Michael Eby

Michael
Eby
Editor-in-Chief,
Penton Media

 

Mike received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering in 1986 and an M.S. degree in engineering management in 1994 from the University of South Florida. He is currently a member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), and American Society of Business Press Editors (ASBPE).

Prior to joining EC&M as Editor-in-Chief in September 1999, Mike served as the Executive Editor of Transmission & Distribution World magazine for five years. Before joining Penton Media, Mike held various engineering titles within the Substation and Transmission Engineering Groups at Florida Power & Light Co., Juno Beach, FL.

Mike was awarded the Southeastern Electric Exchange (SEE) Excellence in Engineering Award in 1993 and has received numerous regional and national editorial awards for his reporting and writing work in the electrical market.

Articles
Fascination with Fuel Cells
I admit it. I'm fascinated with fuel cell technology. Call me a technical geek, but I just can't help myself. The applications for these devices seem
Plunged into Darkness
It's just a matter of time before it happens. We'll see it on the 6 o'clock news. The report will read something like this: The entire eastern seaboard
Believe It or Not, I Can Read Your Mind
No, I don't claim to be part of the psychic network. Nor do I take part in tarot card readings. But, I do know what you think about EC&M. How so? That's
Not Just Another Industry Trade Show
Electric 2000 Show Preview
Blame Canada?
A recent press release issued by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) made me think of the recent Oscar-nominated song "Blame Canada."
Shopping Will Never Be the Same
I came home from work the other day, and my son was excited to show me the Pokemon trading cards he received by mail ...
New Year Brings New Look to EC&M
Happy New Year! And welcome to a new century. While we survived the dreaded Y2K bug, ate too much over the holidays, and made unrealistic New Year’s resolutions,

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