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Conference Overview
As the electrical industry is undergoing fundamental change in reduced load growth, changing load patterns, expanding distributed generation, new emerging technologies and competing demands, CEATI's Life Cycle Management of Station Equipment & Apparatus (LCMSEA) participants have identified a need to further discuss the topics related to strategies of maintaining, planning and development for future stations.

Participants are interested in technological advances in station apparatus, construction and maintenance techniques, as well as the changing requirements of stakeholders, regulators, and customers associated with this equipment. Methods and tools for gathering necessary data and analytic processes to assess performance, maintain reliability, plan for and develop future utility stations are being discussed, as well as prevention, planning and control of catastrophic events, to mitigate their effects and respect social responsibility.

The Stations interest group is intended to promote and facilitate communication and coordination surrounding development and implementation topics associated with optimizing life cycle costs related to electrical utility station equipment and apparatus. The conference will provide an open forum for Information exchange and deliberation, with a particular focus on technical presentations, case studies, and the sharing of ideas and experiences for the benefit of the industry.


Important Dates
September 11th, 2015, 4:00 PM ET
Deadline for Presentation Abstracts

December 18th, 2015
Early-Bird Registration Deadline

January 12th, 2016
Cut-Off Date for Hotel Reservations
Who Should Attend?

- Utility Representatives
- Contractors
- Engineering Supervisors
- Vendors
- Original Equipment Manufacturers

Topics include:
Strategic Planning for Development of Stations of the Future

  • Futuristic View
  • Planning and Maintainability
  • Safety & Environments
  • Reliability / Customer / DG Connections
  • New Technology, Devices, Construction Techniques and Innovations for Stations
  • Security
  • Regulatory

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CEATI International brings electric utility industry professionals together, through focused interest groups and collaborative projects, to identify and address technical issues that are critical to their organizations. Participants can undertake projects that respond to their strategic goals at a fraction of the cost of doing so independently.

CEATI International
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