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The Information Source for Electrical Power Professionals
Welcome to ElectricNet, the most convenient and comprehensive source of information covering the electric power industry from transmission through the end user. Topics covered on ElectricNet include engineering, design, construction, startup, operations, maintenance, testing, training, safety, automation, power marketing, energy services convergence, deregulation, restructuring, power trading, emissions trading, alternative energy sources, transmission and distribution legislation… and more.
ElectricNet is designed to serve the needs of a diverse community of power professionals including utility engineering and operations personnel; industrial plant electrical system maintenance and engineering personnel; service company engineers and technicians; consulting engineers; technical buyers and purchasing agents; surplus equipment dealers; power marketers and energy traders. Thousands use the site daily-- there were 118,471 user sessions in November 1999.
On ElectricNet, industry professionals will find information about a wide range of products and services involving switchgear, substations, cables, line hardware, transformers, circuit breakers, SCADA, AMR, AM/FM/GIS, DSM, EMS, test equipment, measuring instruments, training, safety, testing, maintenance; automation, online monitoring, power quality, energy trading, power marketing and much, much more.
The Buyers Guide alone includes the products and services of over 4,000 companies listed in more than 1,700 categories. A full time editor and contributing columnists provide the latest news and industry developments.
The site is interactive, allowing users to seek out and contact sources of supply via the buyers guide; exchange ideas in real time via chat or discussion forums; post or respond to requests for quotations or proposals; purchase relevant books, videos and cds; download software; and participate in equipment auctions.
Additionally, there's a career center where those looking for new employment opportunities can locate potential employers; a calendar of industry conferences and exhibitions; and directories of industry organizations, associations and publications.
Please take a moment to join our community -- it's free, and will only take a couple of minutes. Once you've done so, you'll have complete access to all areas of ElectricNet; and further more, your information will be stored for use on all future visits to the site. Our policy is to respect and protect the privacy of our users; and we will not willfully disclose individually identifiable information about you to any third party without first receiving your permission
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