laurie Wiegand-
Jackson, President oI North America Power Partners, and is co-direct-
ed by MaryAnneLauderdale, Senior Consultant LimeEnergy. This
groupsgoalsareto providerepresentationof womeninindustry-re-
lated policy issues, such as the National Energy Policy Act; to address
thehighcost of energy, our present andfuturesourcesof energy, and
theimpact of energy ontheenvironment; to secureafutureinenergy-
related technical felds Ior women by supporting the training, educa-
tion, andmentoringof younggirlsandwomen; andto contributeto the
advancement of womeninleadershippositionsthroughout theindus-
try. For informationabout CWEEL, pleasecontact RuthWhitlock at
whit@aeecenter.org.
AEE Chapter Luncheon
Thursday, June 20 /11:30 am
Pleasejoinusfor aluncheon, chapter meeting, andpresentation.
Registrationisincludedfor all paidconferenceattendeesandis$20
for all others. For completedetailsor to register for thisevent, visit
www.aeecenter.org/EMCChapter.
FREE Tour: Las Vegas City Hall
Thursday, June 20 / 1:00-2:00PM
Thenew City Hall building is built to LEED Gold
Standards andwill savemorethan$400,000inen-
ergy costs annually. The new City Halls green
design will eliminate more than 2,400 metric tons
of greenhousegases andsaves thecity fromhavingto replaceworn
inIrastructure. The building is outftted with rooItop solar panels as
well asthestrikingsolar treesat thegroundlevel that will helpto off-
set thepower needsof thebuilding. Thesesolar panelswill produce
about 290,000kilowatt hoursof power for thebuildingannually. The
new City Hall will reducethecitys carbon footprint of 26 percent.
For moreinformation, visit www.energyevent.com/specialevents
EMC West Nevada Green Showcase
TheNV GreenStreet Showcaseoffersexcitingopportunitiesfor EMC
attendees in the expanded expo area featuring green-specihc ses-
sions, workshops, andtechnologies
The EPAs Energy Star Programand theAssociation
of Energy Engineers (AEE) invite you to participate
in the Nevada Green Showcase, prominently located
within theEMC West 2013 exhibit hall. Thecompa-
nies located along the 'green carpet oI EMC`s Ne-
vadaGreenShowcasewill highlight their roles as the
leading providers of environmentally friendly green
energy eIfciency products and services. The EMC West conIerence
programwill also include a special series of presentations to edu-
cateandguideattendees as they seek thebest and most promising
green/sustainablesolutions for improving building performance.
Free Workshops held in Expo Hall
Visit Workshop Presentation Area1 & 2 to hear about services
and technology success stories presented by selected exhibitors.
For a Iull schedule, visit: www.energyevent.comand click
FreeWorkshops
NEVADA CHAPTER
EXPO
NORTH HALL N1
NEVADA CHAPTER
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SHOWCASE
PRESENTING THE LATEST PRODUCTS & SERVICES
I nvitation: Visit the expo to see frsthand 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 or omissions, errors, or claims
regarding products or services. Listing is complete as of 3/21/2013. For an updated list, please visit: www.ENERGYEVENT.com
A2LA
A2LAis a non-proft membership association, established in 1978,
whichaccreditsorganizationsfor variousconformity assessment
activities, such as testing, calibration, inspection bodies, profciency
testingproviders, referencematerialsproducers, andproduct certi-
fcation bodies. A2LAhas been deemed an approved accreditor Ior
various government and specifer programs; such as ENERGY STAR,
WaterSense, Design Lighting Consortium, Small Wind Certifcation
Council, etc.
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ACR SYSTEMS
ACR Systems provenDataLoggingtechnology issuitedto Equip-
ment Level Optimization. WiththePowerBullet kW/kVA transducer,
PF canbedeterminedonsingle, split and3phaseloads. TheSmart-
Reader Plusrecordstemperature, relativehumidity, electric current
andvoltage, pressure, processsignals, pulsefrequency, power quality
andmore. Ask about Low PressureDifferential for buildingenvelope
studies. What getsMeasured, getsManaged.
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ACUITY BRANDS Laynard Sponsor
Acuity Brands, Inc. is a North American market leader and one oI
theworldsleadingprovidersof luminaires, lightingcontrol systems
and related products and services with fscal year 2011 net sales oI
$1.8billion. TheCompanyslightingandsystemcontrol product
linesincludeLithoniaLighting, Holophane, Peerless, Mark
Architectural Lighting(TM), Hydrel, AmericanElectric Light-
ing, Gotham, Carandini, RELOC, AntiqueStreet Lamps(TM),
Tersen, WinonaLighting, SynergyLightingControls, Sensor
Switch, LightingControl & Design(TM), Dark to Light, ROAM,
Sunoptics, acculamp(TM) andHealthcareLighting. Headquartered
inAtlanta, Georgia, Acuity Brandsemploysapproximately 6,000asso-
ciates and has operations throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
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ADVANCED TEST EQUIPMENT RENTALS
AdvancedTest Equipment Rentals(ATEC) suppliescompletetesting
solutionsfor EMC, Electrical, Power Quality, Environmental and
similar testingapplicationsfor theDefense, Aerospace, Medical and
Telecomindustries. Celebrating32yearsinbusiness, ATEC takes
prideinservingour customerswithinvaluableexpertiseandtechnical
support.
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AEMC INSTRUMENTS
AEMC`s New Single & Three-Phase Power & Energy Data Loggers
ModelsPEL 102& PEL 103
ThePEL 100seriesisalow cost, simpleto use, singleandthreephase
(Y, ?) power andenergy datalogger. It isavailableintwo models,
Model PEL 102(no display) or Model PEL 103. Power, energy and
cost canbemonitoredlocally or fromanywhereintheworldviathe
internet. Booth #: 107
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AGGREKO
Aggreko istheleader inrental power, temperaturecontrol, and100%
oil-freecompressedair systems. Weprovide24/7availability and
servicefrommorethan50locationsnationwide, withoneof our
premier locationsright hereinLasVegas. Wehelpcustomersinmany
industriesimproveandsafeguardtheir operationsby solvingproblems,
creatingopportunities, andreducingrisk. For moreinformation, please
visit www.aggreko.com/northamerica.
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AIRIUS, LLC
Our missionat Airiusisto improvecomfort, reduceenergy costs, and
increase indoor air quality through the use oI our patented destratifca-
tionproducts. TheAiriusprocessof thermal equalizationconsistsof
aseriesof ceilingmountedair turbinesworkinginconcert to address
the destratifcation ad air movement needs oI most Iacilities ranging in
height from8to 100feet.
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ALSTROM ENERGY GROUP
TheAlstromCorporationhasprovidedleadershipandinnovationin
Heat Transfer Equipment DesignandManufacturingsince1939. Our
comprehensiveproduct lineincludesPatentedTechnologiesdesigned
Ior maximum perIormance eIfciency. Alstrom equipment meets and
exceedsASME SectionVIII (Division1) requirements, isU, S,
'H, National Board 'R,NB certifed and meets TEMAand other
industrial standards.
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THE ARCTIC CHILLER GROUP
ArctiChill isaworld-classmanufacturer of high-quality chillers
andprocesscoolingsystemsandaccessoriesfor Medical, Process,
Military, Dry-CleaningandModular HVAC Air-Conditioningchiller
applications.
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ASSOCIATION FOR FACILITIES ENGINEERING
AFE isthepremier organizationfor facilitiesengineersandoperations
professionals. TheAssociationunitesalargecommunity of facilities
proIessionals who promote and advocate Ior ways to eIfciently oper-
ateandmaintaincomplex buildingandfacility systems, includinghigh
performanceandsustainabletechnology. AFE empowersitsmembers
through networking, knowledge sharing, training and certifcation, and
providesresourcesneededfor career advancement. AFE further seeks
to promotethefacilitiesengineeringprofessionwithinacademiaand
thebroader engineeringcommunity.
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ASSOCIATION OF ENERGY ENGINEERS (AEE)
The Association oI Energy Engineers is a non proft proIessional soci-
ety whose mission is to promote the scientifc and educational interests
of thoseengagedintheenergy industry andto foster actionfor sustain-
abledevelopment. AEE isthegateway for informationonthedynamic
feld oI energy eIfciency, renewable energy, and carbon reduction
strategies. AEE isinits37thyear andoffersafull array of educational
and certifcation programs including seminars, conIerences, books,
journals, andnetworkingtradeshows. Theoverall strengthof AEE is
highlightedby astrongmembershipbaseof over 16,000profession-
als in 89 countries - thousands oI individuals who have been certifed
under its programs, including Certifed Energy Managers (CEM),
Certifed Energy Auditor (CEA), Certifed Sustainable Development
ProIessionals (CSDP), Certifed Building Commissioning ProIession-
als (CBCP), Certifed Measurement and Verifcation ProIessionals
(CMVP), and Certifed Lighting EIfciency ProIessionals (CLEP). The
Associationsnetwork of 82chaptersintheUnitedStatesandInter-
nationally offer networkingopportunitiesaroundtheworld. Further,
AEEsroster of corporatemembersisaveritableWhosWho of the
commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental, energy services,
andutility sectors.
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BENJAMIN ELECTRIC COMPANY
BenjaminElectric manufacturespower distributionequipment which
includescompletely integratedbranchcircuit Power Meteringas
well ascontrols. TheBenjaminArcLight Panelboardisacontrollable
circuit breaker panel that cancommunicatewithany lightingcontrol or
buildingmanagement systemandsoftware. Thisequipment provides
visibility into electrical system throughout the enterprise. Retrofts are
our specialty.
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BUDDERFLY LLC
The Budderfy Energy Management System allows you to control,
automate, andview consumptiondatafor energy-consumingloads
inyour building. Our replacement outlets, light switchesandother
devicessendconsumptiondataandcontrol commandsover your exist-
ing wiring to our web-based soItware, without modifcation to your
existinginfrastructure.
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BROAD U.S.A.
BROAD U.S.A.is a privately held company Headquarter in New
Jersey, supporting the sales and service to our Customers in North
America. Relyingonour innovativeandenvironmental-friendly tech-
nology, BROAD U.S.Acommits itselI to optimize Energy EIfciency
for clientsinCommercial, Civil andIndustrial markets.
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CALMAC MANUFACTURING
Energy storagestoresrenewableenergy intheformof icefor usedur-
ingpeak demandandhighcost periods. Energy storageiscritical for
renewableenergy andSmart Gridviability. By storingenergy, build-
ingscanbedemandresponseready whileloweringcarbonfootprints
pluslower coolingcostsupto 40%.
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CAPSTONE TURBINE CORPORATION
CapstoneTurbineCorporationistheworldsleadingproducer of
low-emission microturbine systems, and was frst to market withcom-
mercially viableair bearingturbinetechnology. Thecompany has
shippedthousandsof Capstoneturbinesto customersworldwidein
applicationssuchascombinedheat & power, oil & gas, biogas, data
center reliability, andpeak shaving. Theseaward-winningsystems
haveloggedmillionsof documentedruntimeoperatinghours.
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CASCADE ENERGY
CascadeEnergy deliverstheindustrial strengthexpertisecorporations
and utilities need to realize their energy eIfciency potential. Whether
itsatune-upor capital installation, well helpyoudeveloptheenergy
eIfciency strategy that will bolster your bottom line. New this year:
SENSEI, our cutting edge, web-based energy eIfciency platIorm
that helpscompaniesdrivesavingsby connectingactionsto energy
performance.
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CLEAN TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS
In this era oI cost-cutting, immediate impact and verifable savings ini-
tiativesarenecessary. CleanTechnology Partnerswasformedto help
organizationsSAVE money by usinglessandto provideour customers
andESCO partnerswithasinglesourcefor GreenIT measures. Less
electricity, lesspaper, lessprinter toner, etc. Itsnot only environmen-
tally Iriendly, it makes fnancial sense!
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CLEARESULT Bronze Sponsor
CleaResult harnessestheworldsmost innovativethinkinginenergy
management to designanddeliver energy optimizationsolutionsfor
electric, gasandwater utility companiesaswell asresidential, insti-
tutional, commercial andindustrial organizations. Our teamof 800+
energy professionalsoffersexpertiseinevery areanecessary to ensure
programsuccess, includingprogramdesign, implementation& evalu-
ation, customer service, marketing, andengineering. Wefocusthis
wealth oI experience on Iour key areas: Energy EIfciency, Planning
andEvaluation, RenewablesandLoadManagement. Whilethetypes
of programswedesignandimplement vary widely, eachiscentered
onprovidingend-usecustomerswiththeeducationandtechnical tools
they needto maximizethevalueof energy.
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COMMISSIONING AGENTS, INC.
Commissioningisnot asidebusiness; itsour corecompetency. We
work with architectural and engineering frms, construction manag-
ers, LEED consultants, trades and clients to confrm that the Owner`s
Project Requirementshavebeenmet. Wehaveservedasthetechni-
cally competent, independent commissioningauthority onprojectsof
all sizes.
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CONSTELLATION, AN EXELON COMPANY
Constellation, anExelonCompany, isaleadingcompetitivesupplier
of power, natural gas, loadresponseandother energy productsandser-
vicesfor homesandbusinessesacrosstheUnitedStatesandCanada.
Constellationprovidesintegratedenergy solutionsthat helpcustomers
buy, manageanduseenergy, fromelectricity andnatural gasprocure-
ment to renewablegenerationandconservation. Morethan90,000
commercial, industrial, public sector andinstitutional customers,
includingtwo-thirdsof theFortune100, haveselectedusto helpstra-
tegically manageenergy. Weprovidemorethan1millionresidential
customerswithelectricity andnatural gasplansthat canprovideprice
protection, savingsandenvironmental opportunities.
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CONTINENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
WattNodePower and Energy Meters
CONTINENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS specializes in the design
and manuIacture oI the WattNode AC (kW) power and (kWh) energy
meters. AvailableproductsincludeMODBUS, standardPULSE-
OUTPUT and LONWORKS Watt/hour WATTNODE transducers
that offer interoperablepower, energy andenergy demandmetering.
Applications include: PV System Energy Measurement, Net Metering,
Utility andFacility Sub-metering- Equipment OperationandPerfor-
mance Monitoring - Measurement / Verifcation oI Power and Energy
ProductionandConsumption, BuildingAutomationandControl.
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COOPER LIGHTING
Cooper Lighting is the leading provider oI world-class lighting fxtures
andcontrols. Aslightingtechnologieshaveadvanced, Cooper hasbeen
at theforefront of theindustry inhelpingbusinessesandcommunities
leverage the latest technologies to improve eIfciency, reduce costs and
meet environmental concerns. In2009, thecompany openeda60,000
sq. ft. InnovationCenter, hometo theresearch, design, validationand
manufacturingof proprietary LED andother advancedlightingtech-
nologies. Throughchangingtimesandtechnologies, Cooper answers
thecall to providerelevant, industry-leadingsolutionsto challenging
market needs. Cooper Lighting. Innovation you can rely on.
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CYPRESS ENVIROSYSTEMS
CypressEnvirosystemsisasubsidiary of CypressSemiconductor
(NYSE: CY). Its mission is to save energy and improve productivity
inolder plantsandbuildings, usingstate-of-the-art non-invasiveand
wirelesstechnologiesto minimizedisruptionandcost, deliveringpay-
back of 12monthsor less. Go frompneumatic to DDC inminutes!
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DANFOSS TURBOCOR COMPRESSORS INC.
DanfossTurbocor Compressorsisthepioneer andworldleader of
magnetic bearingcentrifugal compressorsfor theHVAC industry. Our
oil-freeandvariablespeeddesignprovidesasustainable, energy ef-
fcient cooling solution that is compact, lightweight and quiet.
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DAYLIGHT AMERICA
Our DAYLIGHTING SUPERSTORE is the nation`s only single source
for active, passiveandhybriddaylightingtechnologies, alongwith
tubular devices, smokeventsandskylight domereplacements, all
factory- direct. A completelineof diffusers, roof curbs, security grilles
andblack out devicesareavailable. Visit our boothto seetheEclipse,
thehighest performancelargeapertureskylight onthemarket.
www.daylightamerica.com
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DENT INSTRUMENTS, INC.
DENT manuIactures portable energy & power measurement instru-
ments and data loggers. DENT products provide meaningIul energy
datathat isusedto accurately allocateenergy costs, identify energy
cost savingsopportunitiesandlower utility bills. Thesecost-effective
instrumentsareusedby energy professionalsworldwidefor measure-
ment and verifcation studies, electrical load profling, and energy
audits.
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DIESEL 2 GAS SOLUTIONS
Diesel 2GasSolutionsisthemaster distributor for Altronic GTI
Bi-Fuel systems in the six western states: Arizona, CaliIornia, Idaho,
Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. Altronic GTI Bi-Fuel allows Ior up
to 70%
natural gasto beintroducedinto industrial diesel engineoperationsin
a variety oI applications without sacrifcing eIfciency or power. Visit
www.diesel2gas.comfor moreinformation.
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DISTRIBUTED ENERGY MAGAZINE
Distributed Energy - The Journal oI Energy EIfciency and Reliability
reachesmorethan20,000subscribers. Published7timesannually,
DistributedEnergy addressestheconcernsof thereadersregardingthe
vulnerability of their operationsandfacilitiesto power interruptions
andexploressolutionsfor increasingenergy self-reliance.
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DN TANKS
DN Tanks is the largest concrete tank manuIacturer in North America
with over 130 years oI combined experience. With oIfces throughout
the U.S. and in the Middle East, DN Tanks designs and builds water-
tight prestressedconcretetanksfor theseliquidstorageapplications;
chilledwater Thermal Energy Storage(TES), anaerobic digestion,
water, andwastewater.
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DRANETZ
Dranetz, theleadingprovider of intelligent monitoringsolutionsfor
electrical demandandenergy andpower quality, pioneeredthepower
quality monitoringindustry in1962, mergingwithBasic Measur-
ingInstrumentsin1996. Dranetz wasacquiredinearly 2007by the
multinational corporationGossenMetrawatt (GMC-I), GmbH of
Germany, aworldleader inTest andMeasurement instrumentation,
leveragingthetechnologiesandmarketsof bothcompanies. Dranetz
corporate headquarters, located in Edison, New Jersey USA, includes
sales, product support andmanufacturingwithdistributorsandsales
representativeslocatedglobally, isalso aglobal supplier of GMC-Is
electrical test andmeasurement products.
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DURAGUARD PRODUCTS, INC.
DuraGuardoffersanextensivecommercial lightingproduct linein
todaysenergy- savingtechnologies, includingLED andInduction,
in addition to HID and fuorescent. We can provide custom assembly
fromour 5factory locationsacrosstheUS, whichallow usto provide
our customerswithafast turnaroundtime. Visit www.DuraGuard.com!
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E-MON
Leadingtheindustry for over 30years, E-MonD-Monmetering
products and E-Mon Energy soItware provides the reliable, accurate
andtimely energy datathat youneedto manageyour facility. Whether
your goals are increased eIfciency, cost reduction or LEED certifca-
tion, E-Mon D-Mon meters provide meaningIul energy data to: allo-
cateenergy coststo tenants, departmentsor equipment; identify energy
savingopportunitiesandlower energy bills; andcreateitemized
usage statements and graphs Ior energy analysis via E-Mon Energy
meter readingsoftware. E-Monoffersadiverseportfolio of products
for all applicationsincludingcommercial, industrial, residential and
institutional.
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ECHO PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION, INC.
ECHO sells a complete line oI level, fowmeters, and pump control-
lers. TheArrow Hunter PLUS seriesincludebothpermanent and
portable clamp-on, ultrasonic fowmeters with Thermal Energy BTU
capabilities. Also, our new Electromagnetic fowmeter, the Maghunter,
isaccurateandreliablefor all HVAC applications. Wealso specialize
inpressure, ultrasonic, radar andTDR level measurement technolo-
gies. Visit our booth#426.
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EFFICIENT MOBILE AUDITING TECHNOLOGIES (EMAT)
EMAT (EIfcient Mobile Auditing Technologies) provides tablet-to-
cloud solutions Ior energy auditors who want to signifcantly decrease
the costs oI conducting audits, while increasing eIfciency and profts.
EMAT usescutting-edgetablet andwebtechnology to helpauditors
movequickly throughtheentireauditingprocess-preparation, data
collection, dataorganizationandanalysis, andreport development.
Visit usat www.ematprogram.com.
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ELECTRALED, INC.
Electro Industries/GaugeTech(EIG) isthetechnology leader inpower
meteringandenergy sub-metering, providingsolutionsfor energy
management, cost allocationandenergy sub-billingfor commercial,
industrial, military, medical, andcampusapplicationsworldwide. Our
energy metersoffer Ethernet, BACnet andWiFi solutionsmaking
connectivity simple. EIG also providesadvancedsoftwareto produce
energy usagereports, energy dashboardsandautomatedbillingcapa-
bility.
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Electro Industries/GaugeTech
The Leader In Power Monitoring and Smart Grid Solutions
ELECTRO INDUSTRIES / GAUGETECH
Electro Industries/GaugeTech(EIG) isthetechnology leader inpower
meteringandenergy sub-metering, providingsolutionsfor energy
management, cost allocationandenergy sub-billingfor commercial,
industrial, military, medical, andcampusapplicationsworldwide. Our
energy metersoffer Ethernet, BACnet andWiFi solutionsmaking
connectivity simple. EIG also providesadvancedsoftwareto produce
energy usagereports, energy dashboardsandautomatedbillingcapa-
bility.
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ENERGETIC LIGHTING
ENERGETIC LIGHTING is a major developer and manuIacturer oI
energy eIfcient lighting products. We are a subsidiary oI ZHEJIANG
YANKON GROUP CO., LTD, one oI the largest manuIacturers oI
energy savinglampsintheworld. Wemanufactureafull lineof CFLs,
LEDs, fxtures and other energy saving lighting products.
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ENERGYFIT NEVADA
HomeFree Nevada is the statewide nonproft sponsor oI Home PerIor-
mance with ENERGY STAR Ior the Silver State. Through the Ener-
gyFit Nevada program we help homeowners live in healthier, eIfcient
morecomfortablehomesby connectingthemto trustedandspecially
trainedcontractors to makeimportant energy upgradesintheir houses.
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ENERGY FOCUS, INC.
Energy Focus, Inc. isaprovider of advancedLED lightingproducts.
Withover 25yearsinthelightingindustry thecompany hasevolved
Irom a fber optic business into a reputable provider oI LED light-
ingsolutions. Under theeLED brandwesell highquality SolidState
Lighting(SSL) Solutionsthat offer superior returnoninvestment
especially in retroft situations.
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ENERGYVORTEX.COM
EnergyVortex.comisanopenindustry energy sitedesignedto serve
asaB2B community ande-commercecenter. Wehavecraftedthe
sitefor theexchangeof ideas, theconnectionof buyersandsellers,
andfor professional career advancement. Visit theBuyersGuideto
showcaseyour companysproductsor searchfor products& services.
Readindustry commentary coveringawiderangeof issues. Searchfor
qualifed candidates by advertising your company`s job opportunities
intheEnergy Vortex Career Center. Buy referencematerials& e-books
throughthestore. Learnmoreat www.energyvortex.com
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eSIGHT ENERGY INC.
eSight energy management softwareisthemost sophisticatedenergy
analysissuiteavailable. Itstheproduct of choicefor organizations
globally to reduceenergy usage, cut costs, andminimizecarbon
emissionsby upto 30%. Using100% web-basedarchitecture, eSight
isperfect for every company sizeandindustry. eSightsavailableasa
hostedserviceor installeddirectly to any client site.
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ETime USA
Etimeisaleadingprovider of nano basedcoatingsfocusedonbringing
theworldtechnologiesthat revolutionizethemethodsof becomingen-
vironmentally greener. Etimespecializesinheat preservationcoatings
which use nanotechnology giving them properties that refect and emit
heat. Etimescoatingsareableto regulatetheinterior temperaturesof
buildingsandother controlledspacesandresult indecreasedcostsand
carbonemissions.
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EverLast Lighting
EverLastLighting, Inc. hasquickly growninto theleadingmanu-
Iacturer oI energy-eIfcient lighting solutions Ior roadway, parking
structure, facility andarealightingapplications. EverLastmanufac-
tures the only U.S. made SMART induction fxtures that incorporate
apatentedbi-level control withon/off photo sensors. TheEverLast
fxtures have an unmatched lamp liIe oI 100,000 hours, reduce energy
costsbetween50% -70% over HPS/HID, andfar surpassLED lighting
in terms oI eIfciency and economy.
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EYE LIGHTING
EYE Lightingdesignsandmanufactureshighperformancelamps,
luminariesandlighting-relatedproducts, andhasearnedareputation
for developingsuperior lightingtechnology andcustomsolutionsfor
itscustomer base. Thecompany servesthemajor commercial/retail,
industrial, utility and specialty application lighting markets in North
andSouthAmerica.
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FAFCO THERMAL STORAGE SYSTEMS, INC.
Welcometo thenext iceage- theageof controllingcommercial cool-
ingcosts. IceStor integrateswithnew or existingHVAC systemsto
generateimmediatesavingsandlong-termprotectionagainst spikesin
utility rates. Dramatically reduceexistingenergy billswithIceStor, the
most advancedicestoragesystemever designed. IceStor static tanks
produceandstoreiceat night, whenratesarelowest, anddischarge
coolingduringhighdaytimeon-peak periods. Inshiftingyour air con-
ditioningloadto off-peak hours, IceStor reducesdemandchargesand
lowerspeak power usage. TheFAFCO systemcanalso helpmakethe
buildingmorecomfortableby allowingproject engineersto achieve
colder chilledwater supply temperatures, providingbetter humidity
control.
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FLEXIM AMERICAS CORPORATION
FLEXIM isknownfor itscuttingedgeengineeringandquality
ultrasonic Flowmeters. Ultrasonic fow measurement has become a
standardfor BTU measurement. Itshighturndownrange, excellent ac-
curacy, and retro-ft installation make it the meter oI choice. FLEXIM
takes ultrasonic technology to a new level with certifed traceable
accuracy oI BOTH fow and temperature measurement.
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FLUKE THERMOGRAPHY
FlukeCorporationistheworldleader incompact, professional elec-
tronic test tools. Fromindustrial electronic installation, maintenance,
andservice, to precisionmeasurement andquality control, Fluketools
helpkeepbusinessesupandrunning.
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GREEN BOX AMERICA
GreenBox ismanufacturer of FluidCoolersto replacecoolingtowers
Ior beneft oI your Iactory, and our Planet Earth. Fluid Coolers provide
cleanwater andinclosed-loopto your industrial processes, all year
long. The latest generation oI Fluid Coolers provide benefts beyond
other manuIacturers : 98 on water savings, up to 75 on power
savingsandno useof chemicals.
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HANITATEK WINDOW FILMS
Do youlook at improvingwindowsandassumetheROI just isnt
there. ReducingkWhandkW becauseof fenestrationsolar heat gain
hasmadeHanitaTEK aglobal leader inenergy andenvironmental
solutions. Visit our booth and ask how some flms won`t even change
theappearanceof your glass.
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HONEYWELL BUILDING SOLUTIONS
Honeywell providesintegratedproduct solutionsfor buildingcontrols
includinglighting, HVAC andplugloads. Honeywellstechnologies
arefoundinmorethan150millionhomes, 10millionbuildingsa
multitudeof industrial saroundtheworld. Honeywell will display its
expandedlineof thermostats, switches, VariableFrequency Drives
(VFDs), andother electrical products.
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HOTSTART, INC.
HOTSTART isaleadingdeveloper andmanufacturer of diesel engine
block heaters. Hotstart engineheatersprovideeasy starts, immediate
full power, reducedenginewear, reducedemissionsandreducedfuel
consumption. Our HOTfow engine heaters Ieature an integrated
pumpthat circulateswarmcoolant throughout theentireengineat
uniformtemperatures. Constant circulationof thecoolant eliminates
hotspotsthat candeteriorateheater hoses, harmenginesealsand
diminish coolant liIe. HOTfow heaters rely on Iewer heating cycles
- savingupto 2000kilowatt-hoursper year inenergy consumption
whileextendingheater element lifeandreducingmaintenancework.
HOTSTART is headquartered in Spokane, Washington with oIfces in
Siegburg, Germany, Tokyo, J apanandHouston, Texas.
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HOWARD LIGHTING PRODUCTS
HowardLightingProductsiscommittedto abrighter future, andwere
doingour part by designingandmanufacturingenergy-savinglighting
that issafer andpreservestheenvironment. Weoffer afull lineof
high-quality fuorescent, HID, LED and Induction ballast fxtures and
lampsfor bothcommercial andresidential uses. HowardLightingis
your sourcefor dependablelightingproducts, now, andinthefuture.
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High Efficiency
Water Heater
ILIOS Dynamics High Efciency Water Heater
The Ilios High EIfciency Water Heater produces 400,000 to 600,000
BTU/hr of hot water at 100 to 160, ideal for DHW, swimmingpools,
space or process heating. The eIfcient heat pump with reclaimed
engineheat resultsinaCOP of 1.2to 1.8. ThisGreen unit exceeds
Californiaemissionsstandardswithnear zero criteriapollutantsand
50% reductioningreenhousegases.
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ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING SOCIETY (IES)
We are a non-proft technical society, whose purpose is to advance the
lightingknowledgeanddisseminateinformationfor theimprovement
oI the lighted environment to the beneft oI society. The Las Vegas
Section(foundedinDecember 1986) iscomposedof engineers, light-
ingdesigners, manufacturers, architects, contractors, distributors, and
otherswithapassionfor architecture. TheSectionholdsmonthly edu-
cational meetingsto discussthelatest inlightingandindustry trends.
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INSULTECH
InsulTechLLC isoneof theindustrysmost experiencedmanufactur-
ersof highquality removableinsulationblankets, customengineered
usingsoft andmetal technologies. Our highquality insulationblankets
are manuIactured in three Iacilities in North America: Santa Ana, CA
(headquarters), Yuma, AZ and Houston, TX to provide our customers
with quick and eIfcient thermal and acoustical solutions.
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INTERNATIONAL GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP
ASSOCIATION (IGSHPA)
Themissionof theIGSHPA anditsmembershipisto promotetheuse
of groundsourceheat pumptechnology worldwidethrougheducation
andcommunication.
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LEVITON MANUFACTURING COMPANY
New Technologies Breakfast Sponsor
Foundedin1906, Levitonisaleadingglobal manufacturer of lighting
andenergy management systems, electrical wiringdevicesanddata
center connectivity solutions. Levitonoffersthemost comprehensive
lineof energy management productsto helpyousaveenergy, meet
code compliance and achieve LEED certifcation with our occupancy
sensors, wirelessself-poweredcontrols, relay controls, commercial
gradesub-meteringandmore.
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LINDSAY ENGINEERING
Lindsay Engineeringisdevotedto loweringproductioncostsandrisks
for our customers. Our missionisto helpcreatestreamlinedmainte-
nanceprogramsto innovateprocessesfor reliability, safety andlower
costs. Weareproudto present theproductsweuseandtrust - ALL-
TEST Pro motor diagnosticsandanalysisequipment & SDT ultrasound
inspectionequipment.
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LUMENOR ENERGY SERVICES
Lumenor Energy ServicesisaSolidStateLightingmanufacturer and
retroft company specializing in commercial and residential lighting
upgrades. Weproducetheaward-winningLES-T8Linear tubeandthe
Highest eIfcacy LED High Bay on the market. Our products are de-
signedfor maximumenergy reductionandour lightingsolutionsresult
in immediate positive cash fow once the retroft is complete.
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LUTRON ELECTRONICS
LutronElectronics, headquarteredinCoopersburg, Pennsylvania,
designsandmanufacturesenergy-savinglightingcontrols, automated
window treatmentsandappliancemodulesfor bothresidential and
commercial applications. Itsinnovative, intuitiveproductscanbe
usedto control everythingfromasinglelight, to every light, shade
andevenstand-by power inahomeor commercial building. Lutron
productsmakeany spacemoreversatile, whileenhancingambiance,
comfort andproductivity. They also saveenergy andmakelight bulbs
last longer, makingthemaneco-friendly additionto thehomeand
workplace. Foundedin1961, Lutronestimatesthat theinstalledbase
of itsproductssavesthenationnearly 10billionkWhof electricity,
or approximately $1billioninutility costsper year. Lutronmanufac-
turesmorethan16,000energy-savingproducts, soldinmorethan100
countriesaroundtheworld.
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MAXLITE
MaxLiteisaglobal manufacturer andmarketer of MaxLED, an
award-winninglineof innovativeLED luminairesandlampsusing
state-of-the-art LED technology.
Inheritingglobal manufacturingandmarketingexpertisethat
dates back to 1955, MaxLite was one oI the frst movers into LED
technology in the industry. Committed to energy-eIfciency as an
ENERGY STAR Partner oI the Year in 2009, MaxLite established
theMaxLEDbrand, anextensivelineof indoor andoutdoor lighting
fxtures Ieaturing innovative LED luminaires and lamps using the lat-
est state-of-the-art LED technology, rangingfromtheaward-winning
Flat Panel collection, to thebest-sellingoutdoor lineup, plug-and-play
light barsandlamps.
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MEASURLOGIC INC.
Measurlogic isfocusedondevelopingandmanufacturingaffordable,
effective, andscalableAC andDC electrical sub-meteringandpower
solutions thus Enabling Energy EIfciency opportunities Ior building
owners/facility managers. Our stateof theart DTS sub-meteringfam-
ily, integratedwiththePowerStudio softwaresuiteprovidesthetools
to maximize profts reduce costs and increase productivity.
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MILLENNIAL NET
Millennial Net, Inc. is a leading provider oI wireless energy manage-
ment solutionsfor commercial, industrial, public andother types
of buildings. TheCompanysMeshScapeEnergy Management
Systemconsistsof wirelesssensor network devicessuchaselectric
andpneumatic thermostats, zonetemperatureandhumidity sensors,
thermal sensors, pulsecounters, electricity sub-metersandI/O control-
lers. Combinedwithinternet technologiesandwebapplicationsor
interIaced with existing EMS systems via BACnet/IP Millennial Net
solutionsprovideremotemonitoringandcontrol of buildings heating,
ventilationandair-conditioning(HVAC) systems, lightingandother
energy consumingdevices, allowingbuildingownersandoperatorsto
signifcantly reduce energy consumption.
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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC HEATING & COOLING
Mitsubishi Electric CoolingandHeatingistheleader ininverter
driven, variable reIrigerant fow HVAC systems Ior commercial and
residential applications. Products include: Inverter driven mini split
heat pumps, City Multi air and water source variable reIrigerant fow
systems, all with fexible controls options. Let us show you how Mit-
subishi Electric productscanhelpreduceyour facilitiesenergy costs
without sacrifcing comIort.
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MIURA NORTH AMERICA
MiuraBoiler wasfoundedin1927andhasgrownto beoneof the
largest industrial steamboiler manufacturersintheworld. Forward-
thinking companies in North America, who want to conserve oil
andgasresourceswhilesavingmoney andreducingemissionshave
embracedMiuraBoiler technology resultingintheacceleratedgrowth
of Miurasmarket share. Thecompany isalready themarket leader in
Asiancountries.
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MULTISTACK LLC
MULTISTACK designsandmanufacturesbothwater andair-cooled
modular chillers, and heat pump systems. Advantages: energy eIf-
ciency, reducedcarbonemissions, small footprint, built-inredundancy,
futureexpandability, ASHRAE-15compliance, low maintenance, and
very low sound levels. MULTISTACK is the frst carbon neutral manu-
facturer intheindustry, theleader indedicatedheat recovery chillers
andheat pumps, andoffersenvironmentally friendly solutions.
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NALMCO
TheInternational Associationof LightingManagement Companieshas
beenthevoiceof thelightingindustry since1953. Over thecourseof
six decades, NALMCO has been on the cutting edge oI technologi-
cal advancesandbest practicesinthelightingindustry. Theassocia-
tion oIIers opportunities to members Ior networking, certifcation and
referralsandprovidesaforumto facilitatenew ideasandbusiness
opportunitieswithinthelightingindustry.
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NEPTUN LIGHT
Neptun Light Inc. is recognized as the industry-leading manuIacturer
oI Energy EIfcient Lighting products. We shall accomplish this
through: 1) Continuous innovations in the quality and eIfciency oI our
energy-savingLamps, Fixtures, andAutomatedLightingSystems, 2)
Development of new productsbasedonmarket trendsandEmerg-
ing Technologies to sustain NEPTUN Light`s reputation as not only
anIndustry Leader, but anindustry pioneer, and3) Uncompromised
commitment to Customer Service Ior NEPTUN Light Representatives,
DistributorsandCustomers.
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NEVADA PROFESSIONAL FACILITY
MANAGERS ASSOCIATION
The Nevada ProIessional Facility Managers Association was Iounded
in November 1991. The Mission oI the organization is to be a proIes-
sional associationdedicatedto theenhancement of engineering,
maintenance, operationsandmanagement of commercial, institutional
andindustrial facilities. Wewill movetowardthefutureenlightened
througheducation, communicationandalliance. Thesewill bethekeys
to successinour associationandinour industry.
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NISC UTILITY BILL PAY
NISC oIIers multi-site utility end-customers with a utility inIorma-
tionmanagement servicecalledUtility Bill PaySM. Thisserviceoffers
utility bill payment administration, utility consumptionandcost track-
ing as well as utility inIormation services via the internet. NISC pro-
cessesandpaysyour utility billsprioritizedby duedate. By adopting
our 'First Due, First Through standard, NISC achieves a higher level
of on-timepayments, thusreducingyour latefeesandthepotential for
disconnection oI service. At NISC, our primary concern is paying your
utility billstimely andaccurately andFirst Due, First Through isthe
processthat setsour serviceapart.
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NOESIS ENERGY
Noesis Energy is a Iree energy perIormance management website Ior
automatedbenchmarkingandportfolio tracking. It combinesfree
professional analytical tools(liketheweather-normalizationbaselining
tool) andextensivereal-worldadviceandtipsfromanonlinenetwork
oI energy proIessionals. Noesis is Iocused on helping energy manag-
ers, buildingowners, facility managersandother commercial, indus-
trial andpublic sector professionalsbetter understandtheir energy
consumptionandmakeinformeddecisionsabout projectsthat reduce
their ongoingenergy costs.
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NORMAN S. WRIGHT
In business more than 100 years, Norman S. Wright provides custom-
erswithexceptional systemsknowledgeto meet all project require-
ments. Representing HVAC manuIacturers worldwide, Norman S.
Wrightsproduct linessupport thelatest energy, sustainability, and
comfort standards.
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NORTHWRITE, INC.
Established in 2000, NorthWrite - The WorkSite Company is an
industry leader inweb-basedenergy informationmanagement software
and supporting services. NorthWrite`s award-winning products and
servicesareinstallednationwidefor demandsidemanagement, MBCx
services, energy monitoring, sub-metering, andbuildingenergy
modelingacrossthespectrumof commercial, industrial, institutional,
andgovernmental facilities. TheWorksitesolutionincludesintegrated
communicationsandprogrammanagement toolsthat seamlessly con-
nect all stakeholdersto ensureyour energy programmeetsitssavings
andsustainability objectives.
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OBVIUS HOLDINGS, LLC
Obviusisaleadingenergy solutionsprovider offeringmeters, wireless
metering, dataacquisition, software, andmonitoringtechnologiesused
to display andmanageenergy consumptionandrenewableenergy
generation.
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OCEAN RUSENERGY
OceanRusEnergy - Russianbrandisagroupof companiesengagedin
thedevelopment, sales, logisticsandserviceof generatorscapableof
producingelectricity fromseaandoceanwaves.
Theequipment suppliedisavery easy to use, very reliable, practi-
cal. Lineup Ocean recognized world leader in eIfciency in extracting
power fromsea.
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INCORPORATED
ONICON
ONICON Incorporated manuIactures highly accurate fow meters and
Btumetersfor chilledwater, hot water, condenser water, andsteam
andnatural gassystems. They areideally suitedfor campusandcentral
energy plant applications, as well as mixed use Iacilities. Retroft kits
areavailablefor installationwithout shutdown. Btumetersarecompat-
ible with BACnet, LONWORKS, MODBUS, JCI-N2 Metasys and
Siemens-P1Apogeenetworks.
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ONSET COMPUTER
Onset istheworldsleadingsupplier of dataloggers. Thecompanys
HOBOdataloggersareusedinarangeof energy monitoringappli-
cations, including building energy audits, Measurement & Verifcation,
andbuildingcommissioningstudies. Onset hassoldmorethan2mil-
liondataloggerssincethecompanysfoundingin1981.
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OSRAM SYLVANIA
OSRAM SYLVANIAhas been a trusted leader in supplying innova-
tive, energy eIfcient, and sustainable lighting solutions, develop-
ing the latest in LED, HID and fuorescent technology, as well as
integratedlightingcontrol systemsandLED luminaires. Our experts
at SYLVANIALighting Services, gives you a single point oI contact
for acomprehensiveprogramthat provideslightingaudits, installation,
maintenanceandrecycling.
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PLC-MULTIPOINT, INC.
For morethan20years, PLC Multipoint hasbeenmakinganamefor
itselI as a creator and producer oI the industry`s fnest lighting sensor
controls. Wevebuilt areputationastheoneresourceto solvethemost
complex control problems. Our systemsareinstalledinbusinessesand
institutionsnationwide, savingenergy throughdaylight harvesting,
motionsensingandtimescheduling.
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PRECISION-PARAGON (P2)
For nearly 20yearsPrecision-Paragon[P2] hasmanufacturedenergy-
eIfcient lighting fxtures and retroft kits while providing the most
dedicatedcustomer support intheindustry.
|P2| is run by lighting retroft industry veterans who have built the
company Ior a single purpose: to deliver exactly what our customers
want.
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REDVECTOR
RedVector providesconsistent, company-widetrainingfor licensed
andnon-licensedAEC professionalsthroughitseasy-to-useonline
learningplatform, quality courses, robust trackingandreportingtools,
andunparalleledserviceandsupport.
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RELIABLE CONTROLS CORPORATION
WespecializeindesigningandmanufacturingInternet connected
buildingcontrolsandbuildingautomationcontrolsthat aresimple,
fexible, and competitively priced. Known as direct digital controls,
buildingautomationsystemsor buildingmanagement systems, our
MACH-Systemisusedto monitor andcontrol themechanical / HVAC
andelectrical / lightingequipment foundinevery kindof building
intheworld. Our designsutilizetheASHRAE standardBACnet
protocol andour buildingautomationcontrolsshipwithanindustry
best 5-year warranty.
Our dynamic teamdevelopsinnovativeanddependablebuilding
controlsthat helpyouto operateyour facility inanenvironmentally
responsibleway. Wetakegreat careinevaluatingandimplementing
new technologies, andhaveearnedasterlingreputationfor outstand-
ingcustomer service.
Our unusually highcustomer loyalty stemsfromour ability to begood
listenersandto deliver practical, easy-to-usebuildingsolutionsthat are
fexible, economical, and an excellent return on investment, year over
year.All design, development, assembly, service, andrepair arehoused
under oneroof inour headquartersinVictoria, BC Canada. Westead-
fastly resist thetrendto outsourceany component of our business, and
prefer insteadto developour ownprocessesinternally andretainfull
control of our quality.
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SAGE METERING
SageMeteringmanufacturesavariety of Thermal MassFlow Meters
(includingPortableDataloggingFlow Meters) for Industry, Building
Management SystemsandEnvironmental Applicationsto measureGas
Flow RateandConsumption. Our highperformance, awardwinning,
NIST Traceable Thermal Mass Flow Meters, will help increase pro-
ductivity, reduceenergy costsandmaximizeproduct yields. Inaddi-
tion, Sageisheavily involvedinreducingGreenhouseGasEmissions
withour popular SagePrimeFlow Meter, andistheonly manufacturer
of Thermal GasMassFlow Metersfeaturingavery simple3-step
in-situ calibration verifcation. Our unique digitally-driven technol-
ogy measures the fow oI Natural Gas, Compressed Air, Landfll Gas,
Digester and Bio Gas Flow, Flare Gas, Nitrogen, and other common
gases.
For moreinformation, visit usat www.sagemetering.com.
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SENSOR SWITCH, INC. Lanyard Sponsor
Sensor Switchisanindustry leader indevelopingandmanufacturing
Occupancy Sensor Products& Technology for LightingControl. Our
yearsof experienceandwidebreadthof sensor andphotocell daylight
control productsensurewecanprovideareliablesolutionfor any
application or building type. Schools, warehouses, Iactories, oIfces,
government buildings, retail stores.you name it, we`ve sensored it!
Andwhiletheindustry strugglesto catchup, Sensor Switchkeeps
movingfurther aheadby introducingnew productsandtechnologies.
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SENTRY SWITCH
Sentry LLC, offerstheSentry Switch, acentrally controlledwall light
switchdesignedto replaceconventional toggleor decorator stylelight
switchesincommercial lightingcontrol applications. Sentry Switches
work withyour buildingstimeclocksandarelay contactor panel to
remotely turnoff lighting, yet they allow completelocal override. With
theSentry Switch, lightsstay off until theareaisoccupied. TheSentry
Switchprovidesasimple, reliableandcost-effectivelightingcontrol
systemthat beginspayingdividendsimmediately uponinstallation. It
is easily retroftted into an existing building without costly installation
or changinguser habits.
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SHANNON INSULTECH
INSULTECH Thermal Blanket Insulation saves energy, improves
thework environment andlowerssurfacetemperaturefor safety.
INSULTECH Thermal Blanket Insulation is engineered to match and
treat steam specialty fttings, valves and diIfcult geometry, trapping ra-
diant heat loss that otherwise would be leIt bare. As a result, signifcant
energy savingsisrecognizedgenerating7-14monthpayback periods
on investment. Average projects include 200-300 steam fttings, sav-
ingroughly $60,000.00ayear inotherwisewastedenergy. A CAD /
CNC approach to manuIacturing and design, result in a high quality
investment witha15year servicelife. Invest onedollar andsave$15
dollars.
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON /
GO SOLAR, CALIFORNIA!
TheCaliforniaSolar Initiative(CSI) programhasbeenhelpingto
maketheclean, reliableandinexhaustibleenergy of thesunevenmore
accessibleinastatethat haslongbeenanational leader inenviron-
mental stewardship. SouthernCaliforniaEdison, throughthestatewide
CSI program, paysrebatesto customerswho install solar electricity on
their homeor business.
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SOUTHLAND INDUSTRIES
Foundedin1949, SouthlandIndustriesisoneof thenationslargest
design-build mechanical contracting frms. Southland`s design-build-
maintainmodel integratesin-houseengineeringanddesigncapabilities
with selI-perIormed HVAC, process piping, plumbing, fre protection,
constructionservices, automationandcontrols, testingandbalancing,
energy services, aswell asoperationsandmaintenanceinorder to
providecustomerswithcustomized, single-sourcesolutions.
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SUMMIT TECHNOLOGY, INC.
Summit Technology manufacturesthePowerSightfamily of power
analyzers. They performandlogall commonpower measurementson
all typesof power systems. Compact hand-sizedmeters, they provide
safety throughwirelesscommunicationsandcomewithpower analysis
softwarefor bothPC andiPad. ThePower Quality Analyzersalso
measureandcapturepower quality events(sags, swells, andhigh
speedtransients) inavariety of formats.
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SUNBURST ENERGY SOLUTIONS
Sunburst isanationwidecompany that hasbeeninbusinessfor 30
years. Sunburst Energy Solutionsisusingthat experienceto help
our customers fnd more eIfcient and cost eIIective energy. Sunburst
Energy SolutionsistheexclusiveCapstonedistributor for thestateof
Nevada.
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TECOGEN, INC.
Energy eIfciency re-imagined Ior tomorrow`s heating, cooling and
power. Tecogennatural gasengine-drivencogenerationandair condi-
tioningsystemssupply electric power or coolingwhileheat fromthe
engine is recovered and purposeIully used at the Iacility. Benefts are
dramatic reductionsinenergy costsandgreenhousegasemissions.
Tecogenhasanestablishednetwork of engineering, salesandservice
personnel acrosstheUnitedStates. Visit usat www.tecogen.com.
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TE CONNECTIVITY
TE Connectivity isaglobal, $12.1billioncompany that designsand
manuIactures over 500,000 products that connect and protect the fow
of power anddatainsidetheproductsthat touchevery aspect of our
lives. Our nearly 90,000employeespartner withcustomersinvirtually
every industry-fromconsumer electronics, energy andhealthcare, to
automotive, aerospaceandcommunicationnetworks-enablingsmarter,
faster, better technologiesto connect productsto possibilities.
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TELKONET
Telkonet, aleadingUnitedStates-basedenergy management technol-
ogy provider, offershardware, softwareandservicesto commercial
customersworldwide. TheEcoSmart suiteof products, whichincludes
EcoInsight andEcoWaveintelligent thermostats, theEcoGuardenergy
management outlet and the EcoSwitch energy-eIfcient light switch
canbedeployedinmost buildingenvironmentsto cut utility costsand
enableremotemonitoringandcontrol usingtheEcoCentral manage-
ment platform. Telkonetsenergy management productshavethe
power to reduceenergy consumption, minimizecarbonfootprintsand
helpeliminatetheneedfor theconstructionof new power plants. For
moreinformation, visit www.telkonet.comor follow
@Telkonet onTwitter.
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TERRALUX
TerraLUX Illuminationdesignsandmanufacturesplug-and-play LED
modulesandlight engineswithintelligent onboarddrivecircuitry to
handletheengineeringandintegrationwork so youdont haveto. For
lightingmanufacturers, designersandbuildingownersalike, weoffer
thesmartest LED solutions.
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THERM-O-LITE WINDOWS
Therm-o-liteInc isaU.S. manufacturer of supplemental window
systems. Thermolitewindow systemsprovidethegreatest amount
of energy savingsfor existingbuildings. Thisalternativeto window
replacement savesasmuchastriple-glazedthermal IG unitsat alower
cost. Thesystemalso canprovidesound, blast, andhurricanemitiga-
tionaswell assignal defense, ballistic andsecurity solutions. All
historic preservationrequirementsaremet.
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TRANSFORMATIVE WAVE TECHNOLOGIES
Themissionof TransformativeWaveTechnologiesisto develop
andcommercializenew technologiesandservicesthat transformthe
existing landscape, empowering clients to achieve their economic, eIf-
ciency, andsustainability goals. Thecurrent list of technologiesislead
by the patent-pending CATALYST EIfciency Enhancing Controller
for reducingenergy consumptioninRooftopPackagedHVAC systems
by 25-40%. Other productsincludetheCATALYSTscompanion
softwaresolution, theeIQ Energy IntelligencePlatform, iHAVE asset
management tools, and Clean CT-01, an environmentally respon-
sibleHVAC water treatment solution.
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USGBC NEVADA
The U.S. Green Building Council - Nevada Chapter advocates adop-
tionof sustainablecodes, implementationof sustainableconstruction
practicesfor existingandnew buildingsandaccessto sustainable
educationthroughout thestate.
Nevada is a model Ior sustainable buildings and communities and is
renownedintheregionfor itsoutstandingquality of life.
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VERIS INDUSTRIES, INC.
VerisIndustriesisapremier provider of energy andenvironmental
sensors, andisrecognizedfor settingthestandardincustomer service
andproduct innovation. Veris productsintegratewithafacilitysmain
automationsystem, providingvaluablefeedback onenergy consump-
tionandhelpingto regulateanddecreaseafacilitiesenergy usage.
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VIRIBRIGHT LIGHTING INC.
VIRIBRIGHT isabrandof very affordableLED lampsthat offer the
mercury Iree, energy-eIfcient, crisp, beautiIul light you would expect
fromadvancedlight bulbtechnology. Withagrowingselectionof
LED lighting products with pricing to ft all budgets, VIRIBRIGHT is
thenext generationinlightingtechnology. VIRIBRIGHT LED lamps
areofferedasatrueenvironmentally consciousalternativeinlighting
comparedto standardincandescent andCFL bulbsonthemarket
today. VIRIBRIGHT LED lampsuse80%-90% lessenergy thanan
incandescent bulb and 50 less than CFLs, signifcantly reducing
power consumption, helpingto achieveglobal energy conservation
goals. LED lampsgeneratevery littleheat transferringmost of their
energy directly into light eliminatingexcessiveheat buildupthat can
adversely affect energy costs.
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WATT STOPPER
WattStopper is a leading manuIacturer oI energy eIfcient lighting
controlsfor commercial, industrial andresidential use. Wehelpcus-
tomers fnd convenient ways to save energy, meet green initiatives, and
comply withenergy codeswithour comprehensiverangeof products,
programs, andservices.
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WLS LIGHTING SYSTEMS
WLS LightingSystemswasfoundedin1969asapolemanufacturer.
Sinceitsinception, WLS Lightinghascontinuedto beinnovativeand
onthecuttingedgeof technology, alwayslookingto beanindustry
leader whenit comesto quality andknowledge. WLS took their
manuIacturing skills and grew into a lighting fxture manuIacturer.
Withinthelast 5yearsWLS hascontinuedthishistory of growthand
developed the frst ever wireless control system. This includes fling
for rebates, energy audits, andmaintenanceprograms. Asthelighting
industry continuesto grow withnew technologiesandapplications
such as LEDs, Controls, and other energy eIfcient lighting products
youcanbecertainthat WLS LightingSystemswill continueto bea
leader andturnkey provider for all lightingneeds.
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YOKOGAWA CORP OF AMERICA
YokogawaMeters& InstrumentsDivisionoffersabroadrangeof
portabletest equipment andpanel mountedinstrumentswhichinclude
multimeters, clamp-ons, insulationtesters, calibrators, HART com-
municationdevices, portabledataloggers, acompletelineof Analog/
Digital meters, transducers, andmuchmore.
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ALSO EXHIBITING:
ADVANCE THERMAL CORP.
VISTAM, INC
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