Western Protective Relay Conference 2019
 

Exhibitor Registration is open! 

Registrations will only be accepted through the online registration portal. Attendee registration will open July 25th, 2019 at 8:00am (Pacific Time). 

Western Protective Relay Conference 2019

The Western Protective Relay Conference (WPRC) is an educational forum for disseminating, discussing and networking on broad and detailed technical aspects of power system protection.

The 2019 program will bring you the latest technologies in power system protection and the experience from their recent applications in the field. The papers cover everything from the new communications technologies and standards to the latest application of traveling waves. The applications cover everything from the traditional generation, transmission and distribution to the new developments of distributed generation and microgrids. As the electric power grid is rapidly changing, WPRC aims to bring you the latest in how the engineering of protection is adapting to the new environment.

Over 500 individuals attend from around the world. WPRC has hosted attendees from 45 states, Canada, Mexico and 31 other countries.

This year's conference will be held in the Exhibit Hall area of the Spokane Convention Center. Sessions will be held in the Centennial rooms. The DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center is the host hotel.

WPRC 2019

October 21-24, 2019

Spokane Convention Center
334 West Spokane Falls Boulevard
Spokane, Washington, USA

WPRC 2018

What attendees had to say about the 2018 conference:

  • "This is a great conference for engineers, technicians, and managers. Papers were presented from basic to complex, which fulfills desires of every individual."
  • "It is a great place to network and talk about new ideas and future improvements with some of the experts in the field."
  • "The biggest relay conference in North America. THE relay event."
  • "This conference is incredibly motivating, to be around so many people in the industry with so many different topics to cover."