Plant Management Institute
The Plant Management Institute (PMI) is a network of electric power industry leaders dedicated to creating a forum and peer support network for knowledge transfer among the industry’s plant management. The 2017 Plant Management Institute Meeting Agenda is still being finalized by the Board of Directors (listed below), so check back again soon for specific session details.
Monday, April 10, 2017 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
PMI Creates a Forum for:
Honing Leadership skills
Building Community Collaboration
Investing in Human Capital
Building a Successful Team
Sharing Lessons Learned
Sharing Best Practices
Strengthening Your Network
The PMI Annual Meeting is designed to be an interactive discussion of issues and concerns common to all types of generating plants, regardless of prime mover or fuel. The format is organized around a group of key issues with a panel of industry experts to facilitate discussion; however, the emphasis will be on the participants’ sharing of methods, concerns, lessons learned, and accomplishments. Check the Conference tab for meeting specifics.
*Plant Management Institute is free to Plant Managers already registered for ELECTRIC POWER and limited to Plant Managers, Supervisors and staff moving into management roles.
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The Plant Management Institute Annual Meeting is a hands-on forum facilitated by members of the PMI Board of Directors:
Members of the Board of Directors Include:
Chairman: Mark Nagel, PE, Plant Manager-Shawville Generation Station ,NRG Energy
Clifford Carnes, PE, Plant Manager. Clifty Creek,Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corp.
Jeff Fassett, President, IEM Energy Consultants
Maria Lauck, Regional Director of Generation Operations, Alliant Energy
Greg Long, VP AES Strategic Equipment Holding Corporation,The AES Corporation
Dave Strubberg, Director, Labadie Energy Center, Ameren Missouri
Joe VonDerHaar, Plant Manager, East Kentucky Power Cooperative Inc. [EKPC]
Phillip Webster, Project Manager Asset Management, Black & Veatch Corporation