• Thu, November 01, 2018 12:15 PM | Victoriano Ceballos

    EcoMetric is looking for a Junior Energy Engineer to help launch our office in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Full time internships and permanent positions are available. EcoMetric offers energy efficiency program planning, design and evaluation services for utilities, public agencies, and other program sponsors.  We offer a casual, friendly working environment, and we are dedicated to the quality of our work and our client relationships. We offer competitive salaries, benefits and vacation package.

    Duties and Responsibilities 

    •  Conducting on-site inspections & end use metering activities at residential, commercial, and institutional facilities. Calculating and verifying savings for energy conservation measures using engineering and statistical techniques.
    • Calculating energy savings with engineering algorithms, lighting calculators, eQUEST modeling and other tools.
    • Utilizing and applying statistical, economic and financial analysis tools in support of business and policy analysis for demand-side management in the energy and utilities industry.
    • Developing quantitative cost benefit or risk models.
    • Analyze utility and energy efficiency program data utilizing Excel or other analytical software, identifying trends, summarizing program events, and identifying causal impacts on program results.
    • Work independently or with supervision to participate in research efforts, ensuring consistency and quality of research methods.
    • Conduct primary and secondary research.
    • Document findings visually and/or verbally for memos and reports to clients and/or internal project teams.


    • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in mechanical, civil, or electrical engineering and related disciplines.
    • Strong written and oral presentation skills.
    • Academic training in heat transfer, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, HVAC, or other subject areas.
    • Experience/expertise with data analytics/statistical packages; R, SAS, SPSS, Python, Stata, Excel VBA, Matlab or other software is a plus.

    Interested candidates should submit their resumes with a brief cover letter to

  • Tue, April 03, 2018 10:30 AM | Victoriano Ceballos

    LEED Green Associate (GA) Training

    When: April 12th 2018 – 6:00PM to 10:00 PM

    Where: University of New Mexico – George Pearl Hall - Room P139


    LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. The LEED Green Associate is the only professional designation to show employers and clients you have certified knowledge in the field

    To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 8000 students pass their respective exam at a 100% pass rate. This course is offered at a quarter of the price and time as the competition and is geared at allowing students to graduate with letters after their name!

    A new LEED rating system (v4) was introduced last month and this training course is one of the few that has been updated to teach the current rating system.

    If you are worried about your busy schedule, fear not, as the course is entirely recorded and you can watch the part that you cannot attend or take the whole course online.

    This professional designation never expires and you will never have to retest if you pass now!

    Early-Bird Cost: $300 ($200 for full time students)

    To register for the class please visit:

    Please contact the instructor Lorne directly with any questions at


    Lorne Mlotek BASc., LEED AP BD+C, O+M

    President, LeadingGreen


    B740 Sandford Fleming Building

    10 King's College Road, Toronto, M5S 3G4

  • Wed, January 10, 2018 9:02 AM | Victoriano Ceballos

    The Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) provides a network in the energy and environmental industries that supports career development for professional women and offers mentorships for aspiring students or entry-level women to pursue technical education and careers.

    We are still currently recruiting for CWEEL Chapter Liaisons. Chapter Liaisons are leaders in their AEE chapters who encourage, strengthen, and inspire other women to network and grow professionally.   

    The Chapter Liaison Committee coordinates between local AEE chapters and CWEEL on a number of topics, including scholarships, mentoring, fundraising, and membership. This Committee provides chapter support and promotes CWEEL programs and goals including the development of a more prominent voice for women in the industry. Chapter Liaisons bring visibility to AEE and CWEEL during industry events and improve leadership opportunities for women.

    The Chapter Liaison role would include a 30 minute monthly conference call with the Liaison Committee to leverage best practices and events between CWEEL and the local AEE chapters.  (Some examples would include:  CWEEL will be hosting our first networking event in 2018- liaisons would help drive visibility for the event  or if the local chapter has an article for to be  included in our CWEEL newsletter).

    The Ask….Make a recommendation on a list of potential  candidates in your Chapters to be a liaison with CWEEL.

    • Male or female
    • An active member in your local chapter
    • Someone that could connect CWEEL resources with your local chapter 

    If you are not able to offer a list of candidates, provide me with your Chapter’s Membership Committee Chair.   

    Below is a link that you can simply forward to any potential candidates for the Chapter Liaison position.  The link goes directly to the AEE/ CWEEL page to sign up!

    Thank you!

    Deborah O. Lenny

    CWEEL Board Member - Chapter Liaison Committee

    Sales Director, Direct Energy Business


  • Tue, December 26, 2017 1:02 PM | Victoriano Ceballos

    Hello members and guests, 

    We are planning on bringing a CEM training course to Albuquerque but first we need to find out if we have enough people that would like to take it. We need a minimum of 15 students in order to make it worth it for us to pay the training fee. Please fill out this survey so that we can gather names.

    The cost for our 5-day Comprehensive Training for Energy Engineers (CEM) session would be $2,000. This cost would include all course materials, four days of quality training by one instructor, proctoring of the CEM exam on the morning of the fifth day, as well as CEM exam and application fee (normally an additional cost of $400). Should a student take the exam at a later date from the group testing, a separate remote testing center exam fee must be paid to the Certification Department. 

    Normal cost of this course is around $2,195 (Non-member price) with the additional cost of the exam of $400 ($2,595 total), plus travel and lodging when done out of state.

    We require a minimum of 15 students, so if you know of anyone, please forward this to them so that we can add their name to the list. If we don't meet the minimum requirement of students, we will contact those that have showed interest to let them know we will not host the training. This link will give you more information regarding the content of this training. 

  • Tue, October 24, 2017 9:36 AM | Victoriano Ceballos

    Hello members and guests,

    We're nearing the end of the year and that means we're looking for a new Board Member. Our secretary position is open every year to anybody that is interested in joining our team. We invite you or anybody interested to send us an email requesting to be added to the ballot. We hold our elections on the last meeting of the year in December. While you must be a member to vote, you're welcome to nominate yourself or anybody for the position, even if they haven't joined our association yet. We look forward to adding a new member to the team and having them help us keep this great association growing. Feel free to email Victoriano Ceballos at

  • Tue, May 09, 2017 3:31 PM | Victoriano Ceballos

    Dear New Mexico Chapter members,

    AEE is offering a AEE Chapter discount for the Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers held on May 24-25, 2017 at The Curtis Denver, Denver, CO!

    This fast-paced, highly focused seminar is designed to provide the specific training and background needed by professionals preparing to sit for the CEM exam. With all AEE seminars you'll earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) and Professional Development Hours (PDH) credit, which can be applied toward training requirements for P.E. license renewal in most states, as well as toward maintaining all AEE professional certifications.

    Use discount code chapter125 to receive $125 off your seminar registration fee.

    For more information and to register, please click here: Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers

    Please contact Seminar Support if you have any questions about the seminar or the registration process: Terese Lavallee / AEE Seminar Support / 770.925.9633 /

    Note: Registering for the seminar does not automatically register you to take the CEM exam. To complete the certification application process ($400 fee) and qualify to sit for the exam, or for more information on CEM certification, CLICK HERE.

    Thank you,

    Terese Lavallee

    Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)



    770.381.9865 (f)

    See our schedule of Live and Online Seminars

  • Thu, May 04, 2017 2:18 PM | Victoriano Ceballos

    Dear New Mexico Chapter members,

    AEE invites you to attend a professional training held in conjunction with EMC June 5-8, 2017 at the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA!

    Every seminar is led by an instructor with extensive industry knowledge and expertise. The seminars are designed to provide preparatory training for professional certification exams. With all AEE seminars you'll earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) and Professional Development Hours (PDH) credit, which can be applied toward training requirements for P.E. license renewal in most states, as well as toward maintaining all AEE professional certifications.

    — Fundamentals of Building Commissioning (CBCP prep)
    — Fundamentals of Energy Auditing (CEA prep)
    — Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency (CLEP prep)
    — Fundamentals of Measurement & Verification (CMVP prep)
    — Fundamentals of Water Efficiency (CWEP prep)
    — Fundamentals of Energy Efficiency (EEP prep)
    — Fast Track CEM Preparatory Course for Energy Managers
    — Fundamentals of Renewable Energy (REP prep) 

    Please feel free to contact AEE Seminar Registration Support if you have any questions about the seminar or the registration process: Terese Lavallee / AEE Seminar Support / 770.925.9633 /

    For more information about EMC, please visit

    Hope to see you in Long Beach!

    Terese Lavallee

    Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)



    770.381.9865 (f)

    See our schedule of Live and Online Seminars


  • Fri, February 17, 2017 5:39 PM | Victoriano Ceballos

    Message from Susan F. Gregory, PE, CEM, LEED AP

    I have taken on a new role at Kirtland AFB so we are looking to backfill my position as energy manager.  Our contract with the Air Force requires the energy manager to be certified, but because the energy program falls within my area of responsibility I can cover the requirement.  This is a great opportunity for a new engineer looking for experience in the energy field. Anyone interested contact me directly. 

    Susan F. Gregory, PE, CEM, LEED AP

    Engineering Division Chief

    Kirtland AFB, NM

    JGMS, Inc.

    COM 505-846-5845

    DSN 246-5845

    Summary: Serves as the Installation Energy Manager to manage and execute an effective energy & utilities conservation program to meet the latest Energy Policy Act as well as other federal & DOD initiatives.

    Qualifications/Competencies/Experience: Minimum of five (5) years’ experience with facility energy management that covers the broad spectrum of the types of facilities and physical assets present at Kirtland Air Force Base. Experience in sustainable design/LEED desired. Government services contract experience desirable. USAF Civil Engineering experience highly desired. Must be able to understand, read, write, and speak fluent English. Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university program. Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification from the Association of Energy Engineers. LEED Accredited Professional certification desired.

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