Please join us for our 2014 Winter Forum!

 

Can Old HVAC Be Innovative?


Applying new operational strategies to buildings from 2-50 years old:  you can teach an old building new tricks!


 

When:             December 5, 2014 - 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

 

Where:            Apollo Building 

26055 SW Canyon Creek Rd.

Wilsonville, OR 97070

 

Description:

 

This forum will take a deep dive into modern, innovative approaches to solving age-old building operation issues. At the end of this program:

·         Participants will take away strategies to employ in their buildings to overcome common operational challenges.

·         Participants will have a better understanding of new technology available to upgrade common systems.

·         Participants will have tools they can use to convince decision-makers to invest in energy efficiency measures in existing (and new) buildings, and funding strategies to offset those capital costs.

·         Participants will have the opportunity to discuss benefits and challenges of specific systems with industry experts and vendors.

 

Schedule:

 

8:30 – 8:45  

Registration and continental breakfast – visit with exhibitors

8:45 – 9:00     

Welcome by Dave Cone, Oregon APEM President, and Apollo Solutions

9:00 – 10:00

Chris Lowen, Glumac – innovative approaches to retrofits of existing buildings

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 10:45    

Vendor introductions

Networking break – visit with exhibitors

10:45 – 11:30

Chris Lowen, Glumac – continuous commissioning

11:30 – 12:30

Lunch and networking – visit with exhibitors / annual business meeting

12:30 – 1:15 

Mark Kinzer, Abacus – existing building conversions to variable flow systems

1:15 – 2:00

Mike Bailey, P.E., Oregon APEM Board Member – HVAC Case Studies - lessons learned from two well-intentioned projects

 

CEU:  Continuing Education Units available for this forum 

Vendors: Proctor Sales, Columbia Hydronics, Hunter Davisson, Apollo Environmental


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Now Accepting Nominations for 2014’s Energy Manager of the Year!


Energy Manager of the Year Application


Each year Oregon APEM honors an outstanding example of energy management in action. We all look forward
to the opportunity to highlight the contribution that one person or organization has made in the pursuit of a
more energy efficient world. This award is especially meaningful because candidates are nominated by their
peers who recognize the hard work and determination required to make real change in our community. Please
take a moment to consider your colleagues in the energy field and nominate an exceptional organization or
individual who is deserving of this award.

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What Is Oregon APEM?

The Oregon Association of Professional Energy Managers was founded in 1982 as a partnership of business, government and utilities. Oregon APEM seeks to advance the understanding and practice of efficient energy use through forums, newsletters, facility tours, and face-to-face dialogue. Oregon APEM provides a forum for energy and resource management professionals in Oregon and Southwest Washington to share information and to grow professionally. In 2006 Oregon APEM incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Oregon APEM members have a variety of job titles and come from a broad diversity of backgrounds. This diversity enlarges the scope of professional level information disseminated among the members. Oregon APEM members and their communities benefit from informed input into the design of utility programs, government legislation, and efficient business operations.

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Oregon APEM Board
PO Box 6764
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