Metering II 2019

NEPPA’s Metering II Program builds upon the metering basics learned in Metering I for a more in-depth exploration of systems, installations, power factor and emerging technologies.  Metering II combines classroom instruction with student practice. 




NEPPA Training Center

200 New Estate Road

Littleton, MA 01460


Course Dates


Session 1: Aug. 5, 2019

Session 2: Aug. 26, 2019

Session 3: Sep. 9, 2019

Session 4: Sep. 30, 2019

Session 5: Oct. 21, 2019

Session 6: Nov. 4, 2019

Session 7: Nov. 18, 2019

Session 8: Dec. 9, 2019


Please note that dates are subject to change.


Students will Learn


  • Applying meters
  • Power factor and how it's used in metering
  • Industry best practices and troubleshooting existing meter installations for errors
  • Interpreting meter wiring diagrams for accurate meter installations
  • Programming for electronic meters
  • Polyphase systems and applying the proper meter for a specific application


Course Prerequisites


Completion of Metering I is strongly recommended. A basic knowledge of mathematics is beneficial.


Prerequisites may be waived by instructor based on work experience.




Members: $1,550
Non-Members: $2,300


Registration fee includes coffee and lunch.


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Please see the information below regarding instructors and lodging.


If you have any questions please contact the training & education coordinator, Colleen Del Signore, at either or 978-540-2209.




Steve Socoby, Director of Training & Education

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Steve has 36 years of hands on experience in all facets of operations, of public power utilities including: Line Superintendent; supervision of crews, maintenance, new construction, reliability and associated plant & sub-station responsibilities. He is a recognized expert in safety and OSHA compliance.


In his role of Director of Training, he is responsible for development and quality of safety & technical programs. He also oversees the line-workers’ school and teaches utility management and supervision, electronic controls and power-line operation programs.


Recognized as an industry leader and expert Steve has received the Distinguished Service Award from the Northeast Public Power Association and been recognized by the Maine State Legislature for his previous 30 Years of Distinguished Service. Steve attended the University of Maine at Orono.