6-9 May 2024
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Technical Program

The T&D Planning Committee is hard at work crafting the 2024 technical program. The Call for Participation will be available in Summer 2023, with the full program available by January 2024.

This page provides details into the 2022 program and key conversations that took place in New Orleans.

The IEEE PES T&D Conference & Exposition delivers practical, solution-oriented training on key trends impacting the industry, including case studies and lessons learned through a dynamic and robust series of super sessions, panel discussions, poster presentations, tutorials, and more.

The 2022 program featured conversations around the electrification of infrastructure, the integration and operation of renewables, and lessons learned from the pandemic and recent climate disruptions, along with a multitude of additional trends impacting the industry today and in the future.

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PreShow Planner

View the 2022 Pre-Show Planner

Explore what’s in store for this April in New Orleans, including panels, posters, workshops, super sessions, exhibitor listings, and more!

Professional Development Hours (PDH) and Continuing Education Units (CEU)

Opportunities are available for attendees needing to meet ongoing certification requirements, as well as individuals wanting to utilize these sessions to attain and meet their own personal and company developmental objectives. Learn more.


Featuring some of the industry’s best minds, Panel Sessions provide comprehensive discussions on a diverse range of important trends, issues, and real-world applications and solutions. Key trends explored include grid resiliency, energy storage, renewable energy, big data, smart grids and more. Start building out your onsite agenda now by favoriting the sessions you’d like to attend!

View full panel session listings.


A diverse and exciting lineup of offsite Technical Tours gives participants the opportunity to tour and learn more about industry-related sites and products.

Separate registration and additional fees are required and will be available when conference registration opens. Spots are limited so we encourage you to sign up early!

View full technical tour listings.


The Plain Talk courses for power industry professionals will provide a greater understanding of the technical aspects of the electric power industry, even if you do not have an engineering background.

Separate registration and additional fees are required and will be available when conference registration opens. Learn more.


Tutorials feature in-depth examinations and presentations covering topics important to power and energy professionals and will take place on Monday, April 25, only.

Separate registration and additional fees are required and will be available when conference registration opens. Learn more.


The T&D Conference prides itself in offering a complete program for Professional Engineers to meet all professional licensing requirements for professional development. This show offers an Ethics in Engineering session that will issue a “Certificate of Completion” for attendees who attend the entire session. This session will cover a variety of “up to the minute” topics that face the engineering professional in today’s cyber world.

Separate registration and an additional fee are required. Learn more.


Offering an exciting and comprehensive schedule of student and young professional sessions and activities, the Collegiate Program is designed to help new talent launch successful careers in the power and energy industry.

See the full schedule of events here.


The Poster Session and Reception provides a relaxed environment for registered conference attendees to enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages while viewing hundreds of accepted papers in poster format.

This year will include a combined reception showcasing posters from T&D, T&D Student Program, and ISGT.