Next Conference: Spring 2021, Fort Collins, Colorado U.S.A.
Prior Conference: March 25-28, 2019, Fort Collins, Colorado U.S.A.
CLICK HERE FOR THE 2019 CONFERENCE AGENDA
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The International Conference focuses on technologies and resources to support the leading corporate objectives of electric utility companies today: reduce operations and maintenance costs, increase power throughput, and improve line reliability. To this end, the technical papers will also address the related areas of extending overhead line and component life; reducing design, refurbishment, and construction costs; and ensuring health and safety for workers and the environment. In addition, this conference will explore new technology applications that promise attractive future alternatives for overhead line owners.
Utility executives, managers and engineers with responsibility for transmission, distribution, substation design, construction, and O&M are invited.
Finally, a field session showcasing state-of-the-art technologies offers the opportunity to test and observe product demonstrations. See below for a list of the technologies featured in the Field Session.
2019 CONFERENCE FORMAT
Monday - technical presentations from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; lunch included and an icebreaker is held after the technical sessions.
Tuesday - technical sessions from 8:00 a.m. to noon; lunch provided; Exhibit Hours: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Cash Bar/Banquet Dinner/Entertainment 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday - technical sessions from 8:00 a.m. to noon; Field Session and lunch provided at EDM's office
Thursday - technical sessions from 8:00 a.m. to noon; conference concludes at noon
2019 PRICING STRUCTURE
Electric Utility Personnel: $650/person ($600/person if 3 or more register at one time)
Electric Utility Personnel Speaker: $550/person
Non-Utility Attendee or Speaker: $750/person
Exhibit Space: $1450 (includes registration for 1 person; additional booth personnel are FREE if they only work in the booth)
EXHIBITS/COMMERCIAL DISPLAYS AND FIELD SESSION
Limited Booth Space is Available! Booth space will be available for commercial vendors to promote products and services during the exhibition portion of the conference. Contact EDM to receive details regarding exhibiting at the conference. Space is limited and will be reserved on a “first come, first served” basis. There will also be a hands-on field session where attendees will have the opportunity to see some of the newest technologies available in this industry during the Field Session. EDM will contact/invite manufacturers, vendors and/or service providers regarding participation in the Field Session.
LOVE TO SKI? WANT TO LEARN?? COME JOIN US BEFORE THE CONFERENCE IN WINTERPARK, COLORADO
If you would like to join us for a ski trip on the Sunday prior to the conference, contact EDM (space is limited). The ski trip will depart from the Fort Collins Marriott on Sunday morning and head to Winterpark, Colorado, for a full day of skiing. The mountains should have great ski conditions in March. We will provide the transportation—you buy your own meals and your lift ticket from us (we will secure a group rate that is based on the number of participants but will not be the full-day mountain standard price. Call EDM right away to reserve your spot.
Additionally, you can contact Colorado Ski Country USA (303.837.0793) for information on all the resorts and up-to-date ski conditions. Winterpark is an ideal ski spot as it has ski hills to appeal to all levels of skiers or boarders.
EDM reserves the right to cancel the trip if weather conditions are not conducive for the day trip or if there are not enough participants. Thanks!
Since 1987, EDM has brought the International Conference to the electric utility industry in an effort to provide a forum that focuses on technologies and resources that support the leading corporate objectives of electric utility companies today -- such as reducing operations and maintenance (O&M) costs, increasing power throughput, and improving line reliability.
The conference objectives are consistent:
- To provide a forum for professionals to explore the issues that impact the use of utility line structures throughout the world
- To exchange information on state-of-the-art in research, technology, materials, maintenance, manufacturing, and design
- To showcase products and technologies through the commercial exhibition