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Advance info on the 2015 WEEC conference, speakers,
seminars, exhibitor profiles, special events, exhibit
hall workshops, and other important event details.
Special WEEC Sessions
Presented in Spanish
WEEC's Latin America & Spain Energy Management
Symposium & Expo. For details, click below:
English / Español
Government Energy Management
of special workshops and exhibits for Federal
Energy Managers held in conjunction with WEEC.
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2015's showcase of sustainable technologies.
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About the recent 2014 WEEC
is very pleased to bring the WORLD
ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS (WEEC) to Orlando
for 2015. Now in its 38th year, the WEEC is well-recognized
as the most important energy event of national and international
scope for end users and energy professionals in all areas
of the energy field.
Condoleezza Rice to present 2015 WEEC Opening Session
featured Opening Session speaker for 2015 will be Dr.
Condoleezza Rice. Dr. Rice will focus her remarks
on terrorism, energy, and economic security. She will
also discuss challenges and opportunities we might face
as a result of the ever changing geopolitical landscape.
year's WEEC agenda will feature the Energy
Managers Summit, a special forum designed to address
and allow exchange of ideas on both the challenges and
opportunities facing today's energy managers. The Summit
is sponsored by the Energy Managers Society, a division
of AEE, and its agenda developed by a high-powered advisory
group of top energy professionals. Another highlight for
2015 will be the LAS
Symposium a group of special sessions presented
in Spanish, covering energy management issues in Latin
America and Spain. (Para información acerca del
simposio en español, clic
WEEC is the one truly comprehensive event where you can
fully assess the "big picture" and see exactly how the
economic and market forces, new technologies, regulatory
developments and industry trend all merge to shape your
critical decisions, as well as define what specific steps
are needed to achieve large scale energy efficiencies
within your organization. Held annually, the WEEC features
a large, multi-track conference agenda, a full line-up
of seminars on a variety of current topics, and a comprehensive
exposition of the market's most promising new technologies.
Energy is a Diamond sponsor of WEEC 2015, and will actively
invite strategic customers to attend the WEEC event.
WEEC conference and expo explore the complete spectrum
of technologies and services of greatest importance to
our delegates in attendance, including, but not limited
efficiency and energy management
green and alternative energy
impact of climate change
and distributed generation
grid and electric metering innovations
building automation & energy management
systems and controls
storage and load management
and combustion controls
and fuel cell technologies
specific to federal energy management programs
project financing success strategies and incentives
your organization offer an innovative technology, product
or service? Consider exhibiting at this year's expo. CLICK
HERE for info on exhibiting at the 2015 WEEC.
features of the 2015 WEEC program...
LAS Symposium, a new
feature of this year's WEEC program, will cover current
energy-related issues of importance for Latin America
and Spain. This special series of sessions, chaired by
Andres Ortuno, C.E.M., C.E.A., C.M.V.P., Executive Director
of ADDING, will be presented in Spanish. A variety important
case studies and relevant success stories will be covered
by speakers. There will also be a preparatory seminar
and exam for AEE's Certified Energy Manager (CEM) professional
certification presented in Spanish, and available to qualified
CEM certification candidates. For more information about
the LAS Symposium, click the appropriate link: English
in order to address the interests and needs of the large
number of U.S. government professionals who traditionally
attend WEEC, AEE will again offer a section of the program
known as FEMWorks 2015.
First introduced as part of the 2006 WEEC agenda, this
special multi-track portion of the WEEC conference will
include a comprehensive series of workshops for federal
energy managers. The FEMWorks agenda, put together with
input from the various government agencies involved with
implementing the requirements of current federal government
energy policy, will cover the latest technologies and
implementation strategies available, and provide case
studies of successful projects within the government sector.
HERE for more information about FEMWorks.
highly acclaimed GreenStreet
expo showcase, introduced in 2007 and co-presented by
the U.S. EPA's ENERGY STAR®, will again be a prominent
part of the WEEC for 2015. Here you can examine firsthand
the latest green / sustainable / environmentally friendly
energy technologies now available for both new design
and retrofit projects. Conference presentations will facilitate
your understanding of these technologies, covering such
topics as green building design and retrofit; LEED certification
and building commissioning; high performance facilities;
federal initiatives; state and local sustainable development
programs; the latest developments in renewable energy;
reducing carbon emissions; transportation solutions for
the future; and green/sustainable project success stories.
Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership
(CWEEL) will offer both a free networking breakfast and
a special reception during this year's WEEC. Featured
speakers at the breakfast will include Gayle Lanier,
Senior Vice President, Customer Services, Duke Energy,
and Ellen Lambert, Chief Diversity Officer, PSEG.
For more details, Click
Other features for 2015 include a free
technology workshops held in the exhibit hall, and
several free tours of local energy installations of interest.
WEEC also serves as the annual convention of the Association
of Energy Engineers, and is attended by more AEE members
each year than any other single event.
no better way to find the immediate answers you need,
and to assess the full scope of potential energy solutions
available to you, than by attending the 2015
World Energy Engineering Congress.
Orlando's Orange County Convention Center
As the second largest convention facility in America,
the OCCC was recently selected by Business Review USA
as the best meetings facility in the country. The Center
now has a one-megawatt rooftop photovoltaic solar energy
system which provides up to 12 percent of the venue's
annual electrical needs.
Leadership by AEE assures a quality
World Energy Engineering Congress is presented by the
of Energy Engineers (AEE) The Association's more than
17,000 members include energy engineering and management
professionals from throughout the U.S., as well as over
80 nations abroad. AEE is dedicated to providing industry
information, conference and seminar programs, reference
books, marketplace surveys, and professional certifications
including Certified Energy Manager, Certified Building
Commissioning Professional, Certified Sustainable Development
Professional, Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional,
Distributed Generation Certified Professional, Certified
Energy Procurement Professional, and others.
About WEEC 2015 Diamond Sponsor Duke Energy...
Energy is the largest electric power holding company
in the United States, supplying and delivering energy
to approximately 7.2 million locations serving in
excess of 22 million U.S. customers. The utility has
approximately 57,500 megawatts of electric generating
capacity in the Carolinas, the Midwest and Florida,
as well as natural gas distribution services in Ohio
for FREE WEEC show admission...
conference pricing info, or more info on the WEEC conference,
Conference registration includes registration for the
information on exhibiting in WEEC, call or email...
Ted Kurklis, WEEC Exhibit Manager
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