Meeting/Event Information


November 16, 2017

November Meeting at new Museum of the American Revolution
November 16, 2017
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Museum of The American Revolution
101 S. 3rd St.
Philadelphia , PA 19106
Learn about the Philadelphia Energy Campaign and the Municipal Energy Master Plan

$45.00 Member

$55.00 Guest

$5.00 Student

$300.00 Sponsor

$5.00 Unemployed

The Philadelphia Energy Campaign

The Campaign is a bold, neighborhood-driven plan to invest $1 billion in energy efficiency and clean energy over the next 10 years, leveraging both public and private dollars. We are creating scalable pilots to develop program models that work, bringing on key partners, and then will implement initiatives in each sector at scale to create real, lasting impact for Philadelphia and its citizens. The Energy Campaign is focused on four key sectors: Municipal BuildingsK-12 Public SchoolsLow and Moderate Income Residential Housing, and Small Business.

Emily Shapira, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Energy Authority will be presenting. 


The Municipal Energy Master Plan

The City of Philadelphia is committed to reducing carbon pollution, which is the biggest contributor to climate change. City buildings, facility operations, and their energy use present significant opportunities to reduce carbon pollution. The Municipal Energy Master Plan provides a roadmap of how Philadelphia’s city government will lead by example on mitigating the causes of climate change by reducing energy use and costs, making operations more efficient, and advancing environmental stewardship.

Executing the strategies in this plan will reduce the causes of climate change, lower energy costs, create jobs, and improve air quality. The City’s energy investments will aim to expand economic opportunities for Philadelphians by prioritizing local business growth and creating opportunities for disadvantaged business enterprises. This will produce a local and diverse workforce for City energy projects. By investing in Philadelphia’s businesses and helping to create more jobs for Philadelphians, this plan will have benefits beyond pollution reduction and cost savings.

Adam Agalloco, Energy Manager City of Philadelphia, will be presenting.

The meeting will be at the Museum of the American Revolution, 101 South third Street in Philadelphia.  Tours of the museum are available after the program for a $12 fee. 


Thank you to our Meeting Sponsors this month!

Graboyes Smart Buildings


Limbach, Inc.

Square K Energy



Future Meetings

June 18, 2018

2018 CEM Training

June 18, 2018 8:00 AM to June 22, 2018 5:00 PM

Chester County Economic Development Council
737 Constitution Dr.
Exton, PA 19341

GPAEE sponsored Comprehensive 5-day training program for Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification

June 21, 2018

Year End Celebration

June 21, 2018
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

City Works King of Prussia
220 Main Street
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Join us at City Works in King of Prussia to network with other energy professionals and kick off the start of the summer