The Boston Chapter of the Power and Energy Society consists of roughly 500 members including power engineering professionals, students, and associates in and around the Boston area. Our chapter provides high quality technical meetings and technical courses to our members and non-members alike. Some of the topics that have been covered recently in our technical meetings include Grid Modernization, Energy Markets, Substation Automation and Arc Flash Safety. We also offer CEU/PDH accredited courses for continuing education in topics such as Energy Storage, Microgrids, Distributed Generation, Symmetrical Components, Equipment Testing and Commissioning, and Distribution and Substation Engineering.
Award Winning Chapter
Our Chapter has been recognized thrice as the IEEE PES Outstanding Chapter Award (Large Chapter Category) worldwide. Our success has been a direct result of the hard work of our members who take time from their busy schedules to volunteer.
College students in the Boston area can attend the IEEE PES Boston Chapter courses for free. There are also several active Student Chapters in our area.
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About IEEE and PES
What is IEEE?
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
What is the IEEE Power & Energy Society?
The mission of IEEE Power & Energy Society is to be the leading provider of scientific and engineering information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society, and preferred professional development source of its members.