You may be aware of the Energy Center of Wisconsin because of the breadth of educational opportunities they offer, or perhaps you are familiar with their leadership in energy research, or maybe becaue of the programs they offer to assist end users in reducing their energy footprint. You may not know they have recently pushed all of that knowledge to the limit with their impressive new LEED Platinum building designed with energy effficiency and sustainability in mind.
Join the WAEE for our January meeting to hear from leading experts about topics ranging from energy benchmarking to climate change to their impressive new building.
Meeting is THURSDAY JANUARY 22
Pre-registration is required by noon Wednesday January 21
Space is Limited
Please register only if you will attend.
You may not be allowed to attend if not pre-registered.
Energy Center of Wisconsin
749 University Row, Suite 320
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
THURSDAY January 22
12:00 Lunch & WAEE General Meeting
12:30 Energy Benchmarking Resources
Keith Swartz, Sr. Energy Engineer, Energy Center of Wisconsin
1:30 Break and networking
1:45 Climate Change and Energy Use
Doug Ahl, Director of Research, Energy Center of Wisconsin
2:15 Building Tour
Scott Hackel, Sr. Energy Engineer, and Jennifer Li, Energy Engineer, Energy Center of Wisconsin)
The WAEE board will meet at 10:30. Anyone interested in learning more about our chapter or getting more involved is welcome to attend. The board is comprised of energy industry professionals who volunteer their time to promote education and awareness in the energy industry.
Register at http://waee.wildapricot.org by noon on Wednesday January 21st if you will be joining us for this meeting.
The meeting is free of charge for all attendees. We thank all of the WAEE members and corporate sponsors for their support which allows us to cover the lunch cost.
We encourage all non-member guests to support WAEE by joining as an individual member or corporate sponsor. The majority of dues collected go towards our annual scholarship awards. We awarded scholarships totaling $7,050 in 2014 to seven students from throughout the State of Wisconsin. We thank all of our members and sponsors for their continued generosity.