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Programs & Events


2014 August

  • Switchgear Section Meeting (8SG)
    8/4/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Regular meeting of the section to review projects and tasks related to industry programs, technical committee, government relations, etc.
  • Low Voltage Surge Protective Devices (5VS) Section, Technical, Task Force and Industry Development Committee Meetings
    8/4/2014 to 8/7/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Review current projects, action items and reports of technical committee and section related activities. Review NEMA strategic initiatives and align section activities with strategic initiatives.August 4: 5VS Standards Development TF (MacFadden)August 5: 5VS Technical Committee (MacFadden)August 6: 5VS IDC (Griffith)August 7: 5VS Section (Griffith)
  • NIST Cybersecurity Workshop
    8/11/2014 to 8/12/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    This workshop is the first face-to-face meeting of the new NIST Cyber-Physical Systems Public Working Group (CPS PWG) which is one of the topic areas directly related to the new NEMA guidelines for cybersecurity best practices.
  • Low Voltage Distribution Equipment (5LVDE) Section Meeting
    8/12/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Annual meeting of the section to review and revise as necessary section tasks and goals. The section will also review the budget.
  • United States National Committee of the International Electrotechnical Commission System for Certification to Standards Relating to Equipment
    8/13/2014 to 8/14/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Prepare international delegates for the 2014 IECEx Management Committee Meeting.
  • US TAG to IEC/SC 22H, Power Electronics Section and Battery Charger Committee
    8/19/2014 to 8/22/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Annual meeting of the section to review NEMA activities and current activities of the Section. It will begin the process of developing a 2015 Section budget and electing a new chair and vice chair. SC 22H meet to develop US comments to IEC safety standard for uninterruptible power systems. Battery Charger Committee will review activity for revision of NEMA utility-type battery charger ...
  • Steel Conduit an Electrical Metallic Tubing (5RN) Section and Technical Meeting
    8/20/2014 to 8/21/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Semi-annual meeting of the Section and Technical Committee to evaluate progress of section and techincal activities and conduct strategic planning for 2015 and beyond. The group also meets in conjuncton with the Steel Tube Institute
  • Insulating Materials (6IM) Section Meeting
    8/28/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA

2014 September

  • Council for Harmonization of Electrotechnical Standards of the Nations in the Americas
    9/3/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    The Council for Harmonization of Electrotechnical Standards of the Nations in the Americas will meet to approve the 2015 budget, nominate officers for 2015, continue planning for the 2015 AGM and receive reports from Operations, Communications and ambassadors at large.
  • Fuse (5FU) Section, Technical, CANENA THC32 and USNC/IEC SC32B TAG Meetings
    9/10/2014 to 9/12/2014 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    Annual Fuse Section meetings consist of the section, technical, IEC US TAG and CANENA Harmonization meetings.

2014 November

  • NEMA's 88th Annual Meeting, Illuminations Weekend: Where Leaders and Ideas Meet
    11/7/2014 to 11/8/2014 | Meeting Organizer:
    NEMA's 88th Annual Meeting, Illuminations Weekend: Where Leaders and Ideas Meet will be held at The Grand Del Mar in San Diego, CA.

2015 February

  • 2015 Annual General Meeting of the Council for Harmonization of Electrotechnical Standards of the Nations in the Americas
    2/25/2015 to 2/26/2015 | Meeting Organizer: NEMA
    The 23nd General Meeting of the CANENA Council will take place in San Jose, Costa Rica February 25-26, 2015. The 2015 meeting program will focus on the state of electrotechnical standardization in the Costa Rica and will enable us to relate what we've learned over the past three-years to truly put regional standards cooperation into a global context.