Attendees | AEE East 2022

The Association of Energy Engineers invites energy professionals from commercial business, government and industry to network and connect over the two-day event.

Attendees job titles and positions include:

  • Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Members
  • Certified Energy Managers (CEMs)
  • Executives (CEO, CFO, COO)
  • Energy Engineers
  • Building Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Utility Accountants
  • Energy Service Performance Managers
  • Energy Efficiency Consultants
  • Project Engineers
  • Resource Efficiency Managers (REMs)
  • Plant Engineers, Managers & Administrators
  • End Users
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Boiler Owners & Operators
  • Corporate Planners 
  • Electrical, Mechanical & Process Engineers
  • Energy Procurement Professionals 
  • Environmental Engineers & Managers 
  • Health Care Facility Administrators 
  • HVAC Contractors 
  • LDC and Municipality Representatives
  • Utility Facility Managers & Account Managers
  • Researchers in Public Institutions
  • Certified Energy Auditors (CEAs) 
  • Certified Building Commissioning Professionals (CBCPs) 
  • Certified Lighting Efficiency Professionals (CLEPs) 
  • Certified Sustainable Development Professionals (CSDPs) 
  • Certified Carbon Reduction Managers (CRMs) 
  • Certified Energy Procurement Professionals (CEPs)
Attendees are often responsible for the management, and operation of the following buildings and facilities:
  • Municipalities, Local and State Government Buildings
  • Industrial and Manufacturing
  • Commercial Offices & Retail Business
  • Large Capacity Residential Buildings
  • Health Care, Schools and Universities
AEE East decision makers are looking for technologies, software, products and services in the following categories.
  • Energy Efficiency Services and Technologies
  • Renewable and Alternative Energy Options
 (Solar, Wind, Fuel Cell)
  • Building Automation
  • Lighting Products and Controls

  • HVAC Systems and Controls

  • Building Automation 
Energy Management Systems

  • Combined Heat & Power

  • Cogeneration

  • Boilers and Combustion Controls

  • Thermal Storage

  • Load Management

  • Geoexchange
  • Federal Energy Management Specific Applications

  • Energy Services

  • Project Financing