Hosted by the inimitable Alan RossThe Electric Power Reliability Podcast is the only podcast around that focuses exclusively on the reliability of electric power systems. Hear insights from industry leaders, practitioners, and visionaries who have either laid the foundation over illustrious careers, or who are in the process of creating their own journey towards reliability.

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Alan Ross & Jason Tranter

Alan Ross, founder and president of EPRA, spoke to Jason Tranter, founder and managing director of Mobius Institute, about the new alliance between the organizations.

Alan Ross & Jason Dennison

Over this two-part series, Dennison explains the blend of chemical engineering, industry knowledge, and software needed to run a successful transformer oil testing lab.

Alan Ross & Chris Root

Root discusses how technology is changing what he does from a grid perspective.

Alan Ross & Martin Robinson

Alan Ross speaks to Martin Robinson, CEO of IRISS, about innovation and safety in the electric power market.

Rachel Linke speaks to Alan Ross & Chip Angus

In this episode of the Electric Power Reliability Podcast, Rachel Linke, Reliability Coordinator at SDMyers, LLC, speaks to Alan Ross and Chip Angus to discuss the upcoming Electric Power Reliability Summit.

Alan Ross & Craig Stiegemeier

Stiegemeier explains his introduction to engineering, the way the industry has changed for OEM's and others, and the culture of volunteerism and service that is prevalent in the IEEE Power & Energy Society.

Alan Ross & Wayne Bishop Jr.

Ross and Bishop discuss the unique approach that OMICRON takes to research and development, the unique and exciting challenges of being involved in a changing industry, and the far-reaching effects that emerging technologies will have on our future.

Alan Ross & Chip Angus speak to Daniel Ferrell

Daniel Ferrell, who attended the 2018 summit and will attend the upcoming event in September 2019, highlights the reasons he's coming back next year, and discusses why reliability should always be a plant-wide effort.

Alan Ross & Patrick Ryan

The IEEE "Smart Village" program is a volunteer-run humanitarian initiative. Ryan explains what the purpose of the program is, who it helps, and ways in which IEEE members can get involved.

Alan Ross & Ben Lanz

Daniel Ferrell, who attended the 2018 summit and will attend the upcoming event in September 2019, highlights the reasons he's coming back next year, and discusses why reliability should always be a plant-wide effort.

Alan Ross & George Parada

In this episode of the Electric Power Reliability Podcast, Alan Ross speaks to George Parada, CMRP, CL, formerly director of engineering services at Constellation Brands.

The Champions of electric power reliability

Alan Ross and Chip Angus recognize three outstanding practitioners who have really become champions of electric power reliability.

Alan Ross speaks to Chip Angus

Alan Ross speaks to Chip Angus about who shoulders the responsibility of electric power reliability within an organization, how to get everyone on board with a reliability plan, and why procurement should work more closely with engineers when making capital purchases.

Alan Ross speaks to Jon Trout

Alan and Jon have both presented at the Comet Conference, and talk about their experiences at that event and what differentiates Comet from "ballroom" conferences.

Alan Ross speaks to Kevin Greggs

The discussion centers around data, transformer reliability, the problem-solving nature of engineers... and the not-so-appealing sound of frying bacon.

Alan Ross & Dan Smith

Alan Ross of SDMyers speaks with Dan Smith, Vice President of Electric Service Delivery at Austin Energy, about conferences, machine learning, and the future of collaboration in the industry.