Event Profile

Engineering Webinar Series: Storm Hardening – Best Practices

Date(s):
December 8, 2020
Venue:
Online
Online
Vancouver, WA 98662 
Description:

Who Should Attend:

Engineering personnel and others who would benefit from an understanding of current electric utility engineering principles and practices.

Related Webinars:

Engineering Webinar Series: All 12 Webinars, January 7 - December 8, 2020 (Includes discount)

Webinar Overview:

The industry is moving from reliability to resiliency where resiliency defines how quickly a system recovers from a major event. Although storm hardening of the entire system may not be practical, focused storm hardening for key structures is both effective and economical. The webinar will present best practices used throughout the industry to harden key structures or segments of line which will aid in faster restoration of the system. The webinar will discuss best practices for different types of events (flood, wind, ice, etc.) and how these practices create cost-effective means for resiliency.

Webinar Instructor:

Hi-Line Engineering

Webinar Schedule:

All webinars in this series will begin at 8 a.m. Pacific Time and will last approximately 90 minutes. Instructions will be emailed to each registered individual on the day before the webinar.

Note: A webinar recording will be available to registrants after the live webinar.

Webinar Fees:

Individual Attendee Registration:

    This webinar - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $100

    All 12 webinars - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $900

    (Please visit Engineering Webinar Series: All 12 Webinars to register for the complete series and receive the above discounted rate.)

Unlimited Attendee Registration*:

    This webinar - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $250

    All 12 webinars - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $2,250

    (Please visit Engineering Webinar Series: All 12 Webinars to register for the complete series and receive the above discounted rate.)

*If your organization would like to send multiple attendees to this webinar or the full series, please contact Dale Mayuiers at (360) 816-1448 or dale@nwppa.org for further details.

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