2020 FMEA Webinar: Automatic Help for the Restoration Lifecycle

Keep Connected Webinar Series

Tuesday, June 30, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
FMEA GoToMeeting

Jim NowakJim Nowak retired as manager of emergency restoration planning for AEP in 2014 and capped his 37-year career with AEP by directing the utility’s distribution emergency restoration plans for all seven of the company’s operating units, spanning 11 states.

He will show attendees of our upcoming webinar new developments in damage assessment, the life-cycle of restoration as it’s evolved today, discuss new ways utilities are automating the restoration process for repair and reimbursement and how to make a case for framing an automation initiative.

Jim was one of the original co-chairs for Edison Electric Institute’s (EEI) Mutual Assistance Committee and National Mutual Assistance Resource Team and a member of EEI’s National Response Event (NRE) governance and exercise sub-committees. He currently serves as senior director of Operation, Product and Services for ARCOS LLC.

Registration Information:

  • Open to all Florida municipal utility employees and staff of FMEA member cities

  • No cost as a benefit to our members (please register to receive meeting details)

  • Meeting details will be emailed to you directly after registration

Who Should Attend?

  • Engineering & Operations personnel

  • Safety Supervisors

  • Mutual Aid coordinators

  • IT Specialists

  • any other interested public power personnel

The Florida public power community has been able to stay informed and #KeepConnected, even while many of us work from home and practice physical distancing in the office. FMEA has been able to offer these quality programs free of charge to our members, thanks in part to the continued support of our sponsors. Learn more about sponsorship benefits here.
Altec Arcos
Burns & McDonnell Florida Renewable Partners
Genics Osmose

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Elizabeth Bendele

Elizabeth Bendele

Manager of Member Services & Programs, FMEA

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