Kentucky's CEMCS Project wins 
2013 AEE National Energy Project of the Year!


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FRANKFORT, Ky. (9/23/13) – The Commonwealth Energy Management Control System (CEMCS) recently received more awards and recognition. The National Association of Chief State Administrators featured CEMCS as a case study at its leadership conference in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 15-17. The Association of Energy Engineers chose CEMCS as the 2013 National Project of the Year and is presenting the award at the 2013 World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 25.

 

CEMCS is an enterprise software system designed to monitor, analyze, control, and optimize energy utilization. Since being piloted in 2011 in 43 state buildings at 23 sites across the Commonwealth, CEMCS has saved approximately $2.85 million for the state. An additional 11 buildings, representing 1.5 million additional square feet of space, were added to the system in early 2013. 

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    The CEMCS Team: (From Right to Left) Mr. Bill Slone (Finance Facilities), Mr. David Dowdell (Noresco), Ms. Peg Dunagin, (Finance Facilities), Mr. Kevin Fuller (IDS), AEE Award Presenter, Mr. Dick Mink (Finance Facilities), Ms. Ann Marie Xavier (Noresco), Mr. Brian K. Sheely (InnerSpace), and Mr. Bill Gnerre (IDS)

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    The "A" Team: (From Right to Left) Mr. Bill Slone (Finance Facilities), AEE Award Presenter, Ms. Peg Dunagin, (Finance Facilities), and Mr. Dick Mink (Finance Facilities),

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    Brian K. Sheely (InnerSpace) gets his turn with the award.

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    The Noresco Team: (From Right to Left) Mr. David Dowdell (Noresco), AEE Award Presenter, Mr. Dick Mink (Finance Facilities), and Ms. Ann Marie Xavier (Noresco)

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    (From Right to Left) Mr. Brian K. Sheely (InnerSpace), AEE Award Presenter, and Mr. Dick Mink (Finance Facilities)

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    The IDS Team: (From Right to Left) Mr. Kevin Fuller (IDS), AEE Award Presenter, and Mr. Bill Gnerre (IDS)

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    Mr. Dick Mink (Finance Facilities) shares the CEMCS vision with the audience...