About the AEIC™

Founded by Thomas Edison and his associates in 1885, AEIC is one of the oldest organizations in the electric energy industry.  AEIC encourages research and the exchange of technical information and best practices through a committee structure, developing specifications and guides, and focusing on finding solutions to problems of mutual concern to electric utilities, worldwide.  AEIC committees exchange information, ideas and solutions to succeed in the ever-changing electric industry.  AEIC committees include Power Generation, Power Delivery, Power Apparatus, Load Research & Analytics, Cable Engineering, Meter and Service and Customer Service.  AEIC also provides highly-valued literature including white papers on various topics, load research manuals and publications and underground cable specifications and guides. 

Latest News from the AEIC™

AEIC 132nd Annual Meeting Scheduled for October 12-14, 2016
The Breakers, Palm Beach, FL
(By invitation)

2016 AEIC Load Research & Analytics Events (Open Enrollment):

Load Research & Analytics Workshop (click to register)
April 17-20: Orlando, FL

Load Research & Analytics Fundamentals Course
May 3-6: New Orleans, LA

Load Research & Analytics Annual Conference
Late Summer Timeframe: TBD

Load Research & Analytics Advanced Course
November Timeframe: TBD

AEIC Partners with the Energy Storage Association

The AEIC is partnering with the Energy Storage Association to offer AEIC members 50% off of the registration to ESA’s 26th Annual Conference & EXPO, April 25-27 in Charlotte, NC. In addition to the reduced registration fee, AEIC members will receive free admission to the Expo Hall. For more information and to register, please visit: EnergyStorage.org/Conference
(or click on this paragraph).

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AEIC Membership

AEIC’s members are electric utilities, generating, transmitting and distributing companies — including investor-owned, federal, state cooperative and municipal systems — from within and outside the United States.  Associate members include organizations responsible for technical research and for promoting, coordinating and ensuring the reliability and efficient operation of the bulk power supply system. For more information about membership, contact the Executive Director at aeicdir@bellsouth.net.

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