Minnesota Power Systems Conference
Use the online registration when registering a single person, or a single person with up to one guest, and paying with a credit card. After registering online you will receive “Registration Confirmation” and “Receipt” e-mails from firstname.lastname@example.org (you may want to check your Spam folder if you don’t see these in your Inbox).
Use the paper registration form when registering an attendee with more than one guest or someone other than yourself, or if you need to have the registration fee billed to your organization.
The fee for the conference is $375 if received by October 18; if received after October 18 the fee is $425. The conference fee includes all sessions, continental breakfasts, luncheons, refreshments breaks, and the exhibitor reception. If you cancel your registration by October 31 a refund, minus $30, will be issued. If you cancel after this date you will not be eligible for a refund.
Exhibitor registration is located on the Exhibitor Information page.
Special room rates have been negotiated with the following hotels:
Intercontinental Saint Paul Riverfront, 11 Kellogg Boulvard E, Saint Paul, MN, 651-292-1900 - nightly room rate $160 plus tax.
Holiday Inn Saint Paul Downtown, 175 West 7th Street, Saint Paul, MN, 651-225-1515 - nightly room rate $129 plus tax.
The Saint Paul Hotel, 350 Market Street, Saint Paul, MN, 651-292-9292 - nightly room rate $179 plus tax.
To receive the special conference rate, please identify yourself as a participant of the Minnesota Power Systems Conference. The special conference rate will be available until October 6, 2016, or as rooms are available. Participants are responsible for making their own lodging reservations. The room reservation blocks are limited: we strongly encourage you to make your room reservations as soon as possible.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
This conference provides electric utility engineers and consultants the opportunity to stay abreast of today’s power system technology. The conference emphasizes the unique challenges faced by electric utilities in the Midwest. The conference also serves as a forum for power engineers to meet with their colleagues from other utilities to discuss mutual concerns. Concurrent sessions include substations, utility industry futures, delivery systems, project management, relaying, distribution automation/communications, and power generation.
Earn 15 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for attending this program.
IEEE, Power and Energy Society, Twin Cities Chapter