Dear Minnesota ASHRAE Members & Interested Parties,

The program year is going to start out with a bang thanks to the efforts of the Energy Expo Committee. In partnership with the Twin Cities Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers, the 12th Annual Twin Cities Energy Expo on September 24th will feature presentations by the current society level President of ASHRAE, Sheila Hayter.

While we don't have a local education event in August, I would like to point out the opportunity to professional development through the ASHRAE Journal Webinar series.  This month's webinar on high volume, low speed fans will be on August 15th at 1 pm CST.  

We also have an upcoming opportunity for local engineers to get up to a week of top-notch HVAC design training without having to travel. ASHRAE's HVAC Design Training Level I & II classes with nationally recognized instructors will be held in Minneapolis October 15th -19th.

As we plan the chapters upcoming year, I intend to continue and build on the success that this chapter has had by focussing on two areas:

1) bringing nationally recognized speakers here to give local designers and others a chance to hear and visit with them; and

2) partnering with other organizations to create great educational opportunities.

Stay tuned for updates on the program events that will be coming your way over the next year.


Russ Landry

Minnesota ASHRAE Chapter President or 612-335-5863

P.S. When your annual renewal comes around, please consider making a contribution to ASHRAE's RP fund. This is an easy and convenient way to help fund the research that provides the knowledge base for continuous improvement of the built environment, or to make a contributions to a scholarship fund.




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