AEE SoCal Annual Training Conference
 

2020 Annual Conference

 CALL FOR SPEAKERS - UPDATE

UPDATE: This year’s conference will now be an online-only event. If you were previously unable to travel to our conference to speak, please consider this new opportunity to participate remotely.
 
The Association of Energy Engineers ‐ Southern California Chapter is pleased to announce we are now accepting abstracts for our Annual Conference until June 30th. The theme of this year’s conference is:

Advancing California's Energy and Climate Goals

Topics may fall under one of the following suggested categories and subtopics or under the general umbrella of the conference theme.
 
California Energy Policy
  • Energy and Climate Goal Strategies
  • Clean Energy Economy
Energy Management
  • Strategic Energy Management
  • Onsite Power Generation
  • Grid Integration
Sustainable Design
  • Residential
  • Commercial/Industrial
  • Infrastructure
Transportation Impacts and Alternatives
  • Mass Transit
  • Heavy Trucking
Emerging Technologies
 
Interested speakers are invited to submit an abstract to conference@aeesocal.orgSubmission deadline is June 30, 2020.
 
To be considered as a speaker, include a 1‐page abstract and outline of your potential presentation, your contact information, and a short bio about the speaker. Please email your submittals to conference@aeesocal.org.
 
Through our selection process, we will identify keynote speakers, speakers for the main forum and breakout sessions, and members to moderate or participate on a discussion panel.
 
This year's conference will now be an online-only event. Sessions may be split over multiple days between October 19-23, 2020 (full schedule to be determined).
 

 
What Makes This a Must-Attend Event?
 
Comprehensive Program: The AEE SoCal Annual Conference addresses the spectrum of distributed energy resources, including clean transportation and building decarbonization.
 
Objective and Insightful: A diverse range of academic and industry presentations provides objective content and insights on the latest, cutting edge information.
 
Sharing and Networking: The AEE SoCal Annual Conference program emphasizes sharing knowledge, visions, aspirations, and networking among industry energy professionals.
 
Key Stakeholder Engagement: Attendees are comprised of key leaders from academia, government, and industry with a stake in the clean energy economy.
 
Who Should Attend?
 
The event is intended for professionals from academia, government, and industry, and students who seek up to date knowledge on climate adaptive technology, building decarbonization, clean mobility, and other distributed energy resources.
 
The networking and sharing of information will be of key interest to regulators, public policy professionals, researchers, technology developers, system integrators, investors, urban planners, utilities, and other stakeholders who wish to understand the potential and challenges associated with the rapidly changing California energy landscape.

Join us in Thanking our 2019 Sponsors:


An Incredible Line-up of Speakers for a Very Relevant and Critical Topic:


Additional Thanks to AEE SoCal's Annual Conference Key Collaborators:

Verdical Group, LA Cleantech Incubator, 350 South Bay Los Angeles, Cleantech and Sustainability LA, Sierra Club Clean Break, UCLA Institute of Environment & Sustainability, Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability (LARC), and Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council


Every year, AEE SoCal brings together an audience with a variety of individual perspectives and roles in the energy industry including executives, managers, engineers, policymakers, regulators, project developers, and finance specialists.

This is a fantastic opportunity for professionals, students, and all with an interest in energy to connect and learn from one another.

For more information please contact Monika Cornelius: monika@aeesocal.org or 714-330-4753

AEE SoCal is a Section 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that provides year-round educational opportunities for energy professionals, students, and the community.

Thank you for making the 2019 Annual Conference a great success for all. Let’s do it again this year, 2020!