Join us for the 6th Annual Northeast Power and Energy Conference (NEPEC). Due to COVID19 concerns, this year's event will be virtual. The program is stacked with great presentations, multiple interviews, chat sessions, panel sessions, and a virtual happy hour.
As in the past, NEPEC's mission is to foster a special community of power professionals in the Northeast. This event continues to provide professionals from industry, academia, utilities, government, and manufacturers an opportunity to exchange knowledge on systems, equipment, and designs responsible for generating, transmitting, and distributing electric power. It also provides the latest updates on industry regulations and standards.
The main program is a two-day event with morning and afternoon sessions on Wednesday and Thursday. We are excited to announce that we will be offering four optional tutorials. The tutorials will be scheduled on Tuesday before the conference begins. See additional information below.
This year we are proud to have a total of four live virtual tutorials. You can choose to attend one of the tutorials in the morning and one in the afternoon.
You will learn the latest trends and topics from the industry experts with time to ask questions of them as well. Below are the four tutorials:
To provide a regional forum where professionals from industry, academia, utilities, government, and manufacturing share and exchange knowledge on systems responsible for the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric power. The sharing of information at this conference will help attendees and their organizations become more competitive, efficient, and successful in their efforts. The conference will provide many networking opportunities to facilitate collaboration amongst attendees creating a special and unique electric power community.
$150 - 6th Annual Northeast Power and Energy Conference (NEPEC)
$50 - Each Tutorial
The registration fee includes an opportunity for NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs).*
*Attendance is required to receive a NETA CTD Certificate. The credit hour(s) are calculated based on the session(s) time. Any time before, after, or during breaks is not included. One hour equals 1 CTD(s).
Registration for the tutorial will close one day before, May 10, 2021. Registration for the event will close one day before, May 11, 2021.
Reach different companies and attendees within the field of generating, transmitting, and distributing electric power. Contact Nathan Herrera with questions or submit the Event Sponsorship Contract Form.
Become a Speaker
Have a case study presentation related to the event? Please submit your suggested presentation title and short abstract to Nathan Herrera for consideration.