by , on March 6, 2018
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Here are two opportunities for you to make your voice heard concerning the 2022 National Electric Safety Code.

Attend the Workshop

The NESC Change Proposal Development Workshop on April 10-11, 2018, will be an open forum. The workshop will include both speaker and round table formats. Key draft change proposals developed by NESC Subcommittees, Working Groups and Task Forces will be previewed and discussed.

Submit your Proposal

The deadline for submitting change proposals to the next edition of the NESC is July 16, 2018.

Interested in Attending the Workshop?

Venue: The Hilton DeSoto, Savannah, Georgia

Use Group Code NES to book your stay at the discounted rate. Register before March 10 to take advantage of a $100 discount on your registration.

Preliminary Program

Day 1: Tuesday, 8:30am – 5:00pm, followed by a Networking Social

General Session: Welcome

Keynote Session: Commissioner Tim Echols, Georgia Public Service Commission

Session: Wired Ethernet Evolution and Powering the Internet of Things (IoT)

Session: Evolution to 5G

Session: A National Approach to Joint Use

Session:  NESC Subcommittee 4, Overhead Lines-Clearances: Working Group Draft Change Proposals

Session: NESC Subcommittee 5, Overhead Lines-Strength & Loading: Working Group Draft Change Proposals (CPs)

Tutorial: What Makes for a Successful Change Proposal?

Session: NESC Processes: Membership and Fast Track

Session: Ongoing EPRI T&D Research

Session: NESC Subcommittee 8: Work Rules Working Group Draft Change Proposals (CPs)

Round Table Networking: NESC Subcommittees 4, 5, and 8 Working Group Draft Change Proposals/Topics

Networking Social 

Day 2: Wednesday, 8:30am – 3:00 pm (conclusion)

Keynote: Danny W. Lindsey, Senior Vice President, Power Delivery, GeorgiaPower

Session: NESC Distributed Generation Task Force Draft Change Proposals

Session: Advances in Utility-Scale PV Plants: Key Lessons Learned

Session: NESC Subcommittee 3, Electric Supply Stations: Working Group Draft Change Proposals (CPs)

Session: Energy Storage and Stationery Battery Change Proposals

Round Table Networking: NESC Distributed Generation TF, Energy Storage & Stationery Battery, Solar/PV

Session: NEC-NESC Collaboration Status and NEC 2020 Public Inputs of Merit

Session: Storm Performance

Session: Additional Storm Performance Perspectives

Session: The “R” Word: Resiliency

Download the Preliminary Program. 

Tentative Agenda

A tentative agenda is online and subject to change. Take a look.


Hugh Hoagland
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Hugh Hoagland is the foremost tester of clothing and PPE exposed to electrical arcs and is an arc flash expert. Read more about Hugh.

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