Lazen Power Engineering - Lunch & Learn

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In an age of tech innovation, why are overhead distribution systems still being designed by outdated standards using basic means instead of precise engineering tools and 3D simulation?


Wind, snow, storms, fires, and high temperatures affect the reliability of overhead lines and, at times, jeopardize code compliance and public safety. PLS-CADD is a 3D simulation engineering software leading the way in transmission & distribution line modeling and engineering design.


Coming all the way from Orlando, Florida, Lazen Power Engineering is here to tell you more about the software, how it's used, and how you can benefit from this technology. Presented by Lazen Power Engineering.


Topics covered include:

  • Distribution Line Engineering
    • The "New Modeling Approach"
    • NESC
    • Finite Element Analysis (3D Simulation)
    • OH Distribution Modeling
  • Site-Specific System Evaluation
  • Vegetation management
  • Third Party Attachments
  • Storm Assessment & Troubleshooting
  • Right of Way
  • Audits Lawsuits & Public Meetings


Tuesday, July 31, 2018



NEPPA Training Center (200 New Estate Road, Littleton, MA 01460)



11:00 am - 2:00 pm

** Lunch will be provided



11:00 am   Presentation by Lazen Engineers

                    Mohammed Issa, P.E., Engineering Manager

12:00 pm   Lunch & Software Demonstration

1:00 pm     Open Discussion

2:00 pm     Adjourn


Click here for a more detailed agenda.



This Lunch & Learn is offered free of charge, but please RSVP at:



Questions?  Please contact Business Development Lead, Mackenzie Bland, at or call (407) 307-4355.

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