T&D World Magazine

Conference Covers Metering Practices and Technology

The 2009 Southeastern Meter School and Conference, being held March 16-19 at the Hotel at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, is sponsored by the Southeastern Meter Technical Association and held in cooperation with Utility Technology Association.

The school provides a forum for electric utility meter personnel to discuss metering practices, procedures, new technologies, and common problems with peers and representatives from industry. The school is open to anyone interested and involved in these areas.

Training and hands-on learning opportunities are provided in each of five modules. The modules are tailored to instruct utility professionals at all levels of experience. Participants can attend any class from any module Instructors from electric utility municipals, cooperatives, IOU’s, consultants and manufacturers will be sharing their knowledge and expertise.

  • Module 100: Introductory Metering
  • Module 200: Advanced Metering
  • Module 300: Hands on Meter Testing & Safety
  • Module 400: Communications
  • Module 500: Computer Applications & Hands on Programming

Students can attend all four days for $295 or attend just one day for $130. Exhibitors should obtain registration information on the school website.

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