EPRI: Enduring, Accelerating, and Collaborating with Others

When:  May 15, 2024 from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM (PT)
Associated with  Seattle Section

EPRI: Enduring, Accelerating, and Collaborating with Others

Jessica Lemieux

Program Manager, Nuclear Quality Management

Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Founded in 1972, EPRI is an independent non-profit energy research, development, and deployment organization, with three specialized labs. Their experts collaborate with more than 450 companies in 45 countries, driving innovation to ensure the public has clean, safe, reliable, affordable, and equitable access to electricity across the globe.

Rooted in science and rigor, EPRI collaborates with scientists, engineers, government, and experts from academia and industry to shape and drive technology advancement by pushing the frontier of innovation from concept, pilot, operation to end-of-life. Their mission is accomplished by an extensive research network and a comprehensive advisory structure. Organizations engaging in EPRI research, development, and demonstration programs have unique opportunities to:

·        Identify and solve critical and emerging industry issues and stay at the forefront of technology innovation

·        Gain access to a comprehensive and timely RD&D portfolio

·        Collaborate and network with industry peers through advisory councils and committees

·        Implement technology through the support of EPRI researchers and technical advisors

·        Reduce future investment risks

·        Inform policies with objective, science-based findings and facts

Hosted by the Columbia Basin ASQ group, join us on May 15 to learn more about how EPRI’s global collaboration and technology innovation is helping to shape the future of energy.

About the presenter: Jessica Lemieux joined EPRI in 2013 and is the Program Manager for Nuclear Quality Management at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), where her primary role is providing the infrastructure for EPRI’s activities to comply with U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations and ISO 9001. Previous experience includes supporting new U.S. nuclear construction with VC Summer and Vogtle as well as seven years as a Senior Quality Specialist with the U.S Department of Energy at the Nevada Test Site.

Jessica is a certified Nuclear Lead Auditor, and a member of the Nuclear Procurement Issues Corporation (NUPIC) and Nuclear Industry Assessment Corporation (NIAC).


Online Instructions:
Url: https://asq614.org/programs/program2405-1.pdf
Login: To register for this online/virtual meeting, please RSVP with your name, email, ASQ affiliation (member and section or non-member), to denise.clements@aecom.com by May 12 for planning purposes and to receive RU credit following the meeting. Attendance at this event earns 0.5 RUs toward ASQ recertification.