WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jim Robb, NERC’s president and CEO, will participate in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) virtual Power & Energy Society (PES) General Meeting that will take place July 26–29. The meeting, “Managing Energy Business during a Pandemic,” brings together electric power and energy experts and stakeholders from across the globe to share the latest advancements in technology and ideas that will propel our future.
Robb will participate on a panel titled “Setting Post-COVID Expectations” at 10:45 a.m. Eastern on July 26, along with Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm; NARUC First Vice President and Virginia Corporation Commission Chair Judith Jagdmann; and NASEO Executive Director David Terry.
Several members of NERC’s staff will be presenting a number of peer-reviewed technical papers, as well as participating in the conference as panelists:
“Participation in the IEEE PES General Meeting provides a venue to discuss challenges to reliability, security and resilience of the bulk power system,” said Mark Lauby, NERC’s senior vice president and chief engineer. “NERC’s staff provides leadership on these issues and shares state-of-the art findings and processes to address emergent and projected risks to the reliable operation of the Bulk Electric System.”
Conference attendees will have exclusive access to more than 400 hours of conference material, including plenary, super and panel sessions, paper and poster sessions, a student poster competition, and tutorials. NERC is proud to be Bronze sponsor of this event, furthering the PES mission to be the leading provider of scientific and engineering information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society.
Registration is required.
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