NETA Releases Collection of Informative, Downloadable Presentations From PowerTest 2016 Trade Show

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NETA, the InterNational Electrical Testing Association, shares over a dozen technical presentations from the PowerTest 2016 Spotlight Stage as free downloads.

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The Corporate Alliance Partnership Program recognizes a select group of industry leaders that continue to support the work of NETA in advancing electrical power industry standards.

NETA, the InterNational Electrical Testing Association, has released a collection of informative Spotlight Stage presentations from the PowerTest 2016 Trade Show held in Fort Worth, Texas, this March. The insights and best practices shared by NETA’s Corporate Alliance Partners (CAP) are available as free downloads at Examples of available CAP presentations include:

  • A Guided Workflow Approach to Transformer Diagnostic Testing — OMICRON
  • How Important is Electrical Equipment Maintenance? — AVO Training Institute
  • High Definition Commissioning — Comrent International
  • In-Service Partial Discharge Testing: The Right Tool at the Right Time — Doble
  • Advancing Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Retrofit Protection Technology — Utility Relay Company
  • Moisture in Insulation and Transformer Dryout — Weidmann
  • Battery Testing Technologies — Protec Equipment Resources
  • TRAX Transformer and Substation Test System — Megger
  • Product Innovation: A New Smaller Lighter CT Tester — Intellirent
  • Find Out What Your Micro Ohmmeter is Missing! — SMC International
  • News on Molded Case and Insulated Case Switchgear — BCS Switchgear

The NETA Corporate Alliance Partnership Program is a way for all facets of the electrical power industry to align more efficiently around safety initiatives to better serve clients' needs. NETA's vision for the NETA Corporate Alliance Program is to create opportunities for exchanging information, ideas, and strategies across subsets of the electrical power systems industry.

When asked what the Corporate Alliance Partnership Program means to the Association, Jim Cialdea, NETA’s Alliance Committee Chair, said, “In 2017, NETA will celebrate its 45th anniversary. All along the way, industry suppliers have been an invaluable support to NETA Accredited Companies and to NETA’s mission and vision. The Corporate Alliance Partnership Program recognizes a select group of companies — leaders in their individual industry segments — that continue to support the work of NETA in advancing electrical power industry standards.”

Electrical power systems professionals will have another opportunity to hear a group of CAP presentations firsthand at PowerTest 2017, when over 1,000 participants gather February 27- March 3, 2017, at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California.

This premier electrical maintenance and safety event gives attendees the opportunity to advance their professional development and knowledge on the most relevant industry topics. PowerTest 2017 offers numerous ways to cultivate business relationships, develop cutting-edge skills, exchange ideas, and influence the future of the electrical power systems industry. Attendees participate in technical presentations, interactive panel sessions, a symposium led by a team of experts, the New Product Forum, and in-depth post-conference seminars.

NETA urges attendees to save $100 by taking advantage of the Early Bird Registration for PowerTest 2017, which opens September 1, 2016, at

Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are available for companies seeking leadership visibility at the event. NETA’s industry partners are encouraged to reserve exhibit space and confirm sponsorships as soon as possible. Inquiries should be directed to Laura McDonald at 269-488-6382 or lmcdonald(at)netaworld(dot)org.

NETA is an ANSI Accredited standards developing organization that creates and maintains standards on electrical testing for electrical power equipment and systems. NETA is an association of leading electrical testing companies comprised of visionaries committed to advancing the industry standards for power system installation and maintenance to ensure the highest level of reliability and safety.

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