Initiated in 2009 as a regional conference by the newly formed INCOSE chapter of N. Ohio, and accelerated by IEEE and CWRU in 2011, it has further evolved to national status through support and cooperation of NASA, InfraGard/FBI, IEEE, INCOSE, along with various corporate entities and universities.
This forum is committed to the principle that complex systems such as the nations electrical grid and energy transport sector requires a comprehensive understanding and disciplined methodology to address the life-cycle challenges and pursue improvements.
Now in its sixth year, EnergyTech continues an evolutionary path by providing value to a diverse mix of stakeholders, including energy sector companies, education and research institutions, government officials and policy makers, and related entities.
Its goal is to maintain an annual forum and exhibition for stakeholders in the power and energy sectors, and to yield an organized portfolio of knowledge products for publication and distribution. This set of information products are intended to serve as knowledge enhancement, risk management, and decision support for Academic, Government and Industrial energy leadership.