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TXAEE Next Meeting

Please join us on Tuesday, August 27th at 11:30 am

Grins Restaurant, 802 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, TX

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Please join us on Tuesday – August 27th at Grins Restaurant in San Marcos…


Big Data/IoT, and AI

Presented by

Ray Kamal, CEO

Entronix – Facility Analytics Platform

 

The Austin/San Antonio chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers is holding its August monthly luncheon at Grins Restaurant in San Marcos. The chapter meeting will cover two primary topics. First, the new officers will be introduced and spend some time discussing future chapter activities. Second, we will have a technical presentation on a very relevant and current topic related to big data and analytics.

The technical portion of the meeting will be led by Ray Kamal, CEO of Entronix – Facility Analytics Platform. Ray will discuss Big data, new approaches, and analytics to solve business problems, as well as how customers are monetizing Big data/IoT in commercial facilities and how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is stitching Big data/Internet of Things (IoT) to work together.

Ray Kamal, CEO of Entronix

Ray Kamal CEO of Entronix

www.entronix.io

www.linq.io

Ray Kamal is the Co-Founder of Entronix and LINQ. He has over 20 years’ experience in building automation with over a decade as CEO of a national controls company. Ray’s Texas/Louisiana based R&D team is focused on developing the next generation of hardware and software technologies in the facilities industry.

Agenda
A. Meet new officers
B. Discussion of chapter roles
C. Identify Chapter Goals
1. Short-term (6 to 12 months)
2. Long-term (24 months)
D. Technical Presentation
1. Ray Kamal

 
Tuesday, August 27th at 11:30 am at
Grins Restaurant, 802 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, TX

For map click here: https://grinsrestaurant.com/contact-us/
For the menu click here: https://grinsrestaurant.com/menu/

The restaurant has asked us to help them prepare by picking a menu item and letting them know in advance. Please review the menu and if you know what you want, please reply to Linda.Rickard@austinenergy.com


Directions from Austin: Head south on I35. Take Exit 206 toward TX-82 Loop / Aquarena Springs Dr. Stay on Frontage Rd, then take a slight right onto Aquarena Springs Dr. Travel about a mile and at the intersection, turn right onto E. Sessom Dr. Go a half mile and turn right onto N. LBJ Dr. Grins parking lot will be the next entrance to the right.

Directions from San Antonio: Head north on I35. Take Exit 204 toward San Marcos/Seguin/TX-82 Loop W/TX-123 Loop S. Stay on Frontage Rd, then use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto E. Hopkins St. Travel a half mile then turn right onto Charles Austin Dr. Go 0.3 mi and turn left onto Aquarena Springs Dr. Go 0.2 mi and turn right onto E. Sessom Dr. Go a half mile and turn right onto N. LBJ Dr. Grins parking lot will be the next entrance to the right.

Problems finding the place? Please call Grin’s Restaurant at 512-392-4746.

If you can’t make it to the meeting, not to worry….

At 11:45 am, please call in at: 1-800-719-6100 (or 1-218-339-7817), participant access code 157500 #

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Job Opportunity in San Antonio!!

Job Posting: Senior Management Analyst – City of San Antonio – Salary $52,682.50 – $79,024.14 Annually, Closes 9/6/19, Office of Sustainability

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/2543618/senior-management-analyst

 

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Programs

Programs are the heart of the Chapter. The programs serve to inform our members of the latest developments in the energy industry and to allow our member to obtain Professional Development Hours (PDH) for various licensing and trade certifications. The Chapter is looking for programs to fill its 2016 calendar. If you know of a certain speaker or presenter, or would like to hear about a specific topic, or can, yourself, be a presenter, please let us know about it. Our ability to line up interesting and topical programs comes directly from you. Please help us in any way that you can.

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Texas Property Assessed Clean Energy (TX-PACE) Service Provider Training
(8:30 AM – noon)   –  $50

721 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

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The workshop is an interactive discussion with subject matter experts about the details of the TX-PACE program including technical requirements and application process. Attendees will learn how to use the program to finance energy efficiency, water conservation, resiliency, and distributed generation improvements. This workshop will also include a presentation and question-and-answer session with a panel of capital providers, an update on the current “PACE in a BOX” market, and discuss in-depth current case studies.

The workshop is targeted towards engineers and contractors in the energy/water efficiency and clean energy space, but is open to anyone interested in learning how the TX-PACE program benefits Texas communities, businesses, and property owners. All attendees will receive a copy of the Texas PACE Authority program guidelines and coffee and pastries will be provided.

The next Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) Seminars will be held on:
Tue. May 8th, 11:30 am – Urban Gardens

For information on the topic, please click this link: greenbuilding.austinenergy.com

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Tue. Dec 5th, 11:45 am Austin 2030 District, The Joy of Benchmarking for Commercial Buildings, Under Armour Connected Fitness,
211 Walter Seaholm Drive, Austin, TX 78701. The most fundamental part of the journey to savings via energy efficiency is good benchmarking. In this end-of-year session, we will describe how Austin 2030 will establish its first district performance benchmarks, and examine the tools that Austin Energy provides to commercial buildings for tracking energy consumption. Free registration. Drinks and cookies available. Bring your own lunch if desired.
Click here to register.

 

Upcoming Seminars

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Jun. 19-23 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers
Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport, Seattle, WA (206) 244-6666

Jul. 17-21 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers
Hilton Arlington, Washington, DC (855) 213-0582

Jul. 24-28 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers
AEE Long Island Chapter, Old Westbury, NY Robert Amundsen, (516) 686-7578
ramundse@nyit.edu

Aug. 7 -11 Comprehensive 5-Day Training Program for Energy Managers
The Century House, Albany, NY (800) 491-6126

Scholarships

Norman Muraya, our Scholarship Chair, is looking for volunteers to be on the Scholarship committee this year.
Last year the committee consisted of Norman Muraya, Frank Richards, and Cliff Finley.

If you would like to serve on the Scholarship committee, please contact Norman at Norman.Muraya@AustinEnergy.com or 512-482-5323.

 

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