Welcome to the Southeast chapter of AESP. We represent Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Our chapter's mission is to facilitate opportunities to network, share ideas and promote the energy services industry throughout the Southeast. We would like to extend an invitation to everyone in the Southeast to help us focus on the needs and opportunities that are specific to the region. Please email to sponsor future Southeast Chapter events.
Cyrus Bhedwar, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA)
Sheryl Shelton, South Carolina Electric & Gas
Frank Wickstead, ICF
Carolyn Greer, Tennessee Valley Authority
Sabrina Cowden, Milepost Consulting
Luisa Freeman, DNV GL
Josh Duckwall, GDS Associates
Geographic Area Served
Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia
Join this Chapter
Already a member of AESP and want to join your local chapter? Email AESPSoutheast@gmail.com to get involved.
Not a member yet? Learn more about AESP Member Benefits and click here to join AESP
- AESP Group and Individual Memberships: All AESP Group and Individual memberships include membership in a Local Chapter at no extra cost.
- AESP Chapter Membership only: Or opt to be a Local Chapter member only – to be active in this community, support your local energy efficiency industry and enjoy the member rate at chapter events.
October 16-18, 2017
SEEA & AESP Southeast Conference
Georgia Tech Global Learning Center
Highlighting the ‘Service’ in AESP
Energy efficiency can make a real difference in people’s lives especially families with fixed or limited incomes. That is why, this year, the Association for Energy Services Professional Southeast (AESP-SE) Chapter is sponsoring a home energy makeover for one deserving military veteran in its service territory.
Learn more about the project by downloading our project flyer or view the presentation given at the 2016 SEEA/AESP-SE Annual Conference (including the video of the family’s reaction to the news, slide 12!).
Interested in being part of the project? Contact Cyrus Bhedwar, Chapter President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Frank Wickstead, Chapter Treasurer at email@example.com.
Thanks to all our current sponsors including:
This chapter would not have been possible without the vision and hard work of Chapter Past President LK Browning and Treasurer Frank Wickstead.
Past Events and Pictures
August 7-8, 2017
Southern Heat - AESP SE Chapter Meeting
Hyatt Regency New Orleans (Group room rate $161 - Reserve your room here)
601 Loyola Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70113
$125 for AESP-SE Chapter Members
$200 for nonmembers (includes a chapter membership)
October 25-26, 2016
The 2016 SEEA & AESP Southeast Conference
Just because the SEEA & AESP SE Conference is the region's premier energy efficiency gathering, doesn't mean you won't enjoy yourself too! In fact, research shows that we learn best when we're at play, so the conference's official Fun Committee has built play right into the program. From energy efficiency game shows to networking, and from music to awards, we think you'll be glad you joined in the fun!
July 26, 2016
Sippin' in the Summer
Looking for an opportunity to catch up and reconnect with colleagues and friends now that summer's in full swing? Please join AESP Southeast and SEEA for an evening of fun and networking at Sippin' in the Summertime! There is no charge to participate, but bring some change so you can enjoy an energizing summer cocktail, and please register so we can look forward to welcoming you! Sippin' in the Summertime!
March 3-4, 2016
AESP Southeast Winter Event
Are you interested in data aggregation, emerging trends in commercial energy efficiency and research & development? If so, consider attending the Association of Energy Services Professionals’ Southeast Chapter (AESP SE) Winter Event in Orlando, Florida March 3-4, 2016. Topics include: Commercial Building Energy Data Aggregation, Emerging Trends and Technologies in Commercial Energy Efficiency and Topics in Research and Development.