Solutions, best practices and strategies for vital issues in all areas and at all levels of your organization are here.

Diverse Electric Utility Collaboration

RMEL is unique because utilities of all types (IOUs, Munis, G&Ts, Cooperatives, Public Power and more) collectively address vital issues through candid, trusted discussion. Find contacts, present, attend events, discover leadership opportunities and make a difference alongside RMEL members (see a list of utility members only).

Resources for New Employees

If you're just joining the industry or are a non-technical electric utility employee who wants to learn more about power generation, transmission, distribution or overall industry vital issues, start here.

Upcoming Events

Introduction to the Electric Utility Workshop
Lone Tree, CO
January 19, 2017

Physical and Cyber Security Conference
San Antonio, TX
January 25-26, 2017


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

Take a running start to find solutions through RMEL's contacts, content, events and resources. Please feel free to contact us if there is a specific request, question or event you need. 

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Utility Rewards

Utility members are eligible to receive complimentary full registrations to the RMEL Spring Management, Engineering and Operations Conference, RMEL Fall Executive Leadership and Management Convention and RMEL Core Events. Based on airline frequent flyer concepts, the more people from your company attending RMEL events ....the more complimentary registrations you will earn. The Utility Rewards Program rewards those Utility company members sending multiple personnel to RMEL events. Learn more.

Recent Event Registration Lists

 Registration List: 2017 Fall Executive Leadership and Management Convention (9/19/2017)  
   The RMEL Fall Executive Leadership and Management Convention started in October of 1903. Since that first meeting, the Fall Convention has grown and evolved into one of the industry’s leading events for senior management. The Convention provides a re
 Registration List: August Safety Roundtable (8/25/2017)  
   Roundtables offer a unique forum for peer-to-peer sharing of experiences, critical issues and expertise. The roundtable is a discussion group, open only to RMEL members. Discussion is based on topics brought by attendees. Typically one or two present
 Registration List: Leaders Developing Future Leaders Workshop (8/17/2017)  
   Nobody has a more important role in developing our industry’s future leaders than the leaders of today. They identify those with leadership potential, gain their commitment and ensure their development. RMEL’s Leaders Developing Future Leaders Worksh

Top Training Topics Needed/Identified by RMEL Members on 2016 Event Evaluations

Your Peers Have Identified These Top Training Needs - Look for Them in RMEL's 2017 Events and Publications, and add to the list by contacting RMEL.

Human Performance
Craft training
Asset Management
Overhead and Underground Design
Project Management
AMI/Time of Use Integration
Confined Space Entry
Physical and Cyber Security
Operator Training
Customer Service/Key Accounts
Renewable Integration
FERC Order 1000 Implications
System Coordination and Protection
Future of the Industry and New Technology
Advanced Technical Training
Leading Indicators and Effective Metrics
New Regulations and Standards
Knowledge Transfer
Attracting, Retaining and Training New Employees
Fall Protection
Harmonics, Power Quality and Utility Response
Building a Safety Culture
Change Management
Understanding energy trading and optimizing sales/value of power plants.
Substation workings, maintenance, etc.
Basic understanding of the electric utility industry for all employees