March 12, 2018 - Sargent & Lundy's power delivery team will be at the upcoming 2018 IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition - on the program and in the exhibit hall - April 16-19 in Denver, Colorado.
Visit us in the exhibit hall at Booth #2962. Talk with our experts about your challenges and how we can support your projects.
PANEL: Value Engineering: Optimizing Solutions While Balancing Function and Cost on Tuesday, April 17, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
This panel will outline and share the Southern California Edison's (SCE) Value Engineering (VE) efforts focused on improving the value of goods or products and services to customers by either improving function or reducing cost through value engineering principles. The panel will share SCE's experience with others in the industry to help them understand what VE is and how it can be applied to various project execution models.
Panelists: N. Bargas and Oscar Santos - Southern California Edison, Romulus Berzescu - Sargent & Lundy, K. Goldstein - MEPPI, and H. Sharifnia - IEEE
Learn more about the topics the panel will discuss at IEEE PES T&D Session Number PS16
TUTORIAL: This Is Not Your Father’s Surge Protection: Power, Communication and Data on Monday, April 16, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
Surge protection for utility equipment previously concerned protection of the high voltage power frequency and low voltage supply or auxiliary equipment. With the proliferation of Smart devices using data and communication channels, there are additional channels vulnerable to surges. This tutorial will discuss the available application guides for surge protection and present overviews of their content. Additionally, new work will be presented for guides that are in development.
Presenters: Steven Hensley - Sargent & Lundy, Ron Hotchkiss - Surge Suppression, LLC, and Matt Wakeham - Phoenix Contact
Learn more about the tutorial agenda and how to register at IEEE PES T&D Session Number: TUT-03
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