Written by: Jack Laken The building industry has been exposed in the past several years for requiring dramatic change to status quo practices. Buildings contribute nearly 40% to annual global CO2 emissions. The pandemic has led to questions regarding ventilation safety in buildings where we spend up to 90% of our time. These serious challenges are prompting many energy engineers to question: If I were to start today with retrofits or new building designs, what
Written by: Christian Lobo The AEE Canada East chapter was pleased to host an event on the topic of Air Sampling for Ventilation Management on November 26, 2021. As part of our mission to provide our regional energy management and sustainability community with a platform to grow, we are grateful to Effi Frohwein of Siemens for the informative webinar and the engaging technical discussions that followed. Below are a few (okay, more than a few)
Written by: Mitchell Niles, P.Eng. From November 17th to November 19th, 2021 the Canadian Renewable Energy Association (CanREA) hosted its inaugural Electricity Transformation Canada conference at the Metro Toronto Conference Centre. This was the first conference for CanREA since the amalgamation of the former Canadian Solar Industry Association (CanSIA) and the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA). As well, this was the first in-person event for this association since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic. On
Written by: Jana Giles, 6th Year Chemical Engineering Student at the University of New Brunswick The excitement I feel for a career in “green” engineering came from many years of discoverythroughout university and I have many people to thank for the opportunities, including AEE Canada East –thank you! Jana Giles It was mid-June of my final year of high school when my homeroom teacher pulled me asideand asked me “So Jana, what university are you
The AEE Canada East is extremely pleased to celebrate the first recipient of the AEE Canada East Founders Scholarship from the University of New Brunswick. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student in their 3rd or 4th year who has demonstrated a keen interest in energy efficiency, renewable energy or energy related innovation and entrepreneurship through the J Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management & Entrepreneurship. Please join us in congratulating the recipient for

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