Webinaires pour les membres

Restez à jour avec l'industrie. Les membres de l'AEE ont accès à des webinaires mensuels gratuits d'experts de l'industrie sur des sujets énergétiques importants. De plus, les webinaires offrent des crédits pour le renouvellement de la certification AEE.

Webinaires à venir

Les webinaires sont présentés à l'aide de la plateforme Zoom. Le nom, l'adresse e-mail et le numéro d'identification des participants sont nécessaires pour s'inscrire.

Mar 07, 2024

9:30 -10:30

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CWEEL International Women’s Day Panel Discussion: Empowering Women in the Green Economy

The impacts of climate change are being felt with increasing intensity and frequency, making the transition to a green economy all the more urgent. This shift requires upskilling and reskilling the workforce as well as transforming how we educate and train the next generation. One projection pegs the number of new jobs created by the green economy at 24 million globally. This represents a tremendous opportunity for women to move into both emerging and mainstream jobs. However, if the shift into the green economy is not executed thoughtfully, using a gender lens, women may find themselves running into barriers that may limit their full access to green jobs in the coming years. This panel of three women leaders in the energy and environment space will look at the current situation, what opportunities exist for women, what barriers/challenges women face or could potentially face in accessing these opportunities, and what actions should be taken across various domains for an inclusive green economy.


The Council on Women in Energy & Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) is an AEE membership division that supports career development for women across the energy industry. This includes mentoring, networking, and scholarships for aspiring women to pursue technical education and careers in the energy and environmental fields. CWEEL is just one-way AEE supports a greater diversity of experience, talent, and ideas across our industry.


Intervenants :

  • Kalnisha Singh, Founding Director, KD Strategies | Director, WE Connect
  • Ida Namur, Vice President, Global ESG Programs, AECOM
  • Adaku Ufere, Chief of Party, USAID West Africa Energy Program

Mar 12, 2024

12:00 -1:00

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Lessons Learned from the First Year of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)

*This webinar offers .2 AEE credits for live attendance.

Projects have started to apply for Inflation Reduction Act Tax Incentives and most of the guidance has been released. This presentation will delve into the guidance and highlight successes and failures along the way. Topics covered will include, the Investment Tax Credit, Elective Pay, Transferability, Section 179D, Depreciation, EV charging stations credits as well as Prevailing Wage and Apprenticeship. The presenter will allow plenty of time for the myriad of questions that people have on these incentives.

About the Presenter:
Jacob Goldman, LEED AP, is the Chief Engineer and Vice President of Energy Tax Savers (ETSI). He has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Buffalo, and an MBA from the University of Maine at Orono.

He is the co-author of numerous articles, published in Building Operating Management, Worship Facilities Magazine, UNIT Magazine, Green Lodging News, International Parking Institute, Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, and Thomson Reuters. He has presented to hundreds of corporations, architectural firms, engineering firms, accounting firms, local chapters of USGBC, IFMA, BOMA, and AEE as well as national conferences of AEE, NFMT, NALMCO, IGSHPA, PIMA, and at the EMC Conference as well. Jacob has also been a consistent speaker at GE’s Nela Park and Cooper’s “The Source” in Peachtree, GA.

Jacob Goldmann

Chief Engineer and Vice President, Energy Tax Savers (ETSI)

Mar 21, 2024

12:00 -1:00

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Workforce Development and Sustainability: Are entry-level job seekers aligned with hiring firms and managers?

To many in the sustainability industry, entry-level employees’ career paths appear broad and diverse. A wide range of position types benefit from different and unique skill sets. To those graduating from high school, community college, or university, the picture may not be so clear – or so promising. This interactive presentation will review and summarize recent literature regarding workforce development initiatives in the sustainability industry to better understand the entry-level employment needs of the energy transition economy from the perspective of hiring entities and prospective employees. This review will benefit those on both sides of the hiring process, and aims to answer the following questions:

• Are aspiring sustainability job-seekers fully aware of the range of employment opportunities? If not, what are the information asymmetries?
• Are there specific job criteria that make sustainability jobs more or less attractive to job seekers, and to what degree are these criteria met in entry-level jobs?
• Can employers find and recruit job seekers with appropriate skill sets? If not, where are the most significant skill gaps, and how can they be closed?
• To what degree do cultural or generational factors impact hiring for sustainability positions?
• How does a career path in sustainability compare with other industries that job seekers may be pursuing, and what factors are most important in that comparison?

About the Presenter:
James Dodenhoff is the Founder and Principal of Silent Running Energy, a firm that guides clients through the most recent technology developments, regulatory guidelines, and finance solutions to provide optimal sustainability and energy solutions. Jim’s experience includes serving as Regional Business Development Director for S&C Electric’s Microgrid Control System, Project Development for California’s Community Solar Green Tariff Program, Working Group member for the CPUC Energy Efficiency Compensation, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI), and Working Group member for the CPUC Energy Efficiency Equity and Market Support Working Group (EMSWG). Jim has presented at numerous AEE conferences on various clean energy topics in the past ten years. Jim has an MBA in Strategy/Finance from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Energy Studies/Mechanical Engineering from Brown University.

James Dodenhoff

Founder & Principal, Silent Running Energy

Avr 18, 2024

10:00 -11:00

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Unlocking the Potential – Exploring AI Applications in the Energy Sector

*This webinar offers .2 AEE credits for live attendance.

Join us for an insightful webinar where we delve into the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within the energy industry. From optimizing resource management to enhancing sustainability practices, AI is revolutionizing how we approach energy production, distribution, and consumption.

Key Topics Include:
1. AI-driven Energy Forecasting: Learn how advanced algorithms improve accuracy in predicting energy demands, enabling more intelligent resource allocation and grid optimization.

2. Enhanced Operational Efficiency: Discover how AI-powered systems streamline maintenance operations, reduce downtime, and maximize asset performance in energy facilities.

3. Renewable Energy Integration: Explore how AI technologies facilitate integrating renewable energy sources into the grid, ensuring reliability and stability.

4. Gestion de la demande: Understand the role of AI in empowering consumers to manage their energy usage efficiently, contributing to a more sustainable energy ecosystem.

5. Risk Mitigation and Security: Examine the role of AI in identifying and mitigating risks, enhancing cybersecurity measures, and safeguarding critical energy infrastructure.

About the Presenter:
Dr. Hicham Lahmidi, C.E.M., C.B.C.P., CEA., is a French energy expert with significant practical experience in Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Research, and Sustainability. Dr. Lahmidi is currently the Chief Operating Officer of HandZ Solutions and the VP of AEE Western Europe Region.

Dr Hicham Lahmidi

Chief Operating Officer, HandZ Solutions & VP, AEE Western Europe Region

Avr 26, 2024

3:00 -4:00

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Tendances de l'audit énergétique et conseils d'experts de l'industrie

This is an opportunity to lean on a trio of experts with decades of experience in energy auditing applications. Clint Christenson, Rich Costello, and Fred Goldner will provide a high-level overview of energy auditing and the AEE Certified Energy Auditor certification. These experts are here to help you – ask your questions, and they’ll share their recommendations and similar situations they’ve experienced.

About the Panel:

Clint Christenson is a former President of AEE, and is currently a consultant and instructor providing optimization services for industrial, commercial and institutional customers. He previously served as Senior Buildings Engineer for Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Senior Energy Engineer with NORESCO, Inc., the Director of Advanced Solutions for Johnson Controls, Inc., and Director of Oklahoma State University’s Industrial Assessment Center.

Fred Goldner is the President of Energy Management & Research Associates and is a nationally recognized expert in the field of energy auditing and management with over 30 years of experience. Fred is a former President of AEE, and is currently involved in a wide variety of projects, including facility audits, use analyses, research, and energy master planning and program design. Fred has led audits and audit teams for hundreds of facilities totaling tens of millions of square feet.

Rich Costello is the President of Acela Energy Group, an energy consulting group specializing in energy procurement, load management, energy conservation training, auditing, and on-site wind & solar generation projects. Rich is a former President of AEE, and has decades of experience in the fields of load management, utility services, energy conservation, power, natural gas, and tariff related negotiations and agreements.

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Heures de contact et crédits d'attribution

L'AEE délivrera un certificat de participation aux webinaires des membres, et les participants peuvent utiliser les webinaires comme heures de contact pour les renouvellements de certification AEE. Chaque heure de contact équivaut à 0,2 crédit pour le renouvellement de votre certification AEE. (Veuillez noter qu'il appartient aux autres associations d'approuver ou non le contenu en tant qu'heures de contact pour les autres renouvellements.)