Exposing students at an early age to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics activities has been considered an important factor in influencing…
From the Editor
The resurgence of power engineering on campuses as a result of cutting edge of technology opens exhilarating and sobering possibilities.
Education in electric power and energy engineering is rapidly changing in all arenas, from K–12 preparation to college to continuing education.
As global population continues to grow and concurrent energy use continues to climb, it is crucial for college campuses to greatly reduce their overall demand for energy.
The electric power delivery stem was designated by the U.S. National Academy of Engineering as the leading engineering development of the 20th century.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), “Smart grid generally refers to a class of technology people are using to bring utility electricity delivery into the 21st century…
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Leader’s CornerRead more
As PES president, it is great to have two years to work with PES volunteers and staff to help move the Society forward…
William Wilgus, Chairman of the Electric Traction Commission (ETC), which planned and supervised the early 1900s electrification of Grand Central Terminal in New York City..
Society NewsRead more
The fourth week of July has become an important time for the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES)…
The IEEE Power & Energy Society website features a meetings section, which includes calls for papers and…
In My ViewRead more
Once upon a time, getting off the grid usually meant isolationists and survivalists trying to live without any kind of interaction with society…
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