IEEE PES Corporate Engagement

IEEE Power & Energy (PES) Corporate Engagement Program (CEP)

Corporate Engagement Program (CEP) is a world-wide program intended to engage the Industry Organizations in IEEE PES activities in a formal way; facilitate involvement of corporate employees in the IEEE PES activities and involve corporate leaders to support PES membership/programs.


Top 3 Reasons to join our IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Corporate Engagement Program (CEP).

  1. Access to timely educational resources covering a wide range of important industry topics.
  2. Collaboration of industry experts on addressing key technical topics.
  3. Insight and guidance to help maximize experience as a PES member.

Current CEP Participants

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For more information about our Corporate Engagement Program email us at pes@ieee.org.


CEP Dedicated Webinars
Exclusive initial access to vital industry-specific webinar series led by leading experts, discussing pivotal topics.

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*NEW!* Presented June 22, 2021: Intro to IEEE PES Technical Activities: How Do I Get Involved?

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Coordinated GT&D Planning and Investment Prioritization

presented by Quanta Technology

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Improving Resilience of Transmission and Distribution Grids: ISO-NE and ComEd Experience

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DER Integration from Transmission and Distribution Perspectives: VELCO and National Grid Experience

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Our Mission

To be the leading provider of scientific and engineering information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society and the preferred professional development source for our members.


IEEE PES members are actively shaping the power and energy industry around the globe. Our 40,000 membership consists of engineers, executives, policy makers, academics and students who are researching and developing new technologies; planning and operating electricity grids; and manufacturing and constructing generators, transmission lines, substations and energy storage devices.

By actively engaging in PES, your employees can stay up to date on the latest advances including renewable energy system design and integration, smart-grid technologies, electric vehicles, wholesale market design and operation and asset management.

IEEE PES at a Glance

  • Established in 1884
  • 40,000 members worldwide
  • 250+ local chapters across 10 global regions
  • Eight peer-reviewed technical publications
  • 20 technical committees
  • 400+ related standards
  • 40+ conferences per year, plus hundreds of local meetings

Engaging in the IEEE Power & Energy Society can provide a big boost to your employees and help your organization be even more successful by providing the professionals you’re investing in with:

  • The latest information about current trends and all aspects of the fast-changing electric power and energy industry
  • Industry insight through Power & Energy and Electrification magazines, technical reports and peer-reviewed journals
  • Compelling programs and networking opportunities at our conferences and events
  • Platforms to tackle broad-reaching challenges by participating in the IEEE standards-development process and PES technical committees
  • Opportunities to meet, network and collaborate with local members via our vibrant chapters, and become actively engaged in the global PES community

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Participant Testimonials

“Joining the Corporate Engagement Program enables ISO New England to be formally involved in PES activities. We have internally promoted the CEP webinars in 2020 which were specific to our core business and timely to educate our employees too.”
- Xiaochuan Luo, Manager, Power System Technology, ISO New England Inc. 

“IEEE participation has numerous benefits to individuals and corporations, including learning technical and managerial skills, thought leadership, publications, and standards development.  That is why Quanta Technology has a policy to support all employees in joining IEEE and actively participating in sharing knowledge. The CEP has provided our team with additional opportunities to engage in and gain exposure to latest industry developments and thought leadership. It has an important role to help us plan engagement of our employees in IEEE in a most effective way.”

– Damir Novosel, President, Quanta Technology


 IEEE PES members are actively shaping the power and energy industry around the globe. Our 40,000 membership consists of engineers, executives, policy makers, academics, and students who are researching and developing new technologies; planning and operating electricity grids; and manufacturing and constructing generators, transmission lines, substations, and energy storage devices.

By actively engaging in PES, your employees can stay up to date on the latest advances including renewable energy system design and integration, smart-grid technologies, electric vehicles, wholesale market design and operation, and asset management.

IEEE PES at a Glance

  • Established in 1884
  • 40,000 members worldwide
  • 250+ local chapters across 10 global regions
  • Eight peer-reviewed technical publications
  • 20 technical committees
  • 400+ related standards
  • 40+ conferences per year, plus hundreds of local meetings