Keynote Address Symposium –Electrical Incident Reviews and Case Studies Symposium: What Can We Learn?
Paper Tracks – Safety, Equipment, Reliability, Transformers, and Relays
Panel Sessions – Electrical Safety, Relays, Cables, and Transformers Trade Show
Who Should Attend?
All Electrical Professionals Field Service Technicians Inspectors, Utility Associates Project Managers/Developers, Engineers, Government Personnel, Reliability Specialists,Trainers, Thermographers, Wind Energy Professionals
What Will PowerTest Offer You?
Opportunities to build relationships and establish valuable contacts with leading industry professionals
Access to knowledge, examples, and case studies that have a direct impact on your profession
Educational training and insight through keynote events, paper tracks, panel sessions, and symposiums
Interaction with manufacturers and suppliers presenting the latest state-of-the-art products and services at the Trade Show
Technical tools and resources that can be immediately applied within your field
POWERTEST TRADE SHOW AND LUNCHEON
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Noon - 5:30 PM
Presenting the Best in the Electrical Power Industry!
While at the show enjoy a complimentary, buffet-style lunch and refreshments from 12:00 - 5:30 PM.
Why Exhibit with NETA?
Target Audience NETA hosts the only conference targeted directly at the electrical testing industry.
Premium Time No competing events or concurrent sessions. No standing around waiting for your window of opportunity - four hours of prime time with attendees!
Leads Key industry players on both sides of the floor. The best-of-the-best in exhibitors and a gold mine of business development prospects.
• Improve awareness of your organization
• Create new leads
• Establish or strengthen brands
• Launch new products
• Attract potential clients
• Strengthen and renew relationships with existing contacts/customers
• Meet with existing and potential suppliers
• Launch new concepts, products, and services through the New Product Forum
• Provide opportunities for feedback and test public opinion
The mission of the InterNational Electrical Testing Association is to serve the electrical testing industry by establishing standards, publishing specifications, accrediting independent, third-party testing companies, certifying test technicians, and promoting the professional services of its members. The Association also collects and disseminates information and data of value to the electrical industry and educates the public and end user about the merits of electrical acceptance and maintenance testing.
NETA is an association of leading electrical testing companies comprised of visionaries who are committed to advancing the industry's standards for power system installation and maintenance to ensure the highest level of reliability and safety.
Inspire High Performance, LLC
Bob McCall is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and an avid Steelers fan. Heattended Tuskegee University and majored in Building Construction Technology.
Bob worked 10 years with Bechtel Power Corporations in construction, maintenance, and operations of nuclear power plants and eight years for Alliant Entergy in Iowa at the Duane Arnold Energy Center. Bob became the first African American Plant Manager when he was hired by Progress Energy to serve the Lee Plant in Goldsboro, North Carolina. One year later, he was promoted to General Manager for the EasternRegion Fossil Generation Department. In that role, he was responsible for five plants, traveling maintenance, engineering, and project management. Bob had the opportunity to leave Generation and support the TransmissionDepartment as General Manager of Asset Management. He also served in Distribution as the General Manager of the Southern Region as well as the Vice President of the Eastern Region in Energy Delivery for Progress Energy where he was responsible for 13 operation centers, serving 350,000 customers.
After 33 years in the industry, Bob retired from Duke Energy as General Manager of Fleet Services where he was responsible for managing over 13,000 vehicles and mobile equipment valued at over $600 million, operating in six states with 58 locations.
Bob is author of Zero Accidents and Injuries: Are You Willing to Pay the Price? Currently, he is President of Inspire High Performance, LLC where he follows his true passion of helping companies and organizations build a culture of high performance where all can work at their top potential every day, thus preventing injuries, saving lives, recognizing errors, and improving processes.
Additional activities and interests include public speaking to youth and men's groups, and volunteering with many charities and civic groups. Bob's motto is: "Make a difference everywhere you go."