EGSA Committees

CommitteesEGSA Committees are composed of volunteer EGSA members who contribute their knowledge and time to forward the Association's activities. Committees meet twice a year - during the Spring and Fall Conferences - to review projects in their zone of responsibility and recommend actions to the Board of Directors.

How to Participate on EGSA Committees

There is no formal Committee Sign-Up process in EGSA. If you are interested in participating on a committee (and making an impact on the association and the industry), the best course of action is to let the committee's chairperson know of your interest, and to show up at committee meetings. Then be sure to volunteer when the committee needs someone to accomplish a specific task.

Are you a Committee Officer?

Please visit our Committee Officers page to find forms and templates for your use throughout your term. 

Standing Committees

Standing committees are committees that do the work of the association from year to year. They each have a role to play in how EGSA moves forward in various areas over time.  Each committee meets in person twice a year at our Spring and Fall conferences, and over conference call in between meetings.  To get involved, simply attend the next conference and sit in on a meeting.  

EGSA's current committees are listed below, click on each committee name to learn more.

Codes & Standards Surveillance

Conference Planning




Government Relations

International Trade

Market Trends

Marketing & Communications


Microgrid/Renewables and CHP

Technical Oversight

Ad Hoc Committees

Ad hoc committees are special committees, usually with a closed membership, that take on one-time or specific-goal projects. They can be created, changed, and disbanded by the Board of Directors at any time.

Loadbank Certification Committee

This committee is an offshoot of the Education committee tasked with developing an EGSA certification program for Load Banks.

Technician Certification Committee

Verify that certification activities are consistent with the program’s objectives, oversee the administration and management of the program, formulate recommendations for program improvements, and consider appeals that have been registered and render appropriate decisions.