NTAEE has been active in promoting the passage of energy conservation legislation (Texas Senate Bill 115) and has an active committee reviewing the National Energy Policy. Like any association, it is the people that make NTAEE work. As a member, you have access to other professionals facing the same problems you cope with regularly.
Your membership also provides you opportunities to obtain authoritative technical and managerial information which affords you a decided competitive advantage.
NTAEE and its members welcome you to visit and join our association.
For AEE National Programs of Interest, Contact AEE National at firstname.lastname@example.org including: Certification Schedules, Conferences, Expositions , Seminars & Job Board.
When: NTAEE meets the third Thursday of each month throughout the year. The social portion of the meeting begins at 11:15 am with lunch starting at 11:30 am. The program consists of a short business meeting and an energy subject speaker with the meeting over by 1:00 pm. Where: NTAEE meetings are held in the Dallas area, usually at Brookhaven Country Club. On occasion, we hold a meeting tour at the site of a facility associated with the month's topic.
Hosts of past tour meetings have included: U.S. Post Office, H.E.B. Hospital, Toyota North American Headquarters, Paul Quinn College, Control Systems International, Texas Utilities, Lone Star Gas, Texas Wesleyan College, Bass Hall, the Arlington Water Treatment Plant, DFW Airport, and others. Contact NTAEE for the exact location and information for the meeting you wish to attend.
Why: Energy cost reduction technology is a part of every engineer's and manager's job. A survey of AEE members indicated 60% of those surveyed have slashed annual operating costs more than $1 million.
NTAEE assists you in your efforts to stay abreast of the latest technologies in our ever changing profession. An AEE survey indicated that 59% of the membership are receiving higher visibility and pay within their companies because of AEE certifications.
How: AEE Publications, AEE Job Center, AEE Conferences, AEE Certifications, AEE Scholarships, NTAEE Newsletter, NTAEE Seminars, NTAEE Monthly Meetings, NTAEE CEM Classes, NTAEE Scholarships. NTAEE is active in sponsoring seminars for area professionals. We have sponsored successful cogeneration, CFC, utility deregulation, and dozens of energy management seminars. Proceeds from these seminars are used to promote our educational focus by funding scholarships. Both NTAEE and AEE International award scholarships to deserving students majoring in energy related courses.
Our combined efforts have resulted in 203 scholarships worth over $263,000 plus AEE scholarships around $20,000 awarded to students in and from the North Texas area. NTAEE, from its inception, has committed itself to community involvement. Besides scholarships, we have adopted several schools and non-profit facilities, providing 'no cost' energy audits. Paul Quinn College was chosen to receive special assistance in replacing its old and sometimes non-existent HVAC systems by NTAEE member companies.
Who is NTAEE?
The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is your source for info & networking in the dynamic fields of energy engineering, energy management, renewables, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and related areas. AEE’s overall strength is augmented by its strong membership base of over 18000 members in more than 100 countries and its widely recognized energy certification programs. Its network of over 98 local chapters located throughout the U.S. and abroad, meet regularly to discuss issues of regional importance. We invite you to join AEE today.
NTAEE has over 150 local members and is one of the largest AEE chapters. The North Texas Chapter was founded in 1985 by a small determined group involved in energy management. Their efforts have evolved into one of the most rapidly growing and innovative chapters within AEE. NTAEE contains a broad cross section of professionals associated with the area's premier companies. Members have the opportunity of networking with other professionals on both local and regional issues. If your occupational responsibilities include energy delivery, equipment, management, maintenance, or consulting, you are an ideal candidate for membership in NTAEE.
Categories: Energy Manager, Architect Consulting, Engineer, Project Developer, Contractor, Energy Supplier, Building Owner, or Manager Investment Banker, Plant or Facility Engineer or Manager, Manufacturer or Distributor of an energy related products, Educator or Researcher involved in energy related knowledge, Student studying energy management or engineering courses
What: NTAEE seeks topics of mutual interest to it's membership and speakers and demonstrations which address specific areas of energy engineering and management. The program format is usually an educational presentation with time reserved for questions and answers.
Typical topics include: Boilers, HVAC, Cooling Towers, CFCs, Variable Speed Drives, Common Sense Energy Management, Energy Financing, DDC Controls, Cogeneration, Lighting, Environmental, Utility Rates and Deregulation, Energy Supply and Cost and Environmental and Tax Issues.