Substation Automation Solutions business publishes its 2003 product training schedule on GE Power Systems web site

ATLANTA, GA, Jan. 28, 2003 — GE Power Systems has announced that its Substation Automation Solutions business has published its 2003 product training schedule to the Internet. The courses provide detailed information on the operation and functionality of specific products. The complete schedule is located on the GE Power Systems web site at

Classes are offered to customers in one and two day sessions and costs vary. Users can register through e-mail or by calling in advance. To view the entire training schedule for each of the Substation Automation Solutions products available, please visit the referenced GE Power Systems web site. From this link, click on Training. The customer training schedule appears in both English and French.

The Substation Automation Solutions business consists of three main product categories: substation automation, monitoring and diagnostics, and portable testing equipment. Classes are offered for each product category throughout the year and classes are held in Calgary and Montreal, Canada, as well as in Taby, Sweden and Bad Homburg, Germany. Please check the schedule for specific dates and times.

GE’s comprehensive substation automation products and services include turnkey project expertise to cost-effectively execute and manage transmission and distribution substation automation projects, from protection and control engineering design to commissioning.

Complementing the service offering, a family of substation controllers automates the control and monitoring of the primary equipment while transformer monitoring and diagnostic tools manage and extend the life of substation transformers. Portable testing equipment enables maintenance personnel to analyze critical substation equipment and improve reliability.

About GE Power Systems

GE Power Systems ( is one of the world’s leading suppliers of power generation technology, energy services and management systems with estimated 2002 revenues of nearly $23 billion. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, GE Power Systems provides equipment, services and management solutions across the power generation, oil and gas, distributed power and energy rental industries.

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