2015 Scott Dunning

Scott Dunning

AEE Fellow Induction Year: 2015

SCOTT DUNNING, Ph.D., P.E., CEM, is a professor and director of the University of Maine School of Engineering Technology. As founding director of the university’s Industrial Assessment Center, he has led over 200 industrial assessments of facilities throughout New England. He currently performs commercial audits for the Efficiency Maine Trust. Dr. Dunning is recognized as a national expert in energy efficiency, and has lectured and written widely in the field. He is a senior member of IEEE, a commissioner for the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., and past chair of the Engineering Technology Division of the American Society of Engineering Education.

My AEE Story

I became aware of the Association of Energy Engineers in the early 90’s through some of my colleagues in the energy auditing field. They highly recommended the certification courses and noted how AEE has long led the industry in providing training and certifications in energy efficiency. Once I went through the Certified Energy Manager course, I new I had found my home. The AEE courses are directed at timely topics that are important to industry. I have found the instructors to be extremely knowledgeable in their field and they have the ability to present the material to reach students at any level of experience. In my twenty years of involvement with AEE, I have gone through many of their courses earning multiple certifications. I have even had the opportunity to develop course content and serve as an instructor. The most enjoyable part has been the many people I have come to know around the globe as fellow students, instructors, members, and volunteers to AEE.