Chapter News

Nov 10, 2022 1-2 pm Peter Curtis on “A Global Perspective on Critical Power System Infrastructure for Next Generation Computing”

You are hereby invited to join the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers at the NYIT Webinar on Thursday November 10, 2022 from 1-2 pm EST.  We are pleased to welcome Peter Curtis, who will present “A Global Perspective on Critical Power System Infrastructure for Next Generation Computing”.

This event is part of the Industry Leaders Lecture Series, sponsored by the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

Students and professionals will learn from Peter Curtis, the author of the acclaimed IEEE Press book Maintaining Mission Critical Systems in a 24/7 Environment, about the skills, technologies, and processes to operate, manage, and maintain power quality and emergency systems as we transition into the next generation of computing and intelligence.

At the heart of technology behind today’s businesses is the power system and emergency backup necessary for continuous reliable operation. Peter Curtis, the founder of PMC Group I, LLC and a world-renowned author, will discuss the design and analysis of mission critical systems: how to reduce risk, comply with current policies and regulations, and maintain an appropriate level of reliability based on a facility’s risk tolerance. He will discuss the myriad challenges and issues facing industry engineers today such as safety, fire protection, and energy security, including the impact on business resiliency, data center efficiency, cyber security, and green power technology.

AEE-LI will NOT be collecting RSVPs for this event. Instead, each person who wants to attend should register directly using the link on the event page (below).

https://www.nyit.edu/events/next_generation_computing

Monday Oct 24, 2022 – ZOOM AEE-LI Chapter Meeting with Jacob Goldman of Energy Tax Savers – Must RSVP

You are hereby invited to join the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers at our upcoming Zoom meeting on Monday October 24, 2022 at 7 pm EDT.  We are pleased to welcome Jacob Goldman, Vice president of Energy Tax Savers, who will present on “How Research and Development Tax Credits Propel Innovation in the Green Building Industry”.  This presentation is designed to explain the expanded Research and Development Tax Credit and how it is utilized to increase innovation by building designers, engineers and equipment manufacturers in the High Performance and Green Building Industry. We will discuss how the credit allows for increased experimentation with new energy technologies and green design methods, and how to identify these R&D tax credit eligible activities.

Jacob Goldman is the Vice President of Energy Tax Savers (ETSI). He has a BS in Chemical Engineering, an MBA from the University of Maine at Orono, and is a LEED, AP. He is the co-author of numerous articles, has presented to hundreds of corporations, architectural firms, engineering firms, accounting firms and local chapters of USGBC, IFMA, BOMA, and AEE (including AEE-LI), as well as national conferences of AEE, NFMT, NALMCO, IGSHPA, PIMA, and at the EMC Conference.

This event will take place on Monday October 24, 2022 at 7 pm EDT, via Zoom teleconferencing. There is no charge to attend, but you must RSVP by Sunday, October 23, 2022 to receive the Zoom Meeting Link by contacting Dr. Robert N. Amundsen, Director of the M.S. in Energy Management Program by email at ramundse@nyit.edu

Columbia University – New Job Postings!

Columbia University has asked AEE-LI to post job openings for an Energy Engineer and a Senior Engineer.  Check Links/Articles / Energy Employment for links to the job applications page for Columbia if you are interested.

AEE-LI Chapter Officers

New Job Postings

AEE-LI now has new job postings and links to energy employment sites.

Check for Current Job Postings under the Links/Articles PageWorker

Welcome to the New AEE-LI website

June 2013: After nine years, we’ve redesigned our award-winning website and released a new version to serve our local AEE chapter. New features include a Forum page and Nominate a Speaker page.  We hope you enjoy it!

11/5/2006 AEE-LI awarded Best Chapter Web Site

The AEE Long Island Chapter web site (www.aee-li.org) has been awarded “Best Chapter Web Site – Domestic” by the parent AEE for 2006.

7/5/2006 AEE Insight Newsletter item on LI Chapter

Our AEE-LI Chapter was mentioned in the Summer 2006 AEE Insight newsletter, with a synopsis of our chapter’s most successful year by chapter President Dr. Robert Amundsen.