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President's Message

December 2020 Presidents Message

Hello Energy Engineers!

Amazingly it is November already and with the Holidays around the corner, the rest of 2020 will go by in the blink of an eye.  While there are plenty of reasons to cheer the end of 2020, it is also the time of year to pay extra attention to everything we can be thankful for.  And for AEE there is no exception…

Thank you to our members for your continued interest in our monthly meetings.  We have had 146 registered members in the three meetings so far this year.  While we cannot meet in person, it is great to see your faces each month.

Thank you to our six presenters for taking the leap to a virtual platform to continue to keep the energy industry informed on the latest trends in energy and sustainability.

Thank you to our student members.  Between the AEE Foundation and our chapter, we were able to award nine scholarships this year to four young women and five young men representing five area colleges.

Thank you to our sponsors, for supporting our chapter operations. 

And thank you to our board for volunteering and pulling it all together.

We have one more great event scheduled for December and then we kick off January 2021 with our annual Energy Outlook and a virtual CEM training.  Please check out our website for all the details.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone,


December 2nd at 12:00 PM* – Energy Management Analytics – The increasing importance of data analytics in a virtual world.


*Times and dates pending

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Meeting Description

AEE-NE Virtual Meeting – December 2, 2020 – 4:30 p.m.

Energy Management Analytics

Data is the new oil when it comes to energy management in a virtual world, and feedback has shown that building owners and operators that had a successful building data analytics program in place were better positioned to handle the new challenges of the pandemic era. What is data analytics and why is it now more important than ever?

Remote building analytics, when effectively deployed, provides targeted recommendations that streamline issue resolution, limit staff contact, and aid to verify issue correction and equipment performance. Data analysis enables quantified comparisons of the financial, environmental, and operational impacts of COVID risk mitigation strategies to facilitate decision-making.

Building analytics further affords its users nearly limitless opportunities to track performance relative to energy and compliance goals, substantiate capital projects, improve occupant comfort and equipment reliability, and ensure optimal equipment operation to offset big-ticket risk mitigation measures.

This presentation will cover important considerations when evaluating available analytics solutions, discuss the challenges of configuring an automated building analytics system, and showcase the Cimetrics Analytika approach to remote monitoring, commissioning, and M&V.

Speaker Bio - Hadas Webb

Hadas Webb has 20 years of experience in engineering, energy analysis, and leadership and currently heads the Analytics group at Cimetrics. Her primary responsibilities include planning & integration of new offerings and enhancements, overseeing the client experience, and coordinating marketing efforts. Ms. Webb holds a B.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an M.S. from Carnegie Mellon University, both in Mechanical Engineering, and is a Certified Energy Manager.

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Registration is now open for the AEE East Expo coming to Boston!

Energy Conference & Expo | Boston, MA | Hynes Convention Center | March 24 - 25, 2021

Click Here For Additional Information!

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Future Meetings


Month Topic Date Time Venue
Dec Energy Management Analytics Dec 2nd 12:00 Noon  



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