2020 Highlights

2020 educational opportunities

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TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS
With 40+ technical seminars offered throughout the conference, PowerTest 2020 has something to offer everyone. Topics discussed include transformers, relays,electrical safety, reliability, and equipment. All seminars are eligible for NETA CTD Credits and CEUs.
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2020 NEW PRODUCT FORUM

Join industry leaders for Monday evening's New Product Forum, showcasing the latest and greatest products and services available. Learn about the newest industry challenges and solutions and engage with key company decision-makers from across the United States.
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EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES SYMPOSIUM

A must- attend event for those interested in the direction the industry is headed.
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MEGGER BEST PRACTICES

Sunday, February 23  | 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Megger’s Best Practices Seminars are designed to bring you up to speed on new testing techniques and technology as well as offer the opportunity to engage in technical discussions with our expert engineers. Megger’s world-class Applications Engineers utilize their vast industry knowledge and experience to craft an in-depth program backed by Megger’s expertise in the market.  This full-day of quality education includes training related to key industry topics as well as some of the best practices to follow when performing offline electrical testing.


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POWERDB
USER'S GROUP

Monday, February 24 | 12:15 PM-2:15 PM
Annual User’s Group Meeting open to licensed users of PowerDB Pro Software.  Agenda will include presentations by the PowerDB Pro development team as well as utility, industrial and contractor groups discussing how this product is an integral part of their business operations. Pre-registration is required by contacting PowerDB at (979) 690-7925 ext. 702 or by registering at www.powerdb.com .


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DOBLE LABORATORY SEMINAR

Friday, February 28 | 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
The Doble Laboratory Seminar is designed for engineers, chemists, and others responsible for reviewing data to interpret laboratory results to detect and identify problems within electric apparatus. The seminar will be interactive, combining theoretical background with practical experience and hands-on examples including case studies illustrating common problems found in the field.