35th Annual NTAEE Energy Conference

October 19, 2018
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Alysheba Ballroom at Lone Star Park
1000 Lone Star Pkwy
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
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We are excited to announce the upcoming 35th Annual NTAEE Energy Conference. At this year's conference we will have an outstanding group of industry leading speakers. Our Key Note speaker will be Bill Magness who is the president of ERCOT. We will open the conference with Dub Taylor from SECO. The NTAEE Energy Conference creates a balanced mixture of speaker presentations and vendor booth exhibits to facilitate the transfer of cutting edge energy technology and discussions. The venue this year will be the Alysheba Ballroom at Lone Star Park, Grand Prairie. The Alysheba Ballroom is a formal setting located on level two that offers built-in AV, an oversized balcony, and private restrooms.

Join us for a time of networking and entertainment during our after-hours event. We will be watching the races at the Courtyard Veranda/Backyard Grill Buffet from 6 PM till the last race. Includes hamburgers, Jumbo hot dogs, sides, cookies, iced tea, coffee, and a Cash Bar.

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* You will earn  6  PDH hours 

Images of the Conference; despite rain & mud, Horse Races, Texas Style!

ERCOT: The State of the Grid in Texas Bill Magness, President and Chief Executive Officer 

Bill Magness joined ERCOT in 2010 and become ERCOT's president and chief executive officer in January 2016. Before becoming CEO, Mr. Magness served as ERCOT's general counsel.

Mr. Magness has been active in the utility business for over 25 years, working with electric and telecommunications companies nationwide. He has held exectuvie management positions in the public and private sections and served as lead counsel in numerous state and federal regulatory matters. Early in his career, served as a federal prosecutor in the US Attorney's office.

Mr. Magness represents the Independent System Operator/Regional Transmission Organization (ISO/RTO) sector on the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Member Representatives Committee, is a member of the Executive Committee of the ISO/RTO Council and serves on the Advisory Board of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Smart Grid Center.

Mr. Magness grew up in Orange, Texas, received his bachelor's degree from The University of Texas at Austin, and graduatied from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He and his wife are the parents of two daughters.

Dub TaylorFuture of energy in Texas by Dub Taylor, SECO Director

Dub Taylor is Director of the State Energy Conservation Office (SECO), operated by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Under his direction, SECO helps the state make the most of domestically produced energy, reduce state and local government utility costs and promote cost-effective clean energy technologies. SECO’s mission is to maximize energy efficiency while protecting the environment. Prior to joining SECO in 1999, Taylor’s public sector experience includes six years with the Texas Railroad Commission’s Alternative Fuels Research and Education Division. Taylor’s private sector experience focused in commercial real estate, property appraisal and property tax consulting. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, he holds certifications from a number of professional development programs.

He currently serves on, and is actively involved in a number of energy efficiency and clean energy-focused national, state and local organizations:

  • U.S. Department of Energy, State Energy Advisory Board – Chairman

  • National Association of State Energy Officials – Treasurer; Past Chairman

  • Texas Energy Managers Association

  • Texas Clean Air Working Group

  • Austin-San Antonio Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers

  • Austin Independent School District, Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee

The Texas State Energy Conservation Office
The Texas State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) partners with Texas local governments, county governments, public K-12 schools, public institutions of higher education and state agencies, to reduce utility costs and maximize efficiency. SECO also adopts energy codes for single-family residential, commercial, and state-funded buildings.

Schedule

7:30am- 4:00PM CDT with breakfast and lunch buffet
5pm till closing  social hour with buffet to watch horse races

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NTAEE Sponsor Information: Being a sponsor for the 35th Annual NTAEE Energy Conference is a great way to showcase your company to the Energy Engineers of North Texas. All proceeds from this event go to NTAEE’s Student Scholarship Program. The 2017 Energy Conference allowed NTAEE to award over $18,000 in scholarships.

Event Sponsor: $4,800 Includes: Premier recognition in all publications, displays and video presentations. Includes one booth, conference attendance for four individuals, conference tour, attendance for four individuals to the after-hours event, and NTAEE website recognition for one year.

Breakfast Sponsor: $2,500 Includes: Recognition in all publications and recognition during breakfast. Includes one booth, conference attendance for two individuals, conference tour, attendance for two individuals to the after-hours event, and NTAEE website recognition for one year.

SOLD OUT Lunch Sponsor: $2,500 Includes: Recognition in all publications and recognition during lunch. Includes one booth, conference attendance for two individuals, conference tour, attendance for two individuals to the after-hours event, and NTAEE website recognition for one year.

SOLD OUT After-Hours Event Sponsor: $2,500 Includes: Recognition in all publications and recognition during after-hours event. Includes one booth, conference attendance for two individuals, conference tour, attendance for two individuals to the after-hours event, and NTAEE website recognition for one year.

Booth Sponsors: $1,000 Includes: 1 table measuring 6 ft. x 30 inches, conference for two individuals, conference tour, and attendance for two individuals to the after-hours event. Also, your company logo will be used on conference material.

Tickets

$125.00 Member Individual Registration
$100.00 Earlybird rate before October 2

$125.00 Non-Member Individual Registration
$100.00 Earlybird rate before October 2

$4,800.00 Event Sponsor

$2,500.00 Breakfast Sponsor

$1,000.00 Booth Exhibitor

$10.00 After-Hours Event ONLY Guest

$0.00 NTAEE Student Chapter Member Registration