Ampirical team members will be attending and exhibiting at the RMEL Spring Management, Engineering and Operations Conference from May 20-22 in Phoenix, AZ.
The Spring Management, Engineering and Operations Conference has been a tradition since the Rocky Mountain Electric League’s early beginnings. Known for providing outstanding continuing education and networking opportunities, this conference is a must attend event for engineering, operations and management personnel in the electric energy industry. With 30 presentations, this conference covers issues in generation, transmission, distribution, safety, customer service, human resources and other management topics.
Among the topics covered:
- EPC and Alternative Contracting Models-What Really Drives Success
- Electricity’s Growing Role in the US Energy System
- The Evolving Grid
- Aligning Asset Management with Long Term System Planning
Exhibiting this year at table #27, our team members are looking forward to highlighting how Ampirical is bringing technology to the power industry. With expert-level staff on hand, it is a great time not only to familiarize yourself with our offerings, but also to start a discussion on how our engineering expertise can deliver power-ful solutions. Meetings may be arranged with Ampirical’s National Sales Manager, Dave Mitchell, via email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (985) 809-5252.
About the Conference
The Spring Management, Engineering and Operations Conference attracts over 300 management as well as engineering and operations personnel from the many electric energy companies (utilities) and supplier and service companies that are members of RMEL. Utilities of all types of ownership participate including IOU, G&T, municipal, cooperative, and others. Companies from outside RMEL’s membership will also be in attendance.
RMEL is a not-for-profit energy trade association that has served the electric utility industry with a variety of education and networking services since 1903. Dedicated to fostering a thriving community of electric energy professionals, RMEL’s 300 corporate members share ideas, techniques and programs to better serve the industry and its customers. Lobbying is not part of RMEL’s mission. The association is only focused on education for utility personnel.