TSDOS 2020

The 53rd Annual Transmission & Substation Design & Operation Symposium

September 9-11, 2020
Embassy Suites Dallas - Frisco

In wake of recent events, we want to inform you that we are monitoring and remaining mindful of the current changes taking place within our communities. As strong supporters of the industry and this annual event, our attendees’ well-being is our top priority. Thank you for allowing us to continue to safely serve you. We look forward to the conference in September, but are also prepared to make any necessary adjustments as needed.

This conference is designed to promote the exchange of ideas and experience for the benefit of those people concerned with transmission and substation design and development.

The Call for Your Abstracts is Now Open Here.


Phil Wilson
Phil Wilson

Phil Wilson became LCRA’s 11th general manager on Feb. 3, 2014. LCRA’s general manager serves as the organization’s chief executive officer and carries out LCRA Board policy, manages LCRA’s relationships with its customers and stakeholders, appoints and directs executive staff, and oversees projects and operations that support LCRA’s public service mission.

Prior to joining LCRA, Wilson was executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation. Under the direction of the Texas Transportation Commission, he managed, directed and implemented TxDOT policies, programs and operating strategies. He also represented TxDOT before the Texas Legislature and other entities. Before joining TxDOT in 2011, Wilson served as senior vice president of Public Affairs and as a corporate officer for Luminant, Texas’ largest electric generation company. In 2007, then-Gov. Rick Perry appointed Wilson as Texas’ 106th Secretary of State. In that position, he was the chief elections officer and the chief international protocol officer for Texas. Wilson also served as chair of the Governor’s Competitiveness Council and on the Texas Border Security Council.

Wilson previously served as the chair of the Board of Directors of the Austin Chamber of Commerce and as the chair of the chamber’s Opportunity Austin initiative, in addition to having served on the chamber’s executive committee. Wilson currently serves on the boards of the Large Public Power Council and Texas Public Power Association. Wilson has a Master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and a bachelor’s degree from Hardin-Simmons University.

Attendee registration includes access to all conference activities, sessions, and meals.

Early Bird Attendee Fee $395 (expires June 30, 2020)
Attendee Fee $495
Please note: Refunds are not permitted; however, you may transfer your registration to another person. The deadline to make a substitution is August 21, 2020.

Substitution Form is Here

Loading posts...
Sort Gallery