The Evergreen Chapter of the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP) serves as a forum for members and other interested professionals to come together to network, inspire, and motivate. Chapter events are designed to bring together a wide-range of market actors responsible for advancing renewables and energy efficiency in Washington State including program implementers, utilities, contractors, eco-entrepreneurs, equipment manufacturers and distributors, consultants, architects, non-profits, students, and those wanting to enter the energy industry.
Lisa Perry, EMI Consulting
Jim Perich-Anderson, Puget Sound Energy
Kiley Faherty, Snohomish County PUD
Penelope Gabor, Franklin Energy
Nancy Li, Seattle City Light
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March 1, 2017
5:30 - 8:00pm
The Future of Clean Energy Policy
An evening reception with panelists from The Northwest Energy Coalition and Carbon Washington. Drinks and light appetizers will be provided.83 Columbia St. Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98104. Please RSVP to email@example.com. Share this invite with others.
Past Events and Pictures
October 11, 2016
Bellevue City Hall Tour and Urban Smart presentation - co-hosted with the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council
The event started started with a tour of the City of Bellevue’s very efficient City Hall Building, led by the City’s Resource Conservation Manager Emma Stone (a position funded through a Puget Sound Energy energy efficiency program). Building operators showed attendees an innovative heat exchanger that allows the city to use waste heat from on-site data centers to heat the building and meet their domestic hot water needs.
After the tour, the group went next door to Puget Sound Energy (PSE), where program manager Clint Steward and Emma Stone gave a presentation about Bellevue’s community-wide behavioral energy efficiency program, Urban Smart Bellevue. This program aims to make the downtown core a smarter, more efficient, more sustainable place to work by helping businesses take action to reduce collective annual energy use by five percent
After the presentation the group went to a nearby restaurant for a happy hour. The AESP chapter paid for appetizers, while attendees purchased their own drinks.
December 2, 2015
AESP Evergreen Holiday Party
Our holiday-themed reception was hosted by EnergySavvy in their historic Pioneer Square office. There was an energy-efficient gingerbread house competition for those interested in trying their hand at optimizing everyone’s favorite cookie-based homes. There was also hot buttered rum and other seasonal refreshments on hand for all to enjoy. In keeping with the spirit of the season, Energy Savvy coordinated a canned food and clothing collection for local charities, and entered the names of everyone who made a contribution into a raffle for a basket of sweet treats. AESP Chapter leaders highlighted the chapter’s growth over the past year, and talked up the events already scheduled for 2016, as well as the upcoming officer election.