Plain Talk at 2016 PES ESMO

Plain Talk About the Electric Power Industry

Courses are Co-located with the IEEE PES ESMO Conference

Columbus, OH

September 12-14, 2016

Registration to the Conference not Required. .

IEEE PES PLAIN TALK courses for the power industry professional will help you to understand technical aspects of the electric power industry, even if you do not have an engineering background. You will gain insights into the concerns of engineers, the demands of regulators and consumer groups, and the factors and trends that impact the operation of today's electric power systems. These courses are also appropriate for new engineers to the industry, or for engineers in other fields who are transitioning to the electric power industry. These courses aim to increase your understanding of the electric power system by providing you with practical knowledge that you can use as you work in or with this important industry.

Plain Talk registrants will be provided with complimentary access to the outdoor demonstrations and exhibits held at AEP's outdoor facilities outside of Columbus, OH, Thursday, September 15 (Transportation included). The outdoor demonstrations include engaging in discussions and observations of outdoor displays and demonstrations offered by leading manufacturing companies serving the industry.
 
  • Power System Basics - Understanding the Electric Utility Operation Inside and Out
    • Monday, September 12, 2016             8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Distribution System - Delivering Power to the Customer
    • Tuesday, September 13, 2016            8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Transmission System - The Interconnected Bulk Electric System
    • Wednesday, September 14, 2016        8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Each day begins at 7:30 am with continental breakfast and registration. These courses are eligible for CEU/PDH credit.

 

Early Bird Registration Ends August 15!

Click here to REGISTER

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For more information, contact:

LaToya Gourdine, Administrator Education Services, IEEE Power & Energy Society

l.gourdine@ieee.org   or  (732) 981-2876