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USI is pleased to support the Mississippi Meter Conference in Starkville  this week  along with Schneider Electric and The Durham Company.

Troy Cherry conducted Varentec Training at Clay Electric on October 15th, 2019.

 

 

 

USI is pleased to support the ICUEE 2019 in Louisville and our exhibiting manufacturers.

Southeastern Distribution Apparatus School & Conference – August 19 – 22, 2019
 The Hotel at Auburn University

Auburn, Alabama

 

The 2019 Southeastern Distribution Apparatus School and Conference is sponsored by Utility Technology Education.

The school provides a forum for electric utility technicians, engineers and managers involved in distribution, telecommunications, substation and apparatus departments to obtain high quality, practical and comprehensive training. The school provides a network opportunity to discuss common issues and new technologies with representatives from industry.

 

The school is divided into four educational modules to better provide instruction for utility professionals at all levels of experience.  The courses are designed for participants to select topics they require or have an interest in. Classes range from Fundamentals and Applications of Distribution System Apparatus for the substation or apparatus technician to SCADA, Communications and Smart Grid applications for the utility engineer, manager or technical specialist.

 

SE Distribution Apparatus School Program Booklet

 

Professional Development Hours 

 

Utility Technology Association will award 18 Professional Development Hours to participants attending the entire school.

 

The Hotel at Auburn University

 

The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center is centrally located three miles from Interstate 85.  The Hotel at Auburn University is situated in a charming university campus environment within easy walking distance to many shops and restaurants in the quaint, historical downtown Auburn, Alabama.  (800) 228-2876   

 

Hotel Reservation Link   ||  Group Code: 190818APPA

 

Exhibit Hall Information

 

The Exhibit Hall will be open Monday through Wednesday. Exhibitors wishing to display their products must register for a booth.

 

Breaks and evening hospitality will be held in the Exhibit Hall.  The cost of the registration includes one table with electric service, wireless Internet access, two lunches, annual dinner, pre and post electronic participant list for one individual. A company can register additional exhibitors and additional exhibit tables.

 

 

Registration Fees

 

Student $425
Student – One Day Only $245
Displaying Exhibitor – Table $575
Hosting Exhibitor – No Table $375
Additional Exhibitor $245

 

 

Information  on Website  

 

Utility Technology Association

Southeastern Distribution Apparatus

School & Conference

 The Hotel at Auburn University

Register On-Line Now!!

 

Planning Committee

 

Brian Chandler City of Troy Utilities
Bob Cheney Alabama Power Company
Chris Crawford Superior Power Products
Darren Crews Okefenoke REMC 
George Dobbins Alabama Power Company
Mary Hester Intelligent System Solutions
Joe Hall Pike Engineering
Scott Johnson Georgia Power Company
Chip Kanour Utility Specialists, Inc.
Jack Kelley Tri-State Utility Products, Inc.
John Moore Coweta-Fayette EMC
Freddy Morgan City of Covington
Nicole Sullivan Patterson & Dewar Engineers
Lonnie Whitley Satilla REMC
Robbie Young Snapping Shoals EMC
Utility Technology Education

www.utilitytech.org

 

Keynote Speaker

David Wade

EPB
 Community Smart Grid

 

Modules to Choose Classes From

 

Module 100: Fundamentals of Distribution System Apparatus

 

This module provides instruction in basic distribution apparatus theory and application.  Students will learn electrical fundamentals and power theory along with how the equipment works. This session should be attended by those who need to gain a better understanding of the components in an electrical distribution system. This module will help the student establish a good foundation for future classes.

Module 200: Principles & Applications of Distribution System Apparatus

This module provides a more in-depth look of the individual distribution apparatus equipment used in the substation and on the distribution feeders.  The sessions will emphasis why the equipment is used and how the equipment functions. Distribution equipment included in sessions will be regulators, breakers, transformers, capacitors, arresters, switchgear and reclosers along with classes on system protection.

 

Module 300: SCADA and Communications

This module provides instruction on the principles and equipment of a Power System SCADA system used for the monitoring and control of an electrical distribution system. Includes sessions on Cybersecurity, Fiber Optic Communications, IDMS Advanced Applications, NERC Overview, and Automated Restoration Systems.

 

Module 400: Smart Grid, Engineering and Emerging Technology

This module will examine the initiatives and engineering applications of electric utilities. Session topics will include Planning & Management of Today’s Grid, Distribution Automation Schemes, 5G and Utility Infrastructure, Lightning Surge Protection, Power Electronics, and Utility Broadband Applications. Also will be an in-depth discussion on Power Quality issues and solutions of the electrical distribution system.

 

 

Contact

Suzanne Powell
Utility Technology Association

(770) 519-1676

 

suzanne@utilitytech.org

 

 

Utility Technology Association is a 501c6 non-profit organization dedicated to the delivery of high quality, practical and comprehensive training designed to meet the needs and  challenges of today’s electric utility industry.

USI is pleased to share with you the most recent vendor scoring from two of SEECO Switchgear’s significant customers…

  • International Transmission Corporation (ITC) – Delivery: excellent, Pricing/Cost Savings: excellent, Quality: excellent, Support: excellent, Overall Summary: exceeds expectations
  • PacifiCorp – #1 out of 28 suppliers in our product / commodity category; scored a perfect 10 out of 10 across various performance metrics

We are proud to represent the many dedicated SEECO employees that made the above recognition possible. GREAT JOB!

 

Jason Smolko of Hendrix Aerial Cable Systems, Reese Barillari of Canusa and Greg Mundschau of Electromark man the USI booth with Joe Thornton and Daniel Beck at the AREA rural cooperatives show in Montgomery. We had great booth turnout with many interested customers!

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