Our mission is to create regional networking and educational opportunities for members and service providers to stay current on electric industry trends in demand side management, renewable energy, distributed energy resources, and smart grid solutions.
Yvette Brown, Clean Markets
Jeff Byers, DNV GL
Luke Surowiec, ICF
Brittany Pietro, National Grid
Karine Shamlian, Clean Markets
Geographic Area Served
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter covers the states of Delaware, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington DC.
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February 14, 2017
AESP MARCh Chapter Luncheon
Location: AESP 27th National Conference
Connect with peers that live in your geographical area at AESP’s largest conference. Have the opportunity to network and converse with other professionals in energy efficiency at the AESP MARCh chapter luncheon.
Past Events and Pictures
September 29, 2016
MARCh Fall Symposium: Best Practices or Engaging Hard to Reach Sectors in Electric and Gas DSM Programs
The AESP MARCh Fall Symposium provided an opportunity to hear from electric and gas utility representatives about successes they have had, and challenges they face in engaging specific market sectors in both commercial and residential programs.The symposium featured a Keynote address from Maria Vargas, Director, Better Buildings Challenge and Senior Program Advisor, US Department of Energy.
May 11, 2016
AESP’s Spring Conference MARCh chapter luncheon and networking social
As the host chapter for the AESP Spring Conference, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter (MARCh) held two events on Wednesday, May 11. The first was the MARCh lunch meeting attended by 30 MARCh members as well as AESP national board members and staff. Chapter President Yvette Brown presented the results of the recent MARCh member survey which was followed by an engaging discussion about topics for future chapter events.Later Wednesday evening, nearly 100 MARCh members and conference attendees enjoyed great food and local beers at the MARCh AESPeakeasy Networking Social held at La Peg Brasserie. The party also included a Networking Scavenger Hunt which provided participants an opportunity to learn more about fellow AESP members. Six winners received fabulous prizes donated by several companies.