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DECEMBER 8-9, 2010




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December 8-9, 2010
Washington Convention Center
WEEC returns to the Washington, DC
nation’s capital...

WEEC targets the technologies Here’s your best opportunity of

and services of greatest
importance to show visitors... 2010 to reach the key players in
•Energy-efficient technologies
•Renewable and alternative energy
the energy marketplace...
•Solar and fuel cell technologies We invite you to participate as an exhibitor in the nations’ most
•Power cogeneration, cogeneration, combined active buying event for end use energy products and services. The
•Applications specific to federal energy
for 2010 to the Washington Convention Center — in the heart of
management programs
•Efficient lighting products and controls the nation’s capital.
•High-performance HVAC systems and controls
•Boilers and combustion controls This show provides an unparalled forum where your sales team will
•Integrated building automation and energy reach thousands of top energy management decision-makers from
management throughout the U.S. and abroad as they actively seek innovative
•Thermal storage and load management approaches to lower their energy costs, to reduce their carbon foot-
•Geoexchange technologies print, and to assure reliable, economical, secure energy supplies for
•Energy services and project financing their organizations. The WEEC expo is attended by the nation's
leading energy professionals in business, industry, and government
who seek the best solutions for all aspects of today's energy cost and
supply challenges.

Controlling energy costs is the highest priority for WEEC atten-

dees. Professionals who attend the show are aware of the proven pay-
back of dollars spent to secure their organization's energy-econom-
ic future, and will typically visit your booth with specific goals in
mind. WEEC 2010 offers a truly robust selling opportunity for those
Washington, DC offers many marketing energy efficiency, distributed generation, renewable and
unique marketing opportunities alternative energy, and all related products and services.
for WEEC 2010 exhibitors...
As a WEEC exhibitor, you'll meet face to face with key buyers rep-
The U.S. government is one of the nation's largest resenting the commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmen-
energy users, and is also mandated by law to man- tal segments of the end user energy marketplace. As the shopping
age its energy costs. For this reason — in addition to place of choice for three decades, the WEEC is attended by more
the top professionals from both the private and pub- active buyers of energy products and services than any other show in
lic sectors who traditionally attend the WEEC — the North America.
2010 show will offer exhibitors greater-than-ever
access to key energy managers and decision-makers Assure your product and sales team a prominent
from many departments of the U.S. government. location by reserving your space in the show early!
Special features of the show 3
for 2010 WEEC exhibitors...
GreenStreet. WEEC’s tremendously successful GreenStreet
expo showcase, introduced in 2007 and co-presented by the
U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR®, will again be a prominent part of
the WEEC show floor for 2010. Placing your exhibit along the
“green carpet” of GreenStreet will afford you a unique oppor-
tunity to network and showcase your environmentally friendly,
sustainable energy products directly to green-motivated buyers.
The 2010 WEEC conference program will also educate and guide attendees as they
seek the best and most promising sustainable solutions for improving building per- Who you’ll meet
formance. on the WEEC 2010
show floor...
FEMWorks. This special program of workshops for federal ener- •Building Owners & Managers
gy managers will address the interests and needs of the large num- •Energy Engineers & Managers
ber of U.S. government professionals expected to attend the 2010 •Certified Energy Managers
WEEC. The multi-track conference agenda, put together with input •Certified Building Commissioning
from the various government agencies involved with implement- •Facility Managers
ing the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), will include •Plant Engineers & Managers
technologies and case studies from the governmental sector, in- •Industrial/Commercial/
cluding DOD, GSA, and DOE. FEMWorks 2010 will incorporate Institutional Purchasing Agents
topics mandated by both existing and new/pending legislation and •Federal Energy Managers
•Government Facility Managers &
conform to training requirements established for federal energy Engineers
managers. •Corporate Directors of
NEW FOR 2010—Ecobuild America co-located with WEEC •Cogeneration & Distributed
Generation Professionals
Expand your reach and meet new buyers! The Ecobuild •Energy Project Developers
America conference and expo, sponsored by the National •Energy Service Professionals
•Utility Professionals
Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS), attracts more than •Certified Energy Procurement
3,000-4,000 design and construction professionals who are Professionals
interested in learning the latest strategies, materials, and •State & Local Government Energy
technologies for improving the built environment, and creat- Managers & Administrators
ing high performance, sustainable structures. Ecobuild attendees span the entire pro- •Hotel/Motel Executives
•Health Care Facility Administrators
ject team from architects, engineers, contractors, and owners, to facility managers, •University & School Energy
and specifiers. Co-location of the two events, extensive cross-promotion, and a rec- Managers & Administrators
iprocal admission policy, gives Ecobuild attendees full access to the 2010 WEEC •Restaurant & Food Service
exhibits, allowing WEEC exhibitors to reach thousands of potential new buyers. Administrators
•Electrical, Mechanical, & Process
Other important benefits for 2010 e xhibitors... •Facility & Maintenance Engineers
4Location: Held in the nation's capital, in the forefront of national energy policy and fed- •Electrical/Mechanical Contractors
eral energy management-related activities. •Commercial/Industrial Developers
4Exhibit Hall Workshops: A full lineup of special exhibitor-conducted workshops in the •Architects, Designers, &
exhibit hall, with free admission to all show attendees, including exhibits-only, conference, Consultants
and seminar attendees.
4Exhibit Hall Luncheons: Exhibitors benefit from two luncheons that bring WEEC attendees Select your booth
into the exhibit hall.
4Other Exhibit Hall Events: Free poster sessions, a scholarship benefit auction, and opening location in the 2010
night reception will also be held in the exhibit hall. WEEC today!
4Conference Boosts Show Attendance: Scheduling assures WEEC conference attendees
ample exclusive time for visiting exhibits. Full WEEC conference and seminar agenda fea- Contact the WEEC
tures more than 200 speakers, including recognized experts from business, industry, gov- Exhibit Manager,
ernment, and academia. Ted Kurklis, by phone:
4Two Free Conference Passes: Each exhibitor receives two free conference passes (a $1,990 (770) 271-7869
value) for distribution to their key customers.
4100 Reduced-Fee Conference Passes: Offering a fee of $695 (compared to the regular con- Or visit the show website:
ference admission fee of $995) to selected customers.
4 Place your product on the show floor of
the nation’s largest energy marketplace!
of the year to reach pre-qualified commercial, industrial, institutional,
and governmental buyers of the following products and services…

& CONTROLS CONTROLS PEM fuel cell systems contracting services
Energy management systems Packaged high- and low- Phosphoric acid fuel cell systems Toxic mold detection & removal
Building automation systems pressure boilers Solid oxide fuel cell systems Indoor air quality consulting
System integrators Power generating boilers Molten carbonate fuel cell & remediation services
Energy conservation products & High-efficiency firetube & systems Environmental laboratories &
services watertube boilers Fuel cell cogeneration systems testing services
Industrial process controls High-efficiency gas-fired boilers Fuel cell power plants Flow controls
Efficient motors & motor controls High-efficiency electric boilers Water-conserving boilers &
Combustion controls Waste heat boilers WIND POWER SYSTEMS steam systems
Steam traps Mass burn boilers Wind turbine systems Cooling equipment retrofits
Insulation products Combustion controls Wind power accessories & Multi-pass & closed-loop
Energy storage Burners & steam traps equipment cooling towers
Software systems Steam distribution systems Wind power plant developers Water-conserving fixtures &
Consulting/contracting services Heat recovery systems Wind power feasibility/ furnaces
Internet-based energy Emission control equipment financing consultants Waterless urinals
management Air sampling & monitoring Wind power engineering & Leak detection & repair
WEEC conference Data management services equipment design services Rainwater collection systems
is a “must attend” Integrated security systems
event for energy Multi-site energy management COMBINED HEAT & POWER/ BIOMASS & WASTE-TO- FACILITY MANAGEMENT
professionals Turbines & microturbines Biomass direct combustion SERVICES
The WEEC conference HIGH-EFFICIENCY LIGHTING Boilers & combustion systems systems Computerized maintenance &
program is the largest of & ELECTRICAL Combined cooling, heating, & Biomass-fueled cogeneration management software (CMMS)
Efficient lamps & fixtures power packages systems Maintenance, repair, &
its kind nationally, High-efficiency ballasts & Fuel cell power plants Biomass gasification systems operations (MRO) software
recognized not only for reflectors Natural gas-fired cogeneration Landfill gas-based technologies Facilities management
the number of papers Solar lighting systems Waste-to-energy systems software
presented, but also for Lighting controls Biomass cogeneration systems Asset management software
the qualifications and- Motion detectors/infrared Packaged/modular cogen systems OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY Project management software
knowledge of the sensors Standby power systems PRODUCTS & SERVICES Life cycle software
experts making the Dimmers & switching systems Reciprocating engines Alternative/renewable fuel Building energy simulation
Emergency lighting Generator sets vehicles software
presentations. Among Power quality systems/services Engine components Alternative/renewable Demand forecasting software
the thousands of decision Uninterrupted/backup power Instrumentation & controls transportation fuels Process control software
makers you’ll meet on supply Industrial switchgear Waste heat recovery systems Automation software
the WEEC show floor Daylighting applications T&D protection equipment Renewable energy engineering Online facilities management
are many high level Tubular skylights & design services services
professionals who have Lighting retrofit services GEOEXCHANGE Renewable energy consulting & Web-based building
traveled to the event to Lamp & ballast disposal services TECHNOLOGIES contracting services automation
Lighting maintenance Geothermal heat pumps Web-based load management
attend both the WEEC Closed-loop geothermal systems HIGH-PERFORMANCE Integrated maintenance, asset,
conference and the expo. HIGH-PERFORMANCE HVAC Open-loop geothermal systems BUILDING MATERIALS & energy management
Attendees visiting your & BUILDING SYSTEMS Self-contained and split High-efficiency roofing
booth will be well-informed Energy-efficient cooling & systems systems ENERGY SERVICES &
and ready to find the heating Geoexchange consultants & Green roof technologies PROJECT FINANCING
products and services they Energy-efficient chillers contractors Solar roofing systems Energy service companies
need to get the job done. Absorption & engine-driven Green building products Utility affiliates
chillers SOLAR/PHOTOVOLTAIC Energy-efficient doors & Performance contractors
Desiccant cooling systems PRODUCTS windows Green building contractors
For 2010, Gas cooling systems Stand-alone photovoltaic Window coatings Building commissioning and
noted writer Solar thermal process heat systems Engineered wood products LEED services
systems Grid-connected photovoltaic Recycled & composite building Energy auditing & feasibility
and journalist Radiant heating systems materials analysis
Thomas Energy storage systems Building-integrated photo- Reduced VOC paints, adhesives, Multi-site energy management
Friedman, Heat exchangers voltaics & sealants Facility management
author of Heat recovery equipment Solar/photovoltaic High-performance insulation outsourcing
The World is Flat and Variable speed drive fans & pumps engineering & design services Recycled insulation products Asset management
Hot, Flat and Crowded, Variable air volume controls Green building consultants/ Project financing services
will be a featured speaker Refrigeration controls contractors ENVIRONMENTAL & Metering services
Flow control devices Solar roofing systems CONSERVATION Power marketers/brokers
at the WEEC 2010 Temperature controls Solar lighting Air filtration & VOC control Natural gas marketers/brokers
conference opening Infrared thermometers & Passive solar technologies systems Consulting firms & project
session. testing devices Solar thermal process heat Air monitoring & sampling developers
Metering devices systems systems
Secure your preferred prime INFORMATION...
Or to discuss booth locations
location in the show by reserving in the WEEC 2010, call:
(770) 271-7869
your 2010 space early! Fo r mo re WEEC show info rmatio n, visit:
FLOORPLAN OF THE 2010 WEEC EXHIBIT HALL •Washington Convention Center •Hall E

WEEC 2010
A limited number o f
co mpanies exhibiting at
WEEC 2010 will be
given the o ppo rtunity
to make presentatio ns
abo ut their technical
applications and success
sto ries in a specially
designated area o f the
exhibit hall. Both
conference and “exhibits
o nly” attendees will be
invited to attend these
special wo rksho p
presentatio ns free o f
charge. If yo u’d like
mo re info rmatio n o n
these presentatio ns, call
(770) 279-4386.

SHOW DATES & LOCATION YOUR EXHIBIT INCLUDES your company name, saving your guests the
December 8-9, 2010 • Washington, DC •One complimentary conference registration $40 show admission fee
Washington Convention Center • Hall E per 1010 unit reserved •Exhibitor Service Kit for planning all your
•8 curtained backdrop and standard draped onsite display setup needs
EXPO HOURS side railings •For additional pre-show marketing
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 • 10:00 am–6:00 pm opportunities, refer to page 7 or call:
•7  44 standard ID sign for your company
Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010 • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
•Company listing in preshow newspaper
BOOTH COSTS (Deadline June 15, 2010)
WEEC 2010 Show Manager
$2950 per 1010 space •Unlimited VIP expo passes imprinted with (770) 271-7869
6 Buyers and sellers alike know that the WEEC is where the key decisions are made and
the definitive business is done. Here’s a partial listing of recent WEEC exhibitors...
Badger Meter, Inc. Enercon Steam Solutions Lamar Lighting Co., Inc. Semco Manufacturing, Inc.

WEEC Bedford Cost Segregation, LLC

Bekaert Specialty Films, LLC
BEKO Technologies Corporation
BENZ Air Engineering Company
enerG Magazine
Energent Incorporated
Energy & Resource Technology Hub
Energy Command and Control
Lascar Electronics
LED Waves, LLC.
Leviton Manufacturing Company
LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc.
Sensicast Systems, Inc.
Sensor Switch, Inc.

exhibitors Berner Energy Recovery

Big Ass Fans
Biomass & Alternative Methane Fuels
Energy Management International
Energy Planning Associates Corporation
Energy Solutions Group, Inc.
Energy Systems Group, LLC
Lighting Technologies
Lithonia Lighting & Controls
Siemens Airfield Solutions
Siemens Industry, Inc.
SIGA Green Technologies
Signtex Lighting, Inc.

are the Blue Ridge Technologies

BOMI International
Building Performance Equipment, Inc.
Burns & McDonnell Engineering
Energy Systems Technologies
Energy Tracking, Inc.
EnergyConnect, Inc.
Llumar Window Films
Logic Beach, Inc.
LonMark International
Silicon Solar
Sli Lighting
Slim Jim

leaders in
C. Crane Company, Inc. EnergySolve, LLC LPB Energy Management Smardt, Inc.
C.H. Gurnsey & Company EnergyUSA-TPC Ludeca, Inc. Smart Systems International
Calmac Manufacturing EnerLume Corp Lumenergi, Inc. Softstuf, Inc.
Calvert-Jones Company, Inc. EnerNOC, Inc. Lutron Electronics Company, Inc. Solar Electric Power Company
Capital Lighting & Supply Enerwise Global Technologies, Inc. MacroAir Technologies

the energy
Solar Energy Industries Assn./MD-DC-VA
Capstone Turbine Corporation Engineered Systems Magazine MACTEC Solar Gears
Celtic Energy, Inc. Engineered Tax Services, Inc. MadgeTech, Inc. Solar Integrated Technologies
Centimark Corporation Entech Engineering Magnaray International Solar Outdoor Lighting, Inc.
CH2M Hill EnviroTower Mars Air Systems Solar Tracking Skylights, Inc.

industry. Chardon Laboratories, Inc.

Chemworks Filtration
Chevron Energy Solutions
Ciralight Global, Inc.
EPA Combined Heat & Power Partnership
eps corp
eSight Energy, Inc.
Mason Atlanta, Inc./Insultech
Maurice Electrical Supply
McQuay International
Measurlogic, Inc.
Solar Turbines Incorporated
Southeast Solar
Southern Energy Technologies, Inc.
Cisco Systems Exhausto, Inc. Mee Industries Southpoint Solutions
CitiCapital Falcon Waterfree Technologies Menova Energy Spectrum Lighting, Inc.
ClearWater Tech, LLC Ferris, Baker Watts, Incorporated MetalOptics Speed Read Technologies
Cleaver-Brooks FHP Manufacturing MetaMedia Publishing Spirax Sarco
Climate Control Group, Inc. Fi-Foil Company, Inc. Mitsubishi Electric/HVAC Spire Solar Systems
ClimateMaster Fisonic EnergyMAX Miura Boiler, Inc. Staas & Halsey, LLP FLEXi Display Modular Process Control, LLC Starr Design Group, Inc.
Columbia Lighting Flexim Americas Corporation Mona Building Technologies State & Local Energy Report
Commissioning Agents, Inc. FLIR Systems Monroe Infrared Technology, Inc. Sterling Planet, Inc.
Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine Flow Control Industries, Inc. Monument Construction Corporation Stevens Roofing Systems
Comverge Technologies, Inc. Fluke Corporation Motivair Corporation Streetlight Intelligence
Con Edison Solutions Fuel Freedom International Multistack LLC Summit Technology, Inc.
Connected Energy Corporation FuelCell Energy, Inc. Nalco Company Sunbelt Rentals
Conserval Systems, Inc. Full Spectrum Solutions Natek Superior Products International
Conservation Resource Group, Inc. Functional Devices Natgun Corporation Superior Radiant Products
Constellation Energy GAF Materials Corporation National Insulation Association Supreme Recycling/Advanced Technologies
Continental Control Systems, LLC Gardner Denver Natural Lighting Co., Inc. Sustainable Facility Magazine
Conzerv Inc. Gates Corporation NewBio E Systems, Inc. Sylvania Lighting Services
COOL-SPACE GE Consumer & Industrial Lighting New England Energy Management Synergy Lighting Controls
Cooper Controls Geico New Jersey SmartStart Buildings Taehwatrans Company, Ltd.
Cooper Lighting Energy Solutions General Electric / Global Research New Jersey Solar Power Tangible Software, Inc.
Cooper Wiring Devices/Novitas Geofinity Manufacturing NJ Higher Education Partnership for TAS
Copper Development Assocation Geo-Marine, Inc. Sustainability Tate Engineering Systems, Inc.
1E, Inc. CPFilms, Inc. Georgia Institute of Technology Noren Products, Inc. TCP Technical Consumer Products
1st Source Lighting CPI Daylighting Georgia Tech Energy & Environmental NORESCO Telkonet, Inc.
2RW Consultants Crom Corporation Geothermal National & Int'l. Initiative Nortec Industries Tetra Tech EC, Inc.
3M Window Films Cruise Car, Inc. Gexpro North America Power Partners The Alstrom Corporation
80 Plus / Ecos Consulting Cummins Energy Solutions GlassLock, Inc. NorthWrite, Inc. The Crom Corporation
AA Solar Products, LLC Curtis Engine & Equipment, Inc. Global Energy Services Obvius The Fulton Companies
Abraxas Energy Consulting Cypress Envirosystems Global Tracking Communications, Inc. OneWorld Sustainable Corporation The New York Times
Accuenergy Corporation D4 Energy Group GMI-Engineers, Constructors & Energy Managers Onicon Incorporated Thermaxx Insulation Jackets
ACORE Daikin AC (Americas), Inc. Good Steward Software, LLC Onset Computer Corporation Thermo Technologies/Thermomax
ACR Systems Danfoss Turbocor Compressors, Inc. Graybar Electric Company Optimum Energy, LLC Therm-O-Lite Windows
Active Power Dantherm Filtration Green World Solutions Ltd. Orion Energy Systems, Inc. Thermonomics
Acuity Brands Lighting Davidge Controls GreenLink Alliance Osram Sylvania Toshiba LED Lighting
Adaptive Lighting Solutions Day-Brite Lighting Greentech Energy Services P.T.M. Manufacturing Trane
ADMMicro, Inc. Gridlogix PA Consulting Group Transformer Protector Corporation
Advance Thermal Corporation DC Group, Inc. Gridpoint, Inc. Pace Global Energy Services, LLC Trastar, Inc.
Advanced Automated Systems, Inc. Defense Energy Support Center Griffith Engineering, Inc. (GEI) PaceControls, LLC Tremco
Advanced Green Technologies Defense Holdings, Inc. Group Mobile Penn State University / IRO Triangle MicroSystems, Inc.
Advanced Power Control Defense Supply Center Philadelphia GSA Center for Facilities Maintenance & Hardware Pepco Energy Services, Inc. Tridium, Inc.
Advanced Radiant Systems Delphi GSH Group, Inc. Performance Pipe Trison Construction, Inc.
Advanced Test Equipment Rental Delta Controls Guth Lighting Pfister Energy TriStem, LLC
AEC Science & Technology, LLC Demilec (USA), LLC Halco Lighting Technologies Pilla Electrical Products, Inc. U.S. Army Engineering & Support Center
Aegis Energy Services, Inc. DENT Instruments, Inc. Harris Lighting Pneu-Logic Corporation U.S. D.O.E., Office of Industrial
Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency Detroit Radiant Products Company Hawker Pollution Equipment News Technologies
Air Pear DG Power Systems, Inc. Healthy Technology Answers, Inc. Port-a-Cool U.S. Department of Energy/FEMP
Air Power USA, Inc. Dialight Heat Pipe Technology, Inc. Power Measurement Ltd. U.S. Department of the Army
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute Diogen Lighting Heatcraft Refrigeration Products LLC Power Monitors, Inc. U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR Program
Aircuity, Inc. Direct Energy Business Heatex America Power Partners UE Systems, Inc.
Airius, LLC Distech Controls Heat-Timer Corporation Powerhouse Equipment & Engineering Company Unilux Advanced Manufacturing, LLC
Airleader DOE EERE Industrial Technologies Program HEMCO Corporation Powersmiths/Critical Power Group, Inc. Uni-Solar/United Solar Ovonic
AirMotion Sciences, Inc. Dominion Electric Supply Company Hess Corporation PowrTech/PROCONEX Government Services United Parcel Service
AirXchange Draker Solar Design Honeywell Building Solutions PPW/Parksite Plunkett-Webster United Solar Ovonic
Akeena Solar Dryvit Systems, Inc. Howard Lighting Products Practical Energy Solutions Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.
Alanod Aluminum/Bloch Aluminum, Inc. DuPont Building Innovation Hubbell Building Automation, Inc. Precise Power Controls University of Maryland
Alban Engine Power Systems Duracool Roofing Systems Hydro Products Company Precision-Paragon (P2) USA Technologies
Alerton Technologies, Inc. Duro-Last Roofing, Inc. Ice Energy Primary Integration Energy, LLC USGBC National Capital Region Chapter
Alliance to Save Energy DWA Energy Ice Kube Systems PureChoice, Inc. UTC Power
Alpha Technologies DYK Incorporated Independent Lighting Corporation PureSpectrum Lighting VECO Federal, Inc.
altPOWER, Inc. Dynamic Air Quality Solutions Infrared Integrated Systems PWA Engineering, LLC Venture Lighting International, Inc.
AmbiRad Eaglerise E & E, Inc. Ingersoll Rand Q4 Energy Solutions Verdiem Corporation
Ameresco Earth Protection Services, Inc./Waste Management Innovative Technology QAS Veris Industries, Inc.
American Capital Energy Eastern Controls, Inc. Inova / Emissive Energy Quikwater, Inc. Viconics
American Energy Partners / NTIS Eaton Corporation Integrated Metering Systems RCSI, LLC Viewpoint Electronics Corporation
American Energy Services ebm-papst, Inc. Integrys Energy Services, Inc. Reagan Equipment Co., Inc. Virginia Sustainable Building Network
American PolySteel Eclipse Lighting, Inc. Intellidyne, LLC REC Solar, Inc. Volt Energy Technologies, Inc.
American Power Solutions Ecology & Environment, Inc. Intelligent Lighting Controls, Inc. Reliable Controls Corporation W. A. Benjamin Electric Company
Anchor Elite, LLC Ecotech Water, LLC International District Energy Association. Reliant Energy Solutions Washington Gas Energy Services, Inc.
Appalachian Energy ECR International, Inc. International Energy Conservation Systems (IEC) Retro-Tech Systems, Inc. Water Management, Inc.
Applied Energy Recovery Systems, Inc. ECR Technologies International Water Treatment, NA Roberts-Gordon, Inc. WaterFurnace International, Inc.
AquaRecycle ECS Geothermal Systems Inventive Solutions RS&H Watt Stopper/Legrand
Arcalux Corporation EEMAX Tankless Water Heaters Itron RTS Water Solutions Waukesha Engines/Katolight
Armstrong International E-Finity Distributed Generation IX Energy, Inc. SAERIS Weil-McLain
ASHRAE/National Capital Chapter EFT Energy, Inc. J&D Electronics Co. Ltd. Safeware, Inc. Weishaupt Corporation
ATAS International ElectraLED, Inc. Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) SAGE Electrochromics, Inc. Wesco Distribution
Atlantic Energy Concepts Electro Industries/Gauge Tech JoGar Energy Services Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. Westinghouse Lighting Corporation
Atlas Copco Compressors Elodrive USA, Inc. Johnson Controls, Inc. Satec, Inc. WFI Commercial
Auburn Environmental Elsevier Kaeser Compressors, Inc. Schneider Electric / Square D World Energy Solutions
Autani Corporation Elspec North America Kawasaki Gas Turbines / Americas Schwank Group Xtreme Power Solutions
Autodesk, Inc. EMC Engineers, Inc. Kele, Inc. Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) Yokogawa Corporation of America
Automated Logic Corporation EMCO Flow Systems Kelix Heat Transfer Systems, LLC Scottish Development International
AwarenessIDEAS EMO Energy Solutions, LLC Kelly Generator & Equipment/Generac SDT North America Above list is a partial listing of recent WEEC
AWEB Supply E-Mon KMC Controls Seasons 4, Inc. exhibitors as of this printing, and is intended
Axis Technologies, Inc. Encelium Technologies, Inc. KVAR Energy Savings SEI Group, Inc. to serve as a sample.
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(select Buyer’s Guide).
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description of your product Exhibitors may be listed in the marketplace surveys, and professional
(770) 279-4388.
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contact Jacqueline Fraga at missioning Professional (CBCP), Certi-
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AND ONLINE LINK. Certified Renewable Energy Professional
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or service listing, both in the
show newspaper and on the energy, power, and facilities is distributed during registration
official show website, and your Buyer’s Guide. Available online to conference attendees and
online listing will be linked to before the show in a searchable expo-only visitors. The directory
your website. For additional database, your Guide listing will includes the show floorplan,
details, call (770) 279-4386. include your organization’s exhibitor directory, daly exhibit
profile as well as a product hall events, and more. Ad sizes Science Applications International Corp-
page. available are full p age, half p age, oration (SAIC) is a Fortune 500® scien-
MAILING PROGRAM. The Buyer’s Guide is also quarter p age, and business card tific, engineering, and technology appli-
As an exhibitor, you can provide distributed in PDF format configurations. Refer to the cations company that uses its deep
us with up to 100 names and onsite to every conference reservation form for pricing. Ad domain knowledge to solve problems of
addresses of key customers and attendee as part of the space is available on a first-come, vital importance to the nation and
contacts before the show. We Pro c eeding s CD, and links to first-served basis. For additional world in energy and the environment,
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ty, the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security, and other government civil agen-
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stand booth space is available in multiples of 1010 at a cost of $2950 per unit. 1. Exhibitors will indemnify, defend, and hold the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), Show
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Number of 10  10 spaces desired: @ $2950 each = amt. due: $ Convention Center harmless from any claims, losses, expenses, (including attorneys’ fees) and
 YES, also please reserve our: liability arising in connection with the “Association’s” meeting being held at the Washington
Convention Center, Washington, DC, December 5-10, 2010. Exhibitor agrees to make no claims
 List link and logo on the show website @ $125 = amount due: $ whatsoever for loss, theft, damage, destruction of goods; nor for any injury to himself or employ-
Your web address: www. ees while in the exposition quarters; nor for any damage of any nature, including damage to his
Note: Logo should be sent in Adobe Illustrator .eps format. business, nor for any loss resulting from labor disputes, acts of God or nature, or any action of
 Buyer’s Guide listing @ discounted rate of $195 = amount due: $ any nature of AEE and Show Management. Force Majeure: In the event the Exhibit Hall or any
 Exhibit Hall Directory ad (check ad size below) = amount due: $ part of the exhibit area thereof is unavailable whether for the entire event, or a portion of the
 $395 Business Card Ad  $850 Quarter Page Ad 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, lock-
 $1350 Half Page Ad  $2600 Full Page Ad out, labor dispute, riot or any other cause or agency over which Show Management has no control, or
Total Amount Due: $ 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 reim-
burse the Exhibitor in any respect of any damage or loss, direct or indirect, arising as a result thereof.
Booth space(s) preferred:
2. Upon submitting booth contract we understand booth space is non-cancelable and we agree
1st Choice 2nd Choice 3rd Choice to adhere to the cancellation policy terms (No. 8). If we cancel, we will be charged at a min-
imum 50% of the published booth fee for the number of spaces we have contracted.
We will display these products or services:
3. Exhibitors are advised to carry floater insurance to cover their exhibit material against dam-
age and loss and public liability insurance to cover against injury to the Exhibitor, its staff,
Indicate up to 3 competitors whose booths you prefer not to be adjacent to your exhibit:* 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
1. 2. 3. 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
Name request by Show Management or its contractors. Obtaining insurance and amount of insurance
remains solely the responsibility of the Exhibitor.
Title 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.
Organization 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)
Street Address 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/unsight-
City/State/Zip ly portions of booth may be ordered “masked” by Show Management — the expense for which is
the sole responsibility of the Exhibitor. Carpeting of exhibit space is required. AEE retains the right
to change the expo floorplan and Exhibitor’s booth location without prior notice.
Phone Fax
5. Internet advertising is available to current Exhibitors who have submitted at least a 50%
Email 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. Not valid for prior
We have read, understand, and agree to the contract terms and conditions. Virtual Show Exhibitor sales. AEE reserves the right to reject advertising for any reason what-
X 6. All exhibits must be set up by 8:00 pm the evening prior to the opening of the show. Booth
Authorized Signature of Applicant (required) Date 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.
7. Regulations and Compliance: No explosives, fuel, combustibles, or hazardous materials, dec-
orative materials not fireproof nor flameproof, or any materials or substances deemed haz-
 Full payment enclosed: $ ardous under applicable fire regulations may be brought into the Exhibit Hall. Exhibitor
 50% payment enclosed: $ 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
Make check payable in U.S. funds to AEE EXHIBITS. of all applicable electrical and safety codes.
8. Cancellation, change of space, change of Exhibitor information, and refund policy:
PAYMENT:  Check enclosed  Bill company (P.O. must be attached) (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
 Bill credit card in the amount of $ show.
 VISA  MasterCard  American Express  Discover
(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-refund-
Credit card number
able) will be assessed.
(c)Written cancellation received within 60 to 120 days prior to the opening date of the show,
X cancellation/penalty fee of full amount of booth cost (Internet and directory ads are non-
Authorized Signature of Cardholder (required) Expiration Date
refundable) will be assessed regardless of cancellation notification, and no refund will be
Credit Card Billing Address (where credit card bill is sent)
(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
Name on Card (print)
of cancellation notification, and no refunds will be made.
Street Address (e)If an Exhibitor decreases its booth size from the original contract, it will be deemed a can-
cellation for the booths decreased, and the show’s cancellation schedule will apply. Exhibitor
City/State/Zip 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
Return to: Ted Kurklis, Exhibit Manager WEEC Phone (770) 271-7869 Exhibitor funds are permitted. In case of a dispute, the governing laws of Georgia will apply.
P.O. Box 1026, Lilburn, GA 30048 or FAX to (770) 271-7981 Any legal or collection-related costs incurred by Show Management resulting from delin-
Email: quent payment by Exhibitor will be paid by Exhibitor.