Due to COVID-19 precautions, all attendees must wear masks to all classes and events (except when eating or drinking), even if they have been vaccinated. Hand sanitizer stations will be set up in various places. Please, no hand-shaking this year and observe social distancing as much as possible. Thank you for your understanding and commitment to Safety, a hallmark value of the NC Electric Meter School and Grid Technology Conference for generations.

The North Carolina Electric Meter School and Conference is an endeavor to bring together meter personnel from the electric utility industry to present information on common problems, standard practices, procedures and new technologies.

The North Carolina Electric Meter School and Conference provides you with a unique opportunity to learn all aspects of metering and basic substation equipment and operation in a school environment. The school offers tracks for the beginner to the most advanced meter personnel as well as offers the opportunity for the leaders of these operations to hear about new technologies, problems, resources, and solutions to meet the ever changing environment of the electric industry. In addition, the School provides an excellent opportunity for vendor interaction with all levels of metering personnel. The School is open to any and all persons interested in learning more about metering and substations!

Attention: Professional Engineers

The NC Electric Meter School and Conference is an approved sponsor of continuing professional competency activities for North Carolina Professional Engineers and Registered Land Surveyors. Upon course completion, each participant may receive 18 Professional Development Hours (PDHs).


Registration Form (PDF)

2021 Program and Schedule (PDF)

Glossary of Terms - Electric Utility Industry (PDF)

2021 Presentations (password required)