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The AEE Canada East is extremely pleased to celebrate the this years recipients of the AEE Canada East Founders Scholarship from Carleton University. The scholarship is awarded annually to two students in the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering program at Carleton University. Please join us in congratulating the recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year; Chanel Smith and Danielle Tessier. Chanel Smith Danielle Tessier If you’re interested in following Chanel and Danielle by studying in this
Written by: Javier Ojeda In a series of posts I will write about my experience with different Hydroelectric Projects, in Venezuela and in Canada, from the point of view of a Project Manager, a Maintenance Engineer, and a Plant Manager, different roles that I have been held for the past 16 years. I think that this experience can be transferred to other fields on the renewable energy industry, like solar, wind, tidal and geothermal. I
Written by: Christian Lobo The AEE Canada East chapter was pleased to host a webinar titled Integration Critical – Getting the Most from Condensing Heating and Heat Recovery Technologies on January 28, 2022. As part of our mission to provide our regional energy management and sustainability community with a platform to grow, we are grateful to Robert Triebe of Thermal Energy International Inc. for the informative webinar and the engaging technical discussions that followed. Below

New for 2022: CWEEL

Posted by Andrew Penner on  January 28, 2022
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Category: Announcement, CWEEL
The Council on Women in Energy & Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) is a division of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) intended to support the role of women within the energy and environmental sectors. The CWEEL organization was founded by and continues to be run by some amazing and successful women leaders in the energy and environmental fields. For our part, the AEE Canada East chapter is excited to embark on a journey to build our
Written by: Adam Frey It is only relatively recently that the opportunity to tap into municipal wastewater pipes as a thermal supply has been considered in North America. The sewage collection system provides a stream of flowing liquid (i.e., sewage) with relatively stable temperatures. Similar to the function of boreholes in a ground-source heat pump (GSHP) system, the wastewater provides a medium for heat recovery or heat rejection (a source/sink) for building heating and cooling

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