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ICC Certificates of Appreciation were presented to the following:
David P. Wright, Kwanho Yang and Bharat I. Chaudhary for Best Presentation at the Fall 2005 Subcommittee A Meeting, Modeling of Material Toughness
David Lindsay for Best Presentation at the Fall 2005 Subcommittee C Meeting, An Update on Southwire's High Temperature Superconductor Cable System Project in Progress with AEP in Columbus, OH
Kent Brown for Best Presentation at the Fall 2005 Subcommittee D Meeting, Performance of Underground Medium Voltage Cables at US Nuclear Plant
Rachel Mosier for Best Presentation at the Fall 2005 Educational Program, EPR Use at High Voltages - Cost Justification
Jody Levine for Best Presentation at the Fall 2005 Transnational Luncheon, Afterlaying Testing of Transmission Class Cable Circuits
IEEE/PES Certificates of Appreciation were presented to the following outgoing Chairmen:
Thomas Champion for Services Rendered as Vice-Chair, Working Group B12 Guide for Investigating and Analyzing Cable, Joint and Termination Failures on Power Cables
David Donovan for Services Rendered as Chair, Working Group B17 Guide for Application of Underground Fault Current Indicators
Steve Szaniszlo for Services Rendered as Chair, Educational Programs
Kent Brown for Services Rendered as Webmaster, Insulated Conductors Committee
Bill Taylor for Services Rendered as Chair, Insulated Conductors Committee
Because it was not available in time from the IEEE Power Engineering Society, the 2005 IEEE/PES Technical Committee Distinguished Service Award will be presented at our Fall 2006 meeting on St. Pete Beach on October 30, 2006.
The Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) highest grade of Fellow recognizes excellence for notable achievements in power engineering and industrial applications. The Fellow grade is conferred upon people of outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in the various fields of the IEEE for their important individual contributions to one or more technical fields. In accordance with IEEE bylaws, the total number of Fellows selected in any one year does not exceed one-tenth of one percent of the total membership of over 300,000 people. The selection to Fellow requires the endorsement of five Fellows, a Technical Committee, and the Board of Fellows of an IEEE Society as well as the IEEE Board of Directors. The following former members of the Insulated Conductors Committee were recognized:
Roy Alexander PPL Electric Utilities Bethlehem, PA, USA for contributions to technology for capacitor bank switching and the standardization of switchgear.
Philip Bolin Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc. Warrendale, PA, USA for development of compressed gas insulated transmission bus and substations.