Happy new year! I hope 2018 brings happiness and success to all of our members. We've had a great end to 2017 and it is all because of our dedicated officers and committee members. Thank you to everyone who has helped our chapter's success during the 2017 year.
San Jose and Golden Gate Chapter hosted the Society president, Bjarne Olesen, on December 13th at the San Mateo Marriott. He spoke about his theme of the year which is extending the community. More specifically, extending our global community, our technological horizons, and our value to members. He also did a brief talk on night time cooling by ventilation or night sky radiation combined with in-room radiant cooling panels including Phase Change Material. We were very lucky to have Bjarne visit our region all of the way from Serbia.
This January we will be hosting a distinguished ASHRAE speaker, Christopher Muller from Purafil in Doraville, GA. He will be speaking on the control of CO2 monitoring and its effects on IAQ. We also have opened registration for the YEA San Jose Sharks game. It is going to be on March 8th against the St. Louis Blues. Tickets are located in the lower level and are being sold for $60. Visit our website sjashrae.org to find out more information on January meeting and YEA Sharks game. We are looking for speakers for our March meeting. If anyone has any topic ideas or is willing to be a speaker, please contact David Hodson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ASHRAE Winter Conference and AHR Expo is coming up this month in Chicago. Our Region and Region IV will be having dinner on Saturday January 21st at Ace Bounce. You can register with this link: https://www.regionx.org/dinner
Find information on PG&E's Existing Building Commissioning Workshop Series HERE
Find Sargon Ishaya's presentation on the changes to Title 24 for 2016 HERE
Find information on ASHRAE Learning Institute courses HERE
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