A few months ago, about 1,500 power engineers descended on Detroit, Michigan, U.S., for the IEEE Power & Energy Society's 2011 General Meeting. Once a year, this group gathers to share ideas, recharge their brains and network. I have been a card-carrying member of this group so long now that I have reached life member status, which means your combined age and years of membership total 100 — no tree comparisons; I get enough of that from my son, Adam. This is a great conference, ...

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