About Us

Welcome to the IEEE PES Green Mountain Chapter Website!
The Green Mountain PES Chapter is a chapter of the IEEE Power & Energy Society which covers the state of Vermont. Our approximately 55 members are professionals, students, and academics with a common professional interest in electric power and energy. The Chapter holds numerous events throughout the year, including speakers and tours. To join the IEEE and the PES, click here.

IEEE Power & Energy Society
The IEEE Power & Energy Society is a worldwide, non-profit association of more than 30,000 individuals engaged in the electric power energy industry. Our mission is to be the leading provider of scientific information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society and the preferred professional development source for our members. PES members are involved in the planning, research, development, construction, installation, and operation of equipment and systems for the safe, reliable, and economic generation, transmission, distribution, measurement, and control of electric energy.

PES Mission
To be the leading provider of scientific and engineering information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society, and the preferred professional development source for our members.

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Section History

Since its inception, IEEE has had a standing History Committee advising the IEEE Board of Directors on matters of the legacy and heritage of IEEE and its members and their related professions and technologies, and carrying out some activities in those areas.

In 1980, in anticipation of its Centennial celebration in 1984, IEEE established the IEEE History Center to be the staff arm of the History Committee. In 1990, the Center moved to the campus of Rutgers University, which became a cosponsor. In 2010, the Center also entered into a cooperative agreement with the University of California, Merced, in order to have a presence near the high-tech centers of the U.S.’s west coast. Today, IEEE’s central historical activities are carried out largely by the staff of the History Center, under the guidance of the History Committee.

The IEEE History Center is a not-for-profit organization which relies on your support to preserve, research, and promote the legacy of electrical engineering and computing.