Panelist on Energy-Efficient Technologies: Bill Howe

Bill Howe is the Program Manager for Power Quality Research in the Power Delivery and Utilization Sector at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Mr. Howe’s primary areas of expertise are: power quality research, information and knowledge development and deployment, industrial and commercial power quality analysis, industrial and commercial electric and control system design and optimization, demand response, electric energy efficiency, and market research.
Mr. Howe manages the PQ Research portfolio for EPRI. His key responsibilities are strategic planning, project management, information products, and multi-client studies covering topics related to quality, reliability, and efficiency of energy delivery. Mr. Howe also manages EPRI’s flagship power quality information offering, PQ Knowledge-Based Services, the premier international power quality information resource.
Mr. Howe also manages EPRI’s Industrial Center of Excellence focused on assisting utilities in better serving the industrial sector with resources to improve productivity.
Before joining EPRI, Mr. Howe worked nearly 20 years in management and senior engineering positions within a number of Fortune 500 companies, and has experience in medium-voltage power quality product development, product testing, substation and distribution-system design and construction, motors and drive systems, and process automation. He is a registered professional engineer.

Electric Power Research Institute