PowerTest24 Is the Premier Electrical Power Safety and Reliability Conference

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Conference dates are February 26 – March 1, 2024, at the Hilton Anatola in Dallas, Texas.

Contributed by NETA

Hosted by NETA, the InterNational Electrical Testing Association, PowerTest24 brings together electrical power system professionals from across the country and around the globe. This conference offers five days of high-powered learning with plenty of time to engage with customers and colleagues during the many social events.

Entrance is free to all electrical power professionals, so be sure to invite your industry partners. The PowerTest24 Trade Show is a must-attend conference event, featuring over one hundred booths and the PowerTraining Stage for in-depth future focused discussions.

POWERTEST24 KEYNOTES

PowerTest24 Salutes our industry’s U.S. Military

PowerTest24 will team up with the National Medal of Honor Museum to recognize the courageous U.S. National Medal of Honor recipients and salute the many U.S. Veterans and Military Service men and women who work throughout the Electrical Power Industry.

PowerTest24 Opening Session Keynote Speaker

Chris Cassidy, President and CEO, National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation, U.S. Navy SEAL and NASA Astronaut will kick of PowerTest24 with an insightful address on the challenges he faced in the military, space exploration, and the importance of honoring those who have demonstrated exceptional bravery, making for an inspiring and thought-provoking session.           

PowerTest24 Member/Alliance Luncheon Keynote Speaker

Mark Lauby, Senior Vice President and Chief Engineer, North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) will engage our power professionals, challenging them to consider how the electrical testing industry will support higher levels of reliability and compliance as the electric sector transitions to the electrification of everything.

TECHNICAL TRAINING & SEMINARS

PowerTest24 offers five days of over 50 electrical power system training sessions to advance your knowledge.

Monday Technical Tracks:

·        Safety ·        Reliability ·        Transformer
·        Relay ·        Renewable Energy ·        Business Management

Monday Symposium: Do miss this in-depth session on NFPA 70B and its impact on the electrical power system maintenance industry

Monday New Product Forum: Get the inside scoop on over 25 new products and services. High-energy speed-demos will engage and leave you wanting to learn more at the PowerTest Trade Show.

Tuesday Panel Sessions:

·        Safety ·        Cables ·        Transformers ·        Relays

Wednesday Offsite Seminars: Join your colleagues in a unique training opportunity, touring facilities around the Dallas area. There are two routes to choose from, hosted by locally based NETA Accredited Companies and NETA Corporate Alliance Partners. Transportation Provided. Register for Wednesday sessions with a 4-day conference pass or just add Wednesday to your 2-Day pass.

Thursday Onsite Seminars: Choose from eight unique courses. These 4-hour detailed training sessions are excellent opportunities to earn CTDs or CEUs, as well as to learn what’s needed for advanced electrical testing certifications.

Friday Seminar: To complete your educational experience, don’t forget to enroll in the Doble Transformer Fundamentals full-day laboratory.

MEET AND GREET EVENTS

During the registration process at www.powertest.org, don’t forget to sign up for these events:

Pre-Conference Event:  On Sunday, Feb. 25, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. kick up your heels and immerse yourself in an unforgettable pre-conference experience at Gilley’s in Dallas!  This gathering is a fusion of music, food, and line dancing, and is open to all attendees. Tickets can be purchased for $150 per person during the registration process.

Hospitality Suites: On Monday, Feb. 26 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. in the West Wing, join Big Tex, friends and colleagues at the PowerTest hospitality suites for a salute to the Texas State Fair, held annually since 1886! Don’t miss midway games and activities, traditional taste delights, and more.

PowerBash: On Tuesday, Feb. 27 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Trinity Ballroom, join host A-Rent Test Equipment for an evening of awards and recognition. Registration is required for the big ‘ole Texas rodeo themed event, and the cost is $65 per person, including food, drinks and entertainment.

For more information or to register visit www.powertest.org  

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