December 1, 2005

Presented by:
Mark M. MacCracken, P.E., Pte. LEED-AP

TZAIChE co-sponsoring with BxNSPE
1.5 Professional Development Hour (PDH) to PEs in NY
December 1, 2005 @ 7 PM
Scala Room of the Leo Engineering Building of Manhattan College

PLEASE RSVP:   By email to info@bxnspe.org or phone to 718-543-2090.  Any questions, contact Jack Kleinfeld at 718-884-6644

Thermal Energy Storage used for off-peak cooling of buildings, has a long history around the world with over 6,000 commercial installations in 35 countries.  By storing cooling at night, in the form of ice or chilled water, and using it during the day to cool the buildings, major reductions in on-peak electric demand and energy costs are realized.  This talk will demonstrate the basic types of TES systems, how they save energy and reduce costs and how this relates to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system.

Mr. MacCracken is the CEO of CALMAC Manufacturing Corporation, which is the largest manufacturer of Thermal Energy Storage equipment in the world, with over 3,000 installations in 35 countries.  In his 28 years with the firm, he has been involved in all aspects of the company including, R&D contracts, patents, manufacturing, marketing and finance. He was the Principal Investigator on research projects with Oak Ridge National Labs, NASA and National Renewable Energy Research Lab.  He has his BS in Mechanical Engineering, has three U.S. Patents and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of New Jersey and a LEED Accredited Professional. He is: Chairman of ARI’s Thermal Energy Storage Section, former Chairman of ASHRAE’s Thermal Storage Technical Committee, a Board Member of the New York Chapter of the US Green Building Council, and an active member of the International District Energy Association and the Alliance to Save Energy.

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