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AEE Headquarters Achieves Carbon Neutrality, Leads by Example in the Energy Sector

Atlanta, GA – The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a globally recognized leader in the energy engineering community, proudly announces its achievement of carbon neutrality in their Atlanta headquarters building. This significant milestone was officially shared by our Executive Director at the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) in Dubai, underscoring AEE’s commitment to sustainability and climate action.

“As energy professionals dedicated to advancing the field of energy engineering, we recognize the critical importance of leading by example,” said Bill Kent, Executive Director of AEE. “Achieving carbon neutrality is not just a milestone for AEE, but a testament to our commitment to the global effort in combating climate change.”

This achievement aligns with AEE’s ongoing initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint, including implementing energy-efficient practices in its operations, investing in renewable energy, and supporting carbon offset projects. AEE’s journey to carbon neutrality for its headquarters involved a comprehensive assessment of its carbon emissions, followed by targeted strategies to reduce and offset its environmental impact.

The announcement at COP28 not only represents AEE’s dedication to environmental stewardship but also sets a precedent for organizations within the energy sector. AEE encourages its members and partners to join in this vital effort, emphasizing the role of energy professionals in leading the transition to a more sustainable energy future.

AEE headquarters’ carbon-neutral status reinforces the organization’s position as a key player in the worldwide climate community, demonstrating practical and impactful ways to address climate challenges.

About the Association of Energy Engineers:

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is a global network of energy professionals dedicated to staying at the forefront of the energy engineering field. AEE offers its members education, certification, networking, and advocacy, striving to promote energy efficiency, resource management, and sustainable practices worldwide.

This post was published on December 5, 2023