Energy Experts to Speak at AEE(OKC) Meeting on March 21

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FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Roger Farrer, 405/359-2523, rfarrer@ompa.com

 

Energy Experts to Speak at AEE(OKC) Meeting on March 21

 

Oklahoma City, OK (March 7, 2012) – The Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE(OKC)) is pleased to announce that its first Lunch-and-Learn meeting of 2012 will take place on March 21. Three local energy experts will speak on “Energy Plans, Opportunities and Codes in Oklahoma”. The meeting is slated for 8:00 to 11:30 am, followed by lunch, at the OG&E Technology Center at 220 E Wilshire Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.

James P. (Jay) Albert, Oklahoma’s Deputy Secretary of Energy, will speak about the Oklahoma First Energy Plan and strategic initiatives under way in Oklahoma. Temur Akhmedov, a LEED AP professional with Engineered Systems and Energy Solutions, Inc., will discuss energy-related challenges and current opportunities in facility management and new construction. Finally, a speaker from Guaranteed Watt Savers, Inc. will describe recent efforts to promote the adoption of building energy codes in Oklahoma and discuss the current status.

Anyone interested in the meeting is welcome to attend at no cost, and should contact Roger Farrer (rfarrer@ompa.com or (405) 359-2523) or Tim Thompson (thompstp@oge.com or (405) 553-8498) so that lunches can be planned.

Annual membership of AEE(OKC) is available for $50. This covers monthly newsletters and attendance (including lunches) at three Lunch-and-Learn meetings and the Green Building Summit in the fall.

About AEE
The Association of Energy Engineers is a 501(c)(6) non-profit professional organization that specializes in training, membership development, chapter development, and certification for professionals practicing in the fields of energy engineering and energy management, renewable and alternative energy, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and all related areas. The mission of AEE is to promote the scientific and educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry and to foster action for sustainable development.

For information about the Association of Energy Engineers, please contact AEE at (770) 447-5083, ext. 210, or visit www.aeecenter.org. For information on the local Oklahoma Chapter of AEE, please contact Roger Farrer (rfarrer@ompa.com or (405) 359-2523) or Tim Thompson (thompstp@oge.com or (405) 553-8498), or visit www.aeeokc.org.

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