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  • Course No.: E – 2068
  • PDH Units: 5

Course No.: E - 2068
PDH Units: 5

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  • Course No.: E – 2068
  • PDH Units: 5

Course No.: E - 2068
PDH Units: 5

Intended Audience: electrical, mechanical and computer engineers


This course will teach the impact of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) while highlighting the role of energy storage on the electric transmission and distribution grid. This webinar will discuss the critical role energy storage will play in the 100% clean and renewable energy systems by 2050 or sooner. Various energy storage stacking options will be discussed in great detail including:

  •  Deferring transmission and distribution load relief projects
  • Peak shifting
  • Microgrids
  • Solar smoothing
  • Non-wire solutions

 Additionally, various energy storage types, applications, key energy storage components, critical information, and battery management systems will be discussed. We will highlight the impact of energy storage on the power generation, transmission, and distribution systems as well as utilizing DERs’ inverters and other fast acting electronics to adjust the voltage. Solar performance during sunny, cloudy and peak days will be analyzed as well as the impact of the frequency market energy storage.

 This course is intended for electrical, mechanical and computer engineers as well as others involved in a technical and non-technical level in the renewable energy world who are interested in learning more about the future of the energy systems and the impact of solar, wind, energy storage, fuel-cells, distributed generation, etc. and how to maintain a reliable grid.

Learning Objectives

At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
  • Familiarizing with distribution energy resources at a high level
  • Learning about different energy storage types
  • Learning about the different state goals
  • Understanding the Power Triangle
  • Discussing stacking options
  • Understanding grid interconnections
  • Understanding the per-unit system
  • Learning about battery management systems

Please Join us for our next live interactive presentation tomorrow (Wednesday, 6/5, 2pmET).

Join us next Wednesday, for design and ethical issues that led to the fire failure.
[Live Webinar] “Hold Safety Paramount” to Prevent Loss of Life - the Case of the Ford Pinto Fires.



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