Three classes in Stray Voltage Investigation for dairy producers and agricultural professionals are typically held each year. Stray Voltage Investigator’s Classes were developed by the University of Wisconsin, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection.
In response to requests from the Wisconsin State government as well as the UW-Madison campus, we have postponed the introductory stray voltage investigators courses originally scheduled for May of 2020. We traditionally run the advanced analysis course in early October. We will stay in sequence and offer the introductory and field testing courses next, followed by the advanced analysis course. We will assess the situation in July and determine if one or more courses will be offered in October of 2020.
Instructors are Paul Ortmann of Idaho Power, Doug Reinemann of the University of Wisconsin, and Robert Fick, Brian Costello, and Michael Haas of Alliant Energy.
To get an idea of what the Intro and Intermediate classes will cover, see the brochure for the cancelled spring class.
To get an idea of what the advanced class covers, see last year’s brochure.This article was posted in News.