We are pleased to announce that the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Engineers, and NYIT, will sponsor the five day Certified Energy Manager (CEM) prep course at the Old Westbury Campus of NYIT, July 24 – 28, 2017.
The regular cost of the seminar is $2195 for non-members, plus the $400 exam fee. However, we will be offering the comprehensive five day CEM prep, including the exam, for only $1895, which is a $700 discount.
Click below for general information about the CEM:
To register for the July 24 – 28 CEM prep course, we must receive the form and your check by June 16, 2017. The form is attached as a Word document.
LIAEE CEM 2017
You must file a separate application for the CEM with the national AEE by June 23. The exam will be given on the last day of the course. Good luck with earning the CEM certification!
The Long Island Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers welcomed Mr. David Schieren, CEO of EmPower Solar to our Chapter meeting on November 28, 2016 at the Old Westbury Campus of NYIT. Mr. Schieren presented on the Solar Industry Landscape on Long Island, including residential and commercial financing options and the State Clean Energy Standard.
David co-founded EmPower in 2003 with the goal of making solar the dominant energy source in New York. Through 2016, EmPower has installed over 1,500 residential and commercial systems on Long Island. David is a Board Member of Vision Long Island, an organization dedicated to promoting smart growth and transit oriented development. He has a Master of Science in Energy Management from the New York Institute of Technology.
For more information on EmPower Solar, see EmPower Solar web site.
Unfortunately, the Long Island Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers and NYIT will be unable to conduct the Certified Power Quality Professional (CPQ) prep course at the Old Westbury Campus of NYIT, March 21-23, 2016 due to insufficient interest. We require a minimum of 10 attendees. We will let you know if we elect to offer the course in the future.
Click below for general information about the CPQ:
Form: LIAEE CPQ 2016
RetroCool Energy Services, Inc. is a successful Boston-based energy services company that specializes in cooling-related (HVAC and refrigeration) energy conservation. They are expanding to the Metro NYC, Long Island and New Jersey areas and seek an experienced sales person to call on food stores and other commercial facilities. Individual must be a self-starter and have an understanding of HVAC and refrigeration systems. Interested parties please respond with resume to: email@example.com.
Wendel Energy is seeking a mid-level engineer with 5-7 years of related experience and a Bachelors degree for an Energy Engineer position in their Hauppauge, Long Island office. The candidate should be a dynamic, highly motivated individual who will be responsible for developing comprehensive energy audits, including data collection, utility bill disaggregation and benchmarking; field visits; energy calculations; cost estimates and contractor pricing, energy measure descriptions and detailed work scope packages; report writing; development of measurement and verification plans and contract documents. The position also involves assisting with management of design, bidding and construction. Experience in evaluating lighting & HVAC systems and DOE-2 building modeling experience is preferred. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software required. If interested please visit http://www.wendelcompanies.com/Careers to apply online. Other positions for experienced Energy Engineers/Energy Project Managers are also available.
AEE-LI now has new job postings and links to energy employment sites.
Check for Current Job Postings under the Links/Articles Page
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!
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.
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.