New Jersey’s Clean Energy ProgramTM
PRESENTS:

A little about us

The Clean Energy Learning Center provides online education to the full range of stakeholder groups engaged with the Clean Energy Program – building owners and managers; design professionals; energy and other professionals; contractors; code officials; homeowners and CEP program representatives. Education is provided at a variety of scales to suit the particular needs of individual users: from short, 1-5 minute tutorials; to in-field demonstrations; to full-length courses that provide comprehensive training on a particular topic or procedure and that qualify for continuing education credit. The site currently provides educational offerings that address two key Clean Energy Program categories: Residential and Commercial, Industrial, and Local Government.

Speakers

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Session Tracks

NJ Clean Energy Learning Center Conference
New Jersey Institute of Technology
September 12, 2017


08:00 – 08:30 Breakfast/Registration NJ Clean Energy Learning Center
08:30 – 08:45 Opening Session

  • Welcoming Remarks
    NJIT Representative
  • Welcoming Remarks
    BPU Representative
  • Introduction to NJ Clean Energy Learning Center
    Deane Evans, NJIT
NJ BPU/CEP
Break
09:00 – 10:30 Session 1

  • Residential Energy Best Practices
    Contractor Strategies to Ensure High Performance Outcomes
    Speaker: Hap Haven, CLEAResult; Jackie Berger, APPRISE
  • C&I Track: Program Update
    Changes to existing programs, explanations of issues identified through program FAQ’s, introductions to new programs.
    Speaker: Mary Beth Brenner, TRC; Kenneth Latal, ICF; and Michael Thulen, NJBPU

NJ Clean Energy Learning Center
Break
10:45 – 12:15 Session 2

  • Residential Track: Closing the Deal with Comfort
    How to use the energy audit in existing homes to identify key comfort issues that can then be used to sell EE upgrades offered by the Clean Energy Program and Comfort Partners
    Speakers: Don Swift, CLEAResult and Bruce Grossman, South Jersey Gas (Invited)
  • C&I Track: Lighting Innovations
    Recent advances and best practices in commercial lighting and controls
    Speakers: Kenn Latal, ICF and Brian Deluca, TRC

NJ Clean Energy Learning Center
12:15 – 01:15 Lunch

  • Lunch & Conversation
  • Project Showcase Recognition NJBPU/CEP
    Presenter: BPU Representative
NJBPU/CEP
01:15 – 02:15 Project Presentations

  • Project Showcase Presentations (2 Residential,2 C&I,1 Comfort Partners)
  • Audience Discussion
    Moderator: Deane Evans, NJIT
NJ Clean Energy Learning Center
Break
02:30 – 04:00 Session 3

  • Residential Track: Lessons from the Field: Tips, Tricks and War Stories from CEP Residential Programs
    Speakers: Rich Kinkel, CLEAResult and Jim Phelps, Performance Systems Development
  • C&I Track: Lessons from the Field: Tips, Tricks and War Stories for Designing, Funding and Installing Custom Measures
    Speakers: Brian Deluca and Val Rozanova, TRC, Michael Kornitas, Rutgers University, Jeffery Grant, Mack-Cali, Travis Smith, Smith Engineering, and William Hillsinger, Honeywell
NJ Clean Energy Learning Center

Travel Map


Public Transportation

Newark Liberty International Airport
Five miles from NJIT campus. A minibus (Newark Airlink) or taxi service connects the airport with Penn Station in Newark bus, city subway and taxi connections may be obtained at the station.
Note: Train service is available directly from Newark Liberty International Airport to Newark Penn Station.

Newark Penn Station
Connections to the NJIT campus may be made by bus, city subway, or taxi.

Morris & Essex Line Broad Street Station
A five-block walk to the NJIT campus via MLK Blvd. or University Ave. to Central Avenue. Taxi service is also available. NJ Transit Light Rail is also available. (Note: the Light Rail route requires a switch at Newark’s Penn Station; this mode of transport will take you some time).

Newark Light Rail
From Penn Station in Newark, take the Warren Street stop for the NJIT Campus. The Newark City Subway is now part of the Newark Light Rail System run by NJ Transit.

NJ Transit Go bus 28
Go bus 28 provides a faster, more convenient trip between Bloomfield, Downtown Newark and Newark Liberty International Airport. Go bus 28 departs every 10 – 15 minutes from 3:30am to 2:00am daily. That’s virtually continuous service. No matter what shift you work, what classes you take, or where life takes you along the route, go bus 28 will get you there, day or night!

NJIT/Rutgers Shuttle Schedule
The shuttle bus is operated jointly with Rutgers-Newark and provides transportation for the University community between the two campuses, major mass transit systems, and Harrison and Kearny. As a courtesy, shuttle service is free to the Rutgers/NJIT community who present identification.
All University Shuttle Buses are in direct radio communications with Public Safety headquarters. A handicapped accessible van is also available to transport handicapped persons throughout our campus during Shuttle Service hours.

PARKING
Reserved parking for the NJCELC Conference is available in the NJIT Parking Deck at 154 Summit Street, Newark.

Get In Touch

Contact Details

The Clean Energy Learning Center Conference

  • Campus Center, Ballroom A, 150 Bleeker St., University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102, United States
  • (973) 596-3097
  • conference@njcelc.com