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Pathway to Carbon Neutrality for Existing Buildings

AEE Canada East

Wednesday, 28 November 2018 from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

Pathway to Carbon Neutrality for Existing Buildings

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early Bird AEECE Member Ended $120.00 $8.32
Early Bird Professional Ended $150.00 $10.15
Regular AEECE Member 23 Nov 2018 $150.00 $10.15
Regular Professional 23 Nov 2018 $180.00 $11.97

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Event Details

Trane Eastern Canada is pleased to host the AEE Canada East for a full-day seminar focusing on Carbon Neutrality for Existing Buildings. 

We are in the midst of a climate imperative. This seminar will be structured to transfer a toolbox of strategies to participants. 

The seminar will include detailed sessions focusing on:

  • Opportunity Identification
  • Envelope 
  • Mechanical and Electrical Building Systems
  • Energy Storage
  • Big Data
  • Energy/Carbon Policy
  • Change Management

The seminar will provide a forum for learning and discussion. Join your leaders and your peers in a day promising an end to platitudes and a focus on solutions and strategies to move the needle - to make a difference.

 

7:00 AM

Registration

 

8:00 AM

Opening Remarks

 

8:15 AM

Session 1: Size of the Prize

The science is clear. As we position ourselves for the transition to a low carbon economy we need to establish a clear value statement. Where are we today and where to we need to be? What is our opportunity?

9:00 AM

Session 2: Idea Identification

It starts with a plan. Learn how to evaluate existing buildings with the application of innovative engineering and analytical tools to create a low carbon plan.

9:45 AM

Break and Networking

 

10:15 AM

Session 3: Envelope

Envelope is more than windows and doors. How can we improve the performance of envelope systems while respecting building science and preservation guidelines?

11:00 AM

Session 4: Plant Optimization

The heart of the building. How can the innovative application of technology achieve extraordinary results? Learn how to create hybrid systems through innovation and outside the box first principles engineering.

11:45 AM

Lunch

 

1:00 PM

Session 5: Energy Storage

Waste not, want not. Learn how to leverage energy storage (thermal and electrical) to enhance building performance. How can storage reduce plant size? How can storage relieve financial burden?

1:45 PM

Session 6: Big Data – Building Intelligence

The true value of big data is in how you use it. Learn how the big data revolution is impacting building controls. Reporting success. Maintaining peak performance.

2:00 PM

Break and Networking

 

2:45 PM

Session 7: Policy as a Driver

How can policy shape our reaction to climate change and drive the transition to a low carbon economy? Top down through government or bottom up through organizations, policy has a role to play.

3:30 PM

Session 8: Change Management

We have a plan. Success is within reach. How can you ease the transition for the occupant? Learn how change management can help ensure successful implementation of complex building transformations

4:15 PM

Closing Remarks

 

Join the fight on carbon.

Early Bird Pricing in effect until October 31.

Have questions about Pathway to Carbon Neutrality for Existing Buildings? Contact AEE Canada East

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Ottawa Conference and Event Centre
200 Coventry Rd
Ottawa, ON K1K 4S3
Canada

Wednesday, 28 November 2018 from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)


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AEE Canada East

AEE Canada East is a chartered chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers focused on connecting energy management professionals throughout Eastern Canada with a focus on continuous learning, thought leadership, and best practice sharing.

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