A few steps and the EPRO EMP Handbook is yours:

Click here to join EIS membership (currently offered at no charge)

Check your email. After you join, you will receive an email with your credentials from info@eiscouncil.org (if you don’t see the email within a few minutes, please check your “spam” folder)

Click on the white “members login” box (in the upper right corner of the homepage) to access the member’s zone and library.

Your members’ login will take you to the EIS library. The EPRO EMP Handbook is the first download link, at the top of the EPRO Handbooks section.

Please share this page with your network! The Handbook, offered to members in digital form at no charge for a limited time, is available in paperback and ebook versions on Amazon.


“Leading power companies and their partners (including government regulators) are investing in prudent, prioritized measures to reduce their EMP vulnerabilities and enable effective restoration following an EMP-induced large scale power outage. This Handbook captures and shares their emerging best practices, providing a comprehensive menu of the best options to accomplish these protection and restoration goals, along
with a summary of the most recent EMP research and testing results.”

You can also order a hard copy of EPRO® HANDBOOK IV: EMP on Amazon.

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