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AEEC Members
2014-2015


Business Gold: 

D&R International

Dominion Virginia Power

Honeywell

Local Energy Alliance Program

Old Dominion Electric Cooperative

Opower

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

Business Silver:

Columbia Gas of Virginia

Community Housing Partners

Harcourt Brown & Carey

Schneider Electric

Southland Energy

Trane

Virginia Natural Gas

Government:

City of Charlottesville

Loudoun County Public Schools

Academic: 

North Carolina State University

Virginia Commonwealth University

Associate:

Appalachian Voices

Southern Environmental Law Center

Individual:

David Ames, Energy Systems Group

Allen Asbury, Smyth County School Board

Whit Blake, Johnson Controls

Jess Chandler, EMI Consulting

Jeff Deem, Altus Corporation

Bill Greenleaf, Richmond Region Energy Alliance

Andrew Grigsby, Commonwealth Sustainability Works

Sandra Leibowitz, Sustainable Design Consulting

Glenn McDearmon, Sylvania Lighting Systems

Teshome Molalenge, Bridgewater College

John Morrill, Arlington County

Rose Pizzeck, Brandywine Realty Trust

Paul Smoot, Energymax

Meade Spotts, Spotts Fain

Jeff Stern, BlueStar Solar Energy

Stephen Walz, Metropolitan Washington COG

Paul Wenner, Energy Systems Group

Garry Whelan, Valid10

 

 

 

 

 

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Fall 2014 VAEEC Meeting

Join us for the Fall 2014 VAEEC Meeting!

Thursday, October 16
2-5pm
Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond
RF&P Forum
Free parking

Registration is now open.

Your twice-yearly opportunity to network with other leaders in the energy efficiency industry, hear from speakers about the state of the industry in the Commonwealth, and help chart the course for the VAEEC.

Thank you to Trane for sponsoring the fall meeting.

Meeting Agenda

2:00-2:15    Welcome and Council business

2:15-3:00    Virginia Energy Plan

3:00-3:15    Report from Governor’s ceremony

3:15-3:45    Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (Jeff Soplop, EnergySavvy)

3:45-4:00    Utilities Updates

4:00-5:00    VAEEC Priorities: PACE legislation / Cost-effectiveness project / DOE Roadmap project

The Fall Meeting is open to all. The event is free for all 2014-2015 VAEEC member representatives. All other attendees are asked to make a $10 donation at the door to help cover meeting costs.

Register now.

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Virginia Energy Plan

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The Virginia Energy Efficiency Council (VAEEC) applauds Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s Virginia Energy Plan, released on October 1. As the Governor says in his opening letter, “the cleanest and cheapest energy is the energy that is not consumed,” underscoring the central role energy efficiency will play in the Commonwealth’s energy future.

The plan is intended to provide a strategic vision for energy policy in Virginia, providing a comprehensive view of current assets and future opportunities. It will be formally presented at an event October 14, will be explored in detail as a featured agenda item at the VAEEC Fall membership meeting, which will be held two days later in Richmond. The meeting is open to everyone; click here to register.

Read the VAEEC’s full response to the Virginia Energy Plan.

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