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Plain Talk About the Electric Power System

Online Course Series

 

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Recorded June 26-28, 2018

POWER SYSTEM BASICS 
 
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 
 
TRANSMISSION SYSTEM  
 
 
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Welcome to IEEE Power & Energy Society's Plain Talk About the Electric Power Industry
 
 
  • Are you a professional working in or with the Power Industry who would like to learn more about the Electric Power System?
  • Would you like to learn more about the technical aspects of the industry in a format that is geared to non-technical professionals?
  • Are you an engineer new to the industry, or working in another industry who would like to gain a basic overview of the electric power system?
 
 
If you answered YES to any of the questions above, register now for one, two or all three  "Plain Talk About the Electric Power Industry courses- Power System Basics", "Distribution System"  and "Transmission System" presented by the IEEE Power & Energy Society.
 
 

 

THE COURSE CURRICULUM includes:  
 
Day 1:  Power System Basics - Understanding How the Bulk Electric Power System Works. The courses will provide you with the practical knowledge you need to help you understand the electric power system and enable you to apply that knowledge to your job so you can work more effectively.
 
Day 2:  Distribution System - Delivering Power to the Customer.  This course will provide you with an overview of the issues associated with the planning, engineering, design, operation, and automation of electrical distribution systems. Types of distribution systems and network circuits, as well as engineering issues related to distribution systems will be explored. New concepts in the design, challenges, and operation of smart grid will be addressed. This course is intended for those who are not familiar with the delivery of electricity to the end user.
 
Day 3:  Transmission System - The Interconnected Bulk Electric System. This course will provide you with the fundamental concepts of power, energy, and power system stability as they relate to the grid and enable you to apply that knowledge to your job so you can work more effectively. A high-level understanding of the electric utility industry is recommended as a prerequisite.
 
 

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PLAN TO JOIN US ONLINE if you work within the power industry in a non-engineering capacity, or if you are a new power engineer or one transitioning to the power industry from another field. Others who would benefit from the courses are those who work with the industry, such as utility board members, business executives, power brokers, power marketers, government officials, regulatory or legislative staff members, public affairs administrators, media professionals, attorneys, economists, accountants, or anyone with an interest in learning about the electric power systems upon which we all depend.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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