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About the Power & Energy Magazine

About the Power & Energy Magazine

Launched in 2003, the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) has published IEEE Power & Energy Magazine, a bimonthly magazine dedicated to disseminating information on all matters of interest to electric power engineers and other professionals involved in the electric power industry. Feature articles focus on advanced concepts, technologies, and practices associated with all aspects of electric power from a technical perspective in synergy with nontechnical areas such as business, environmental, and social concerns.IEEE Power & Energy Magazine keeps its readers up-to-date on the latest technological advancements, industry news, business trends and strategies, products, and publications. Important newsworthy items concerning the worldwide activities and achievements of PES, its organizational units, and its individual members are included. The publication is available in a printed copy and on the web.

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In conjunction with the printed edition of IEEE Power & Energy Magazine, time-sensitive information is made available electronically via the PES eNews Update to interested parties at appropriate intervals.

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Multi-Year Index to Feature Articles - This index covers all feature articles that appeared in IEEE Power & Energy Magazine during 2003–2012. (PDF format)

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Meet the Candidates

Meet the CandidatesBeginning in August, the election for the position of IEEE Division VII director-elect for 2015 will be held. Division VII consists of IEEE PES only...
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Voice of the Governing Board

Ted Burse, PES Standards

Ted BurseMy name is Ted Burse. I am serving my first year as Member-at-Large, Standards, on the PES Governing Board...
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PES eNews Update

Surge Protective Devices Committee

2013 Annual Report of the IEEE PES Surge Protective Devices Committee.
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Women in Power: Guadalupe G. Gonzalez

I am Guadalupe Gonzalez and I am a Panamanian engineer and researcher in the area of power and energy systems...
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IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative Update

The IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative provides scholarships and career experience opportunities to students...
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September/October PES Magazine

September/October PES Magazine

Global Changes

The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. In the last 650,000 years, seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat have occurred, with the abrupt end of the last ice age about 7,000 years ago, marking the beginning of the modern climate era, and of human civilization. Most of these climate changes are attributed to very small variations in Earth’s orbit that change the amount of solar energy our planet receives...
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