New Orleans is Open and Ready for Our Business!
Entergy, their employees, support workers and volunteers have done a fantastic job. As of today, almost 100% of power is restored to New Orleans. The city is excited to welcome back events, tourism, and business and is rebounding quickly. Let's support their efforts and gather next month for one of the industry's key annual events.
In-person preregistration is now closed | Register Onsite.
AEE World is back! Join us at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center to do business, share advancements in the industry, and connect with your peers.
Earn 1.2 CEU | 12 PDH | 2.4 AEE Credits
Gain virtual access to the opening, closing and CWEEL keynote sessions, and high level panel discussions.
Earn up to 1.4 CEU | 14 PDH | 2.8 AEE Credits
Bill Kent, CEM
Opening Session Speaker
Executive Director, Association of Energy Engineers
A welcome message from AEE...
Bear Grylls, OBE
Opening Keynote Speaker
President and CEO
Entergy New Orleans
Robert Swan, OBE
Closing Keynote Speaker
Record Breaking Polar Explorer & Environmental Campaigner
The Last 300 Expedition
Live technical sessions designed to let you learn and connect based on your professional goals.
Track A offers specially targeted workshops addressing the interests and needs of professionals involved in energy management within the U.S. federal government.
Energy Manager’s Summit
Tracks B & C concentrate on commercial and industrial energy management industries across a broad range of topics, including success stories, energy efficiency programs, selling energy to non-energy professionals, and many more.
Track D tackles various topics vital for training new energy managers and continuing the education of high-level professionals.
Track E encompasses a wide range of energy service topics, including commissioning, master planning, measurement and verification, and energy performance.
High Performance Communities
Track F explores the growing global trend to move college campuses, community neighborhoods and even entire cities to levels of energy and emissions performance that approach near-zero impacts.
Industrial Energy Management
Tracks G & H combine presentations that focus on improving energy usage, and management in industrial applications.
The Better Plants Program
Track I focuses on the interests of the US Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Program, its members and partners.
Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development
Track J highlights the critical topics centered around the growing need for renewable energy and sustainable development on a global scale.
Emerging Energy Trends
Track K covers some of the biggest trends in the energy industry, including blockchain, bitcoin, energy storage, and policies with proven results in effective carbon reduction.
Big Data & IoT
Track L takes a high level look at Big Data and IoT, with a focus on what energy professionals need to know about analytics, quantum computing, data centers, and more.