Past Events

Coming Events

AEE Alberta Chapter Annual General Meeting

Friday, January 22, 2021, 4 to 6 p.m. 

Registration: Sign-up here


APEGA Webinar: Canadian Building Energy Codes Evolution to a Performance-Based Design

Thursday, February 4, 2021, noon to 1 p.m., MT 

Presented by AEE Alberta member Lisa Kanik, P.Eng., C.E.M, LEED AP, Principal of Greenhalls Sustainable Services Ltd



Past Events

AEE Alberta Chapter networking event on energy benchmarking with representatives from the cities of Edmonton and Calgary

Wednesday, November 25, 2020, 4:30 to 6 p.m. 

Guest speakers and presentations:

The City of Edmonton’s Year Three-Benchmarking Report was released last month, have a look here.


AEE Alberta Chapter Networking on Net Zero Energy Buildings

Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 4:30 to 6 p.m. 

10 AEE members met online to discuss the characteristics of net zero energy buildings and various strategies for further development and adoption timelines.


Some (Not So) Hidden Secrets for Successful M&V of Energy Efficiency Projects Webinar

Thursday, October 1, 2020, noon to 1 p.m., MT 

AEE Alberta Youtube channel event recording

Guest speaker: Eric Mazzi, Mazzi Consulting (

Eric discussed several M&V issues which, in his view, are often critical to the successful M&V for energy efficiency projects. “For those who only indirectly work with M&V, I will first briefly overview what M&V is and summarize common methods. Then I will discuss several concepts and issues that are often critical to successful M&V. For each issue, I will illustrate using examples and case studies from industrial or institutional M&V projects. My goal is to help professionals only tangentially involved in M&V to gain a better understanding of what M&V is, and improve your ability to contribute to successful M&V. For M&V practitioners, I aim to help improve your effectiveness by reinforcing key concepts and sometimes overlooked issues, and ideally help your M&V work contribute to more effective demand-side energy management.”


How Smart Buildings Improve Ventilation, Air Quality and Reduce Energy Use Webinar

Tuesday, September 15, 2020, noon to 1 p.m., MT 

AEE Alberta Youtube channel event recording

Guest speaker: Andreas Winardi, Sr. Energy Engineer with Siemens

“Energy efficiency have been taking the back seat lately with the call for increased ventilation when reopening buildings. Ventilation is key to maintain good Indoor Air Quality, but should we sacrifice Energy Efficiency to achieve this? Is there a better way to mitigate the risk, while saving energy and safely reopening buildings to be occupied after a long shutdown? Is it time to be Smart and smartly deploy a new way to optimize building performance?”


Hydrogen Technologies and Outlook Webinar, in partnership with Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) 

Wednesday, July 22, 2020, noon to 1 p.m., MT 

AEE Alberta Youtube channel event recording

Guest speakers:
-Grant Strem, Chairman and CEO, Proton Technologies
-David Layzell, PhD, FRSC, Research Director, The Transition Accelerator, Professor and Director, Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research (CESAR) Initiative

“Hydrogen has the potential to play a significant role in the decarbonization of the industrial world. This webinar will provide insight into why the transition to a hydrogen economy has increasing potential and how Alberta can leverage its existing expertise to be a significant global player in the low carbon economy. Our speakers will highlight the potential production and use cases for hydrogen, where the industry is at today.”


Introduction to Passive House: The Benchmark for Predictable Energy Efficiency

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, noon to 1 p.m., MT 

AEE Alberta Youtube channel event recording

Guest speaker:  Steven Cox, Certified Passive House Consultant with VerdaTech Energy, founding member and vice-chair of Passive House Alberta

“The presentation will cover Passive House design concepts and how they relate to other Green Building standards. A few projects built in Alberta will be reviewed. The presentation will conclude with some data collected from a lived-in home and the potential for Passive House buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.”