At their November meeting, the IEEE SA Standards Board formally approved new ICC Policies and Procedures for Standards Development.
The process of updating the ICC P&P has been a multi-year project, that updates our P&P to be in line with current IEEE SA requirements, but there is still more work to be done. […]
With the new year, we welcome a new slate of ICC Officers! Welcome to new ICC Chair Henk Geene and Vice Chair/Treasurer Art Maldonado!
As we thank Rusty Bascom for his last two years as Chair, his duties are not finished yet as he will serve as Immediate Past Chair for the next two years. […]
The Fall 2019 meeting saw the recognition of a number of ICC members for their presentations at the Spring 2019 meeting, and for there service as Chairs and Vice Chairs. Please take a minute to congratulate all those who were honored this fall. Linked Here.
Working Group C11W will be meeting Tuesday, October 22, from 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM. There meeting will include the following presentation:
Update on Cigre Working Group B1.65, Installation of submarine cables
An update of the status from the Cigre B1.65 is given. The use of submarine cables is becoming more and more widespread. […]
The Fall 2019 Agenda was updated on October 2, and linked here.
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Discussion Group A06D on Accelerated Electrical Aging will be meeting on Monday, October 21, from 10:30 AM to 12:15 PM. They currently have two presentations lined up:
Performance of joints in wet environment by Nigel Hampton
Prequalification Test of Extruded HVDC 525-kV-Underground Cable Systems by S. Pöhler
The September/October edition of the IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine features a lead editorial by our own Harry Orton! The magazine is a publication of the Dielectrics & Electrical Insulation Society, and the entire edition is dedicated to cable insulation. Take a moment to find a copy and take a read.
The Tuesday morning Training Session will feature a presentation on Engineering Ethics. CEU’s will be available for those that register and attend.
Topic: Engineering ethics
presentations typically involve a recital of the regulations and laws
pertaining to the engineering profession (usually read directly from an
overcrowded screen full of text). Not only do these lectures bore me, but
The ICC Fall 2019 Newsletter is now available! Please take a moment to read up on what is going on at the ICC. And most importantly when you are finished reading, please share it with other’s in your company to spread the word about the importance of the work done at the […]