What You Need to Know.

Sun Valley, Idaho | March 2–3, 2016


Frequently asked questions about the annual conference.

How can I obtain copies of the presentations?

Some presentations will be available for download via POWER’s FileShare site after the conference. On Friday, March 6, attendees will receive an email notification from notify@fileshare.powereng.com with a link to access and download the PDFs. Please be sure and check your spam filter if you do not see your notification. Only those speakers who have agreed to distribute their presentations will make their PDFs available for download.

Can my spouse attend the dinners?

If you are a client or guest at the conference, your spouse may attend the dinners. You will find that sign-up option in the registration form. We apologize, but spouses of POWER employees may not attend.

How do I receive my PDH credits?

Certificates will be available through POWER Engineers. Within seven days following the conference, POWER’s training department will issue your certificate via email. Please watch for a notification from POWER’s training administrator, Sumi Sankaran-Deal.

In order to qualify for PDH credits, you must sign in to every session. If you do not sign in and we do not have a record of your attendance, you will not receive credit for that session.

P.E. license renewals vary greatly from state to state. We highly encourage you to verify whether the PDHs offered at the Power Delivery Design Conference qualify towards renewal in your particular state. Please check with the necessary state boards prior to enrolling in or attending training sessions.

What is your photo policy?

POWER Engineers, Inc. (“POWER”) will take photographs at the 2016 PDDC to reproduce and to distribute in POWER educational, news, or promotional materials and other POWER publications, whether in print, electronic or other media, including the PDDC website. By participating in the PDDC you permit POWER to use, reproduce, and distribute photographs taken of you for such purposes and waive any legal right you might have to pursue any cause of action against POWER related to such photographs.

If you have any concerns regarding the use of photographs taken of you at the PDDC, or wish to notify POWER that you do not want your photograph(s) used by POWER, please contact Elise Wishlow before March 1, 2016.