The North Carolina Association of Energy Engineers (NCAEE) hosts monthly meetings for its members. These meetings might be in the form of traditional, sit-down seminars or could be interactive tours at local facilities. Meetings are typically the last Tuesday of the month, but can vary based on facility availability and other factors. For a list of our engaging upcoming meetings, see below!

NCAEE Chapter Meeting – Holiday Party

  December Meeting  Join us December 5th for our holiday party at the Brickhouse We are hosting our annual holiday party Tuesday December 5th at the Brickhouse on Hillsborough Road and would love to have all the energy engineers and interested others join us for a meal and some holiday […]

NCAEE Chapter Meeting – NALA Membranes

September 12, 5:30 – 7:00pm Sue J. Mecham, Ph.D., is Co-Founder and CEO of NALA Membranes, a new generation membrane company based in RTP, North Carolina.  NALA is developing chlorine tolerant reverse osmosis membranes from new, chlorine-stable, polymers. Sue has over 25 years of experience building and leading technical and […]

NCSU Solar House (April 24, 2023)

April Meeting Join us on April 24th before the NC Energy Conference for a meeting and tour of the NCSU Solar House and CWEEL Our second meeting in April…we have a social meeting this week serving three purposes. First, for those coming to Raleigh for the NC Energy Conference don’t […]

Bidirectional Electric Vehicle Charging

April Meeting Daniel Real from Advanced Energy will cover his real-world experience on Bidirectional Electric Vehicle Charging At the seams of vehicle-grid integration, bidirectional electric vehicle (EV) chargers can unlock new value streams through dozens of use cases for residential and commercial buildings. Using only vehicle-to-building (V2B) use cases, one […]

Mason Farm Wastewater Plant Tour

May Meeting Tour of Mason Farm Wastewater Plant The Orange Water and Sewage Authority (OWASA) is a publicly-held water treatment agency serving the Carrboro – Chapel Hill area in North Carolina. The OWASA Mason Farm Wastewater Treatment Plant in Chapel Hill is nearly 86,000 square feet and services about 83,000 […]

The Role of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors in Carbon Free Power

February Meeting The Role of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors in Carbon Free Power This presentation from Vikram Rao will discuss his recent book.  “Carbon-Free Power: The Role of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors”  In our conversion to a carbon free electric grid, solar and wind power have established themselves as low-cost […]