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The Transformers Committee is one of the largest and most active of the17 technical committees within the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES). The Committee is comprised of technical and managerial representatives from manufacturers, consultants, vendors and end users of electrical transformers and components. The continuing scope of the Committee is to develop and update standards and guidelines for the design, testing, repair, installation, operation and maintenance of transformers, reactors and associated components that are used within electric utility and industrial power systems.
Please regularly check the Calendar/Events page for web/conf call meetings. Due to the cancellation of the Spring Meeting in Charlotte a number of WGs will be holding on-line meetings. We will make every effort to publicize them in advance when notified.
FALL MEETING NOTICE
WE HEARD YOU!
Due to continued concerns around travel and group gatherings during this pandemic as evidenced by current conditions and responses to a recent survey from our Chair regarding attendance plans and concerns for the fall meeting, the decision has been made to convert our fall meeting to a virtual meeting.
SAVE THE DATES
A task force is working diligently to facilitate a virtual meeting on the same dates as the originally scheduled in-person Kansas City meeting: October 19-22. We are planning to keep the schedule as close to “normal” as possible, utilizing Webex “meeting rooms” for the task force and working group meetings as well as the general sessions and tutorials. As of now, all meeting times would be set in the central time zone to take place between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM. The timing may vary slightly, depending on what decision is made regarding the standards session on Monday and/or the awards session on Tuesday. We will utilize the typical AMS registration process, and a registration fee will be charged to cover meeting facilitation charges among other costs. Details will be provided as meeting planning continues.
Please check back in early September for more information on how to register and watch your email for important notifications from the Committee, individual working group and task force leadership.
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It is with great sadness and sorrow that we announce the passing of former Committee Member John Sullivan. More information can be found on the Memorials page.
Fall 2020 – VIRTUAL MEETING, October 18 – 22, 2020*
Spring 2021 – Toronto, Ontario CANADA April 25-29, 2021**
Fall 2021 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA, October 17-21, 2021**
Spring 2022 – Denver, Colorado USA, March 27 – 31, 2022**
Fall 2022 – Charlotte, North Carolina USA, October 16 – 20, 2022**
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** Confirmed date and location
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