The Alberta Institute of Power Engineers (AIPE) is an organization dedicated to the advancement, education and support of all Power Engineers in Alberta. The IPE, being the representing body for Power Engineers in Alberta, interacts with Industry, other Technical and Professional Associations, and with various Municipal, Provincial and Federal Jurisdictions in support of Power Engineering within Alberta. The IPE is “the voice” for Power Engineers in Alberta. Becoming a member not only strengthens the IPE as an organization, it ensures your valued input regarding matters of concern to Power Engineers in Industry, and at the Municipal, Provincial and Federal levels.
All of Alberta's IPE Members take this opportunity to welcome all visitors to this web site. If you are a visitor please sign the guestbook, and on the same page you are encouraged to make a comment, ask a question or start a discussion. The IPE also encourages regular e-mail communication to the organization.
Thank you for your interest in the AIPE and Power Engineering.
Alberta Institute Of Power Engineers, Calgary, Edmonton Branches support the Employers of Power Engineers in Alberta.
Your support of hiring and using Practicum Students from all Educational Institutions across Alberta enhances your professional status as an employer. These students, highly educated and motivated are the feedstock to your sucess to not only to Alberta but to the Power Engineering Profession.
We as an organization continue to adhere to the safe and efficient operation of all Power Engineering activites in the Alberta Area.
February General Meetingposted February 6, 2017
NAIT Main Campus, Building C, Room C-111 10828 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Time: 6:30 PM
Parking: $5 NAIT Student Parking Lot C, 10828 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB PPE Required: None required
This month we have a special guest speaker Mr. Sam Seepersad, PE visiting with us to discuss water treatment. Mr. Sam Seepersad, PE, has over 50 years’ experience in water treatment, corrosion analysis and chemical engineering technology. Water chemistry is complex and many of us have struggled with this theory. Please plan to attend this meeting and hear Mr. Seepersad talk about water treatment. As always, all members, students and non-members are welcome to attend. Coffee and snacks will be provided.
Minutes of the Edmonton Branch Executive General Meetingposted February, 2017
Minutes of the Edmonton Branch Executive General meeting of the Alberta Institute of Power Engineers held in the Student Library, 2nd Floor, Salisbury Composite High School, 20 Festival Way Sherwood Park, Alberta at 06:30 p.m. on the 15th of November 2016.
Read more: AIPE meeting minutes November 15, 2016.pdf
Interactive Power Plant
Check out this interactive Power Plant! Created by the University of Missouri. Click the below image to launch.