The Strength of AEIC - Its
Active, Working Technical Committees.
committee structure, the Association addresses
technological problems associated with planning, building
and operating an electric utility system.
The small size of AEIC Committees provides maximum
participation of members to network, share practices and
experiences, and build relationships.
The AEIC's six
committees are staffed with experts from management of
member companies and meet regularly during the year to
explore issues in their particular areas. The AEIC
- The Power
- The Load
- The Electric
Power Apparatus Committee
- The Power
- The Meter
and Service Committee
- The Cable
What Members Say
In a survey of
members, here are typical comments about AEIC:
valuable industry association I have ever had. Committee
size and peer composition is excellent."
benefits of AEIC exceed expectations. Meetings provide
productive use of members' time, and you get more
for meeting people in leadership roles at
are hard working; we are getting results for the money
annual meeting is valuable for good interchange. AEIC is
AEIC is Economical Benefits are Substantial
AEIC opens up significant avenues to explore both the
business and technical elements associated with prudent
utility management. This, coupled with relationship
building opportunities afforded by committee meetings and
the Annual Meeting, can be of significant benefit to
Participation does not simply occur at committee meetings
or the Annual Meeting, as members seek numerous
opportunities throughout the year to exchange
information, ideas and solutions.
Among industry associations, the cost of membership and
participation in AEIC activities is extremely moderate.
AEIC dues are based on annual electric revenues. If you
would like your company's dues quote, contact the Executive Director.
Update Newsletter - The AEIC
newsletter is sent to all members to keep them
abreast of Association news, upcoming Association
events, new services and committee activities.
and Publications - The Cable
Engineering Committee of the Association has
Specifications covering cable
applications, and the Load Research Committee has
developed Load Research
publications are available to members at no cost.
Meeting Minutes - The history of the
Association of Edison Illuminating Companies is
archived, with volumes for each year of its
existence, recording practically verbatum what
members had to say, who took part in discussions
or presented papers.
Web Site - The Associaton provides a
web site - www.aeic.org - that contains
regularly updated information about AEIC, its
members, its committees and key contact
The Annual Meeting
One of the most
important characteristics of the Association is the
provision of a forum for high-level discussion of
industry issues, unimpeded by publicity.
The Annual Meetings are normally attended by the
Presidents and CEOs of member companies and their
selected executive staff.
The Association meets annually for industry updates and
information sharing. Nationally and Internationally known
speakers brief the membership on matters of importance to
the electric utility industry.
AEIC Committee Chairmen update the Association membership
on committee activities. Representatives of the
Association's Honorary Members, key suppliers to the
electrical industry, bring reports on industry
developments and trends.
Other Industry Executives - Join AEIC Now
rapidly changing world of increased competition and a
global economy, utility executives must actively seek
information with every opportunity.
If you are
interested in AEIC membership, contact the Executive Director.
Association of Edison Illuminating Companies
600 North 18th Street
P.O. Box 2641
Birmingham, AL 35291-0992
Ph: (205) 257-2530
FAX: (205) 257-2540