September 30, 2016 Meeting - Tour of Milbank Manufacturing Research & Development Facility


AEE Receives ANSI Accreditation

AEE is pleased to announce that its Certified Energy Manager® (CEM®) certification program has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) based on the International Standard ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024.  ANSI Standard 17024 is well-recognized within the industry as the highest standard in personnel certification accreditation.

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Earn CEU/PDH Credits           

Get the highest quality live training online while earning credits toward meeting your professional training requirements.  Learn right from your office from some of the most respected professionals in the energy industry.  For the latest available seminars from AEE click here.


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  Introducing New Feature "AEEKC Member of the Month"
Coming Soon: Each month AEEKC will feature one member as the member of the month. This member show great interest in AEE and energy conservation. This could be you......  

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Shale in the United States
Posted: 15 Sep 2016, 1:00 pm
Over the past decade, the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing has provided access to large volumes of oil and natural gas that were previously uneconomic to produce from low permeability geological formations composed of shale, sandstone, and carbonate (e.g., limestone).

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How much U.S. electricity is generated from renewable energy?
Posted: 5 May 2016, 1:00 pm
U.S. power plants used renewable energy sources, including water, wind, biomass wood and waste, geothermal, and solar, to generate about 13% of the electricity produced in the United States during 2015.

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How much of U.S. electricity supply comes from wind, and how does that compare with other countries?
Posted: 4 Mar 2016, 12:00 pm
The United States is the world's top producer of electricity generated by wind, a title it has held since 2008. U.S. wind power totaled nearly 182 million megawatthours (MWh) during 2014, equal to 4.4% of U.S. electricity generation and more than three times the wind power generated in the United States in 2008. The top five global producers of electricity from wind also include China, Germany, Spain, and India. Although the United States generates more electricity from wind than any another country, China has the largest amount of installed wind generating capacity.

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How is the fuel mix for U.S. electricity generation changing?
Posted: 19 Feb 2016, 12:00 pm
In recent years, there have been changes in the mix of fuels used to generate electricity in the United States. Natural gas and renewable energy sources are accounting for an increasing share of U.S. electricity production, while coal-fired generation has generally declined. In its Annual Energy Outlook, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects the share of electricity generated from natural gas and nonhydro renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, will grow through 2040, while the share of other fuels, such as coal and petroleum, will decline.

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