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Coalition of American Mechanical and Electrical Engineers (CAMEE) is hosting an online class: Trends in Decarbonization. 

March 21, 2023 at 1 pm- 2 pm ET

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CAMEE Members $0
ACEC Members $249
Non-Members $349

Join us for a broad look at decarbonization beyond specific systems and equipment, as we consider buildings holistically. We will evaluate design choices across the entire building, as well as the importance of building operations. Attendees of this session will gain insight into industry trends and their implications for buildings, the greening of the grid, regulations, and what is practical over the next 15 years.

About the presenter:

Kent Peterson, PE
Vice President
& COO at P2S, Inc.

co-founding P2S over 30 years ago, Kent Peterson has never looked back. Kent
and his brother Kevin, have guided P2S from a small start-up, into one of
Southern California’s premier engineering, commissioning and construction
management firms. As Vice President and COO, Kent provides technical leadership
for the team and maintains the quality of P2S services. His award-winning
design experience includes high-performance green buildings, ultra-efficient
central plants, and innovative control strategies. His mission is not only to
maintain the success of P2S, but to redefine what’s possible in the building and
infrastructure industries.

Kent is a
renowned sustainability and energy efficiency expert who has authored numerous
papers and journal articles, presented to national governments and helped
develop a common definition for Zero Energy Buildings. He’s an ASHRAE
Distinguished Fellow who has served as President of the organization and
chaired over 20 committees. In ASHRAE, Kent also serves on the Task Force for
Building Decarbonization, which was formed in Spring 2021 and is chair of the
Building Decarbonization Position Document Committee.

Kent is on the
Federal Green Building Advisory Committee and was also appointed co-chair of
that body’s new Federal Building Decarbonization Task Group in January 2022. He
also serves as the Chair of the CSU Mechanical Review Board and is influential
in the Long Beach area business community. He served as Chairman of the Long
Beach Area Chamber of Commerce from 2017 to 2018.

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