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Representing the
Power Engineers of Ontario

 

The Ontario Area of the Institute of Power Engineers is a part of a National organization dedicated to promoting the role played by Power Engineers in our power-dependent economy. It is a profession with an early established history. Locally, we represent Power Engineers in Ontario.

 

The Institute of Power Engineers fosters business relations, social activities and provides technical presentations for the exchange of knowledge and skill. Our web site has been created to serve as a resource centre which covers issues related to Power Engineering. We hope it is both informative and beneficial to everyone who visits.

 

To gain access to the IPE Members page, please contact the Webmaster for the password.

Alternate Rules Survey
Below is a Form Letter that Operating Engineers can use to send a message to their local MPP or any one else that needs to be informed regarding Alternate Rules proposal by TSSA.

Letter for chiefs to send out_3

Open Letters Response to Alternate Rules

Letter from Randy Faulds 2nd Class OE
Letter from Ross Farrant-Alt Rules letter- Original Message
Letter by Randy Purves to letter to MPPs - Randy Purves.
Letter by Letter by Phil Hindley
Letter by Letter to the Opposition-Bill Zeran
Letter by Letter by John (Dick) Budge
Letter to Letter to Jon Breithaupt from Leader of NDP
Institute of Power Engineers

Vision

The Institute of Power Engineers promotes our professional values in the workplace.

Mission Statement

To lead the pursuit of excellence with a unified voice for Power Engineers across Canada, we promote the understanding of safety, efficiency and environmental awareness in collaboration with all stakeholders in our industry.

Up-Front NEWS

  • PWU Opposes Implementation of TSSA's Path 2

    Jun 25, 2020
    The Power Workers Union wrote to the Honorable Lisa Thompson to intervene and stop the imminent changes made by the TSSA.
    Details...
  • PWU Opposes Changes to TSSA Path 2

    Jun 25, 2020
    The letter specifically speaks to the implementation of a Path 2 Risk Safety Management Plan as an “Alternate Rule” to the existing Operating Engineers Regulation O. Reg 219/01. These proposed changes by the TSSA will undermine the safe operation of generating facilities in Ontario
    Details...
    
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What Is a Power Engineer?
Learn more by watching the videos below

National Membership can be obtained through the E-Commerce Section.

Video courtesy of the TSSA
Video courtesy of the National IPE

Are you making changes
to your plant?
Consider donating your used equipment to a College. Send us an email with a brief description and we'll connect you with a College that can make use of educational equipment.

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Have you been in the market
for an Operating Engineer?
Consider hiring and training student Power Engineers.
They are the ultimate replacement for soon to be retired staff.

Check out Markham District Energy's way to address staffing.

MDE Student Employment Plan

There is a letter that  has been sent to all Plant Chief's whose plant's are approved for student learning. This letter can help Plant Chiefs explain the need for allowing Power Engineer students access to practical learning opportunities for their continued advancement.

Power Engineering Letter 2017

Plant Chief
Testimonials
Power Engineer Student Experiences

Read first hand accounts from Plant Chiefs who have provided Power Engineer Students Real Work Experience.

Testimonial - Dan Rosenfeld

 

Membership at the IPE

Be more informed in the profession and attain that edge!

 

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Membership Fees
IPE Regular Membership

Regular Membership
A Regular Member is any certified Power Engineer in Canada.

Associated Membership
An Associated Member is any individual who is interested in the promotion of Power Engineers.

FEES
$125.00/yr  (2020) + $10 initiation fee first year only for both Regular and Associated Membership.

IPE Membership Application-2020

IPE Student Membership

Student Membership
 A Student Member is any Power Engineer student attending an accredited Power Engineer accredited College. This is for Power Engineer students who are in a full time studies. The first year after graduation is $45 for membership as a Student Graduate Member. While Branches are responsible for Student membership, the National Office sends out monthly emails to all members with information on the Power Engineer profession. 

FEES
Please contact your local branch.

IPE Student Member Appl-2020-w-code of ethics

IPE Student Graduate Membership

Student Graduate Membership
A Student Graduate is a Power Engineer student who has recently graduated (up to one year from graduation).

FEES
$45.00.

IPE Membership Application-2020

IPE Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership
A Corporate Member is a company sponsored membership.  Corporate members follow the same rules as regular and associated members.  There is a reduced cost for corporate membership.  Contact the National Office to find out more at nipe[at]nipe.ca.

FEES
Please email the National Office for more details.

Corporate Members

Atlantic Power, Canadian Mist Distillers, Cardinal Power,  Conestoga College, Emerald Energy from Waste, Lake Superior, Lambton College, and Markham District Energy
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