April 22, 2013 (Monday) Indian Point – What are the Facts?

Posted by BxNSPE on June 06, 2013  /   Posted in Meetings

Topic: Indian Point – What are the Facts?

A presentation supported by the Manhattan College School of Engineering


Steven J. DeCarlo, Maser Consulting P.A.: “Where we are – NYS power needs, supplies, and projections”

Prof. Graham Walker, Manhattan College: “Conventional and alternative energy sources”

Prof. Thomas N. McKee, Manhattan College, Entergy: “Power distribution and distribution management. The grid and the smart grid”

Pat Falciano, Nuclear Renaissance Services: “All of the above as it relates to Indian Point. Nuclear generation information and issues, safety, site selection issues”

PDH: This presentation is approved for 2.5 PDH for NYS PEs through PIE.

MH900448698Time: 6:00 PM for Registraion and light refreshments. Presentation at 7:00PM, through 9:30PM.

Fees: Site and refreshment fee (all attendees): $10.

PDH fee: NYSSPE members: free;

Non-members $50 (waived if signing up for membership before the event);

Manhattan College faculty and students are invited to attend for free if they RSVP by April 16, 2013.

Pre-register: You must pre-register at our seminar registration page. If you cannot pre-register, please contact us at info@bxnspe.org

To join: download the membership application, NSPEMembershipApp2010-JMK, fill it in and send it in. Keep a copy and bring it to the meeting.

Place: Manhattan College, Leo Engineering Building (3825 Corlear Ave, betw. 238th and 240th Sts., 1 block west of Broadway, Bronx, NY 10463) in the Scala Auditorium on the first floor. Parking available. The Leo Engineering building is convenient to the IRT #1 stop at 238th St., the Maj. Deegan Expressway at Van Cortlandt Park So, and the Henry Hudson Pkwy at Broadway.

Information/reservations: Please make reservations ahead of time, so that we can have a headcount for total attendance and an additional headcount for PDH certificates, as well as allowing us to prepare the certificates. Contact info@BxNSPE.org with any questions.

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