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This Workshop will continue to build on the foundation laid at the 2015 NESC Summit, and will focus on future requirements for the NESC as it embarks on its second century of electrical safety. In addition to major changes to the NESC 2017 Edition, topics such as Distributed Energy Resources (DER), wind and solar generation, microgrids, wind loads, and resiliency will be discussed with both speaker and round table discussion formats. Check out the Preliminary Program.

With your participation, you can help drive the future direction of the NESC.

 

2016 NESC Workshop Presentations

Opening & Welcome
Presentation Nelson G. Bingel III, NESC Chairman

Session: Renewable and Emerging Generation Technology Overview
Presentation Greg Ball, SolarCity
Lee Kraemer, First Solar

Session 1: Introduction to the National Electrical Safety Code
Session 2: Definitions of Special Terms
Session 3: References and Appendix E, Bibliography
Presentations Charles Bleakley, Chair, Subcommittee 1

Section 9, Grounding Methods
Presentation Lauren E. Gaunt, P.E., NESC Subcommittee 2, Member

Major Changes in the 2017 NESC for Part 1 - Electric Supply Stations
Presentation David J. Marne, P.E., Marne and Associates, Inc.

NESC 2017 Changes Subcommittee 4 Clearances
Presentation Eric Engdahl, Chairman SC4
Mickey Gunter, Secretary SC4

NESC Subcommittee 5, Changes to the 2017 NESC
Presentation Joseph Rempe

Part 3: Safety Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Underground Electric Supply and Communication Lines
Presentation Charles Bleakley, Chair, Subcommittee 7

NESC Workshop 2017 Revisions to Part 4 (Work Rules)
Presentation Sam Stonerock

Session: TVA's Grid Resiliency Direction
Presentation Clayton Clem, Tennessee Valley Authority, VP Transmission Engineering

Session: The NEC and NESC, Partners for a Safer Tomorrow
Presentation Michael J. Johnston, NECA, Chairman NESC Correlating Committee
Nelson G. Bingel III, NESC, Chairman

Session: Microgrids: Back to the Future?
Presentation Michael J. Hyland, PE, Senior VP - Engineering Services, American Public Power Association

Session: Micogrid Development in Connecticut
Presentation Lauren E. Gaunt, P.E., Principal Engineer Eversource Energy

Session: Sustaining the NESC Through Strategic Change
Presentation R. John Miner, P.E., President, Collaborative Learning, Inc.

Session: Impact of Electronically Coupled Generation of the Electric Grid
Presentation John Kotula, Engineer III, System Protection Engineering, Dominion Virginia Power

Session: Solar Farms: design & construction, Impacts to utility distribution systems
Presentation John W. Gajda, P.E., Duke Energy, Manager, DER Operations Support

Click here for the 2015 NESC Summit Presentations