RMAEE 16th Annual Energy Forum is Coming Up!

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RMAEE 16th Annual Energy Forum is Coming Up!
The RMAEE 16th Annual Energy Forum will be here in Colorado on October 22, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM at the Denver Police Protective Association (PPA) Event Center. Participants will receive 6 Continuing Education Hours. Lunch and continental breakfast are included with paid admission of $65 for RMAEE members and $85 for nonmembers. This price ends at midnight October 20th. At the door registrations - the prices increase $10 each. Students with Valid ID will be admitted for free. Free parking is available in the lot across the street from the PPA venue. Continental Breakfast and Registration Opens at 7:30 AM. Conference and speakers start at 8:30 AM.

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The preliminary agenda goes as follows,

¥ EPAÕs Clean Power Plan - William Allison (Air Pollution Control Division Director) will present on ColoradoÕs possible responses to the EPAÕs 111d Clean Power Plan rule and how to engage in that effort.

¥ ESCO Case Studies Session - Key stakeholders (such as client and ESCO representatives) will present case studies that demonstrate ways of overcoming challenges and successes in using the ESCO model to implement energy efficiency projects in Colorado.

¥ Net Zero Energy Projects in Army Facilities - This presentation will highlight work done by the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) and the Army to advance net zero energy at Army facilities.

¥ Colorado State University Solar PV Case Study - Carol Dollard will discuss financing, installation, and results of this solar array at CSU.


¥ Keynote - Ron Binz, former PUC chair and visionary leader towards the Grid 2.0, will discuss policy developments and new technologies impacting energy generation, consumption, and transmission.

¥ Energy Efficiency in Agriculture - Sam Anderson of the Colorado Dept. of Agricultural will talk about funding sources and various programs, including small hydro, available to promote energy efficiency and energy production in the ag sector.

¥ Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (CPACE) - Paul Scharfenberger, CPACE Program Manager for the Colorado Energy Office (CEO), will provide an

overview of this program to provide financing for energy efficiency in ColoradoÕs commercial building stock.

¥ Investor Confidence Project - Tracy Phillips will discuss the various ICP protocols, how they are being implemented on Colorado projects, and how these protocols may interact with initiatives such as CPACE.

¥ DC Microgrids - John Phelan is the Energy Services Manager for Fort Collins Utilities, leading the team that provides energy efficiency, conservation, demand response and renewable energy services will discuss the new Utilities facility in Ft Collins including the use of a DC microgrid.

The speakers and order of presentations are subject to change.

For more information, email us at admin@pentadassoc.com.
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