Course DescriptionFrom long-distance, high-voltage transmission lines through neighborhood distribution to the smart meter in the residential dwelling, this survey course covers the technical, economic and environmental issues surrounding energy transmission. Learn about the challenges of high-power interconnections, and review quality considerations. Advance to the intricacies of outage management systems, reliability benefits of substation automation, economics of capital deferral, energy-loss mitigation using DC transmission, interfacing with demand control systems and infrastructure security. This course lays a solid technical foundation for proposal staff, product developers, system managers, urban planners and business professionals, as well as a contemporary overview for technical staff.
NotesDepartmental contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | (510) 642-4151
Applies Toward the Following Certificate(s) and Program(s)
- Professional Series in Smart Grid Technology : Required Courses (Choose 4)