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Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) President & CEO Michael W. Howard
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34 Ratings

    Fairly Good Research Organization

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    Former Employee - Project Manager - Fossil Power Generation in Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Project Manager - Fossil Power Generation in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)


    Worked on interesting Engineering Research projects.
    Interacted with knowledgeable technical professional in the field.
    Learned research project management.
    Attended and participated in many different professional seminars and events.
    Good research environment.


    Too much theory, more practical experiments are needed.

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    Management need to let project team to practical experiment in the field to gain the inside problem of the participated members.

    Neutral Outlook
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Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Interviews

Updated Oct 24, 2014
Updated Oct 24, 2014

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    Technical Leader Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Charlotte, NC
    Anonymous Employee in Charlotte, NC
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) in August 2014.

    Interview Details

    Phone call to plan the date. Interview was with about half a dozen people who were managers as well as peers. Some were long time employees and some were new. Some of the interview questions were technical and others were standard about how to approach resolution to a problem, how to manage projects and related topics. The interview process lasted all day and included me giving a technical presentation to a small group. I got to select the topic and was informed in advance so that I would have something prepared. The group asked good questions.

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    • The most challenging questions were related to my presentation - the people in the room were really paying attention and wanted more in-depth information than was included in the slides   Answer Question
    • There were questions about moving across the country, and how i felt about that   Answer Question
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Website www.epri.com
Headquarters Palo Alto, CA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1973
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Business Services
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) knows there's more to electricity than putting a plug in a socket. The institute consists of investor-owned and government-owned utility companies, as well as other industry representatives. EPRI is a not-for-profit research consortium that organizes and funds collaborative research. The organization identifies and works on issues related to electricity generation, delivery, and use, including questions related to environmental protection. EPRI maintains offices in Madrid and Tokyo, as well as in about a half a dozen locations... More

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