The Electric Power Reliability Alliance (EPRA) is a membership organization comprised of industrial and commercial practitioners, professionals, academics and executives who are responsible for the reliability of high-voltage electric power systems. 

 

EPRA members work collaboratively to increase their own skills as well as the skills of their peers. 

 

The alliance works to create industry-wide best practices for planning, budgeting, and managing electric power reliability.

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PRACTITIONER

MEMBERSHIP

For reliability practitioners, professionals, and technicians responsible for the reliability of electric power systems.

CORPORATE

MEMBERSHIP

Multiple memberships for teams and organizations. please contact us for more information on corporate memberships.

PROFESSIONAL

MEMBERSHIP

This membership option is for professionals who are not directly responsible for the maintenance or reliability of electric power systems.

RELIABILITY

RESOURCE

PARTNERS

STUDENT

MEMBERSHIP

For vendors and solution providers. Please contact us for more information on becoming a Resource Partner.

EPRA welcomes memberships from current students who attend accredited colleges, universities, and research institutions.

Your EPRA membership demonstrates your commitment to lifelong learning and your dedication to electric power reliability leadership. 

There are privileges, discounts and opportunities available to EPRA members too. All current fee-paying EPRA members are entitled to the following member benefits:

MEETINGS & EVENTS

Discounted rates for the Electric Power Reliability Summit and regional intensives, including professional development opportunities through presenting at the summit and regional events. Additional presentation opportunities for resource partner members.

MyEPRA BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

  • Access multimedia content from EPRA events. 

  • Access to PRACTITIONER PERSPECTIVES digital/print journal. 

  • Access to articles, podcasts, and whitepapers.

ONLINE COLLABORATION

Collaborate with fellow EPRA members and professionals in the EPRA Members Only Forum to apply best practices, tools, and resources, including planning, budgeting, and managing electrical systems.

CERTIFICATIONS

Collaboration and input into the development of an electric power reliability certification--the first of its kind.

 

SEPTEMBER 2020

AUSTIN, TEXAS

The 2020 Electric Power Reliability Summit features cutting-edge electric power reliability conversations between peers.


No talking heads. No self-promotion. 


The focus is on building a community of experts.

 

ADVISORY BOARD

EPRA is supported by resource partners, risk management professionals, professional associations and academic partners. We openly share our knowledge, tools, resources, experiences and best practices to foster a body of knowledge that focuses on practical and actionable information.

 

Larry Bryant is Director of Reliability at Domtar paper.

Domtar Paper

LARRY BRYANT

Jon Bucciarelli is Director of Field Operations at SDMyers.

SDMyers

JON BUCCIARELLI

Tony Dotson is Division Reliability Manager at Westrock Paper, and is focused on reliability-based work systems and disciplined manufacturing best practices.

Westrock Paper

TONY DOTSON

Gary Griffith is Automation and Electrical Manager at ADM. Griffith has more than 30 years of top-level experience in electrical power distribution systems.

Archer Daniels Midland Co.

GARY GRIFFITH

Darren Hendon is Supervisor of U.S. Electrical Engineering at Enbridge. He is a leading expert in liquid pipelines operation and a seasoned leader in the oil and energy industry.

Enbridge

DARREN HENDON

Roy Huff is Vice President of The Snell Group. Huff is recognized as a leading expert in the application of both infrared (IR) and electric motor testing(EMT) technologies.

The Snell Group

ROY HUFF

Lee McClish is a Reliability Engineer at RagingWire Data Centers and is a subject matter expert on Total Productive Maintenance.

RagingWire Data Centers

LEE McCLISH

Terry O'Halon is the CEO of ReliabilityWeb and the publisher of Uptime Magazine. He is recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in the reliability industry.

ReliabilityWeb

TERRY O'HANLON

Allan Rienstra is the Director of Business Development for SDT and co-author of "Hear More: A Guide to Using Ultrasound for Leak Detection and Condition Monitoring."

SDT Ultrasound

ALLAN RIENSTRA

Martin Robinson is the Owner and CEO of IRISS Inc., a leading manufacturer of infrared inspection windows. Robinson focuses on innovation and is a pioneer of Electrical Maintenance Safety Devices (EMSDs) that help protect technicians from harm while protecting their companies’ bottom line.

IRISS, Inc.

MARTIN ROBINSON

Dan Smith is Vice President of Transmission System Operations at LCRA. Smith has decades of experience maintaining T & D systems.

Lower Colorado River Authority

DAN SMITH

Shannon Strank has 13 years of experience as a mechanical engineer and she is the Assistant Director of the Center for Electromechanics at the University of Texas at Austin.

Center for Electromechanics

SHANNON STRANK

 

180 South Avenue, Tallmadge, OH 

Tel: 330.630.7000 x4019

www.MyEPRA.org

For practitioners. By practitioners.

Building electric power system best practices.

Knowledge. Understanding. Wisdom. Insight.

Industrial and commercial applications.

Forging lasting relationships.