Since its inception, the Advanced Energy Group has relied heavily upon its members to frame future discussions by raising concerns and recommending solutions through one of the most vital tools at AEG’s disposal – the post-event survey. These surveys are not only the key to unlocking essential resources for our stakeholder members, but a primary channel for the AEG team to explore potential discussion topics and address specific challenges that may not occur in other cities, as well.
On May 16th, 2017, Chicago Advanced Energy facilitated a microgrid masterplanning workshop as part of Chicago Community Trust's annual On the Table Series in conjunction with David Robbins, Projects Administrator at the City of Chicago Department of Aviation, at the offices of Holland & Knight. This installment of the AEG Podcast features Brien Sheahan, Chairman of the Illinois Commerce Commission, delivering an introduction to the workshop.
In this special installment of the AEG Podcast, New York Advanced Energy speaks with Richard Cohen, Vice President of Facilities Operations for NYU Langone Medical Center. Mr. Cohen provided New York Advanced Energy with a rigorous rundown of the facility’s power management systems, resiliency efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, and more.
From June 19th to the 23rd of 2017, Advanced Energy Group Founder & CEO H.G. Chissell led the New York Energy System Transformation Delegation trip to Berlin to study the German Energiewende. This installment of the AEG Podcast features an introduction from David Armour, Chief City Executive of the Siemens Corporation.
Could there be a more perfect venue than the U.S. Green Building Council’s headquarters for hosting our Washington Advanced Energy (WAE) Q2 2017 Stakeholder Meeting on Smart Buildings & Grid Modernization? We could not think of one. Dave Witek (Senior Vice President, Finance, Operations & Administration) and the USGBC Team graciously hosted us in their LEED Platinum (2009) space that showcased what smart buildings can do.
On June 29th, 2017, Advanced Energy Group Fellow Tanner Kenney joined the New York Energy Consumers Council for a tour of the nearly-completed Cornell Tech campus at The Bloomberg Center on Roosevelt Island slated to open in August of 2017. On May 30th, 2017, the university announced its goal to achieve both net-zero and LEED Platinum statuses on the campus.