6th Annual SF6 Gas Management Seminar

November 9-10, 2021 in Tampa, FL and Virtually

While most people outside of the electrical and environmental industries are unfamiliar with Sulfur Hexafluoride, it is a compound that we manage every day at DILO. With over 50 years of SF6 gas handling experience, we understand the importance of responsibly utilizing this gas in electrical and transmission applications due to its high global warming potential.

Well-informed and trained technicians can greatly impact the reduction and elimination of SF6 gas emissions. It is DILO’s mission to provide an interactive platform for leaders and experts to share best management practices, mandatory/voluntary reporting updates, challenges, and safe handling information of SF6 while also focusing on other trends in the industry. DILO's premiere annual conference gives all stakeholders the opportunity to compare and share solutions that align with our “Zero Emissions” philosophy.

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DILO Annual SF6 Gas Management Seminar- Free for utilities, government agencies, and OEMS

Join us virtually or in-person

Are you eager to get back to in-person events (while following appropriate safety precautions of course)? Or do you prefer to attend virtual events from the comfort of your home or office? Either way, DILO has you covered. This year's seminar will be a hybrid event where guests can choose between in-person or virtual registration. Join us for our 6th Annual SF6 Gas Management Seminar taking place on November 9-10, 2021 at the Hilton Tampa Westshore and online. 

Registration Cost

Attendee Category Virtual (Before August 31) Virtual (After August 31) In-Person (Before August 31) In-Person (After August 31)
Electrical Utility  $110 $150 $75 $100
OEM $110 $150 $75 $100
Electrical Contractor $1,000 $1,250 $1,000 $1,250
Government Agency* (EPA, CARB, MASSDEP) Free Free Free Free

 

Registration Details

In-person registration includes breakfast and lunch on November 9-10, Welcome Dinner on November 9, and Farewell Happy Hour on November 10. All registrations include the mobile event app, access to presentations and break-out sessions, and on-demand content via virtual platform until January 2022. 

*Government Agency category registrations are subject to verification and approval.

Register now for early bird savings 


Learn From Industry Experts

Engaging presentations and hands-on break out sessions

The 6th Annual SF6 Gas Management Seminar will feature presentations from industry experts and demonstrations on best practices for SF6 gas handling. Registration includes:

  • Regulatory updates on SF6 gas
  • Emerging alternative technologies 
  • All About Analyzers Break-Out Session
  • Small Recovery Systems: Selecting the Right Device for the Job Break-Out Session
  • Nameplate Verification and Leak Detection Break-Out Session
  • Decomposition and SF6 By-products Break-Out Session
  • On-demand library of conference content available until January 2022
  • Mobile app access for all attendees
  • Live Q&A with video option for virtual attendees 

Who Should Attend

  • Substation maintenance engineers 
  • Utility environmental managers
  • Substation linemen
  • Electrical engineers
  • Utility asset managers 
  • SF6 gas handling specialists
  • Utility technical specialists
  • R&D teams for alternative solutions

Earn IACET Continuing Education Units

DILO is offering 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for this seminar. DILO is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and offers IACET CEUs for its learning events that comply with the ANSI/IACET Continuing Education and Training Standard.  IACET is recognized internationally as a standard development organization and accrediting body that promotes quality of continuing education and training.

 


Sponsorship Information 

Please contact us at marketing@dilo.com for information on our sponsorship packages. 


Questions 

Please contact us at marketing@dilo.com with questions regarding DILO's 6th Annual SF6 Gas Management Seminar.