Registration Open for 2005/2006 IEEE PES Transmission and Distribution Conference & Expo

01/26/2006


Transmission and distribution professionals throughout the world who are interested in attending the 2005/2006 IEEE PES Transmission and Distribution Conference & Exposition, May 21-24, 2006, in Dallas, Texas can now register online at the conference and exposition website at www.ieeet-d.org .

Complete information about the technical and business program; in-depth educational and knowledge-building conference sessions; networking opportunities; the exposition and product technology is now available online. Attendees are encouraged to register and to make their hotel reservations early.

The 2005/2006 conference and exposition promises to be the most exciting and informative ever. In the new millennium, power-delivery professionals are faced with unprecedented change and opportunity that has created a whole new set of challenges. Coming to grips with those challenges demands specific information, knowledge and expertise about the critical issues that must be confronted.

Through individually-crafted plenary and super sessions, business and technical paper presentations, and group panel discussions, the IEEE PES business and technical program examines technical and business solutions, methods, and procedures for operating and maintaining power-delivery systems at peak levels.

Those interested should contact customer service with questions at 866-878-0740 or 708-486-0740 or visit www.ieeet-d.org .





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