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Presentation: James Miller
Manager, Facilities, Energy & Sustainability
Seminole State College

DATE: Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

MEETING TIME: 11:45pm – 1:15pm


Seminole State College of Florida
Student Center, Room SC-185
ADDRESS: 100 Weldon Blvd. Sanford, FL 32773

You are invited to AEE’s Sunshine Chapter luncheon Wednesday September 18th presentation by James Miller, Manager, Facilities, Energy & Sustainability with Seminole State College!

James Miller will be presenting Seminole State College’s sustainability and energy reduction goals and plans. We will also be taking a tour of the recently expanded Ice Thermal Energy Storage system at the Sanford/Lake Mary campus. Seminole State is on a mission to become a model for the community, the Florida College System, and the nation for sustainability practices and environmental stewardship.


Seminole State has several certificate and degree programs focused on sustainability which James will highlight during his presentation.



As the Manager for Energy & Sustainability at Seminole State College of Florida, James Miller collaborates with faculty and students on the development of campus sustainability initiatives and efficiency improvements.

James is a higher education professional with a broad range of experience in student affairs, curriculum development, operations and planning, and he has held leadership positions with the Association of Florida Colleges (AFC)—most recently serving as their Region Director for Central Florida in 2018. He’s particularly passionate about issues related to sustainability, the arts, and shared governance.

Parking instructions:

Please park in Lot 4 visitor parking circled in red below. Secondary parking is provided in Lot 6.

If you need additional information or directions, please call Hugh Fain at 407.765.3247


$20 Pre-pay online with PayPal at https://aeesun.org/registration/ or $25 with Credit Card at the event. Students $10 at the event with prior RSVP.

Please RSVP to receive lunch. Priority will be given to those who have prepaid and RSVP’ed.


Please confirm attendance with Hugh Fain hughfain@gmail.com or 407.765.3247   We appreciate your RSVP.

AEE Chapter Purpose:

To provide a great venue to network with other professionals, gain new knowledge and skills and share ideas and innovative approaches in the business of energy and sustainability.

We are always seeking input for future presentation topics, plant tours and have officer opportunities. If you would like to become an active AEESC member and contributor, please arrive early to join in and discuss the direction of the chapter and topics of interest. All are welcome to attend.