OEC engineer named subcommittee chair
OEC manager of system engineering, Nick Shumaker, was named the Chair of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Engineering Subcommittee for Power Quality and Reliability.
The committee, comprised of experts in their field, makes it their mission to prepare electric cooperatives for the challenges and opportunities of the future by helping cooperatives to strengthen their system reliability and enhance power quality, Shumaker said.
“I am honored to have my work in electric reliability recognized and look forward to supporting the entire cooperative community,” Shumaker said.
As the chair, Shumaker oversees the committee’s collaboration with industry partners such as the Electric Power Research Institute to provide research on system hardening, new technologies and infrastructure reliability.
Congratulations, Nick Shumaker!
Learn more about NRECA’s reliability and security resources at cooperative.com/topics/reliability-security/Pages/default.aspx
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