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Nov. 17-18, 2014 - University Club
The Electric Power Industry Conference at the Swanson School of Engineering continues to lead the way in exploring energy production and delivery potential.

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Partners & Sponsors
Swanson School of Engineering
The University of Pittsburgh
The Center For Energy
Allegheny Conference on Community Development
Ansys
Dominion Virginia Power
Eaton
MEPPI
Peoples Natural Gas
Siemens
Sustainable Pittsburgh
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Partners & Sponsors

The Electric Power Industry Conference could not be possible without our many partners and sponsors. We especially want to thank the University of Pittsburgh, the Swanson School of Engineering and US Steel Dean of Engineering Gerald Holder, and the Center for Energy for their support.
 

 

Become a Corporate Sponsor

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of this year's conference, please contact Danielle Ilchuk at 412-624-7476 or via email.

 

Levels of Sponsorship

Gold Sponsorship: $1000 --- Company logo recognition at various venues throughout the conference and conference website with 5 free registrations .

Silver Sponsorship: $500 --- Company logo recognition at various venues throughout the conference and conference website with 3 free registrations .

Bronze Sponsorship: $250 --- Company logo recognition at various venues throughout the conference and conference website with 1 free registrations .

 

Corporate Exhibit Booth

The Monday evening keynote address is well attended by 100+ undergraduate and graduate students studying in the electric power and energy related disciplines at the University of Pittsburgh. After the keynote, companies are encouraged to engage with the student attendees by designing a small exhibit area made up of banners, literature, products, or other components. Companies attending the conference are entitled to free exhibit space. This is a great opportunity to network with future engineers especially if your organization is currently seeking full time employees.