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                           AESP CA Chapter – 2019 Calendar of Events

    May 8th -  AESP California Chapter - free tour of UCSD’s microgrid!



    Date / Location

    Northern California


    LBNL Research Project Updates - Lighting Round

    Q2: Berkeley, on LBNL Campus

    CEC EPIC Grant Focus Area - Mini-Conference

    Q3: TBD Location

    Holiday Happy Hour

    Q4: TBD Location

    Southern California


    UC San Diego Microgrid Tour

    Q1: UC San Diego Campus

    Networking Happy Hour

    Q2: TBD in LA region

    EM&V Training

    Q3: TBD Location

    Holiday Happy Hour

    Q4: TBD Location


    Events and Pictures


    April 2019

    AESP CA Chapter & AWWEE Networking Mixer

    The AESP CA Chapter and AWWEE co-hosted a Los Angeles networking mixer in April. The event was capped due to the terrific turnout. 


    January, 2019
    AESP CA Chapter & CEDMC Happy Hour

    The AESP CA Chapter and CEDMC co-hosted a happy hour at PG&E’s Pacific Energy Center, directly following the CEDMC EM&V Forum.


    September, 2018
    Lunchtime Municipal EE Panel Webinar

    The AESP California Chapter hosted a free lunchtime webinar featuring a panel of California’s municipal utilities. Bringing a diverse range of perspectives, Silicon Valley Power, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Burbank Power and Water, Sacramento Municipal Utility District and Riverside Public Utilities to address their customer mix, energy programs, performance goals, policy drivers, and plans and answer questions about the current energy landscape.


    May, 2018
    The Proposed CA eTRM

    The AESP California Chapter hosted a lunch event in Downey, CA and an evening event in Oakland, CA featuring the proposed California electronic Technical Reference Manual (eTRM). The California Technical Forum (Cal TF) is building an electronic Technical Reference Manual, known as the eTRM, that will be a repository for all statewide deemed measures. The new state-of-the art, best-in-class eTRM platform will be essential to streamlining and ensuring the transparency of the ex-ante measure process, implementation, and reporting workflow. Moreover, the eTRM supports the policy goals of the new California implementation framework where third-party implementation contractors are expected to design and implement 60% of the portfolio by 2020. This update from CalTF staff members outlined some of the numerous benefits the eTRM will bring to California’s energy efficiency industry.

    October, 2017
    PG&E Office or Webinar - How the State of California will Reach ZNE

    Matt Henigan, Deputy Secretary, Sustainability for California Government Operations Agency, shared the State’s efforts to lead by example and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2020, and to work toward zero net energy in 50% of existing building square footage by 2025. We learned about the drivers behind these efforts, the strategies and tactics that are keeping the State of California on track, and the progress that has been made to date.

    April 2017
    Volunteer Project -- Rebuilding Together

    Ever wonder what your California counterparts are up to? At the end of April 2017, the AESP California chapter set up their first volunteer effort with Rebuilding Together. A total of 13 volunteers brought their wrenches and pliers and got to work installing low-flow faucet aerators and shower heads, installing LEDs, checking fridge and water heater temperatures, and educating residents about energy efficiency. The team was able to round up donations from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, KW Sustainable Brands, and Embertec. Thanks to our donors and volunteers for all their help!

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