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Fundamentals of Distributed Energy Resources

November 30 - December 3

Course Overview

Learn about Distributed Energy Resources including traditional and renewable energy sources, energy storage, impact of electric vehicles to power grid, microgrids.

Participants will:

  • Learn various types of DER, including generators, solar, and wind power
  • Understand the benefits of energy storage for residential and grid applications
  • Learn integration of electric vehicles to the grid
  • Define microgrids and its benefits in modern power system
  • Understand how grid connected inverters work and interfaces to the power system
  • Learn about protection and integration of DER and Smart Grids into the power system

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Who Should Attend?

  • Utility Engineers
  • Renewable Energy Engineers
  • Engineers from Original Equipment Manufacturers
  • Solar Power Engineers
  • Wind Power Engineers
  • Technical Professionals for DER
  • System Integrators
  • Project Engineers
  • Technical Leaders

Course Outline

Introduction to DER

Generators   

Solar Power Generation

  • Components and systems

Wind Power Generation

  • Components and systems

Energy Storage for Residential and Grid Applications

Grid Connected Inverters

Impact of Electric Vehicles to Grid, Charging, and Infrastructure

DER Interconnection Requirements Including IEEE 1547

Grid Control

  • Grid following vs. grid making
  • transient response
  • differences between synchronous generation and GCI based control

Introduction of Microgrids

Microgrid Integration and Standards

DER and Microgrid Protection and Control

Microgrid Stability

Wireless Network and Cloud Computing for Microgrid Energy Management 

Details

Start:
November 30
End:
December 3
Event Category:
Website:
https://epd.wisc.edu/courses/fundamentals-of-distributed-energy-resources/

Organizer

Prof. Bulent Sarlioglu
Phone:
800-462-0876
Email:
sarlioglu@wisc.edu

Venue

Madison
Madison, WI United States + Google Map