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IEEE aims to improve seismic design of power substations
Engineers and experts from around the world met in Portland to discuss new seismic design standards of substations.
Collaboration with EPRI to test new sensor technology
BPA collaborated with the Electric Power Research Institute to install new sensor technology on insulators. The sensors should help to prevent outages caused by the age old problem of bird excrement.
BPA’s patron saint of safety enters International Lineman Hall of Fame
Harvey Haven is recognized for a half century of effort to help linemen, electricians and substation staff stay safe while working around electricity
John Hairston rounds out BPA’s executive office
John Hairston, who has worked at BPA since 1991, has been named its chief administrative officer. He takes over after managing a number of key business, compliance and executive functions at BPA.
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