Lunch & Learn Series: Leidos Energy Efficiency Programs

 

 

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Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:30 AM

Topic:

Leidos Energy Efficiency Programs with Michael D. Dewein

Cost: 

Members- Free
Non-Members- $5.00

*Lunch Provided

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the opportunities to bring National Grid incentives to their projects and clients
2. Receive an early glimpse at how the Top 10 Residential and Commercial Codes (based on the 2015 IECC/ASHRAE 90.1 – 2013) will impact their business.
3. Incorporate Air Barrier Inspections, Modeling for Performance Compliance, and Commissioning will help them comply with the new Energy Codes
4. Benefit from Leidos Energy Efficiency Services and Programs
About the Speaker:
Mike joins Leidos as Manager of Special Projects in its Energy Engineering Division, and supports management and business development operations from the Albany, NY office. He has over 30 years’ experience as a national and regional leader in Energy and Building Code technical support, advocacy and implementation project management, as well as providing guidance to efficiency projects ranging from Home Performance QA monitoring and training to Community Energy Management. To amplify Leidos’ capacities in energy efficiency and leverage his national network of industry and state agency partnerships, Mr. DeWein is helping grow the Leidos Energy Engineering Division building codes expertise,bringing his expertise to bear onUtility, State SEP, Energy and other Codes and Efficiency efforts.

A national expert and veteran of the energy-efficiency industry with service in 35 states and abroad, Mr. DeWein is nationally recognized for combining his deep technical knowledge with sustainable, practical applications. In Illinois, Mike has a long track record, having successfully working with the City of Chicago Codes Office to develop and adopt its first Commercial Energy Code, supported the adoption of Illinois’ first statewide energy code, and managed statewide training, outreach, local and statewide advocacy. He worked to develop the Metro Mayors’ Caucus (MMC) energy code implementation efforts presentation development and training. Among his many accomplishments in technical areas as well as policy development, he has managed the State Facilities, Commissioning and Renewables initiatives, and also helped develop the NYSTAR program, the first Home Energy Rating System program for builders in New York. Recently, Mr. DeWein assembled the winning team and helped write the winning proposal for the New York Power Authority’s emerging technology program, NYPA EE-INC, and began implementing that Program. He has built his expertise from the ground up – as a home builder and an alternative energy retailer and installer in both Massachusetts and New York, as manager of the Cornell Energy Systems manufacturing and distribution businesses, and as an accomplished proposal writer. Mike has served on the Energy Code Advisory or Technical Committees of numerous States, and on code development Committees including the ICC – SEHPCAC, ASHRAE 189, and currently, the CBEI Existing Commercial Building “Change of Occupancy” proposal development project in Pennsylvania.

Location: Halfmoon Library 475 Moe Rd, Clifton Park, NY 12065

Register for this event: Lunch & Learns-September 17