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Free Lunch & Learn: Controlling Building Envelope Air Leakage
HEALTHY BUILDINGS=HEALTHY & HAPPY ENVIRONMENTS: CONTROLLING BUILDING ENVELOPE AIR LEAKAGE

Tuesday, December 13, 2016, 12:00 PM

Location: The Charles H Wright Museum


This lunch and learn on Controlling Building Envelope Air Leakage, or "How Big is Your Hole?" The presentation covers how to apply and use air barriers in industrial, commercial and multi dwelling buildings. We will also discuss "Healthy Buildings = Healthy & Happy Environments" and the impact of building air leakage on a building's sustainable durability, occupant comfort, health, productivity and overall energy efficiency.

Presenter: Steven Tratt, Canam Building Envelope Specialists/Tremco will introduce a new iPad App that collects the required data to assess a building's existing air barrier continuity. The App predicts energy saving measures and provides a customize comprehensive air barrier report.

Order of Meeting: Located at the Multipurpose Room
12:00 - 12:30 p.m. - Registration, Lunch and Networking
12:30 - 1:40 p.m. - Presentation and Q & A
1:40 - 2:00 p.m. - Review Sample Reports & New Mobile App

Attendees will receive a certificate 1 AIA/ CES Learning Unit/ HSW.

Please pre-register by clicking Eventbrite link

If you have any questions, contact Leslie Tom: 313-303-5935

Registration deadline: Friday, December 9, 2016 at Noon
Enrollment limited to 50, so sign up soon.

Last Updated on December 5th, 2016 2:18 pm by admin
EMAEE September 2016 Meeting - 9/14/16 at Lawrence Tech
The East Michigan Association of Energy Engineers invites you to attend their meeting on Wednesday September 14, 2016.

Using Energy Data Analytics to Identify and Quantify Energy Saving Projects

Summary:

Mr. Buchanan will introduce and explain a new analytic energy benchmarking process and how it can be used to better identify and quantify energy conservation opportunities for both buildings and HVAC equipment.
Mr. Buchanan shall first introduce Pathian® Curves, discuss the difference between Pathian Curves and traditional baseline comparison energy curves, and show how these weather-normalized energy curves are used to create performance indices in order to analyze peer group performance for commercial buildings, mechanical systems and their components. With a basic understanding of Pathian Curves, we will introduce the Syrx™ Numbering System, a peer group classification system used to catalog performance indices for peer comparison. Pathian will then present a case study demonstrating how these curves and performance indices can be used to generate variance reports used to identify and quantify energy conservation opportunities and then measure, verify and sustain results.

Learning objectives:

1. Upon competition, the attendee shall understand how to use real-time HVAC component level energy analytics to identify, quantify and estimate HVAC energy saving opportunities.
2. Via live website demonstration, gain a basic understanding of component level benchmarking concepts and how the new analytical process is deployed.
3. Understand how real-time energy audits and variance reports are generated for central plants, HVAC equipment and their components (i.e. fans, hydronic coils, dampers, valves, etc.).
4. Live case study example: Use real-time analytics to evaluate the present and past performance of 4,500 ton central chilled water plant.

By: Dan Buchanan, President and Founder of Pathian Incorporated

MEETING LOCATION:
Alfred Taubman Student Service Center at Lawrence Technological University Rm C406

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

AGENDA:
5:30 p.m. -- Social Time / Chapter Business
6:00 p.m. -- Dinner
6:15 p.m. -- Presentation by Guest Lecturer with questions to follow

Last Updated on September 1st, 2016 10:49 am by admin
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Welcome
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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