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You Still Have Time to Register!
Friday, Jan 23rd 2015, Luncheon Program, 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
at George Mason University's
 The HUB - Rooms 3 and 4 (See campus map)
Utility Rebate Panel Discussion

Click Here to register for our January 23rd, Luncheon Panel<>
Utility Rebate Panel Discussion
at George Mason University<>

Friday January 23, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM EST
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George Mason University
Fairfax Campus, The HUB (Bldg 56 on map), Rooms 3 and 4
The Shenandoah Parking Deck is closest. Park on lower level - then go back up the stairs and use path to the HUB - ask students for directions if you get lost!

Directions to GMU's Fairfax Campus<>

George Mason University Fairfax Campus Map<>

Energy Rebate Links

  DC Sustainable Energy Utility<>

  PEPCO Energy Efficiency Rebates and Incentives<>

 Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE) Smart Energy Savers Program<>

  Dominion Power Energy Conservation Programs<>

 Washington Gas<>

Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency<>

Wednesday, Jan 21st, 6 - 9 pm
 LinkedIn LERCPA<>
 (sign up via above link)
Happy Hour on

Funding Clean Tech Innovation

 WeWork Dupont Circle

1875 Connecticut Ave, NW Washington DC 20009<>

A representative from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will discuss the recent Wells Fargo Foundation/NREL $10 million Innovation Incubator program for clean technology start-ups, and others.

AEE NCC Board Member and CWEEL Liaison, Janine Finnell, is the founder of LERCPA.


Thursday, 26 Feb 2015

14th Annual Green Tie Affair
 Fundraiser and kickoff for the
National Capital Region's Green-build year!
Event Sponsors:

AEE National Capital Chapter

American Institute of Architects' Washington (DC) Chapter

International Interior Design Association's Mid-Atlantic Chapter

US Green Building Council's National Capital Region
Join us as our chapter co-sponsor's an evening of delicious food and drinks and great networking!

Proceeds go towards funding the "Legacy Project" which provides a significant contribution to greening the local area, while at the same time offering resource and learning opportunity to an under-served community
in this region.

Cast your vote for one of three Legacy Project finalists on display at the event!


Registration Links will be provided in future emails.

Dear Linda,
We have lined up speakers from the major utilities in the DC Metropolitan area, including: Baltimore Gas and Electric, DC Sustainable Energy Utility, Dominion Virginia Power, PEPCO (Maryland and DC), and Washington Gas.

The utility representatives will take turns talking about their energy conservation financial incentives and rebate programs, followed by a question and answer session. Whether you are a student, teacher, energy industry professional, home or business owner, there will be valuable information for all!


Registration has been very light, we need "many" more of you to join us for this very informative event!  We encourage students interested in energy and sustainability careers, faculty, staff, chapter members and guests to sign up!

Please register as soon as possible so we can determine numbers for our caterer. Luncheon Registration fees are $30 for chapter members, $40 for non-members and guests, and free for AEE student chapter members and their sponsors/faculty and new engineers.

If you are not an official member of the GMU or GW AEE student chapters you are still welcome to join us (at the student member rate "free") and find out how to become a member of an AEE Student Chapter! Graduate students can become members too!

Meeting Agenda:
11:30 am - Registration and Networking
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Luncheon and Panel Discussion
Location:  George Mason University, Fairfax Campus
                   The HUB - Rooms 3 & 4


Be sure to bring plenty of business cards for networking! Students - a number of our members will be offering internships this summer.... be sure to ask attendees and speakers about opportunities... closing dates for internship applications are shortly - many by the 1st of March!

Click on the link below to register...... students, faculty and new engineers need to register too for a luncheon count.

Click Here to register for our January 23rd, Luncheon Panel on<>
 "Utility Rebate Panel Discussion " <>
at George Mason University<>

Please email or call me if you have any questions about this or other AEE and National Capital Chapter events.


Karen Elliott
Association of Energy Engineers National Capital Chapter
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Don't miss our upcoming Friday, February 21st
AEE National Capital Chapter Luncheon Program, followed by a GW Showcase on Energy and Sustainability Programs and Research,
and a
Professional/Student Networking Happy Hour Event
George Washington University's new
Science & Engineering Hall!
Tentative Agenda and Speakers:
    11:30 am to 2:00 pm  Registration, Lunch,and AEE National Capital Chapter CWEEL Luncheon Program "Panel Discussion with Senior Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership"
     Panelists:  Dr. Sunita Satyapal<>, U.S. Department of Energy, Director of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Program, plus others as they are confirmed. Moderator: Janine Finnell, Clean Energy Ambassador and Founder, LinkedIn Leaders in Energy Research, Communications, Policy and Analysis (LERCPA).
    3 - 5 pm Professor Jonathan Deason<> of GW's Environmental and Energy Management Program and others will discuss GW's Energy and Sustainability Programs and Research Projects.
    5 - 8 pm Professional and Student Networking Event
Registration links will be in next email.
Each year, our AEE National Capitol Chapter dedicates a meeting to CWEEL, the Council for Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership.
CWEEL supports career development for existing women professionals, mentors young and aspiring women to pursue technical education and careers in the energy and environmental fields, and establishes CWEEL as a forum for women to promote policy in the energy industry.
Learn more about CWEEL at<>

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