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EMC to Host Two Webcasts on December 9 – Live-Front to Dead-Front Pad-Mounted Switchgear Transitions and Medium Voltage Grid-Tie Switchgear Solutions for the Solar Industry

by | Dec 7, 2020

 

Electro-Mechanical Corporation (EMC) is pleased to announce that the company will be hosting two 30-minute live webcasts this week – one will focus on medium voltage grid-tie switchgear solutions for the solar industry and the other will focus on live-front to dead-front pad-mounted switchgear transitions. Highlights of these two timely digital events, which will take place on Wednesday, December 9, are as follows:

EMC Webcast: What Every Utility Professional Should Know About Transitioning from Live-Front to Dead-Front Pad-Mounted Switchgear, Date: Wednesday, December 9, Time: 11:00 am – 11:30 am EST

CLAIM MY SPOT NOW FOR LIVE-FRONT TO DEAD-FRONT PAD-MOUNTED SWITCHGEAR TRANSITIONS!

Over the last two or three decades, the utility industry and associated Commercial/Industrial projects have seen a major evolution from live-front to dead-front switchgear. Why has this happened? And is this the right path for every organization?

In EMC’s upcoming webcast, “What Every Utility Professional Needs to Know About Transitioning from Live-Front to Dead-Front Pad-Mounted Switchgear,” featured speaker Chris Ambrose, Switchgear Product Manager at EMC, will provide an overview of both live-front and dead-front designs. He will also examine the process of transitioning from one method to another and will weigh the advantages of doing so.

FEATURED SPEAKER:

Chris Ambrose, Switchgear Product Manager at Electro-Mechanical Corporation

Attendees will also log out with these key takeaways:

  • Reliability advantages of transitioning from live-front to dead-front pad-mounted switchgear
  • Tips for managing the transition to dead-front switchgear
  • And additional considerations when transitioning between live-front and dead-front

REGISTER TODAY FOR LIVE-FRONT TO DEAD-FRONT PAD-MOUNTED SWITCHGEAR TRANSITIONS!

EMC Webcast: Choosing Padmount Over Poles – What Consulting Engineers and EPCs Need to Know About Medium Voltage Grid-Tie Switchgear Solutions for The Solar Industry, Date: Wednesday, December 9, Time: 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST

CLAIM MY SPOT NOW FOR MEDIUM VOLTAGE GRID-TIE SWITCHGEAR SOLUTIONS FOR THE SOLAR INDUSTRY!

With the expectation that total installed U.S. PV capacity is expected to more than double over the next five years according to Forbes Magazine, more homes and businesses will be powered by solar than ever before. For this reason, it’s vital that professionals within the construction and engineering industries stay in the know about efficient, appealing ways to tie solar setups to the grid.

In EMC’s upcoming webcast, “Choosing Padmount Over Poles – What Consulting Engineers and EPCs Need to Know About Medium Voltage Grid -Tie Switchgear Solutions for The Solar Industry,” featured speakers Kent Jones P.E., Principal Engineer at EMC, and Thomas J Streeter, Director of C&I and Utility Sales at EMC, will present tips for bettering clients’ solar and wind farm setups with the company’s new line of switchgear and energy storage options.

FEATURED SPEAKERS:

Kent Jones, Principal Engineer at Electro-Mechanical Corporation

Thomas J Streeter, Director of C&I and Utility Sales Electro-Mechanical Corporation

Attendees will also log out with these important takeaways:

  • How to maximize EMC’s speedy delivery to meet deadlines
  • How to clean and declutter entry points with underground Federal Pacific padmount gear metal enclosures
  • How to simplify installation and equipment setup with all-in-one drop-in solutions
  • And how to meet and maximize project budgets by paying only for what is needed

REGISTER TODAY FOR MEDIUM VOLTAGE GRID-TIE SWITCHGEAR SOLUTIONS FOR THE SOLAR INDUSTRY!

Electro-Mechanical Corporation (EMC) is a global leader in developing and manufacturing technologies used for electrical power distribution and control. The company’s three divisions — Federal Pacific, Line Power and Electric Motor Repair – are committed to providing our customers, coworkers and community with relentless innovation, unmatched quality and unparalleled customer service. By acting with honesty, integrity and a sense of urgency, we pledge to remain independent, sustain profitable growth and deliver excellence in all we do. One of the U.S.’s largest privately held, family-owned manufacturers of electrical apparatus, EMC encompasses nearly one million square feet of modern manufacturing facilities located in Virginia, Tennessee and Mexico. For more information, visit www.electro-mechanical.com.

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