The Savannah chapter of the Society of American Mechanical Engineers is conducting an E-Week Technical conference — providing technical training for Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, Water Resources, Environmental, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineers — at the Armstrong Center in Savannah on February 22, 2012.
The theme of the conference is “Zero in on Energy,” and its designed to provide industry insight related to engineering, entrepreneurship and leadership. Conference presentations will be divided into three tracks: Federal Focus on Energy, featuring leaders from various federal agencies and branches of the military service; Energy Engineering Expertise, exploring new breakthroughs and the latest developments in energy reduction and Emerging Technologies, Products and Services, focusing on energy efficient products and applications.
The conference will include the following informative presentations:
- General Overview of Net Energy
- Beyond LEED: Net Zero Energy Building
- Bridging Commercial Renewable Project Success and Future Energy Needs
- Increasing Sustainability of Existing Department of Defense Buildings
- Getting to Zero: Performance Data from a Net Zero Building
- Creating Renewable Energy Through Septage Disposal
- Cogeneration + Micro Grid: Roadmap to Energy Security and Sustainability
The 2012 Savannah E-Week Conference not only brings the latest energy developments to the local architect/engineering community, it also provides an inexpensive way to earn professional development hours.
Conference registration fees are:
$100 – Early Bird Registration (now through January 15)
$140 – Registration (after January 15)
$25 – Student Registration
$0 – Student Facilitators
For additional information and registration click here: Savannah E-Week website.