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MIPSYCON Panel — Project Management Advice (the ‘Good’ and the ‘Bad’!)

The 52nd annual Minnesota Power Systems Conference (MIPSYCON) is just around the corner. This premier conference provides electric utility engineers and consultants the opportunity to stay up-to-date on the changing industry, network with colleagues and earn professional development hours. MIPSYCON emphasizes the unique challenges faced by electric utilities in the Midwest. As a leader with over 70 years in the engineering industry, Ulteig will have a strong presence.

Join me and my copanelists from Xcel Energy, Great River Energy and Eaton Corporation for a discussion around Project Management Advice – the ‘Good’ and the ‘Bad’! We will share our advice and experiences in managing electric utility projects, each from a different point of view: Investor Owned Utility Project Manager, Public Power, Consulting Engineering and Technology Supplier. Be sure to attend this informative panel at 9:15am on Wednesday, November 9th.


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As chief engineering and technical officer, Jason is responsible for delivering the highest quality engineering solutions across technical departments. He has over 20 years of experience in engineering and consulting. Leveraging his deep background, Jason’s focus is on developing employees to expand their skills and competencies. He emphasizes the importance of this focus, “Each and every team member is critical to our client and our success. There is no better investment.”
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