Welcome to RMEL

RMEL is a not-for-profit energy trade association that has served the electric utility industry with a variety of education and networking services since 1903. Dedicated to fostering a thriving community of electric energy professionals, RMEL’s 300 corporate members share ideas, techniques and programs to better serve the industry and its customers. Once known as the Rocky Mountain Electrical League, the association officially became RMEL in the 1990's to better reflect a membership base that spans the entire country.

RMEL's Mission: RMEL, through its diverse membership, educational events, and programs, facilitates the discovery of solutions and strategies for vital issues facing the electric utility industry. 

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RMEL Announcements

Distribution Engineers Workshop

October 5-6, 2016
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Distribution engineers and designers will have a unique opportunity to hear from a wide range of utilities during the Distribution Engineers Workshop. Instructors will cover topics like grounding, lightning protection, reliability, power quality, addressing challenges in siting equipment with zero lot lines, smart inverter/ IEEE 1547/solar, rate structure 101, AMI data, and transformers - ferroresonance.

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2016 RMEL Awards Honor Industry Leaders  
RMEL Awards were presented during RMEL’s 113th Annual Fall Executive Leadership and Management Convention on Monday, September 12th. These esteemed awards are presented to individuals as merited to commend outstanding work and leadership in the elect
Industry Leaders Elaina Ball, Susan Gray, Scott Heidtbrink and Mike Kotara Join RMEL Board  
RMEL is pleased to announce four new Directors have joined the RMEL Board. These individuals represent member companies with long-standing RMEL engagement. The four new Board Members are Elaina Ball, Interim COO, Austin Energy; Susan Gray, VP, T&D Op
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