Sun Valley, Idaho | March 2–3, 2016


Recharge your career and your mind at the Power Delivery Design Conference in beautiful Sun Valley, Idaho, on March 2-3, 2016.
At one of America’s most famous and iconic ski resorts you’ll have a chance to learn from some of the best in the business. Presentations are technical and to the point. They cover a broad range of topics from the dirt to the skywires, from real life to the theoretical.
This year’s keynote speaker is Rudolph Wynter, president and COO of Federally Regulated Businesses at National Grid. National Grid is an international electricity and gas company that promotes the development and implementation of sustainable, innovative and affordable energy solutions. Other training and discussions will encompass overhead and underground transmission lines, electrical system studies and substations.
The Power Delivery Design Conference also is the perfect opportunity for you to earn professional development credits. POWER is an International Association for Continuing Education and Training authorized provider. You can earn up to 13 professional development hours (PDH) during the event.
Registration is $595, which covers all conference sessions, including meals, on March 2 and 3.Click here to register.

License renewal requirements vary greatly by state. It is your responsibility to verify whether the PDHs offered at the Power Delivery Design Conference qualify towards renewal in your state. Please check with the necessary state boards prior to enrolling in or attending training sessions.

Meet in the Mountains

When you’re not rubbing shoulders with those in the forefront of the industry, you can explore Sun Valley’s pristine mountain vistas, fresh powder turns, meticulously groomed Nordic trails, or ripping descents on some of America’s longest fall-line runs.

If you have different interests, you can delve into the thriving art scene, shop in Ketchum’s eclectic boutiques, and dine at charming local restaurants. And they’re all in walking distance of the conference site at the Sun Valley Inn, where lodging is also available.

Originally built in 1936 as America’s first destination ski retreat, the Sun Valley Resort has completed major renovations, updating guest rooms, lobby, restaurant and other amenities. The resort took the utmost care to maintain the character and essence of this magnificent historic building, originally designed by Stanley Underwood.

If you find yourself captured by the adventure of Sun Valley, you may want to consider extending your stay to experience all this historic town and its surrounding mountains have to offer. Learn more at Visit Sun Valley.



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