Power Systems Engineering Research Center

What we are working toward

An efficient, secure, resilient, adaptable, and economic
electric power infrastructure serving society
PSERC is working to find new uses of PMU data
(S-53G, S-55, S-57, S-59S-65, T-55G, and more)
A new generation of educated technical professionals
in electric power
Power Class
PSERC assists the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative
and maintains PES Careers

Knowledgeable decision-makers on critical energy policy issues
CO2 Chart
PSERC examines markets and policies for power systems (M-29, M-30, M-31, M-32, and more)
Sustained, quality university programs in electric power engineering
Student Lab
PSERC also supports the IEEE-PES
workforce collaborative