Activate Your Electric Energy Association

Professional Development for Your Top Concerns Begins Here

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. Lobbying is not part of RMEL’s mission. The association is only focused on education for utility personnel.

Download the RMEL At-a-Glance Brochure.

Networking

RMEL is a diverse community of utilities and service companies you’ll recognize. Most organizations are headquartered in 17 states west of the Mississippi, excluding the west coast, but the association’s reach extends throughout the rest of the country and internationally. RMEL’s community is comprised of companies and individuals that are leaders of the industry.

See a list of RMEL members.

Diversity

A Unique Mix of All Utility Types Not Found Elsewhere

Investor-owned utilities, cooperatives, municipalities, generation and transmission associations, public power districts, government owned utilities and service companies (consultants, engineering firms, manufacturers, etc.) all find value and participate in RMEL. Everyone learns from peer-to-peer sharing and subject matter experts in an open environment.

Education

Useful and Practical Education Helps Utilities Provide Affordable, Reliable Power

RMEL’s resources and 30 annual events help everyone at your organization do their best. Content is designed to help attendees and members feel productive and knowledgeable as they get back to work armored with practical takeaways. Continuing education credits are given at each event, and members can even bring an RMEL event to their location.

Events are focused on topics like plant management, public policy, the Smart Grid, power supply planning and projects, finance, system operations, generation, growth, OSHA, renewable technologies, safety, transmission, reliability, overhead and underground distribution, workforce issues, keeping rates low, giving back to the community, NERC/FERC, transmission line design, IT, grounding, arc flash, sustainability, customer service, green building, substation design, distribution line design, health, energy efficiency, security, management, customer service, government regulations, engineering and many other top concerns for the electric energy industry.

In Person and At Your Desk

RMEL’s Resources are Available Wherever You Are

Whether you’re at an RMEL event, in the field or at your desk, RMEL is your resource for professional development. RMEL’s web site is full service and members can use the library of resources to develop their knowledge and expertise, network and register for an event. Additionally, section microsites, the searchable member directory and evolving online community functionality bring thousands of electric energy professionals to your computer. Visit www.RMEL.org to access RMEL today.

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.

Register for 2017 RMEL Events!

                       Members Receive a Discount (You're a Member if Your Company's a Member - Check the Member List)

       Featured RMEL Gold Champions: