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Future of the Energy System - Simulation Pangea and Volta

The purpose with the Power Grid Program is to create a proactive approach that combines existing and new technologies to optimize the overall performance. From a technical as well as an economic aspect this will minimize the total cost of ownership. We will have a close dialogue on any new opportunities and solutions that we uncover.

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3 dagar

Pris

Per deltagare 12 500 SEK exkl moms
Per grupp 79 000 SEK exkl moms

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Beskrivning
Målgrupp
The purpose with the Power Grid Program is to create a proactive approach that combines existing and new technologies to optimize the overall performance. From a technical as well as an economic aspect this will minimize the total cost of ownership. We will have a close dialogue on any new opportunities and solutions that we uncover.

Benefits from the concepts.
Improved performance and economy of the system and other benefits show how combining existing and new technologies can increase the overall system performance.
Increased degree of utilization by improved supervision, IT/OT* integration, improved stability and security can contribute to improved economy and reduce total cost of ownership.
As an example, utilization of relevant data to achieve a real-time performance analysis of T&D assets, from one end of the enterprise to the other, can be realized with Asset Performance Management (APM). The result of this analysis will highlight any risk of failure and pinpoint any device at risk. If an important device has a high-risk factor, this is useful information to prioritize and allocate investments to minimize unplanned outages and related costs

Training Program and objectives

This is a one-of-a-kind training program that breaks new ground in smart grid design and innovative developments and showcases the implementation of the future energy system.

We will study digitalization and smart grid best practices with new technologies, innovations and ideas that are spurring the implementation of next generation power systems, growing utility economies, reducing emissions and empowering consumers to conserve and save.

This course gives you an overview of emerging grid infrastructures such as smart grids, micro grids etc. It covers grid technologies, operational issues, economics and integration of renewable power, new consumer patterns and loads such as electric vehicles, etc.

Looking further ahead, we will see how a lack of grid infrastructure can be a barrier to power growth of all types, not just renewables, as well as a unique opportunity to go straight for new, distributed grid/generation models.

Key learning objectives

  • Understand the workings, limitations and upgrading requirements of current energy systems.
  • Analyze how, for example, renewable power sources affect electricity grids, including issues such as capacity, power quality, grid stability, etc.
  • Discuss the evolution of future power systems, particularly those containing significant, and sometimes distributed, intermittent generations and loads.
  • Learn the various solutions which are set to transform power delivery, including “smart grids” & “micro-grids”, electricity storage, digitalization and demand management.
  • Discuss the business model consequences and investment requirements driven by changes in future power delivery.
  • Discuss the importance of the future supervision and control of the grid including control room functions to be more pro-active.


This training course is specifically designed to give a basic, but still, comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the energy system to professionals who need to understand the developments and opportunities in this field. This could include:

  • Heads of policies, political decision makers, system development and strategies
  • Management representatives working e.g.in the field of power, sustainability, environmental aspects, economy and legislation etc.
  • Grid infrastructure planners.
  • Heads of product or project planning and implementation of the future grid.
  • Control room planning engineers and operators
  • Anyone with interest


Beskrivning
The purpose with the Power Grid Program is to create a proactive approach that combines existing and new technologies to optimize the overall performance. From a technical as well as an economic aspect this will minimize the total cost of ownership. We will have a close dialogue on any new opportunities and solutions that we uncover.

Benefits from the concepts.
Improved performance and economy of the system and other benefits show how combining existing and new technologies can increase the overall system performance.
Increased degree of utilization by improved supervision, IT/OT* integration, improved stability and security can contribute to improved economy and reduce total cost of ownership.
As an example, utilization of relevant data to achieve a real-time performance analysis of T&D assets, from one end of the enterprise to the other, can be realized with Asset Performance Management (APM). The result of this analysis will highlight any risk of failure and pinpoint any device at risk. If an important device has a high-risk factor, this is useful information to prioritize and allocate investments to minimize unplanned outages and related costs

Training Program and objectives

This is a one-of-a-kind training program that breaks new ground in smart grid design and innovative developments and showcases the implementation of the future energy system.

We will study digitalization and smart grid best practices with new technologies, innovations and ideas that are spurring the implementation of next generation power systems, growing utility economies, reducing emissions and empowering consumers to conserve and save.

This course gives you an overview of emerging grid infrastructures such as smart grids, micro grids etc. It covers grid technologies, operational issues, economics and integration of renewable power, new consumer patterns and loads such as electric vehicles, etc.

Looking further ahead, we will see how a lack of grid infrastructure can be a barrier to power growth of all types, not just renewables, as well as a unique opportunity to go straight for new, distributed grid/generation models.

Key learning objectives

  • Understand the workings, limitations and upgrading requirements of current energy systems.
  • Analyze how, for example, renewable power sources affect electricity grids, including issues such as capacity, power quality, grid stability, etc.
  • Discuss the evolution of future power systems, particularly those containing significant, and sometimes distributed, intermittent generations and loads.
  • Learn the various solutions which are set to transform power delivery, including “smart grids” & “micro-grids”, electricity storage, digitalization and demand management.
  • Discuss the business model consequences and investment requirements driven by changes in future power delivery.
  • Discuss the importance of the future supervision and control of the grid including control room functions to be more pro-active.


Målgrupp
This training course is specifically designed to give a basic, but still, comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the energy system to professionals who need to understand the developments and opportunities in this field. This could include:

  • Heads of policies, political decision makers, system development and strategies
  • Management representatives working e.g.in the field of power, sustainability, environmental aspects, economy and legislation etc.
  • Grid infrastructure planners.
  • Heads of product or project planning and implementation of the future grid.
  • Control room planning engineers and operators
  • Anyone with interest


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