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Your invitation to meet face to face with top energy decision makers in business, industry, and government...


Washington State Convention & Trade Center

Hosted by

AEE EXHIBIT PROGRAMS P.O. Box 1026 Lilburn, Georgia 30048


PAID Atlanta, GA Permit No. 1562

Presented by

The West Coast EMC show reaches a cross section of key industry decision-makers... •Energy Engineers and Managers •Facility Managers •Energy and Sustainability Planning Managers •Managers of Industrial Plants •Directors of Facilities •Directors of Energy Planning •Project Managers •Managers of Energy Services •Building Administrators •Energy Coordinators •Directors of Finance •Managers of Electric Utilities •Presidents and Vice Presidents •Vice Presidents of Operations •Mechanical Engineers •Directors of Corporate Accounting •Directors of Property Management •Energy Consultants for Commercial, Institutional, and Industrial Customers •Managers of Proposals •Directors of Engineering •Directors of Operations •Certified Energy Managers •Plant Engineers & Managers •Physical Plant Administrators •Building Owners •Property Managers •Government Facility Managers •Industrial Vice Presidents of Operations •Electrical Engineers •Process Engineers •Consultants, HVAC Contractors, and Energy Service Professionals •Industrial and Commercial End Users •Institutional Facility Managers •Healthcare Facilities Administrators


MAY 23-24, 2012 | SEATTLE, WA

EMC 2012 is your best opportunity to showcase your products, generate sales leads, and make new contacts. The Association of Energy Engineers, together with host utility Puget Sound Energy, is pleased to celebrate the 30th anniversary of West Coast Energy Management Congress in Seattle for 2012. Taking place May 23-24 at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, this important, widely-attended industry event will bring you face to face with professionals who make the buying decisions for your products and services. You’ll meet buyers who are actively involved in projects to improve energy efficiency, effectively utilize the latest renewable energy technologies, and secure an affordable, reliable energy supply both now and in the future. Representing all segments of the commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental markets, those who attend the West Coast Energy Management Congress have a specific interest in: •Energy-efficient technologies •Renewable and alternative energy •Combined heat and power, cogeneration, and distributed generation •Efficient lighting products and controls •Smart metering technologies •High-performance HVAC systems and controls •Boilers and combustion controls

•Integrated building automation and energy management •Thermal storage and load management •Geoexchange technologies •Solar, wind, and fuel cell technologies •Applications specific to federal energy management programs •Energy services and project financing

About the Show Host...

About the Show Presenter...

Washington state’s oldest local energy utility, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) serves more than one million electric customers and 750,000 natural gas customers in eleven counties. A subsidiary of Puget Energy, PSE meets the energy needs of its customers through incremental, cost-effective energy efficiency, procurement of sustainable energy resources, and far-sighted investment in the energy-delivery infrastructure. PSE employees are dedicated to providing great customer service and delivering energy that is safe, reliable, reasonably priced, and environmentally responsible. Visit for more information.

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a professional society of over 13,000 members, presents the West Coast EMC. Members include energy engineering and management professionals from throughout the U.S. and over 70 nations abroad. Over the last 35 years, AEE has provided industry-specific information resources, conference and seminar programs, professional reference books and journals, marketplace surveys, and professional certifications including Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP), Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), Certified Carbon Reduction Manager (CRM), Certified Renewable Energy Professional (REP), and many others. For more information, visit

Selling a green product? You can place your exhibit in the West Coast EMC’s Pacific Northwest Green Showcase!

A cross-section of high-profile sponsors help promote the show...

The Pacific Northwest Green Showcase offers exciting opportunities for West Coast Energy Management Congress exhibitors... •Expanded expo area •Green-specific conference sessions and workshops •Networking with green-motivated buyers The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ENERGY STAR® and the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) invite you to exhibit and participate in Pacific Northwest Green® Showcase, prominently located within the West Coast Energy Management Congress 2012 exhibit hall. The companies located along the “green carpet” of EMC’s Pacific Northwest Green Showcase will have an unparalleled opportunity to highlight their roles as the leading providers of environmentally friendly, green energy efficiency related products and services. The West Coast EMC’s conference program will also include a special series of presentations to educate and guide attendees as they seek the best and most promising green/sustainable solutions for improving building performance.

Geothermal Heat Pump National & International Initiative

Other important benefits for 2012 exhibitors... 4 Exhibit Hall Workshops: A full lineup of special exhibitor-conducted workshops in the exhibit hall, with free admission to all show attendees, including exhibitsonly, conference, and seminar attendees. 4 Exhibit Hall Luncheons: Exhibitors benefit from two luncheons that bring EMC attendees into the exhibit hall, as well as other special exhibit hall events. 4 Conference Boosts Show Attendance: Scheduling assures EMC conference attendees ample exclusive time for visiting exhibits. Full EMC conference and seminar agenda features more than 100 speakers, including recognized experts from business, industry, government, and academia. 4 Free Conference Passes: Each exhibitor receives two free conference passes ($895 value each) for distribution to their key customers. Additional reduced-fee conference passes are also available to exhibitors. Make your plans now to put your product and sales team on the 30th West Coast EMC show floor.

FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT EXHIBITING: Contact Ashley Clark, Exhibit Manager at (770) 279-4392, or email, or visit

List represents typical sponsors who help to promote the event and is subject to change. Please refer to the West Coast EMC show website as the program is regularly updated and new sponsors added.


Exhibitors will find buyers in search of a cross section of products and services... Based on the results of past expositions, AEE trade show attendees are looking for integrated solutions which assure both a secure and affordable power supply and effective management of energy-related costs. If you market any of the products or services listed below, you should make your plans now to participate in one of the industry’s leading deal-making events. ENERGY MANAGEMENT Energy Management Systems Building Automation Systems Buildings Cooling, Heating, and Power (BCHP) Industrial Process Controls Steam Traps Combustion Controls Consulting and Contracting Services Performance Contracting Power Quality Systems Window Films CHP/ONSITE GENERATION Turbines and Microturbines Boilers and Combustion Systems Fuel Cell Technologies Cogeneration Systems Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power (CHP) Photovoltaic and Wind-Powered Technologies Standby and Backup Power Systems Reciprocating Engines Engine Generator Sets Engine Components Instrumentation and Controls Generator Sets Industrial Switchgear T&D Protection Equipment DISTRIBUTED GENERATION Microturbines Distributed Generation Systems Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power Packages Fuel Cell Power Plants ENERGY STORAGE Flywheel Energy Storage Thermal Energy Storage Systems

INTERNET ENERGY MANAGEMENT Multi-Site Controls Energy Exchanges Procurement Equipment Alarms and Notification Monitoring and Metering Industry News Internet Facility Management LIGHTING Lamps and Fixtures Ballasts and Reflectors Controls and Motion Detectors Lamp and Ballast Disposal Lighting Maintenance Lighting Use Software HVAC & BUILDING SYSTEMS Commercial, Institutional, and Industrial-Grade HVAC Systems Motors and Drives Thermal Storage Systems Gas Heating and Cooling Chillers and Air Curtains Water Treatment Cooling Towers Boilers and Burners Indoor Air Quality Systems Humidity Controls Heat Pumps CFC Alternatives Temperature Controls Metering Devices ENERGY SERVICES Energy Service Companies Electric and Gas Marketers Performance Contractors Financing Companies Information Systems

Secure your prominent location at the 30th West Coast Energy Management Congress by reserving your exhibit space early. 30th WEST COAST ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONGRESS May 23-24, 2012| Seattle, Washington| Exhibit Halls 4D, 4E, 4F| Washington State Convention & Trade Center

Metering and Billing Independent Power Producers Energy Buyers’ Agents Facility Management Outsourcing Firms Utility Affiliates and Utility Companies PLANT ENGINEERING AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Power Quality Maintenance and Repair Equipment Roofing Systems Exit Signs Corrosion Protection and Protective Coatings Testing and Inspection Devices Facility Management and Predictive Maintenance Software Security Systems ENVIRONMENT Photovoltaic and Solar Systems Renewable Energy Products Water Quality Systems IAQ Monitoring and Filtration Systems Waste Management Environmental Consulting and Compliance Services Air Pollution Control Technologies SOFTWARE Energy Usage and Billing Analysis Facility Management Environmental Auditing Maintenance Scheduling Project Management

FACTS AT-A -GL ANCE Face-to-face contact an effective marketing tool for exhibitors... A recent trade show industry report found that 81% of show attendees rate face-to-face interaction with potential vendors as very to extremely important to their decision-making. In the same study, 88% of exhibitors reported face-to-face contact with prospective buyers as very to extremely important to their success, and 91% of show attendees have the authority to recommend or purchase products for their organizations.





May 23-24, 2012 Exhibit Halls 4D, 4E, 4F Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, WA

$2550 per 10⳯10 booth space, which includes two complimentary conference registrations per 10⳯10 unit reserved.

•8 curtained backdrop •3 curtained side railings •Standard booth sign •Booth carpeting not provided



Wednesday, May 23, 2012 10:00 am — 4:00 pm Thursday, May 24, 2012 10:00 am — 2:00 pm

In-line standard booth height may not exceed 8. Island displays may exceed 8.

FREE VIP EXPO TICKETS: Valued at $40 each, tickets for the Exposition are

available for your organization’s use and distribution to target your own leads by extending a special invitation to them to visit your booth at the show. Tickets are custom-printed with your company name.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR SPACE RESERVATIONS: Call Ashley Clark, West Coast EMC Exhibit Manager, at (770) 279-4392, email, or visit the show website:


The 2012 Expo is the ideal place to conduct business! Here’s a partial listing of recent West Coast EMC exhibitors. To exhibit, call (770) 279-4392. 1E,Inc. 1st Source Lighting 3 Phase Energy Systems 3M Window Film Depot, Inc. 3rd Rock Systems & Technologies, Inc. 80 Plus/Ecos Consulting A.E.R.C. Recycling Solutions A.O. Reed & Co. ABN Amro Abraxas Energy Consulting Absolute Software Accend Energy, Inc. Ace Coating Company, Inc. ACR Systems ACT/Metlund Systems Action Electric Corporation Acuity Brands Lighting/ Holophane Adaptive Energy Systems, Inc. Adapx Advanced AMR Technologies LLC Advanced Automated Systems, Inc. Advanced Ballast Advanced Control Technologies, Inc. Advanced Energy Innovations Advanced Green Technologies Advanced Motor Power Systems, Inc. Advanced Test Equipment Rentals Aeroflex USA, Inc. Affiliated Financial Corporation Aggreko Air Conditioning Company Air Solutions Air Tec Company AirAdvice, Inc. AirClean Technologies Airius, LLC Airsure, Inc. Akeena Solar Alden Associates Alerton ALGAS-SDI International All Energy USA AllDura Alliance to Save Energy Allied Industrial Systems, Inc. Alpha Energy Alternate Energy Systems, Inc. Alturdyne Alumen8 AmbiRad American Bright Lighting American Capital Energy American Cooling Tower, Inc. American Gas Management, Inc. American Induction Technologies, Inc. American Moistening Company American Power Solutions American Power Systems American Stirling Company AMF Lighting Technology, Inc. Anaheim Public Utilities Anthony International APOC Roofing Systems APS Energy Services Architectural Energy Corporation Arctic Cool Arctic Freeze Chiller Group Arges Technologies Ari-Thane Foam Products Aromat Corporation ASHRAE San Diego ASME/International Gas Turbine Institute Aspen Systems Corporation Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Association of Energy Services Professionals Atlas Sales & Rentals, Inc. ATS Automation Auburn Environmental Autani Corporation Automated Controls Services, Inc. Automated Energy Avista Advantage AwarenessIDEAS, Division of FLEXi Display Axis Technologies, Inc. AZ Cool-Space Bacharach, Inc. BadgerMeter, Inc. Bain Associates, Inc. Baldor Motors & Drives Baltimore Aircoil Company Bayview Technology Group Bekaert Specialty Films Belimo Aircontrols Benjamin Electric Company Best Contracting Services, Inc. Bes-Tech/DTL Controls/ Efficiency Tree BetterBricks BigFix, Inc. BluePoint Energy, Inc. Bodine Company BOMA Orange County Bonneville Power Administration Borrego Solar Systems, Inc. Bowers Generator Systems BPA Energy Smart Industrial Branom Instrument Company Brighter Concepts, Inc. BritePointe, Inc. Brithinee Electric Broad U.S.A, Inc. Broan-NuTone Bti Energy Management Building Commissioning Association Building Intellect, LLC


BuildingAdvice Bvisionary, Inc. C 3 Communications C.E.W. Lighting California Building Standards Commission California Center for Sustainable Energy California Contractor California Daylighting, Inc. California Energy Commission California Manufacturing Technology California MaritimeAcademy, CSU California Power Partners, Inc. California Solar Initiative California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative California Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency California Trane Calmac Manufacturing Camfil Farr Campbell Company Campbell Window Film Capstone Turbine Carlisle SynTec, Inc. Carlo Gavazzi Inc. Carrier Corporation Cascadia Region Green Building Council CAT Power Systems Association CEAC (USA) Corporation CEMTEK Environmental Center for Resource Solutions (Green-e) Central Boiler Cerus Industrial Champion Cooler Corporation Chemworks Filtration Chevron Energy Solutions Chil-Pak CIM-Tech, Inc. Ciralight Global, Inc. Circadian Information Systems Circon Systems Corporation CJ Lighting Services Clarus Energy Clean Power Systems ClearWater Tech, LLC Climate Controls, Inc. Climatec ClimateMaster Cochran, Inc. Columbia Hydronics Company Commissioning Agents, Inc. CommonWealth Energy Corp. Competitive Energy Insight, Inc. Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine ComRent International, LLC Comrent West Comverge Technologies, Inc. Consolidated Electrical Distributors (CED) Constellation Energy Consulate General of Canada, Seattle Int'l. Trade Canada Continental Control Systems, LLC Contractors Hot Line Control Contractors, Inc. Controlco Coolerado Corporation Cooling Technologies, Inc. Cooper Controls Cooper Lighting Copper Development Association Coral Energy/Shell Trading Core Energy Group, LLC Corrpro Companies, Inc. CPFilms, Inc. CPower, Inc. Crestchic USA Cristopia Thermal Energy Systems, Inc. Cruise Car, Inc. Cryogel CTI Cummins Cal Pacific, LLC Custom Mechanical Solutions, Inc. Cypress Envirosystems DanfossTurbocor Compressors, Inc. Davey Roofing, Inc. Davidge Controls Day-Lite Maintenance Company, Inc. DC Power Unlimited Deck Monitoring Deco Lighting Defense Supply Center Philadelphia Delaney Industries Delphi/Coolerado Delray Lighting, Inc. Delta Controls, Inc. Delta Power Supply Demag Delaval Industrial Turbines, Inc. DENT Instruments, Inc. Deutz Corporation DH Green Energy Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide Digital Energy Digital Lumens Direct Energy Business Distributed Energy Magazine Douglas Lighting Controls DPW Solar Dranetz Drill-a-well Dri-Steem Corporation DTE Energy Technologies DuraGuard Duro-Last Roofing, Inc. Duthie Power Service

DWA Energy DYK/Natgun Dynamic Dynamic Air Quality Solutions Dynamic Fabrication, Inc. Dyson Earth Protection Services, Inc./Waste Management Eaton Corporation EC Company/EC Power Systems Echelon Corporation Ecological Innovations Ecology Roof Systems EcoPower Ecos Consulting EDU Business Solutions EFT Energy, Inc. EI Solutions ElectraLED, Inc. Electric League of the Pacific Northwest Electric Light & Power Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Electrical News Electricity Automation Service Installat Electro Industries/Gauge Tech Electro-Test Electro-Thermal Equipment Corporation Elmco/Duddy Elodrive USA, Inc. Elong International Elspec North America Eltek Valere EMC Engineers, Inc. EMCO Flow Systems EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems Emerson & Tower Tech Emerson Climate Technologies E-Mon Empower Electronics Encelium Technologies, Inc. Encompass Energy Solutions Encompass Power Services, Inc. Encorp, Inc. Enerac enerG Magazine Energent Incorporated Energetic Lighting Energy Conservation Technologies Energy Control Center/3M Energy Eye, Inc. Energy Industries Energy Markets/ChemWeek Energy Optimization Americas Energy Technologies, Inc. Energy Wise Lighting, Inc. Energy.Com EnergyICT EnergySolve, LLC EnerLume Corporation EnerNOC, Inc. EnerTech Systems, Inc. Enervex, Inc. Engineered Systems Enlink Geoenergy Services, Inc. enLux Lighting Enovative Group, Inc. Entech Supply Envenergy E-ON Light USA eSight Energy, Inc. Espen Technology, Inc. ESRI Essick Air Products Eureka Chemical Company Eutech Cybernetics Everest Coatings, Inc. Everlast Induction Lighting Evluma Ewha Corporation ExceLine Exhausto FAFCO, Inc. Fairbanks Morse Falcon Electric, Inc. Falcon Waterfree Technologies FarLight, LLC Faronics Feit Electric Company FHP Manufacturing Filtronica, Inc. Five Star Energy Solutions Flex Your Power Flexim Americas Corporation FLIR Systems Flow Control Industries, Inc. Flow Safe, Inc. Fluke Corporation Fore Energy Freudenberg Freus, Inc. Fuel Tech, Inc. FuelCell Energy, Inc. Fulham Company Full Spectrum Solutions Functional Devices Gas Technology Institute (GTI) Gasmaster Industries GE Consumer & Industrial Lighting GE Distributed Power GE Energy, Rental Operations GE Lighting GE Panametrics GE Sensing GE Supply Genco Generac General Consulting, Inc. General Systems Company Generator Services Co., Inc GenSelf Corporation Geofinity Manufacturing George T. Hall Geothermal National & International Initiative Gexpro Glacial Energy

Global Energy Reduction Golden State Power Goodman Co., LP—Amana PTAC Sales Grainger Graybar Electric Co. Green Bay Group, LLC Green Box America Green Power Green@Work GreenSwitch Greentech Energy Services GreenTow LLC GreenView Energy Guth Lighting/Philips Lighting H Power Corporation H. E. Williams, Inc. Hammond Power Solutions HanitaTEK Window Films Hanson Pipe & Precast Harmony Lighting, Inc. Hawthorne Power Systems Heat-Timer Corporation Helio EMS Heliodyne Hermanson Company Highland Commercial Roofing Hioki USA Holaday-Parks, Inc. Homeyer Consulting Services Honeywell, Inc. Horizon/Thomas Lighting Hotstart, Inc. Houghton Chemical Corporation Houston Wire & Cable Company Howard Industries, Inc. Huper Optik HVACR Business Hydrokleen Systems HydroSeal Polymers Hyspan Precision Products, Inc. Ice Energy Ice Kube Systems IEPC Corporation IGSHPA Ila & Zammit Engineering Group Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Independence Power, Inc. Indoor Environment Communications Industrial Solution Services, Inc. Ingersoll Rand Innovative Energy Ideas Integrated Metering Systems Intellicoat Technologies, Inc. Intellidyne, LLC Intergraph Interliance, LLC International Water Treatment NA Invensys Energy Partnership Itron, Inc. J&D Electronics Co. Ltd. Jaguar Media, Inc./Electric Energy Online Jens Hansen Engineering/ Mikron Johansen Mechanical, Inc. Johnson Controls, Inc. Johnson Window Films Johnson-Barrow, Inc. Jomar International K. J. Kammerer & Associates, Inc. Kaeser Compressors, Inc. Kelsun Distributors Kimberly-Clark King Electrical Manufacturing Co. KMC Controls Kohler Power Systems Kres Consulting, Inc. K-tek International Kurz Instruments, Inc. KVAR kWhOURS, Inc. Lamar Lighting Co., Inc. LegenTek, Inc. LEM USA Leviton Manufacturing Company Lexalite International Corporation LifeSource Water Systems, Inc. Light Doctor Lighting Control & Design Lighting Technology Services, Inc. Lightolier/IGEN Controls/ Exceline Lime Energy Company Litetronics, Inc. Llumar Window Films Lochinvar Solar Logic Beach, Inc. Longstar Lighting Company Lopez Engineering, Inc. Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power Lumatech Corporation Lumetric Lusio Solid-State Lighting Lutron Electronics MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions MacroAir Technologies Madico, Inc. MagnaDrive Corporation Magnaray International Maintco Corporation Maximum Performance Group MAXLITE McKenzie Bay International Ltd. McKinstry Company Measurlogic, Inc. Mechanical Sales Mediterranean Solar

Melink Corporation Menova Energy Mercury Technologies International Mercury Waste Solutions Metering International MHT Lighting MIControls, Inc. Mitsubishi Miura Boiler/Miura North America Mohr Power Solar, Inc. Moletec Corp. Motor Decisions Matter Motor Techniques, Inc. Motorola Moxa Technologies MSC Specialty Films MT2Y, LLC Multistack LLC MurCal, Inc. Musco Lighting NALCO Company Natgun Corporation National City Energy Capital National Coatings National Insulation Association Nationwide Boiler, Inc. Natural Lighting Co., Inc. Navien America, Inc. NC Power Systems Neptun Light Inc. New Energy Technology New West Energy NewBio E Systems, Inc. NewEnergy Advantage NexLight next > edge Nextek Power Systems, Inc. Nexxus Lighting, Inc. Noren Products, Inc. NORESCO North America Power Partners (NAPP) North Coast Electric Northern Power Systems Northwest Energy Efficiency Council (NEEC) Northwest Natural Lighting NorthWest Solar Group Northwest Trade Ally Network NorthWrite, Inc. Noveda Technologies Novitas, Inc. NW Wind & Solar Obvius OneSource Distributors Onicon Incorporated Onity/Senercomm Onset Computer Corporation Operation Technology Optimal Technologies Optimum Energy OptiNet Opto 22 Orion Energy Services Osram Sylvania P2S Engineering, Inc. Pace Integrated Systems PaceControls LLC Pacific Energy Solutions Pacific Gas & Electric Company Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Pacific Power Generation Pacific Power Management Pacific Power Products/ Waukesha Pacific Window Films Panasonic PDS Engineering Pelican Wireless Systems Pentech Solutions Performance Mechanical Group Permlight Peterson Power Systems, Inc. Pfister Energy PG&E Phase Change Energy Solutions Phifer Wire Products, Inc. Philips Lighting Company Platt Electric Supply PLC-Multipoint, Inc. Pollution Equipment News Port-a-Cool Power Correction Systems, Inc. Power Efficiency Corporation Power Partners Power Standards Lab PowerCold/Alturdyne Powergy Powerit Solutions PowerLight, a subsidiary of SunPower Powersmiths International Corporation PowerVision/So-Luminaire Precision Air Technology Inc. Precision Lighting Precision Power Labs/PPL Precision-Paragon Lighting/ P2 Premier Lighting Manufacturing Premier Power Renewable Energy, Inc. Price-Williams, Inc. Proctor Sales, Inc. Profile Systems, LLC Proton Energy PSF Mechanical, Inc. Puget Sound Energy Pulse Energy PumpTech, Inc./MagnaDrive Quest Controls, Inc. R.F. MacDonald Co. RAB Lighting Racine Flow Meter Group Raytek Corporation

RCSI, LLC RealEnergy, Inc. RealWinWin REC Solar, Inc. RefTec International, Inc. Regatta Solutions ReGreen Corporation Reliable Controls Corporation Reliant Energy Solutions, Inc. REMCO Equipment & Supply Renewable Technologies, Inc. Ripley Lighting Controls Roberts-Gordon, Inc. Rogers Machinery Company, Inc. Royal Window Films RWE Schott Solar S.A. Armstrong Ltd. SAERIS SAFE-BIDCO SAGE Electrochromics, Inc. Sage Metering San Diego Gas & Electric San Diego Regional Energy Office Sarnafil, Inc. SatCon Power Systems Satcon Technology Corporation Satec, Inc. Save More Resources (SMR) SCE/Go Solar, California Schwank SDGE SDT North America Seasons 4, Inc. Seattle City Light Sempra Energy Solutions Sensor Switch, Inc. Sentech, Inc. Sentry LLC Sentry Switch Shannon/Insultech Sherwin Williams Siemens Industry, Inc. Sierra Instruments Sierra Southwest Co-op Services Sillery Mayer & Partners Skyler Electric Smardt, Inc. Smart Concepts, Inc. Smart Energy Options Smart Energy Systems Smart Systems International Smith Power Products, Inc. SMS Corporation SNC-Lavalin Thermal Power Snohomish County PUD SNS Technology, LLC SoCal Gas SoCal Solar Energy Sofame Technologies Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) Solar Engineering Industries, Inc. Solar Gard Window Films/ Bekaert Solar Integrated Technologies Solar Power Partners Solar Power Technology Solar Systems International, LLC Solar Tracking Skylights, Inc. Solar Turbines Incorporated SolarCity SolarWorld California, Inc. Solatube International, Inc. Solutia Sopogy Soprema-Pfister Energy Southern California Boiler, Inc. Southern California Chapter of AEE Southern California Edison Southern California Gas Company Southland Industries Space-Ray Northwest Spec-Air Spectrum Lighting, Inc. Spintelligent (Pty) Ltd. Spirax Sarco, Inc. Sportlite, Inc. Spot Coolers Square D/Powerlogic Stanley Louis Company/ Solahart Stearns Co. Stellar Energy Solutions Stellar Industrial Supply Sterling Planet Stewart & Stevenson STM Power Summit Technology, Inc. Sun Power & Geothermal Energy Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. SunChiller, Inc. Sunergy Systems Sun-Gard Sunlink Corp SunOptics Skylights Sunpark Electronics Corp. Suntechnics Energy Systems Superior Radiant Products Support Product Services Sustainable Facility Sylvania/CED Sylvania Lighting Services SymCom, Inc. Syska & Hennessy TAC Energy Solutions TAC Tour Andover Controls Tacoma Power Takagi Industrial Company TAS TB Woods TCP, Inc. TE Connectivity

Technical Consumer Products/ Green Team Techniquex Hydro Systems, Inc. Tecogen, Inc. Telkonet, Inc. The Core Group The Crom Corporation The Light Edge The Phillips Firm Thermax, Inc. Thermo Test Therm-O-Lite Windows Thermo-Shield Tiger Natural Gas, Inc. Topaz Lighting West Corporation Toshiba LED Lighting Systems Total Reclaim Toyota Motor Sales Trane Company Trane Leasing Services Transformative Wave Technologies Transformer Protector Corp. Tremco Inc. Tridium, Inc. Tripp Lite Tristar Skylights TriStem, LLC TrygTech Turbec Americas Turbocor TurboSteam Tyco Electronics U.S. Department of Energy/ Building Technologies U.S. Department of Energy/ EERE U.S. Department of Energy/ FEMP U.S. Department of Energy/ Industrial Technologies Program U.S. Department of Energy/ Rebuild America U.S. Energy Capital U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR Commercial Buildings U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR Transformers U.S. Green Building Council U.S. Small Business Administration UE Systems, Inc. Underground Solutions, Inc. Uni-Solar United Coatings United Metal Products, Inc. United Rentals, Inc. United Solar Ovonic Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. University Mechanical Contractors URS Corporation US Lighting Tech USA Technologies USDA Rural Development USI-New World Power UTC Power UtiliVisor Valley Power Systems Vaughn Mechanical, Inc./ WaterFurnace VECA Electric Venture Lighting International, Inc. Veolia Environmental Services Verdiem Corporation Veris Industries, Inc. Vision Lighting Vision Quest Distributing Warner Technologies, Inc. Wartsila N.A., Inc. Wasatch Energy Washington Air Reps Washington Lighting Water Management Services, Inc. Water Technology of Pensacola WaterFurnace International, Inc. WattStopper Waukesha Engine, Dresser, Inc. Way2glo, Inc. WennSoft, Inc. Wescon Technology Western Energy Systems/ GE Jenbacher Western Machinery Electric Westinghouse Lighting Corporation Windpower Monthly WindStor Power/McKenzie Bay Winefield & Associates, Inc. WTI WW Creative Solutions, Inc. Xcel/SMR Xnergy Xtreme Power Solutions Yaskawa Electric Yokogawa Corporation of America York International ZAP Above is a partial listing of recent West Coast EMC exhibitors and is intended to serve as a sample.

Show marketing that delivers... The West Coast EMC Exposition is promoted with over 500,000 client invitations presented in a number of diverse ways: •14,000 •10,000 •40,000 •50,000 •60,000 •30,000 •160,000 •150,000 •60,000 •1,000 •5,000 •15,000 PLUS

AEE Membership and Chapter Outreach Announce-the-Show Postcards Exhibitor Prospectus Mailings Preshow Conference Brochures Final Conference Show Newspapers AEE Journal Advertisements Subscribers to Trade Publications Dedicated Attendance Email Campaign Expo Passes Speaker Promotions Mass Fax Show Passes Banner Ad Impressions Press Releases via Newswire

Exhibitors also promote the event and their exhibits via their websites, customer representatives, direct mail, and company newsletters.


As a show exhibitor, you can also take advantage of a number of added marketing opportunities. FREE DESCRIPTIVE PRODUCT LISTING. Reserve space by January 10, 2012, and you can have a description of your product or service included in the show newspaper, which is distributed to thousands of prospective show attendees prior to the event. ADD YOUR LOGO AND ONLINE LINK. You can enhance your complimentary product listing by adding your company logo. For just $125, your logo will appear above your text product or service listing, both in the show newspaper and on the official show website, and your online listing will be linked to your website. For additional details, call (770) 279-4386. FREE CUSTOM MAILING PROGRAM. As an exhibitor, you can provide us with up to 100 names and addresses of key customers and contacts before the show. We will mail a dynamic show attendance package to these VIPs on your behalf, including a conference registration discount and program details. We also offer free customer faxing op-

portunities. For more information, please call (770) 279-4388.

fessionals. View some sample listings at:

Again for 2012!!!

West Coast EMC Exhibitor Workshop Presentations A limited number of companies exhibiting at the 30th West Coast Energy Management Congress will be given the opportunity to make presentations about their technical applications and success stories in a specially designated area of the exhibit hall. Both conference and “exhibits only” attendees will be invited to attend these special workshop presentations free of charge. For information, call (770) 279-4390. (select Buyer’s Guide). Exhibitors may be listed in the Buyer’s Guide for a discounted cost of $195 (regular fee $495) or for $295 for an enhanced listing with product PDF (regular fee $595). For additional information, please contact Jacqueline Fraga at (770) 279-4390 or email her at: ONLINE BUYER’S GUIDE LISTING: AT A SPECIAL REDUCED RATE. Increase your exposure before, during, and after the show by being listed in the powerful energy, power, and facilities Buyer’s Guide. Available online before the show in a searchable database, your Guide listing will include your organization’s profile as well as a product page. The Buyer’s Guide is also distributed in PDF format onsite to every conference attendee as part of the Proceedings CD, and links to the Buyer’s Guide are included in AEE’s monthly e-newsletters, distributed to 60,000 industry pro-

ADVERTISE IN THE EMC EXHIBIT HALL DIRECTORY The West Coast EMC Exhibit Hall Directory is the onsite guide containing up-to-date show information. It is distributed during registration to conference attendees and expoonly visitors. The directory includes the show floorplan, exhibitor directory, daily West Coast EMC exhibit hall events, and more. Ad sizes available are full page, half page, quarter page, and business card configurations. Refer to the reservation form for pricing. Ad space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For additional information, contact Jacqueline Fraga at (770) 2794390 or email her at:

WEST COAST EMC SPONSORSHIP OPTIONS: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, & Event Sponsorships are available now! We offer various levels of sponsorships including, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze show packages. Each sponsorship includes not only your booth presence, but also expanded pre-show and onsite visibility to influential decisionmakers. Exhibitors may also benefit by sponsoring an attendee function or giveaways such as the Opening Session coffee, the Opening Night Reception, an Exhibit Hall luncheon, badge-holder neck cords, or attendee bags. For information on costs and options available, please contact Lauren Lake at (770) 447-5083, Extension. 211, or email her at

Use the registration form on the back page of this brochure to reserve your exhibit space in the 30th West Coast Energy Management Congress today!



Reserve early to assure the best location! 䡺 YES, please reserve exhibit space for our use at the 2012 West Coast EMC, May 2324, 2012, to be held at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, WA. We understand booth space is available in multiples of 10⬘⳯10⬘ at a cost of $2550. Number of 10⬘ ⳯ 10⬘ spaces desired: @ $2550 each = amount due: $ 䡺 YES, also please reserve our: 䡺 List link and logo on the show website @ $125 = amount due: $ Your web address: www. Note: logo should be sent in Adobe Illustrator .eps format.

䡺Buyer’s Guide listing @ discounted rate of $195 = amount due: $ 䡺Enhanced Buyer’s Guide listing (includes Product PDF) @ discounted rate of $295 = amount due: $ 䡺Exhibit Hall Directory ad (check ad size below) = amount due: $ 䡺 $395 Business Card Ad 䡺 $850 Quarter Page Ad 䡺 $1350 Half Page Ad 䡺 $2600 Full Page Ad TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $ Booth space(s) preferred: 1st Choice 2nd Choice 3rd Choice We will display these products or services: Indicate up to 3 competitors whose booths you prefer not to be adjacent to your exhibit:* 1.




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1. Exhibitors will indemnify, defend, and hold the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), Show Management and its contractors, show hosts, sponsors, and cosponsors, and the Washington State Convention & Trade Center harmless from any claims, losses, expenses, (including attorneys’ fees) and liability arising in connection with the “Association’s” meeting being held at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, WA, May 21-25, 2012. Exhibitor agrees to make no claims whatsoever for loss, theft, damage, destruction of goods; nor for any injury to himself or employees while in the exposition quarters; nor for any damage of any nature, including damage to his business, nor for any loss resulting from labor disputes, acts of God or nature, or any action of any nature of AEE and Show Management. Force Majeure: In the event the Exhibit Hall or any part of the exhibit area thereof is unavailable whether for the entire event, or a portion of the event as a result of wind, fire, flood, tempest, act of God or nature, or any other such cause or as a result of governmental intervention, malicious damage, acts of war, acts of terrorism, strike, lockout, labor dispute, riot or any other cause or action over which Show Management has no control, or should Management decide that because of any such cause it is necessary to cancel, postpone, or resite this show, AEE, Show Management, Host, and Sponsors shall not be liable to indemnify or reimburse the Exhibitor in any respect of any damage or loss, or booth fees, direct or indirect, arising as a result thereof. 2. Upon submitting booth contract we understand booth spaces are non-cancelable and we agree to adhere to the cancellation policy terms (No. 8). If we cancel, we will be charged a minimum 50% of the published booth fee for the number of spaces we have contracted. 3. Exhibitors are advised to carry floater insurance to cover their exhibit material against damage and loss and public liability insurance to cover against injury to the Exhibitor, its staff, and to injury to others. All property of Exhibitor is understood to remain under its custody and control in transit to and from and within the confines of the exhibit area and Exhibitor shall maintain insurance covering Exhibitor’s property. Exhibitor shall also carry comprehensive general liability and property damage liability and statutory Workmen’s Compensation with employers’ liability. Appropriate Certificates of Insurance shall be furnished by Exhibitor upon request by Show Management or its contractors. Obtaining insurance and amount of insurance remains solely the responsibility of the Exhibitor. 4. In island spaces with aisles on all four sides, overhead panels or “bridge type” construction may be permitted. No exhibit shall be permitted to interfere with a neighboring exhibit. Island exhibits must not include a back wall that blocks visibility of neighboring booths. In-line booth side-dividers of a height in excess of 36⬙ must not extend further than three (3) feet out from the back wall. Booth walls or equipment displayed must not exceed eight (8) feet in height. Any exceptions must first be approved by Exhibition Management. Exposed/unsightly portions of booth may be ordered “masked” by Show Management — the expense for which is the sole responsibility of the Exhibitor. Carpeting of exhibitor’s booth space is required at exhibitor’s expense. AEE retains the right to change the expo floorplan and Exhibitor’s booth location without prior notice.

Organization Street Address City/State/Zip Phone

As an Exhibitor in the show, we hereby agree to conduct business in a professional manner, to observe the regular hours of the exposition, and to the following terms and conditions:


Email We have read, understand, and agree to the contract terms and conditions.

5. Internet advertising is available to current Exhibitors who have submitted at least a 50% booth deposit. Special exhibit/packaged rate reflects a significant discount off of regular Internet advertising rates and may not be combined with any other offers. AEE reserves the right to reject advertising for any reason whatsoever.

X Authorized Signature of Applicant (required)


䡺 Full payment enclosed: $ 䡺 50% payment enclosed: $ Make check payable in U.S. funds to AEE EXHIBITS.

䡺 Bill company (P.O. must be attached) PAYMENT: 䡺 Check enclosed 䡺 Bill credit card in the amount of $ 䡺 Discover 䡺 American Express 䡺 MasterCard 䡺 VISA

6. All exhibits must be set up by 5:00 pm the evening prior to the opening of the show. Booth space not set up and claimed by the evening prior to the show opening will be forfeited and may be reassigned by Show Management at its discretion. AEE reserves the right to force set an exhibitor’s booth if freight has been delivered or remove freight from the floor prior to show opening. All charges will be applied to the exhibitor’s account. 7. Regulations and Compliance: No explosives, fuel, combustibles, or hazardous materials, decorative materials not fireproof nor flameproof, or any materials or substances deemed hazardous under applicable fire regulations may be brought into the Exhibit Hall. Exhibitor must observe all union regulations in force in the Exhibit Hall and use qualified personnel for services. All Exhibitor’s electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic equipment must meet requirements of all applicable electrical and safety codes. 8. Cancellation, change of space, change of Exhibitor information, and refund policy: (a) Exhibitor agrees to notify Show Management in writing if it needs to change its booth size, change its company listing and/or contact information, as well as if it needs to cancel out of the show.

Credit card number

X Authorized Signature of Cardholder (required)

Credit Card Billing Address (where credit card bill is sent) Name on Card (print) Street Address

Expiration Date

(b) Written cancellation received by Exhibit Manager more than 120 days prior to the opening date of the show, cancellation fee of 50% of total booth cost (Internet and directory ads are non-refundable) will be assessed. (c) Written cancellation received within 60 to 120 days prior to the opening date of the show, cancellation/penalty fee of full amount of booth cost (Internet and directory ads are non-refundable) will be assessed regardless of cancellation notification, and no refund will be made. (d) Written cancellation received less than 60 days prior to the opening date of the show, total payment for the booth space (Internet and directory ads are non-refundable) is due regardless of cancellation notification, and no refunds will be made.


RETURN TO: 30th West Coast EMC P.O. Box 1026, Lilburn, GA 30048 Phone Ashley Clark, Exhibit Manager: (770) 279-4392 or Fax (770) 381-9865 or Email:

(e) If an Exhibitor decreases its booth size from the original contract, it will be deemed a cancellation for the booths decreased, and the show’s cancellation schedule will apply. Exhibitor agrees to immediately notify AEE Show Management in writing prior to the show of any changes in company profile. Upon submitting the reservation/contract form, exhibiting company is liable for payment for applicable booth space fee. No refunds or transfers of Exhibitor funds are permitted. In case of a dispute, the governing laws of Georgia will apply.

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