NATIONAL -WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS (WEEC)

    October 17, 2018
    8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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    Charlotte Convention Center Hall A Charlotte, NC

    Charlotte, NC
    http://www.energycongress.com/
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    Opening Session:

    Strategic Energy Directions

    Wed, Oct 17 (8:00 - 11:15 AM)

    With Keynote Speakers

    The conference opens with leaders of industry and government discussing strategic energy directions of global importance.

    Chair: Lori Moen, AEE President-Elect

    Presentation of the Colors & Military Band
    8:00-9:00AM
     

    Bill Kent, C.E.M.

     

    Executive Director
    Association of Energy Engineers

     
    Welcome from AEE

    Lynn Good

     

    Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer 
    Duke Energy

     
    Building a Smarter Energy Future

    Sheryl Connelly

     

    Manager, Global Consumer Trends and Futuring
    Ford Motor Company

     
    Confessions of a Corporate Futurist: Coming Trends That Will Revolutionize Your Business

    Captain Scott Kelly

     

    History-Making U.S. Astronaut & Retired U.S. Navy Captain

     
    The Sky Is Not The Limit: Lessons From A Year In Space





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    The 2017 WEEC Conference Tracks


    The WEEC conference program is a comprehensive 14 track training program with over 300 speakers. 
    WEEC full-3-day-conference participants earn a total of 1.0 CEU / 10 PDH /2.0 AEE credits toward re-certification / 10 AIA LU credits, 
    which may be applied toward professional licensing requirements or certification.

    Each track has mulitple sessions, Tracks include: 


    Track A: Energy Security & Government Energy Management | FedEnergy Works

    Track B: Energy Security & Government Energy Management | FedEnergy Works

    Track C: Energy Manager's Summit

    Track D: Energy Manager's Summit

    Track E: Energy Basics

    Track F: Energy Services

    Track G:High Performance Buildings & Communities

    Track H: Industrial Energy Management

    Track I: Industrial Energy Management

    Track J: The Better Plants Program

    Track K: Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development

    Track L: Emerging Energy Trends

    Track M: Big Data and IoT

    Track N: Energy Management Around the World