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Association of Energy Engineers – Connecticut Chapter

  • A Connecticut chapter of a national nonprofit professional society
  • Offers a variety of programs and resources for those working with sustainable development or the energy industry
  • Certification programs and training available


The Connecticut chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers, a nonprofit professional society formed in 1977, meets regularly to discuss energy issues affecting the region. The organization offers numerous informational outreach programs including seminars, conferences, publications, and certification programs.

Who’s it for?

Companies involved in the energy industry or those working toward sustainable development.


To promote the scientific and educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry and to foster action for sustainable development.

Resources & Services

Training and Certification

AEE Connecticut offers seminars and conferences that offer training in a range of energy technologies and provide continuing education units. It also provides certification programs in areas such as energy management, energy service and commissioning, power and gas, sustainable development, and building and electrical systems.


Through trade shows, member meetings, and other events, AEE Connecticut members gain access to a variety of networking and professional development opportunities.


AEE Connecticut offers books, newsletters, and other publications on timely topics affecting the energy industry. The organization’s website also offers resources such as a news feed, jobs board, and events calendar.


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