East Michigan Association of Energy Engineers AEE Certified Energy Manager (CEM) Study Session and Examination
Students who attend are eligible for 3.2 Continuing Education Units and 32 Professional Development Hours.

EMAEE - Certified Energy Manager (CEM) Training

May 6 - 9, 2019 for Study Sessions (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
May 10, 2019 Examination (8:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

Siemens Building Technologies
45470 Commerce Center Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170

4 Day Seminar:
Member/Government/Non Profit Price: $1,895.00
Non-Member Price: $2,095.00

5 Day Combined Seminar/CEM Exam & Application:
Member/Government/Non Profit Price: $2,295.00
Non-Member Price: $2,495.00

Program consists of a 4-day Energy Management Study Session
Price includes training, 400 page workbook, Energy Conservation Guidebook

5 Day includes $400 CEM exam and application fee
Study session Includes lunch and handouts all 4 days

Click here for registration information, or contact Todd Smith with questions - tdsmith@ebebsolutions.com.

Last Updated on April 11th, 2019 2:35 pm by admin
EMAEE April 2019 Meeting - 4/9/19 at Lawrence Tech
The East Michigan Association of Energy Engineers invites you to attend their meeting on Tuesday April 9, 2019.

Overview of Updated Michigan Energy Code

The new Michigan Energy Code (MEC), effective September 20, 2017, is based on ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2013: Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings and requires:
    the commissioning of HVAC controls for all new construction and certain addition and alteration projects;

    for projects larger than 10,000 ft2, commissioning of HVAC systems and equipment for all new construction as well as certain additions and alteration projects; and

    third-party functional testing of lighting controls for all new construction and additions as well as alteration projects involving more than 50% of existing lighting; to ensure that controls and equipment are calibrated, adjusted and in proper working condition when your project is completed

And, for projects larger than 10,000 ft2, the MEC also requires that commissioning requirements be explicitly detailed in the project plans and specifications. If you're planning for a new construction project, an HVAC system replacement or a lighting system upgrade, your project is undoubtedly impacted by the new Michigan Energy Code.

Learn the highlights of the updated code and how it will affect your project plans, commissioning and maintenance.

By: Sonya M. Pouncy, CEM, CMVP, LEED-AP

Sonya is a degreed Mechanical Engineer with more than 20 years of experience in the energy management and HVAC equipment industries.

She began her career with Carrier Corporation, for which she initially developed residential furnaces and later sold chillers, air handlers and other heavy equipment. After leaving Carrier, Sonya worked with manufacturer's representatives, utilities and energy/engineering consultants. She joined Energy Sciences in 2017.

Sonya is an active member of ASHRAE at both the local and national levels. She is a former president of the Detroit Chapter and currently serves as the Chair for TC 7.3 - the Technical Committee on Operations and Maintenance Management.

Buell Building - "Bldg 5" - Room M212 at Lawrence Technological University

FREE for Chapter Members
Guests = $25
Students/Seniors = $19

5:45 p.m. -- Social Time / Chapter Business
6:00 p.m. -- Dinner
6:15 p.m. -- Presentation by Guest Lecturers with questions to follow

Last Updated on April 8th, 2019 3:48 pm by admin
Recent Posts
Welcome to the East Michigan Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers.

We are dedicated to helping our members and community implement energy efficient technologies to reduce expenses, improve their energy efficiency, protect the environment, and bolster our economy.

Stay attuned to the rapid changes and reshaping of our business, new technologies, and the legislative and regulatory issues affecting our industry. Join us as we network with industry peers, develop leads, discuss energy opportunities, tour project sites and explore energy procurement strategies.

Realize the benefits of a local support group staffed with professionals such as yourself. We encourage both MEMBERS AND GUESTS to attend our quarterly meetings.

Last Updated on December 4th, 2006 9:10 am by admin
Chapter Meetings
Our chapter's regular meetings are held quarterly, on the 2nd Tuesday of February, April, September, and November.

Registration and Social Time - 5:15 pm
Dinner / Meeting - 6pm
Adjourn ~ 8pm

Meetings typically consist of a guest speaker and short business agenda.
Additional networking opportunities are provided from 8-9pm.

Last Updated on December 4th, 2006 9:20 am by admin
Key Contacts
Here are the key contacts for the East Michigan Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers:

jjankowski@AEPenergy.com, President, James Jankowski - PE/CEM
bsnyder@ids-troy.com, VP, Bruce Snyder - CEM
kdunbar@ameresco.com, Newsletter Editor, Kevin Dunbar - CEM
dobryP@trinity-health.org, Treasurer, Paul Dobry - CEM
smoore@taubman.com, Secretary, Steve Moore - PE/CEM
david.everest@siemens.com, Chapter Awards, David Everest - Phd/CEM
david.everest@siemens.com, Scholarships, David Everest - Phd/CEM
edwardsd@dteenergy.com, Technologies and Training, Don Edwards - CEM
sawecox2@comcast.net, Membership and meeting attendance, Ed Cox - CEM
smoore@taubman.com, Webmaster, Steve Moore - PE/CEM

Last Updated on February 13th, 2014 11:09 am by admin


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