Chapter News

Thu., Oct 19 – Full day seminar on Geothermal Energy at Farmingdale College, co-sponsored by PSEG-LI and Farmingdale College

The AEE-LI Chapter would like to pass along this educational opportunity for our members and friends:

Dear Design Professional:

Are you ready for the transition to renewable heating and cooling?  NY State has developed a policy framework  to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions from HVAC. Learn what you need to know about geothermal heat pumps, for which both PSEG Long Island and  NYSERDA have implemented rebate programs.

NY-GEO, in concert with PSEG Long Island and the Farmingdale College Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center, is offer a 5 credit course this coming Thursday, October 19, 2017 for architects, engineers and building owners.

This seminar is for you if you would like to get more in-depth knowledge of geothermal heat pumps in preparation for the coming transition to renewable heating and cooling.

It will offer attendees 5 hours of PDH, AIA, BPI and LEED (self reporting) credits.  Cost $169, but only $49 if taking the course without CEU credits, or $19 Special NYSERDA sponsored STUDENT RATE.  The course runs from 9 AM to 3 PM.  The instructor for the training is renowned Geothermal author Jay Egg.

Please click here to see details and register

Please pass this along to any colleagues who may be interested.

Bill Nowak


Executive Director



Monday, Oct 23, 2017 – Jon Brodeur, CEO of Emme presents “Adding Value to Buildings through Comfort and Energy Savings for HVAC Systems”

You are hereby invited to join the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers at our upcoming meeting, Monday, October 23, 2017 at 7 pm, to be held in Anna Rubin Hall Room 316, at the Old Westbury Campus of NYIT.  We are pleased to welcome Jon Brodeur, CEO of Emme, who will present on “Adding Value to Buildings through Comfort and Energy Savings for HVAC Systems”

Emme (Energy Management Made Easy)​ is a manufacturer of a temperature control & energy management system which works with most any existing heating & cooling equipment, providing significant value/impact as it relates to comfort & energy savings.  They have a track record of helping clients significantly reduce their upfront capital expenditures for their controls/heating & cooling related systems through “micro-zoning” downstream in order to affordably provide a zone in every room.  They can integrate with VAV boxes and through 3rd party building management systems (BMS), as well as controlling hot water baseboard and forced air systems.

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 ( 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.