|In This Issue|
D. Todd Postlethwait, PE, LEED AP
Mark Graybill, PE
Greetings ASHRAE Members:
Our next meeting should prove to be very interesting especially to those of us who are mechanically minded. We will be meeting at PoolPak in York for a factory tour. This is a great opportunity to see what is involved on the production side of the equipment we specify and how this type of equipment is assembled. It also will hopefully trigger some questions you may have never thought of before. After the tour we will head down the road for dinner and a presentation on natatorium design. This program should prove valuable to all who size and specify equipment for pool rooms.
I look forward to seeing
you at the next meeting and as a reminder if you received a voucher
from the last meeting for the 50/50 drawing please bring them to this
meeting for a chance to win the drawing.
John Hayden, PE
Rebecca Thompson, PE, LEED AP
Mark Tome, PE, HFDP, LEED AP
Mark Graybill, PE
Thomas Long, PE
|Publicity (Web and
Mark Tome, PE, HFDP, LEED AP
Central PA ASHRAE will publish employment opportunities in the Pennant at a cost of $50/month. The Pennant is distributed twice each month (September through April) to approximately 500 people. Contact Mark Tome (717) 845-7654 to have employment opportunities included in the Pennant
Meeting Announcement -- Past Presidents Night
Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at Appalachian Brewing Company
50 N. Cameron St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
5:00-6:00 Program, " Energy Incentives and Grants from Federal and State Governments and Electric Utilities"
6:00-7:00 Dinner & Recognition of Past Presidents
7:00-8:00 Program continued
Energy Incentives and Grants from Federal and State Governments and Electric Utilities J. Michael Love will cover all areas of energy grants available, from the well-known federal tax incentives to the less well-known utility grants. Hear about the plans of the local Electric Utilities in response to Pennsylvania ACT 129.
J. Michael Love President and Chief Executive Officer Energy Association of Pennsylvania
J. Michael Love serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Association of Pennsylvania (EAPA), headquartered in Harrisburg. His more than 30 years as a utility executive and regulator provides the trade association with the necessary public policy expertise to represent the interests of the Commonwealth’s 18 Public Utility Commission-regulated electric and natural gas distribution companies that provide service to more than 8 million commercial, industrial, and residential customers.
For more than 15 years, Mr. Love held increasingly more responsible executive level positions with Citizens Communication Company (formerly Citizens Utilities), which included service as President and Chief Operating Officer of the electric, gas, water, wastewater and propane operations of Citizens in 11 states, including Pennsylvania. These operations involved serving the utility needs of 3 million people.
Prior to entering the corporate arena, Mr. Love was appointed Chairman of the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission and, in that capacity; he served as President of the New England Conference of Public Utility Commissioners. In addition, he served as consumer advocate in New Hampshire.
His accomplishments have been nationally recognized by two of America’s leading newspapers. In 1983, USA TODAY named Mr. Love as “Person of the Year” for the State of New Hampshire. As the state’s PUC Chairman, the WALL STREET JOURNAL profiled Mr. Love on its front page right hand column.
Mr. Love received a juris doctorate degree from the University of Detroit and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan. Mr. Love has lectured on the utility industry and regulation at Dartmouth University, Franklin Pierce Law School and the University of New Hampshire.
An involved member of his community, Mr. Love serves on the Board of the Central Pennsylvania Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Board of the Harrisburg Rotary. Mr. Love and his wife Vicki reside in the Harrisburg-West Shore area and have four grown children.
Online or firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 285-2228 ask for Mark Graybill
Deadline: Thursday November 5th, 2009
Chapter Members: $30.00
Non members: $40.00
Past CenPenn Chapter Presidents: Free
|09-10 Schedule (revised
|Professional Development Seminar
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Purchase a Program Ticket for $210 (cost of 7 programs), attend the 8th meeting for free, and bring two guests during the year. $300 Value. Pass it around your office!
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Annual baseball outing, golf event, and professional development seminars are not included.
Ticket holders shall register for each program.
Penn State Team Information
Contact: Jeffrey R.S. Brownson
110 Technology Center Building
University Park, PA 16802-3377
Team Web site
Final Results (from www.solardecathlon.org)
The Chapter congratulates the following people who are new to ASHRAE membership:
Mr. Markus Gruen
Mr. James Hoover
Mr. Robert Julius
2009 - Phoenix, Arizona