FEATURING Sponsored by: In Cooperation With: 2009 PROGRAM November 4-6, 2009 Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC HOSTED BY PRESENTED BY PLATINUM SPONSORS Commercial Buildings Program Association of Energy Engineers Industrial Program CONFERENCE OPENING CEREMONIES Opening Session: New Directions in Energy • Wednesday, November 4, 2009 • 8:45 – 11:25 am • Ballroom A Chair: DAVID E. SPEISER, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) 8:45-9:15 am 9:15-9:25 am 9:25-10:10 am 10:10-10:35 am The National Quintet Welcome from AEE A Vision for Energy SAIC Welcome of the 257th Army ALBERT THUMANN, P.E., C.E.M., Independence, Jobs, JOSEPH W. CRAVER, III, Band and the Armed Executive Director, and National Wealth Group President, Forces Colorguard Association of Energy Engineers ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR., Science Applications Environmental Activist International Corporation (SAIC) and Attorney CO N F E R E N C E - AT - A - G L A N C E WEDNESDAY / NOVEMBER 4, 2009 / CONCURRENT SESSIONS / 2:30 – 4:30 PM Energy Policy Energy Policy Government Energy Management Government Energy Management TRACKS A-G (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) How to Leverage Energy Policy Green Jobs Federal Government— Water Sessions A1-G1 & Regulatory Changes Providing a More Energy Efficient Management & Sustainable Future High Performance Industrial Energy Industrial Energy Energy TRACKS H-N Buildings Management Management Management Benchmarking Energy Performance Industrial Process Industrial Energy Lessons Learned Sessions H1-N1 Case Studies—Using ENERGY STAR Optimization Case Studies Management Strategy from Around the World Portfolio Manager THURSDAY / NOVEMBER 5, 2009 / CONCURRENT SESSIONS / 9:00 – 11:00 AM Energy Policy Energy Policy Government Energy Management Government Energy Management TRACKS A-G (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) Federal Buildings Smart Selecting Smart Smart Sessions A2-G2 Challenges & Grid ESCOs Metering Opportunities High Performance Industrial Energy Industrial Energy Energy TRACKS H-N Buildings Management Management Management Insulation, the Proven But Forgotten Process & Energy Optimization: Integrating Climate How to Finance Sessions H2-N2 Technology for Energy Efficiency & How to Increase Your Savings Strategy in Corporate Energy Your Energy Projects in Conservation & Emission Reduction by 4X Managers Programs Uncertain Economic Times THURSDAY / NOVEMBER 5, 2009 / CONCURRENT SESSIONS / 2:30 – 4:30 PM Energy Policy Energy Policy Government Energy Management Government Energy Management TRACKS A-G (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) City, State, & Local Stimulus Funding, DoD Services Low Cost/No Cost Sessions A3-G3 Energy Management Taxes & Carbon Reduction Energy Programs Credits High Performance Industrial Energy Industrial Energy Energy TRACKS H-N Buildings Management Management Management Energy Conservation Best Practices Fortune 500 Energy Sessions H3-N3 for Hospitals in Compressed Air Showcase Services FRIDAY / NOVEMBER 6, 2009 / CONCURRENT SESSIONS / 9:00 – 11:00 AM Energy Policy Government Energy Management Government Energy Management TRACKS A-G (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) (FEMWorks) The Business Programmatic Energy Management: Sessions A4-G4 of Smart Energy Approaches to Reducing A Federal Perspective Energy Consumption High Performance Industrial Energy Industrial Energy Energy TRACKS H-N Buildings Management Management Management Lighting & Industrial Achieving Energy Demand Response Sessions H4-N4 Energy Efficient Energy Efficiency Savings in Industry Success Stories Sustainable Buildings Bronze Sponsor Government Energy Leaders 10:35-11:00 am 11:00-11:25 am Getting Down To Business— New Administration, New Congress— Making Things Happen and ARRA New Direction in Energy Policy MATT ROGERS, C. KYLE SIMPSON, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Policy Director, Energy for the Recovery Act, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP U.S. Department of Energy Red Star Corporate Energy Leaders 14 CONCURRENT CONFERENCE TRACKS Energy Management Carbon Green Basics Reduction Buildings Lighting: Policies, Programs, Update on LEED Back to Basics & Technologies Certification Program White Star Corporate Energy Leaders Superior Energy Renewable Alternative Energy & Performance Energy Distributed Generation Raytheon’s Enterprise Challenges Facing Renewable Energy— CHP & DGEN Energy Management Program Transforming a 20th Century T&D Intrastructure EVENT SPONSORS Networking Reception New Technologies 14 CONCURRENT CONFERENCE TRACKS and Banquet Breakfast Energy Management Carbon Green Basics Reduction Buildings Saving Energy Carbon Reduction Green School Japan Green Technology & Energy Pavilion and Policy and Technology Breakfast in HVAC Systems Success Stories Initiatives Superior Energy Renewable Alternative Energy & Opening Session Coffee Banquet Entertainment Performance Energy Distributed Generation Achieving Energy Maximizing Benefits District Excellence of Renewable Energy Energy Exhibit Hall Coffee Attendee Bags 14 CONCURRENT CONFERENCE TRACKS Lanyards Energy Management Carbon Green Basics Reduction Buildings Energy Auditing— Strategies to Reduce Green Matching the Audit Carbon Footprint Data Centers to the Goal MEDIA SPONSORS Building Operating Management Magazine Compressed Air Best Practices Superior Energy Renewable Alternative Energy & Distributed Energy Magazine Performance Energy Distributed Generation enerG Magazine National Insulation Association Project Energy Savers Energy Efficiency Geothermal Solar Sustainable Facility Success Stories Applications Earthtoys COSPONSORS American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) Alliance to Save Energy Alternative & Renewable Energy Development Institute 13 CONCURRENT CONFERENCE TRACKS (AREDI) Architects Newspaper Energy Management Carbon Green Automated Buildings Council of Industrial Boiler Owners (CIBO) Basics Reduction Buildings Geothermal National & International Initiative (GEO-NII) Greenbiz.com Energy Efficient Carbon Existing Building Greenbuild.com HVAC Methodology Reduction Commissioning International District Energy Association International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) Lonmark International New Jersey Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability Superior Energy Renewable Alternative Energy & (NJHEPS) Performance Energy Distributed Generation Recharge Magazine Schoolfacilities.com Perspectives on Turning Waste Solar Energy Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) United States Energy Association (USEA) Energy Management into Energy Success Stories U.S. Combined Heat & Power Association (USCHPA) U.S. Green Building Council–National Capital Chapter Speaker/Press Room 102B NOVEMBER 4, 2009 — 2:30 – 4:30 PM — WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON TRACK A TRACK B TRACK C TRACK D TRACK E TRACK F TRACK G ENERGY ENERGY GOV. ENERGY GOV. ENERGY ENERGY CARBON GREEN POLICY POLICY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT REDUCTION BUILDINGS (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) BASICS SESSION A1 SESSION B1 SESSION C1 SESSION D1 SESSION E1 SESSION F1 SESSION G1 ROOM 201 ROOM 202A ROOM 202B ROOM 203AB ROOM 204A ROOM 204B ROOM 204C How to Leverage Green Federal Gov.— Water Lighting: Policies, Update Energy Policy Jobs Providing a More Management Back to Programs, on LEED & Regulatory Energy Efficient & Basics & Certification Sustainable Future Changes Technologies Program Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: CLAY CROWNOVER, MONICA HALE, PHILIP W. Le GRAND, KATE L. McMORDIE JOHN L. FETTERS., STEPHEN A. ROOSA, NICK J. STECKY, C.E.M., Policy Manager, Sustainability Director, C.E.M., B.E.P., C.E.P., STOUGHTON, C.E.M., C.E.M., C.L.E.P., C.E.A., Ph.D., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., LEED AP, Resource Alliance to Save Energy Science Applications C.D.S.M., C.S.D.P., Senior LEED AP, Program Dir.– President, Effective C.D.S.M., Account Efficiency Manager, International Account Mgr., Southern Resource Effic. Mgmt., Lighting Solutions Executive, Energy Sain Engineering Corporation (SAIC) California Edison Sain Engineering Systems Group Associates, Inc. Associates, Inc. 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm Reduction of Building 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm Energy Efficiency The Reality of Green Energy Use at the USPS Federal Energy Electronic Ballasts Approaches to Carbon Achieving Maximum Opportunities in the Jobs in the U.S. 2009 ROBERT K. McNIECE, Management Program– MICHAEL J. SMITH, Reduction for Energy Points for LEED American Recovery & ROGER BEZDEK, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, Water Efficiency Manager, Ballast Sales Sustainable & Energy Certification—The River Reinvestment Act President, Manager, Energy Program Development, GE Efficient Facilities Resource Center Case WILLIAM R. PRINDLE, Management Information Program Management, WILLIAM LINTNER, Consumer & Industrial STEPHEN A. ROOSA, Study Vice President, Services, Inc. U.S. Postal Service C.M.V.P., Federal Water Ph.D., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., BILL AMANN, P.E., ICF International Coordinator, U.S. DOE C.D.S.M., Acct. Executive, LEED AP, President, 3:00-3:30 pm Energy Systems Group M&E Engineers, Inc. Matching Agency Mission 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm to Energy Goals — A 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm Energy Efficiency & The District of Pathway to Success Maximizing Water Energy Sustainable Fluorescent The Perfect Storm for LEED V3 2009 & Beyond Global Warming Policy Columbia’s Approach to STEPHEN E. Mgmt. at the City of Lamp Solutions Energy Efficiency JASON KLIWINSKI, AIA, DAVID WOOLEY, Conducting a Green Jobs BUTTERWORTH, Regional Cleveland Div. of Water JOHN L. FETTERS., ROBERT J. DIXON, LEED AP, Director of Vice President, Demand Study Energy Program Coord., CARL W. EGER, III, C.E.M., C.L.E.P., C.E.A., Senior VP & Global Sustainable Design, The Energy Foundation HOWARD WAYS, Special National Park Service Energy Manager, Office President, Effective Head, Efficiency & Spiezle Architectural Assistant, AICP–DC of Sustainability, City of Lighting Solutions Sustainability, Siemens Group Office of Planning 3:30-4:00 pm Cleveland Industry, Inc. GSA’s Interdisciplinary 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm Planning for High 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm Upcoming Policy & Getting the Right People Performance Marshall Space Flight Lighting Surveys & Audits: The Critical Role of Sustainability Actions by Regulatory Changes in to Advance GE’s Position KATHLEEN CRUISE, Center Water Efficiency Recent Lessons Learned Green Buildings in an Leading Corporations the Energy Field (From as a Leader in Green Pacific Rim Region, Initiatives MATTHEW FETTERS, Effective Urban Climate MICHAEL ARNY P.E., the State Perspective) Innovation Senior Asset Manager, KATE L. McMORDIE Project Manager, and Change Initiative MSME, LEED AP, JEFF GENZER, MARK M. LITTLE, Portfolio Management STOUGHTON, C.E.M., JOHN L. FETTERS., ARUN JHAVERI, Ph.D., President, General Counsel, SVP Global Research, Division, U.S. GSA LEED AP, Prog. Dir.— C.E.M., C.L.E.P., C.E.A., C.S.D.P., Senior Advisor/ Leonardo Academy Inc. National Association of General Electric Resource Effic. Mgmt., Sain President, Effective Consultant, Arun Jhaveri State Energy Officials 4:00-4:30 pm Engineering Assoc., Inc. Lighting Solutions & Associates Resource Efficiency 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm Managers—Human 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm Using Energy Savings Recruiting for the New Performance Contracts Federal Water Efficiency Lighting Controls: Carbon Footprints for Get Green by Going Performance Contracts Green Jobs Era — So STEPHEN P. SAIN, P.E., Case Study– Effective Applications for Wastewater Plant & Green—Congress Extends to Leverage Federal What is New? C.E.M., C.M.V.P., B.E.P., Saving Water Saves Saving Energy Landfills Energy Efficiency Tax Energy Policy & Funding JOSEPH AMARA, M.S., C.E.P., President, Sain Taxpayers’ Dollars DAVID WEIGAND, LC, WAYNE E. McFARLAND, Benefits to 2013 Initiatives Senior Consultant, Engineering Assoc., Inc. PAUL E. BASSETT, Product Manager of P.E., C.E.M., C.R.M., JULIO P. GONZALEZ, DON GILLIGAN, Alternative Energy LEED AP, Vice President, Energy Management LEED AP, Principal, CEO, Engineered Tax President, Practice Lead, 4:30-5:00 pm Water Savers, LLC Controls, Leviton GHD, Inc. Services, Inc. NAESCO The Lucas Group Energy Management: Lighting Management Executive Search Firm Providing a Sustainable Systems Future for Federal Government SUSAN SHARESHIAN, Business Development Solutions Manager, Cisco Systems, Inc. AEE Books New Technologies Conference Attendee Be sure to visit the AEE Books booth to see the lat- Breakfast Networking Luncheon est energy efficiency, power, renewable and facili- Wednesday, November 4, 2009 WHEN: ties management professional reference books. 7:45-9:00 am • Room 207A • FREE Wednesday, November 4, 2009 • 12:00 noon Special show pricing is available. 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TRACK H TRACK I TRACK J TRACK K TRACK L TRACK M TRACK N HIGH INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIAL ENERGY SUPERIOR RENEWABLE ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE ENERGY ENERGY MANAGEMENT ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY BUILDINGS MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE & DGEN SESSION H1 SESSION I1 SESSION J1 SESSION K1 SESSION L1 SESSION M1 SESSION N1 ROOM 208AB ROOM 207B ROOM 207A ROOM 206 ROOM 209C ROOM 209B ROOM 209A Benchmarking Industrial Industrial Lessons Raytheon’s Challenges Facing CHP Energy Perf. Case Process Energy Learned from Enterprise Renewable Energy— & Studies—Using Transforming a ENERGY STAR Optimization Management Around the Energy Mgmt. 20th Century T&D DGEN Portfolio Manager Case Studies Strategy World Program Infrastructure Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chairs: ROBERT D. SAUCHELLI, KEN PATTERSON, BRAD C. RUNDA, P.E., THOMAS M. GIFFIN, DAVID R. CHAMBERLAIN, CHARLES W. ROBERT LORAND, National Program Chief Energy Advocate, Energy Manager, P.E., LEED AP, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., LINDERMAN, Senior Project Manager, Manager, U.S. EPA Advanced Energy Saint-Gobain Corporation Assistant Vice President/ Principal Energy Staff to ACORE Electric and JOSEPH M. COHEN, ENERGY STAR Innovations Program Manager, Engineer, Raytheon Services Committee, Science Applications Science Applications Company, Integrated ACORE International International Defense Systems Corporation (SAIC) Corporation (SAIC) 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-4:30 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm Using ENERGY STAR Use EPAct to Optimize How We Used ENERGY ESCOs Around the During this session Smart Grid: A Key to CHP—Why Post Portfolio Manager to Your Industrial Project’s STAR to Save World: Lessons Learned members of Raytheon’s Managing Increasing Installation Analysis is Benchmark, Measure, & Economics TRISTA CLAXON, MBA, in 49 Countries Enterprise Energy Team Grid Variability Critical Improve Building KEN PATTERSON, PMP, Manager of SHIRLEY J. HANSEN, will provide an overview BRENDAN HERRON, RAFAEL NEGRON, Efficiency Chief Energy Advocate, Strategic Projects, Ph.D., C.M.V.P., CEO, of it’s nationally V.P.–Corporate C.E.M., B.E.P., JONATHAN B. TODD, Advanced Energy FetterGroup Hansen Associates, Inc. recognized energy Development & Principal, Norgen LEED AP, Regional Sales Innovations conservation program, Strategy, Consulting Group, Inc. Manager–Sustainability including how the CURRENT Group, LLC Services, Johnson company achieved a Controls 38% reduction in greenhouse gas 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm emissions per dollar 3:00-3:30 pm Partners in Energy Maintain It & Save Engaging PepsiCo’s The Interface of Global Smart Grid: revenue between 2002 CHP Applications for JOHN H. HARVEY, CPM, PETER C. TOUSLEY, Supply Chain to Deliver Warming Solutions and and 2008. Transforming the High Temperature Fuel Regional Manager, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Energy Savings Through Economic Development Electric Supply Chain Cells Central Region, ABM President, Resource Conservation Panelists: BRACKEN HENDRICKS, Douglas Jester, CHRIS PAIS, P.E., Engineering Services TCorp Inc. ERIC P. BATTINO, Senior Fellow, DAVID R. CHAMBERLAIN, Solution Architect– D.G.C.P., Manager, PepsiCo Supplier P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Center for American Global Energy & Applications Sustainability Manager, Progress Principal Energy Utilities Practice, Engineering, PepsiCo, Inc. Engineer, Raytheon Verizon Business FuelCell Energy Company, Integrated 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm Defense Systems 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm Benchmarking Energy Be Green—Save Water— Energy Management for Sustainable Smart Grid: Wind & Solar Hybrid Performance Eliminate Scale— 2015 Development in Energy STEVEN J. FUGARAZZO, Applications Under Dispatchable Power ED SCHLECT, P.E., Reduce Your Water & RICHARD MARKLEIN, Sector of Brazil Facilities Engineering Development by the System C.E.M., G.B.E., Energy Costs! Director of Global JORGE ALBERTO Manager, Raytheon City of Austin MARK KAPNER, P.E., Executive Vice MARK WILSON, Energy Services, ALCALA VELA, Company, Integrated Michael Webber, Ph.D., Senior Strategy Engineer, President, Advantage IQ CG Solutions Kimberly-Clark Engineer, Eletrobras Defense Systems University of Texas at Austin Energy Corporation Austin TRACY L. FIALLI, 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm Senior Energy Engineer, 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm GreenQuest– A Best Practice Strategies for Energy Assessment of Title Raytheon Company, Panel Discussion Where Can a Solar Benchmarking Made Approach: How to Plan, Sustainability Power Integrated Defense System Generate a Simple Execute, & Thrive in the KEN RODEN, BINOY K. CHOUDHURY, Systems Quicker Payback— STEVEN D. HEINZ, P.E., “Changing” World of Nissan North America, Ph.D., C.E.M., Assistant California or the Mid- C.E.M., CEO, Energy Management, Inc. Professor, IISWBM REESE BRENTZEL, P.E., Atlantic? Good Steward Software, Energy Efficiency, & C.E.M., G.B.E., NCS Senior KERINIA CUSICK, LLC Climate Change Energy Engineer, Renewable Energy C. NICHOLAS SPATES, Raytheon Company, Consultant, Syn-Dex Senior Vice President, Network Centric Consulting Modular Process Systems Control, LLC Exhibit Hall AEE Annual International Awards Banquet WEEC 2009 Networking Wednesday, November 4, 2009 Exhibit Hours Reception BANQUET RECEPTION • 6:00 – 7:00 pm • Prefunction Area/Ballroom A AEE ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET • 7:00 – 10:00 pm • Ballroom A Wednesday Wednesday Sponsored by: November 4, 2009 November 4, 2009 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Exhibit Hall D Sponsored by: Thursday Banquet entertainment sponsored by: November 5, 2009 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Speaker/Press Room 102B NOVEMBER 5, 2009 — 9:00 – 11:00 AM — THURSDAY MORNING TRACK A TRACK B TRACK C TRACK D TRACK E TRACK F TRACK G ENERGY ENERGY GOV. ENERGY GOV. ENERGY ENERGY CARBON GREEN POLICY POLICY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT REDUCTION BUILDINGS (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) BASICS SESSION A2 SESSION B2 SESSION C2 SESSION D2 SESSION E2 SESSION F2 SESSION G2 ROOM 201 ROOM 202A ROOM 202B ROOM 203AB ROOM 204A ROOM 204B ROOM 204C Federal Smart Selecting Smart Saving Energy Carbon Green Buildings Grid Smart Metering in HVAC Reduction School Challenges & ESCOs Systems Success Initiatives Opportunities Stories Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: MILLARD E. CARR, P.E., CLARK W. GELLINGS, DARRELL MITCHELL, CURT PHILLIPS, C.E.M., GARY D. HOGSETT, P.E., PETER J. GARFORTH, RICHARD J. COSTELLO, C.E.M., Vice President, P.E., Vice President- Vice President, C.M.V.P., C.E.M., LC, LEED AP, P.E., Principal, Garforth P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Operations, Technology, Project Development, Senior Energy Engineer, Sr. Energy Management International LLC President, Acela Energy Sain Engineering Electric Power Research Benham/ SAIC NORESCO Specialist, Mid-America Group, Inc. Associates, Inc. Institute Mfg. Technology Center 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-11:00 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am Energy Security— Southern California SAIC is proud to be Overview of Smart Multiple-Zone HVAC: Assessing Legislative Economic Renewable How is DoD Pursuing Edison’s Smart Grid hosting the Selecting Metering An Obsolete Template Climate Risk for Energy Generation This End-State PERCY HARALSON, Smart ESCOs panel CURT PHILLIPS, C.E.M., DONALD R. Manufacturing Sites System & Education BRIAN J. LALLY, P.E., Manager Field discussion. Join us and C.M.V.P., WULFINGHOFF, P.E., PATRICK JACKSON, Program for Our Nation’s Facility Energy Director, Technologies, hear from industry Senior Energy Engineer, President, Global Energy Manager, Schools Headquarters, Southern California experts covering the NORESCO Wulfinghoff Energy Corning Incorporated GARY WESTERHOLM, U.S. Air Force/A7CAE Edison entire range of issues Services, Inc. Special Advisor, Project and opportunities Evergreen Schools associated with the 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am selection of Energy 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am The FEMP ONCOR’s Smart Grid Services Companies Success Stories in Energy Savings Through The Journey to the Marking Energy Energy Program & BILL E. MUSTON, most suited to your Cutting Facility Energy Economizing— Competitive Zero Attributes at Schools Implementation of Manager, Research and organization’s needs. Costs Using Electric Knowing the Emissions Auto Plant MEL JONES, President Legislation for All Development, ONCOR This panel will discuss Submeters Opportunity BRUCE BREMER, and CEO, Federal Agencies Electric Delivery the identification of JACK GROUP, Eastern RUSS McINTOSH, P.E., C.E.M., Manager, Facility Sterling Planet BRAD GUSTAFSON, energy projects, Regional Manager, C.E.M., Senior Energy Engineering, Toyota Manager, implementation, and E-Mon, LLC Engineer, Sebesta North America U.S. DOE, FEMP measurement and Blomberg & Associates, verification. Inc. 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am Panelists: 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am Making Sure Energy CenterPoint’s Smart Grid BILL WALLEMON, Integration of Energy Heat Recovery in Central From Energy Efficiency Tools, Techniques, and Projects Work DON CORTEZ, Energy Manager, Management, Electrical Heating & Cooling Plants to Sustainability Strategies for High JOHN GRABOWSKI, Vice President, Ford Motor Company Submetering, & Time RICHARD D. HERMANS, MARC BLANCHARD, Performance, Energy Senior Consultant, Operations Technology, Sensitive Pricing in a P.E., HFDP, Global Energy Demand Efficient HVAC Solutions American Energy CenterPoint Energy, Inc. CDR BRAD HANCOCK, Large Res. Community Director of Applications, Leader, Owens Corning in Schools Partners CEC, U.S. Navy Utilizing Wireless McQuay International MAUREEN J. LALLY, Communications—Phase Vice President, TIM DAVIDICK, II Americas Marketing, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., HERBERT E. HIRSCHFELD, Trane Commercial Managing Director, P.E., C.E.M., CCP, Systems ADM Micro Principal, Herbert E. Hirschfeld 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am Using LEED to Facilitate Salt River Project’s Smart Government Resource The Basics of Thermal Guelph Community Vertical Axis Wind the EISA Goal of Zero Grid Information Systems Storage Systems: Energy Plan—From Turbine & Thin Film Fossil Fuel Use in New JOSEPH M. NOWACZYK, BRIAN LENANE, The Financial & Vision to Execution Solar Project—New Federal Buildings Manager, Senior Principal/ Environmental Benefits ROB KERR, Bedford Technical DANIEL L. BRILLER, Electronic Systems, Strategic Initiatives, GUY FRANKENFIELD, Community Energy Plan Vocational High School P.E., LEED AP, Salt River Project SRA International P.E., Manager of TES & Program Manager, RICHARD J. COSTELLO, Senior Environmental Biofuels Market, City of Guelph, P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., Engineer, Natgun Corporation Environmental Services President, Acela Energy Booz Allen Hamilton Group, Inc. Energy Policy: Impact on the Energy Industry DOE A program for women professionals and women-owned companies Save Energy Now Awards Thursday, November 5, 2009 • 7:30–9:00 am • Room 306 Thursday, November 5, 2009 • 12:00 noon Join us for a free breakfast and roundtable discussion with women in the energy and environmental fields, and to network with your peers. This meeting is present- Exhibit Hall Luncheon Area ed by the Council on Women in Energy & Environmental Leadership (CWEEL). Save Energy Now is a national initiative of DOE’s This group is being organized to develop a prominent voice for women in the indus- Industrial Technologies Program (ITP) to drive a 25% try and in AEE. Its goals are to provide representation of women in industry-related reduction in industrial energy intensity over 10 years. policy issues to secure a future in energy-related technical fields for women by supporting training, education, Through Save Energy Now, ITP conducts no-cost ener- and mentoring of young girls and women; and to contribute to the advancement of women in leadership positions gy assessments at U.S. manufacturing facilities to throughout the industry. identify ways to reduce energy use in key industrial Panelists: energy systems. Individual plants and companies are Stacy Angel, Program Manager, Climate Protection Partnerships Division, U.S. EPA being rewarded for actively pursuing energy-saving Aleisha Kahn, Executive Director, Building Codes Assistance Project opportunities identified through a Save Energy Now Shelley N. Fidler, Principal, Managing Director, Environmental and Governmental Resources energy assessment. Jennifer A. Schafer, President, Cascade Associates Note: Program subject to change. TRACK H TRACK I TRACK J TRACK K TRACK L TRACK M TRACK N HIGH INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIAL ENERGY SUPERIOR RENEWABLE ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE ENERGY ENERGY MANAGEMENT ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY & BUILDINGS MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE DGEN SESSION H2 SESSION I2 SESSION J2 SESSION K2 SESSION L2 SESSION M2 SESSION N2 ROOM 208AB ROOM 207B ROOM 207A ROOM 206 ROOM 209C ROOM 209B ROOM 209A Insulation, the Proven Process & Energy Integrating Climate How to Finance but Forgotten Achieving Maximizing District Technology for Energy Optimization (PEO): Strategy in Your Energy Energy Benefits of Energy Efficiency & How to Increase Corporate Energy Projects in Conservation & Your Savings by 4X Managers Uncertain Excellence Renewable Emission Reduction Programs Economic Times Energy Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: RON KING, Past WALTER P. SMITH, JR., MARTY BROWN, SHIRLEY J. HANSEN, GEORGE R. OWENS, LINDSAY P. AUDIN, JOSEPH C. HOOSE, President & Consultant, C.E.M., President, Global Energy & Ph.D., C.M.V.P., P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, President, National Insulation CEO, & Founder, Climate Change CEO, C.D.P., LEED AP, President, Cool Systems, Inc. Association Energy Technology Program, Hansen Associates, Inc. President, Energy Energywiz, Inc. Services International, Pfizer, Inc. and Engineering Inc. Solutions, Inc. 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am Insulation, the Proven An Overview of the PEO Blending Climate Project Financing— Survey of Best Practices Profiting from PV- The Impact of Efficiency but Forgotten Technology Approach Strategy into a Corporate Your Engineer Can Help! in Corporate Energy Assisted Pumping Gains on Reducing for Energy Conservation WALTER P. SMITH, JR., Energy Program JAMES W. BROWN, P.E., Management PAUL C. SWEETWOOD, Emissions and Fuel & Emission Reduction C.E.M., President, STEVEN J. FUGARAZZO, President, Energy WILLIAM R. PRINDLE, P.E., Vice President, Costs at UT Austin RON KING, Past CEO, & Founder, Facilities Engineering Systems Associates, Inc. Vice President Energy/ Utilities RYAN THOMPSON P.E., President & Consultant, Energy Technology Manager, Raytheon ICF International Services Division, Project Manager, Utilities National Insulation Services International, Company, Integrated T&M Associates and Energy Management, Association Inc. Defense Systems University of Texas at Austin 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am National Institute of Applying PEO Concepts Energy Strategy Buying Down the Cost of Energy Optimization Is Real Time Pricing Maximizing Chilled Building Sciences, to a Complex Cogen Incorporates Climate Renewable with Drives Operational Right for Solar PV? Water Production with Mechanical Insulation Project STEVE COPPINGER, Efficiency Savings Excellence, Regulatory JEFFREY PERLMAN, Multiple Chiller Plants Design Guide JOHN MOYNIHAN, P.E., Director, PATRICK THOMPSON, Compliance, & C.E.M., C.E.A., LEED AP, on a Campus Loop in CHRIS P. CRALL, P.E., Senior Project Manager— Energy Services, President & CEO, Environmental President, Bright Power, New York City Principal, Burrstone Cogen Project, CalPortland Company EnergyWorks Stewardship Inc., ANDREW J. TIM ANGERAME, Ccrall Consulting Bette & Cring SCOTT BECKETT, McNAMARA, C.E.M., C.E.M., Sales Engineer, Construction Group, LLC President, C.E.A., LEED AP, Energy Utilities Program and Q4 Energy Solutions Engineer, Bright Power, Metering II Inc., and LINDSAY P. AUDIN, C.E.M., C.E.P., LEED AP, President, Energywiz, Inc. 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am North American PEO Implementation Merck’s Sustainability Performance Operationalizing Campus & Community: CHP and District Energy, Insulation Mfrs., 3E Plus Success at BASF Strategy Contracting: Global Management Systems for Adopting Renewables in Your Most Efficient Comprehensive EM Agriculture R&D Center ROBERT COLUCCI, Solutions to Energy & Energy Efficiency & a College Setting Source Software Program DAVID BROAD, Site C.R.M., Director, Environmental Needs in Renewables JOHN NETTLETON, JOSEPH C. HOOSE, CHARLES C. COTTRELL, Facility Manager & Global Energy & Asset a Financial Crisis JOHN R. SAAMS, P.E., MCP, Senior Lecturer, President, VP, Tech. Svcs., North Energy Leader, Management, PIERRE BAILLARGEON, C.E.M., G.B.E., Senior Department of City & Cool Systems, Inc. American Insulation BASF Agricultural Merck & Co., Inc. P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Account Executive, Regional Planning, Manufacturers Assn. Products Research Vice President, Econoler NORESCO, LLC Cornell University 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am Insulation Systems PEOs at Navistar & How How Managing Climate Investing in Greenfield Inside the World’s Getting the Best Deals Innovative MASDAR Management—An to Quickly Identify/ will Require Good Energy Energy Projects: What Greenest Building When Buying Green District Cooling Strategy Opportunity to Improve Fund Energy Savings Management at are Financiers Looking STEVEN RIBEIRO, Energy in the Middle East Operations & Receive a JACK SHIH, P.E., ArcelorMittal for Today? Principal, KENNETH IVANIC, SUBHASH BHATIA, P.E., Return on Your Invest. Director, LARRY F. FABINA, STEPHEN P. ROCHEREAU, Aldeia, LLC Vice President, C.E.M., LEED AP, MS, PMP, RON KING, Past Pres. & Environmental & Energy Manager of Continuous Managing Director, Environmental Markets, CH2M Hill Project Manager Consultant, National Affairs, Navistar, Inc. Improvement, National Capital World Energy –District Cooling, Masdar Insulation Association ArcelorMittal USA Merchant Banking, LLC Development FREE Policy and Technology Breakfast AEE National Capital AEE Salutes Thursday, November 5, 2009 • 7:30–9:00 am • Ballroom A Chapter Luncheon Its Corporate Thursday, November 5, 2009 • 12:00 noon • Room 207B Members “Energy Security in a Climate Change Economy” Stop by the AEE This conference attendee luncheon is sponsored by the Membership AEE National Capital Chapter and will feature a special presentation by Brian J. Lally, P.E., Facilities Energy and Booth #263 “Prospects and Challenges for a New Energy Future” Utilities Privitization Director for the Deputy Under and find out why Join the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) for a free breakfast. Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment. your company This breakfast meeting will feature prominent U.S. and Japanese speak- Mr. Lally is responsible for strategy, policy, and advoca- should become ers discussing the potential benefit of energy efficiency, alternative ener- cy of DoD installations energy and utility privatization a Corporate gy, and GHG reduction. programs. This lunch is free for conference attendees. Member. Speaker/Press Room 102B NOVEMBER 5, 2009 — 2:30 – 4:30 PM — THURSDAY AFTERNOON TRACK A TRACK B TRACK C TRACK D TRACK E TRACK F TRACK G ENERGY ENERGY GOV. ENERGY GOV. ENERGY ENERGY CARBON GREEN POLICY POLICY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT REDUCTION BUILDINGS (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) BASICS SESSION A3 SESSION B3 SESSION C3 SESSION D3 SESSION E3 SESSION F3 SESSION G3 ROOM 201 ROOM 202A ROOM 202B ROOM 203AB ROOM 204A ROOM 204B ROOM 204C City, State, & Stimulus DoD Services Low Cost/ Energy Strategies Green Local Energy Funding, Taxes, Energy No Cost Auditing— to Reduce Data Management & Carbon Programs Matching the Carbon Centers Reduction Credits Audit to the Goal Footprint Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: RICHARD G. LUBINSKI, RICHARD J. COSTELLO, BUSTER G. BARKSDALE, JAMES E. WOODS, C.E.M., BILL YOUNGER, C.E.M., ERIC A. WOODROOF, JAMES F. HOLDENER, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., B.E.P., P.E., C.E.M., G.B.E., JR., C.E.M., C.S.D.P., C.S.D.P., Vice President, B.E.P., Manager, Ph.D., C.E.M., C.R.M., P.E., ESE Chief Engineer, C.S.D.P., C.E.A., President, President, Acela Energy Senior Vice President, Business Development, Business Energy CRM Board Chairman, The MITRE Corporation Think Energy Group, Inc. Primary Integration Sain Engineering Management, Founder-www.Profitable- Management, LLC Energy Associates, Inc. Puget Sound Energy GreenSolutions.com 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm Ramping Up Local The Future of Carbon Navy Energy Program Go Green, Get Healthy: Conducting Your Own SunChips from the Sun: An In-Depth Look at Government Energy Compliance WILLIAM F. TAYLER, Low Cost/No Cost Energy Audit Renewable Energy & Power & Cooling Support Management Programs LARRY GOLDENHERSH, C.E.M., Director, Sustainable Solutions at JIM N. PHILLIPS, P.E., Carbon Reduction Systems for Data Centers ANN ELSEN, C.E.M., President & CEO, Department of Navy the Centers for Disease C.E.M., G.B.E., C.E.A., FRED MANER, Senior JOHN P. CILIA, Senior President, Elsen Energy Enviance Shore Energy Office, Control & Prevention Vice President– Engineer, Energy & Consultant, Data Center Associates, LLC Naval Facilities LIZ YORK, A.I.A., LEED Engineering, Utilites Group, Lab Services, IBM-Systems Engineering Command AP, Chief Sustainability Independent Energy Frito-Lay, Inc. and Technology Group Officer, Centers for Alternatives Disease Control & Prevention 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm Dynamic Energy Update on Carbon Humor in Saving Energy Finding and Defining Top 10 Opportunities in An Exposition of Improving Data Center Management: Portfolio Reduction Credits DON JUHASZ, P.E., Conservation Measures Industrial Plants Implemented Emission Efficiency for the City of Seattle ALEXANDER SHEETS, C.E.M., DLA Energy KEVIN VIDMAR, MS, GARY D. HOGSETT, P.E., Reduction Projects— SEAN F. ANDERSON, HARRY INDIG, PMP, Account Manager, Resource Manager, C.R.M., C.E.M., C.E.A., C.E.M., LC, LEED AP, Experiences & Lessons C.E.M., CPE, C.E.A., Senior System Energy World Energy U.S. Army Headquarters Vice President, Senior Energy AL CHAN, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President Engineer, KDS Energy Services, Management Specialist, Managing Scientist & Facilities & Director of Alternative Energy, LLC Loureiro Engineering Mid-America Technologist, Green Initiatives, Mass Associates Manufacturing The AES Corporation Mutual Financial Group Technology Center 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm The Illinois Smart Doing Business Air Force Energy Strategy Low Cost/No Cost Audits to Action Leads to Fordham University: A Passively Cooled Data Energy Design with the Federal CATHERINE A. FAIRLIE, Simple Easy Ways to ENERGY STAR at JC Case Study on Reducing Centers Assistance Center Government RA, Chief, Save Energy Penney the Carbon Footprint JAMIL R. SCOTT, DONALD FOURNIER, BILL GORMLEY, Energy Management JACK AMES, P.E., CHARLEY HAUPT, MARCO VALERA, Vice Principal Information Chair, Building Research President & CEO, Branch, Problem Solving Principal, President, Facilities Systems Engineer, Council, The Washington HQ USAF Engineer New Energy Management, Fordham The MITRE Corporation University of Illinois Management Group Technology, Inc. University, and NATALE DiDONATO, C.R.M., Director, Energy Services, Luthin Associates 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm Technological & Applying for Renewable Panel Discussion Targeted Auditing Based Plug in to Power Down: Energy Efficient Data Investment Reasons to Energy Cash Grants on Substation Load Opportunities to Reduce Centers Separated Hot & Require Net Zero Energy PAUL LUKITSCH, JEFFREY D. MITCHELL, the Carbon Footprint Cold Aisle Technology Today Regional Facilities P.E., C.E.M., Through JEFF SLOAN, P.E., JOHN KENNEDY, P.E., Manager, Millipore Supervising Engineer, Telecommunication- LEED AP, Design Senior Manager, Corporation Business Energy Based Solutions Manager, Autodesk Management, BRUCE MEHLMAN, McKinstry Co. Puget Sound Energy Co-Chairman, Internet Innovation Alliance FREE Workshops FREE Poster Sessions Wednesday, November 4, 2009 / 10:00 am – 6:00 pm held in Exhibit Hall Thursday, November 5, 2009 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Exhibit Hall D — Walter E. Washington Convention Center As an attendee at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC), you are invited to learn about the latest new products, services, and solutions Complementing this year’s World Energy Engineering Congress conference, ex- by attending the interactive 20-minute exhibit hall workshop presenta- position, and related events, this year’s poster sessions will provide an opportu- tions held Wednesday, November 4, and Thursday, November 5, which nity for authors, session presenters, conference attendees, and exhibit hall visi- are offered at no cost. There will be two areas located in the rear of the tors to interact, and give and receive ideas on a one-on-one informal basis. expo hall labeled Presentation Area 1 and Presentation Area 2. Please refer to the signage in the workshop presentation area for the complete Presenters will be available for Q&A: schedule of topics, speakers, and times. Wednesday from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm and from 4:30 – 5:30 pm Thursday from 11:00 am – 12:00 noon and from 1:30 – 2:30 pm Note: Program subject to change. TRACK H TRACK I TRACK J TRACK K TRACK L TRACK M TRACK N HIGH INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIAL ENERGY SUPERIOR RENEWABLE ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE ENERGY ENERGY MANAGEMENT ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY & BUILDINGS MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE DGEN SESSION H3 SESSION I3 SESSION J3 SESSION K3 SESSION L3 SESSION M3 SESSION N3 ROOM 208AB ROOM 207B ROOM 207A ROOM 206 ROOM 209C ROOM 209B ROOM 209A Energy Best Practices Fortune Energy Energy Geothermal Solar Conservation in Compessed 500 Services Efficiency Applications for Hospitals Air Showcase Success Stories Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: STEVEN C. GANZER, RODERICK SMITH, LARRY F. FABINA, KEITH A. WILLIS, Ph.D., TIMOTHY B. JANOS, JACK P. DiENNA, JR., KATHLEEN STAHL, P.E., President, Publisher, Manager of Continuous C.E.M., B.E.P., C.S.D.P., C.E.M., B.E.P., C.D.S.M., Executive Director, C.E.M.,Demand Side SEE Solutions, Inc. Compressed Air Best Improvement, New Technologies C.S.D.P., C.E.A., Geothermal National & Management & Energy Practices Magazine ArcelorMittal USA Leader, Trane USA President, Spectrum International Initiative Efficiency, Progress Energy Concepts, Inc. Energy Carolinas 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm 2:30-3:00 pm Difficulties of Achieving Advances in Air How Toyota Approaches Riding the Next Wave of Developing a Voluntary Reviewing Real World Evaluating the Economics 30% Better Than Compressor Automation Industrial Lighting New Energy Manufacturing Plant Commercial Geothermal of Solar Applications for ASHRAE 90.1 for are Reducing Energy Efficiency Technologies for High Energy-Efficiency Heat Pump Applications Commercial & Industrial Hospitals Consumption BRADLEY J. REED, Performance Buildings Certification Program PHIL RAWLINGS, Facilities JOHN K. PARK, P.E., BILL SCALES, P.E., CEO, C.E.M., C.P.Q., Assistant BOB VORWALD, PAUL SCHEIHING, C.G.D., Director of HENRY M. HEALEY, C.E.M., C.S.D.P., and NIFF AMBROSINO, Project Manager, Toyota Measurement & Technology Manager, Geothermal Services, P.E., President, Florida Portfolio (Energy General Manager, Scales Motor Engineering & Verification Manager, U.S. DOE Trison Construction Inc. Alternative Energy Corp. Program) Manager, Industrial Technologies, Mfg. North America Trane and PAUL McCRONE, Department of Veterans Inc. Economic Analyst, Florida Affairs Alternative Energy Corp., Healey & Associates 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 3:00-3:30 pm Case Studies: Energy Managing Compressed Back to Basics Energy Lessons Learned from a The Certified Energy Combing Split System Solar Re-Roofing of Assessments for Air System Efficiency in Management at Boise Failed Energy Efficiency Manager: How it is Being GSHP Systems & ERV’s: Government Buildings Hospitals—Finding a Global Corporation COLIN MILLER, Project Used in Industry Improve Efficiency & JOHN P. ARCHIBALD, ECMs That WORK DEAN SMITH, Director of Engineering, JOHN M. AVINA, C.E.M., TIMOTHY B. JANOS, Decrease Cost President, JAMES J. PARKER, P.E., President, Boise, Inc. B.E.P., C.S.D.P., C.M.V.P., C.E.M., B.E.P., C.D.S.M., LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON, American Solar, Inc. C.E.M., C.M.V.P., iZ Systems LLC President, C.S.D.P., C.E.A., C.G.D., Mech. Design Engineer, Square D Abraxas Energy President, Spectrum Engineer & Consultant, Engineering Services Consulting Energy Concepts, Inc. U.S. Air Force 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm 3:30-4:00 pm Dehumidification in Compressed Air Leaks— SABIC-IP’s Energy M&V of Energy Overcoming Barriers to Advanced Geoexchange It Takes a Solar Village: Hospital Operating The Myths and The Facts Management Program Efficiency Savings in Increased Energy Utilizing Seasonal The 2009 DOE Solar Rooms HANK P. VAN ORMER, DEBORAH DOWNEY, Industrial Facilities: The Efficiency Projects Underground Thermal Decathlon RAY KERR, President, Global Energy Process Flaw of Using Energy RICHARD J. GOFFI, Energy Storage CASSANDRA President, Air Power USA, Inc. Leader, SABIC Innovative Intensities to Determine Principal, LYNN F. STILES, Ph.D., QUAINTANCE, C.E.M., AC Quest Plastics Savings Booz Allen Hamilton Professor of Physics, LEED AP, MAS, LJ GROBLER, Ph.D., P.E., Richard Stockton Energy Market Segment C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Dir., 4:00-4:30 pm College, NJ Manager, Energy Cybernetics, Saving Energy & Schneider Electric School for Mech. Eng., Improving Comfort at NorthWest University Boeing STEVE TOM, Ph.D., P.E., 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm Director of Tech. Info., 4:00-4:30 pm 4:00-4:30 pm Efficient Lighting The Hidden Costs of Benchmarking to Energy Efficiency Project Automated Logic Corp. Creative Financing or Implementing a Solar in Hospitals Operating Deeper Than Improve Performance Portfolio Buying Comfort Farm on a University EDWIN W. DOVEL, Necessary in Rough THOMAS PAGLIUCO, Management–Linking 4:30-5:00 pm JACK P. DiENNA, JR., Campus Vice President, Vacuum Director of Energy, Strategy & Audit Results Dynamic Data Exchange Executive Director, MICHAEL D. KORNITAS, Public Sector Sales, JESSE KRIVOLAVEK, Schering-Plough JOSEPH BERNATOWICZ, & Dash Board Reporting Geothermal National & C.E.M., LEED AP, Harris Lighting President, Corporation C.E.M., PHILLIP A. COLLINGWOOD, International Initiative Energy Conservation Independent Vacuum Account Engineer, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.E.P., Manager, Solutions, Inc. Booz Allen Hamilton C.S.D.P., Director, Energy Rutgers University & Sust. CB Richards Ellis New at the Career Center — Onsite Industry Expert Wednesday, November 4 and Thursday, November 5, 2009 This year in the Career Center booth we are pleased to have a National Energy Expert available for you to meet: Mark Dillon, President of Natek Energy. Mr. Dillon has over 20 years of energy placement experience. The firm has led energy recruiting activities for one of the largest global energy service providers and has placed over 1,000 energy professionals nationwide. The booth will also contain a diversity of information available to bolster your career, including instructions on how to register for the Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers—the preparatory course for CEM® certification—and how you can possibly enroll for free under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The Association of Energy Engineers has been designated as an Eligible Training Provider for specific energy training in several states at this time. To see if you qualify for training funds, contact your local Workforce Board at www.careeronestop.org/WiaProviderSearch or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Visitors to the Career Center can also broaden their understanding of how to write an effective resume that will be read. Employers who visit the booth will be able to learn winning strategies for recruiting and retaining skilled ener- gy professionals and gain insight for future employement trends in the energy industry. Visit Booth #238 onsite at WEEC for details. Speaker/Press Room 102B NOVEMBER 6, 2009 — 9:00 – 11:00 AM — FRIDAY MORNING TRACK B TRACK C TRACK D TRACK E TRACK F TRACK G ENERGY GOV. ENERGY GOV. ENERGY ENERGY CARBON GREEN POLICY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT REDUCTION BUILDINGS (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) (FEMWORKS) BASICS SESSION B4 SESSION C4 SESSION D4 SESSION E4 SESSION F4 SESSION G4 ROOM 202A ROOM 202B ROOM 203AB ROOM 204A ROOM 204B ROOM 204C The Business Programmatic Energy Energy Carbon Existing of Smart Approaches Management: Efficient Reduction Building to Reducing Energy Energy A Federal HVAC Commissioning Consumption Perspective Methodology Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: CHERYL HEFFT, STEVEN A. PARKER, WILLIAM D. CHVALA, JR., JON R. HAVILAND, P.E., HENRY R. PIO, M.S., MALCOLM E. VERDICT Vice President- P.E., C.E.M., C.E.M., Senior Research C.E.M., G.B.E., Assistant P.E., Senior Engineer, Assistance Director, Sales and Marketing, Program Manager, Engineer, Vice President, Water Department, Energy Systems Richards Energy Pacific Northwest Pacific Northwest Marx/ Okubo Associates City of San Diego Laboratory, Texas A&M Group, Inc. National Laboratory National Laboratory University 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am The U.S. Department Where & How Energy is Renewable Energy in How to Improve Air- The Potential to Reduce Commissioning for of Energy’s Net-Zero Consumed in Federal Fitness Centers Cooled HVAC by 12% CO2 Emissions by Efficiency Energy Commercial Facilities WILLIAM D. CHVALA, JR., TOM B. LOWERY, P.E., Expanding End-Use MARK S. SANKEY, Building Initiative STEVEN A. PARKER, C.E.M., Senior Research LEED AP, Applications of Electricity C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.M.V.P., BRIAN HOLUJ, P.E., C.E.M., Engineer, Director of Energy CLARK W. GELLINGS, CB, Vice President, Commercial Buildings Program Manager, Pacific Northwest Programs, P.E., Vice President- VS Energy, Inc. Specialist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory MACTEC Technology, Electric U.S. DOE National Laboratory Power Research Institute 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am Improving Business New Technologies to A “Variable Speed Sustainability Through Sustainability/Climate Continuous Through Smart Energy & Reduce Energy Use in Everything” Chiller Plant Energy Efficient Central Change Commissioning® of the Environment Federal Facilities for the Navy Plant Chilled Water PETER BELISLE, Dallas/Fort Worth CHRIS O’CONNOR, CHARLIE WILLIAMS, SCOT M. DUNCAN, P.E., Distribution President, International Airport Vice President, Ph.D., Supervisor, Vice President, VERLE A. WILLIAMS, Project & Development JERRY R. DENNIS, Tivoli Strategy, Product Applications Team, Retrofit Originality P.E., C.E.M., C.S.D.P., Services, C.E.M., C.E.P., Energy Management & SWG Lawrence Berkeley Incorporated President, Utility Jones Lang Lasalle Manager, DFW Green, IBM National Laboratory Services Unlimited, Inc. International Airport 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am Making the Most of How ARRA is Reducing Energy Savings Use of Variable Reporting/Registering/ U.S. Army Medical Energy Initiatives Federal Energy Performance Contracting Frequency Drives to Verification of Command Energy EDDIE HICKERSON, Consumption with New Optimize HVAC Systems Greenhouse Gas Efficiency Continuous Staff Marketing BRAD GUSTAFSON, Construction=Energy BRETT RASMUSSEN, Emissions Commissoning® Program Specialist, Manager, Security at White Oak P.E., C.E.M., JAMES HAVEN, C.E.M. JAMES K. BUTTS, C.E.M., Schneider Electric U.S. DOE FEMP PHILLIP L. SMITH, P.E., Utilities/Energy Energy Program C.E.M., C.E.P., G.B.E., Engineer, Manager, C.S.D.P., Director, Nissan North America– U.S. Army Medical Federal Project Canton Command Development, Honeywell Building Solutions SES 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am 10:30-11:00 am The Impact of Energy Solid State Lighting: HOTD Implements GSA Assessment of the Low Achieving Green Results Commissioning of an Escalation Factors on Opportunities, Caveats, Web-Based Energy Delta T Issue in a Chilled by Employing LEED-EB Gold Energy Efficient Project & DOE’s Programs Management System Water Distribution Loop Unconventional Commercial Office Savings MARC LEDBETTER, MICHAEL RICHARD CHANGLIN SUN, Ph.D., Technologies in Central Building CARL TETER, Associate, Program Manager, BOYETTE, Director of Engineering, Energy Plants PAUL M. McCOWN, P.E., and PATRICK FINCH, Emerging Technologies, Supervisory Building Energy Solutions JON BENSON, LEED AP, C.E.M., LEED AP, Pacific Northwest General Engineer, & Technology, Inc. and Sales Director, Senior Project Engineer, Senior Consultant, National Laboratory U.S. General Services GUOPENG LIU, Ph.D., Strategic Accounts, SSRCx, LLC Booz Allen Hamilton Administration P.E., LEED AP, Director TAS of Engineering, Bes-Tech, Inc. Japan Green Technology & Energy Pavilion Cleaner and Greener Event Booth Numbers 239 through 347 Attendees are invited to the Japan Green Technology & Energy Pavilion to network with par- ticipating companies to see advance technologies firsthand, and to discuss potential business The 32nd WEEC is a Certified Cleaner and Greener event. relationships. Today, Japan is leading the way in reducing carbon emissions through the adop- This recognition is provided through the program of the tion of energy efficient technologies and alternative energy resources. An increasing number of Leonardo Academy, a charitable 501(c)3 nonprofit orga- companies around the world are partnering with Japanese companies to develop these innov- nization. AEE would like to thank FuelCell Energy, Inc. of ative technologies, products, and services. JETRO will be assisting companies interested in Danbury, CT, for its donation. Visit FuelCell Energy, Inc. doing business in Japan. at Booth #606. Note: Program subject to change. TRACK H TRACK I TRACK J TRACK K TRACK L TRACK M TRACK N HIGH INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIAL ENERGY SUPERIOR RENEWABLE ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE ENERGY ENERGY MANAGEMENT ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY & BUILDINGS MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE DGEN SESSION H4 SESSION I4 SESSION J4 SESSION K4 SESSION L4 SESSION M4 SESSION N4 ROOM 208AB ROOM 207B ROOM 207A ROOM 206 ROOM 209C ROOM 209B ROOM 209A Lighting & Industrial Achieving Demand Perspectives Turning Solar Energy Energy Efficient Energy Energy Savings Response on Energy Waste into Success Sustainable Efficiency in Industry Success Stories Management Energy Stories Buildings Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair: NICK BLEEKER, ERIC W. SODERBERG, ASAD GILANI, C.E.M., LAURIE WIEGAND- JAMES J. PARKER, P.E., JASON SAFARZ, Senior FREDRIC S. GOLDNER, Manager of Business C.E.M., C.M.V.P., B.E.P., C.D.S.M., Energy JACKSON, C.E.P., President, C.E.M., C.M.V.P., Account Executive, C.E.M., C.E.A., Development, C.S.D.P., Energy Eng., Manager/Project Engineer, North America Power Engineer, CEC Combustion Principal, Partners, LLC Energy Management & Day-Brite Capri Omega NCSU-Industrial General Motors/DTE Square D Engineering Services Group, Inc. Extension Service. Partnership Team Services Research Associates 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am 9:00-9:30 am Solid-State Lighting in Applications of Employee Motivation is Implementing Load Successful Energy So You’d Like to Burn Utilizing Solar Power for Sustainable Buildings Advanced Transport Energy Conservation Curtailment at a Medical Management: An Electric Biogas Instead of Natural Competitively Priced RICK HAMBURGER, Membranes for Energy ASAD GILANI, C.E.M., Research Institution Utility Perspective Gas? Energy Strategic Marketing Efficiency B.E.P., C.D.S.M., Energy MICHAEL WINKLER, MARK P. JOHNSON, MATT HAAKENSTAD, ROSE HANZLIK, C.E.M., C.E.M., Dir. of Energy & Manager, Philips PAUL MEHTA, Director, Manager/Project Sustainability Programs, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.D.T., P.E., C.E.P., C.M.V.P., Sr. Business Development Lumileds Lighting Industrial Assessment Engineer, Einstein College of Medicine LEED AP, Manager, Manager, Constellation Company Center, Professor, General Motors/ of Yeshiva University Regional Sales Manager, Commercial Services, Energy Projects & Svcs., Mechanical Engineering DTE Partnership Team Alabama Power U.S. Energy Services, Inc. & DENNIS E. WOLCOTT, Departent, 9:30-10:00 am Company Corporate Energy Mgr., Bradley University Energy Effic. & DR in Parker Hannifin Corp. Competitive Electricity Markets: Opportunities & 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am Challenges for Energy 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am What You Need to Know Assessment of Energy Energy Conservation Managers Energy Management for The Promise & Realities Utility Grade Solar About Lighting Efficiency Opportunities Opportunities in RAHUL WALAWALKAR, Commercial Office of Biogas Produced from Concentrator Systems, Standards for Energy for the U.S. Iron & Steel Industrial Waste Heat Ph.D., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., Buildings from an Landfills & Farm Waste Electrical Storage, & Efficency & Industry Recovery System C.S.D.P., Sr. Energy Owner/Operator’s PETER V.K. FUNK, JR., Integrated Renewable Sustainability ERNST WORRELL, Ph.D., KAUSHIK Consultant, Customized Perspective Attorney & Partner, Building Technologies CRAIG A. BERNECKER, Director of Energy BHATTACHARJEE, Energy Solutions, and STEVE DIXON, P.E., Duane Morris, LLP MICHAEL J. 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Transportation Institute EnerNOC, Inc. 32nd World Energy Engineering Congress Advisory Board AEE extends its appreciation to the following individuals for their help in developing the 32nd World Energy Engineering Congress program: Buster G. Barksdale, Jr., C.E.M., C.S.D.P. Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D., C.M.V.P. Stephen P. Sain, P.E., C.E.M., C.M.V.P., B.E.P., C.E.P. Primary Integration Energy Hansen Associates, Inc. Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. Millard E. Carr, P.E., C.E.M. Timothy B. Janos, C.E.M., C.D.S.M., B.E.P., C.S.D.P., C.E.A. Nick J. Stecky, C.E.M., LEED AP Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. Spectrum Energy Concepts, Inc. Sain Engineering Associates Graham Parker, C.E.M., B.E.P. Richard J. Costello, P.E., C.E.M., C.L.E.P. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., C.R.M. Acela Energy Group Association of Energy Engineers Steven A. Parker, P.E., C.E.M. Jack P. DiEnna, Jr. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Joseph E. 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The Advisory Board and the Association of Energy En- gineers cordially invites you to submit a one-page abstract for consideration to speak at the WEEC. The 2009 ENERGY MANAGERS HALL OF FAME WEEC is the largest energy efficiency and renewable energy conference and exposition in the nation. The During the Closing Keynote Luncheon, the Association of Energy deadline for receipt of abstracts is March 26, 2010. The Engineers will introduce the 2009 AEE Energy Managers Hall of conference registration fee will be complimentary for the Fame. This high honor is reserved for those individuals who have presenters. Individuals wishing to participate as a ses- distinguished themselves with a lifetime of achievement in the ener- sion chair should contact Michelle Oxner by email at gy profession. email@example.com. To submit an abstract for WEEC THIS YEAR’S INDUCTEES: 2010, go to www.aeecenter.org/weecabstract. RANDOLPH L. HAINES, C.E.M., If you have any questions concerning abstract submis- Energy Manager, Thomas Jefferson University sions for WEEC 2010, please contact: DAVID A. KEITH, P.E., C.E.M., C.D.S., Michelle Oxner PA Consulting Group Conference Speakers Director Phone: (770) 447-5083, Extension 215, HELP DRIVE THE AEE FOUNDATION or email: firstname.lastname@example.org SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A KUDO SOLAR CRUISE CAR The AEE Foundation will be partnering again this year with Cruise AEE IS PLEASED Car, Inc., an alternate transportation-solution company founded on the principal of providing quality products that enhance your TO ANNOUNCE lifestyle. They have generously donated a 4-seat KUDO Solar Cruise Car to the AEE Foundation to help raise money for the 2009 scholar- ship program. One entry in your name will be made for every $50 donation to the AEE Scholarship Foundation. Entries and donations can be submitted: •During Expo hours at the AEE Membership Booth #263 •Outside the AEE Awards Banquet, Ballroom A, from 6:00 -7:00 pm, on Wednesday, November 5, 2009 •Outside the Keynote Luncheon, Ballroom A, from 10:00 -11:00 am, on Friday, November 6, 2009 Your donation supports the AEE Scholarship Foundation and is 100% WILL HOST tax deductible. The drawing will be held and a winner announced at the close of the Keynote Luncheon on Friday, November 6, 2009. THE 2010 WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS NEW FOR WEEC 2010: Co-Located with EcoBuild Platinum Supporter of the AEE Foundation Visit Cruise Car, Inc. booth #234 on GreenStreet REGISTRATION HOURS: Thank you for your participation in this year’s Congress. Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Thursday, November 5, 2009, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm We hope to see you next year at WEEC 2010, being held Friday, November 6, 2009, 8:00 am – 11:00 am again at the Walter E. 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