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Technology Innovation Night

December 12, 2018
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center
550 Winter Street
Waltham, MA 02451
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December 2018 Meeting - Technology Innovation Night & Toys for Tots Drive

Join AEE New England in learning about the latest cutting edge technologies in the energy efficiency industry! Listen to representatives from five different companies speak about products that could be implemented in your next energy project.

Also, AEE will be hosting a toy drive for Toys for Tots again this year. The foundation has noted that they are always short of toys in the 0-2 years and 6-12 years age ranges. Please bring new, non-wrapped gifts to this months meeting. We will have a toy donation box and will make sure your donated holiday toy finds a good home.

 

The following speakers will be presenting:

 

Speaker #1

Condex “Turning your Existing Boiler into a Condensing Boiler”

Joseph Richter

Combustion & Energy Systems, Inc.

jrichter@combustionandenergy.com

C: (603) 498-1809

 

The ConDex Energy Recovery System, the breakthrough technology from Combustion and Energy Systems that perfects the recovery of heat from exhaust gases. Flue gases from boilers, turbines, ovens, dryers, etc. - single or multiple sources of waste heat, the ConDex System recovers tremendous amounts of waste energy and returns it directly to your operation.

 

 

Speaker #2

“Advanced System for Cooling and Heating Plant Efficiency"

Paul McLaine

ElectroCell Systems

pmclaine@electrocellsystems.com

570-510-4071

 

ElectroCell is an innovative, patented side- stream particle precipitator that increases the efficiency and reliability of commercial, industrial, and institutional HVAC recirculating water systems.

 

Speaker #3

“Up-Date of VFD Technology Advancements”

Roger T. Fritz

Senior Energy Adviser

New Wave Power

rfritz@newavepower.com

603-828-7417

 

Variable speed drives (VSDs), sometimes also known as variable frequency drives, are electronic devices used to regulate the speed of an ac induction motor. Electric motors consume approximately 70% of the world’s electricity for industrial and consumer applications.  Advancements in capacitors and direct current (DC) link reactors, transistors, heat management, processing power and measuring technology are all enabling the development of solutions to problems that were not even recognized earlier.  Roger will provide us with the benefits of such advancements.

 

 

Speaker #4

Ice Bear - Thermal Storage for Roof Top Units

Chris Tomasini

VP of North East Region

Ice Energy

ctomasini@ice-energy.com

Office: (833) 423-2665

 

The Ice Bear is a smart, distributed thermal battery that seamlessly integrates with a building’s cooling system and answers the needs of commercial, industrial and residential customers.  The Ice Bear battery, attaches to 4-20 tons commercial AC units while Ice Bear 20, our home battery, integrates with ductwork or ductless mini-split systems inside new or existing homes.

 

 

 

Speaker #5

Voltage Harmonizer - Variable Voltage Transformer – Legend Power Systems

Richard Costello, PE, MSEM, BSME, CEM

President - Acela Energy Group, Inc.

Cell: 781 883 5256

richard.costello@acelaenergy.com

 

The Voltage Harmonizer measures the incoming supply and tunes it down to the right amount. By dynamically throttling voltage, your building uses less power. You pay less because you use less. Your electrical equipment lasts its full useful life because the voltage supply matches the voltage demand. Your building is greener and has less of an impact on the environment.

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

In the event that you must cancel your registration, please note that there will be a $10 cancellation fee deducted from your refund. Unfortunately, we are unable to process any refund for cancellations that occur within 72 hours of the beginning of the event. Please contact us at aeeneweng@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Tickets

$57.00 Member Ticket
$47.00 Earlybird rate before December 5

$57.00 Non-Member Ticket
$52.00 Earlybird rate before December 5