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A Webinar presentation by Tom Domitrovitch, VP Technical Sales for Eaton Corp., and a dynamic educator on all things related to the National Electric Code:
Tom Domitrovitch: ” A lot of meetings and educational programs have been cancelled including Eaton’s programs. I’m planning to take this time and put on a series of Web Seminars covering various topics. The first one is on Monday. Here is a link to information on this program: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/web-seminar-incident-energy-nec-2020-best-practices-domitrovich/
We may have to work remote and many educational seminars cancelled, but that doesn’t mean we can’t engineer new solutions.
If you have 2 hours to spend, spend it with me on Monday, May 23, 2020, and let’s see if this is a viable method to deliver technical content. Hopefully it’s the first of many I’ll be throwing out there.
Click the link above and if you want to join there is a registration link in there. If you register I’ll send you a meeting invite. If you want PDH certificates, you can indicate that in registration.”
Mr. Thomas A. Domitrovich is an Electrical Engineer within Eaton Corporation’s electrical group with experience in engineering, sales & marketing, business development and product management. Domitrovich is actively involved with various electrical industry organizations and most recently has focused on the continued growth of electrical safety. Mr. Domitrovich is an author with a wide range of trade magazine articles including columns in two industry trade magazines focused on electrical safety. He sits on NFPA Code Making Panel 2 for the continued development of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70). He is also on the NFPA committee for the continued development of NFPA 73 and chairs various committees for other electrical industry organizations. Mr. Domitrovich is a LEED® Accredited Professional, a licensed Professional Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Gannon University.
Due to the COVID-19 health emergency, IEEE PI2 Austin has taken the following steps:
After discussions with our speakers and Chapter Committee, we have POSTPONED the Energy Storage Workshop planned for March 18th (tomorrow).
We will follow the progress of the COVID-19 virus, and determine if we can reschedule the in-person workshop later this year, or if we can set up a virtual on-line workshop for those who have registered.
Watch for updates on our website or Facebook page (links above) or in our April Newsletter
We have also CANCELED our Technical Meeting: “The Role of Sector Coupling in Renewable Integration” with Dr. Ross Baldick, UT Austin planned for March 24th (next week). Preliminary discussions with Dr. Baldick indicate that we may not be able to reschedule this presentation this year. We will work to schedule for next year, however, if this year doesn’t work out.
Please stay in touch and stay safe, following the recommended or required social distancing and prevention recommendations as they continue to evolve. We do not need to have the number of deaths we had in the 2009 H1N1 (Swine) flu epidemic. See link below from a physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston to fully understand this outbreak.
SEPA (Smart Electric Power Alliance) Webinars:
“Smart Grid Ontology Framework” March 24 | 2:00PM EST
ON DEMAND WEBINAR: “Going from 0-60: How Utilities Can Prepare for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment”
Utility Dive: ‘An immediate and dramatic business concern’: How COVID-19 is disrupting the energy sector’ https://www.utilitydive.com/news/an-immediate-and-dramatic-business-concern-how-covid-19-is-disrupting-th/574262/
Energy@UT News: UT Energy Symposium (Check for cancelations)
Every Tuesday 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm
Avaya Auditorium (POB 2.302)
More details: https://energy.utexas.edu/education/energy-symposium
The UT Energy Symposium meets on Tuesdays during the spring 2020 semester.Free and open to the public; no RSVP required.