Distribution Transformers Efficiencies

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Discussion on distribution transformer efficiencies, where they have been and where they are headed.  We will look at the upcoming 2016 Department of Energy Efficiency standard and how it compares to the 2010 DOE standard and previous to when there were no standards. We will look at how manufacturers will go about meeting these requirements, potential cost impact versus benefit to you and other impacts as well.

 



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  • Pier 2 The Embarcadero
  • Regular Meeting Room Location
  • San Francisco, California
  • United States 94111
  • Building: Pier 2 Sinbad's Restaurant
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  • Chair: Bob Formicola - rformicola@bcew.com

    Vice Chair Brandon Yee byee@yeiengineers.com

    Treasurer: Gary Fox gary.fox@ge.com

    Secretary: Ben Rosenfeld BRosenfeld@klingstubbins.us

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Jim Stieler of Eaton Corporation

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Distribution Transformers Efficiencies

Discussion on distribution transformer efficiencies, where they have been and where they are headed.  We will look at the upcoming 2016 Department of Energy Efficiency standard and how it compares to the 2010 DOE standard and previous to when there were no standards. We will look at how manufacturers will go about meeting these requirements, potential cost impact versus benefit to you and other impacts as well.


 

Biography:

Jim Stieler is a Senior Applications Engineer with Eaton's Cooper Power Systems with whom he has been employed for most of his career.  He has primarily served indistrial, commercial and institutional users for all Cooper Power Systems products including medium voltage transformers, switchgear, voltage regulators, capacitors, relays, dielectric fluids, and line installation and protection products.  He has held positions in marketing, sales, and engineering most of which have been related to transformers.  As a Senior Applications Engineer, Jim assists clients with product applications as well as providing product seminars.  Jim has a BS in Industrial Engineering from Iowa State University and has been a member of IEEE since 1984.

 





Agenda

5:30 pm (Arrival/relax time)
6:00 pm (Presentation)
7:00 pm (Dinner)
Dinner Fee:
IEEE Members and Non-Members: $25.00;
Student Members: $10 (at the door) discounted cost for first 5 reserved IEEE Student Members.