North Carolina Association of Energy Engineers
Join us on November 17th with Walter bright for a meeting on Building Automation Systems
Join us on November 17th for an open discussion around Building Automation Systems (BAS) and their impact on your facility. With lighting quickly moving to LED, the next “low hanging fruit” in our buildings will be BAS. While there are substantial opportunities to make improvements, unfortunately it is not as simple as changing T12s to T8s to LEDs. Our presenter Walter Bright, president of the Institute of Energy Professionals, will come ready with a PowerPoint slide deck and topics of discussion. However, he encourages you to come with your own questions, difficulties and solutions for an open dialog around the challenges but boundless possibilities. Planned topics of discussions include a general overview of controls, sequences of operation (with specific regard to energy efficiency) and PIC valves (as time allows).
Walter “Wally” Bright is the president of the Institute of Energy Professionals (IEP), whose goal is to provide the very best in practical energy management training and technical assistance to personnel from all sectors. The core of the Institute’s training is the Professional Energy Manager (PEM) series, which has proven highly successful in producing effective Energy Managers for industrial, commercial, governmental, and institutional facilities. Program graduates have gone on to lead energy initiatives for major corporations, cities, colleges/universities, military installations, etc. Prior to IEP, Wally worked as a controls contractor and consulting engineer, allowing him to see “both sides” of the BAS industry.
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Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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NCAEE Members and Friends
No cost for attendees
- If having trouble connecting, call Walter Bright cell phone 919-545-6800 or Dale Cranford cell phone 336-553-7768
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