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Association of Energy Engineers April 7 Meeting: Emerging Technologies Night

Posted March 24, 2010 by

Our April 7 meeting will be our 2nd Annual New England Chapter Emerging Technologies Night.

Ten presenters will briefly describe their technologies during the meeting, and prior to the meeting we will also have the emerging technology exhibits on the mezzanine during the networking hour (5:30 to 6:30).  We will have a diverse range of technologies for presentation and display.

For the purposes of this meeting we have adapted a specific definition of Emerging Technology: These are technologies that are well beyond the prototype stage, commercially available, have considerable proven field use, but are not yet widely known or used.  Technologies may also include advances in features, cost, or services which are now causing “emergence”.

Technology Selections

This year’s AEE World Energy Engineering Conference (WEEC) held at Washington DC in November 2009 featured a New Technology Breakfast that featured ten condensed presentations selected by AEE as representative of new or enhanced technologies of value and interest to AEE members.  Most of the technologies address energy efficiency and conservation.  A number of these same presenters/technologies were recruited to present at our meeting, and additional presenters/technologies were selected among the hundreds of exhibitors at the WEEC.

Technologies include heat pumps, fan/motor design, lighting, daylighting, destratification, compressors, lighting control, modeling software, and advanced controlled devices.

The intent is to provide technical information on newer technologies for immediate beneficial use by energy professionals and end-users.

Meeting Location and Agenda

Doubletree Guest Suites Hotel
550 Winter Street – Exit 27B off Route 128 (I-95)
Waltham, MA

4:30   Open AEE Board Meeting

5:30   Emerging Technology Exhibits, Mezzanine Level

Registration and Networking

6:30   Dinner and Presentation

8:30   Close

Please register and pay on-line using PayPal at http://aeenewengland.org, or email to: info@aeenewengland.org.

$40.00 per person

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Disclaimer: The New England Chapter or the Association of Energy Engineers, AEE-NE, has not investigated and expressly disclaims any duty to investigate, any product, service, process, procedure, design, or the like which may be presented by any of the presenters or Chapter Officers at any AEE-NE meeting or function. The presentation of any technical data or editorial material at these events does not constitute endorsement, warranty or guaranty by AEE-NE of any product, service, process, procedure, design of the like. AEE-NE does not warrant that any of the information presented at these events is free from errors. The entire risk of the use of any information presented is assumed by the user.

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