In the context of your work, have you ever asked yourself the following questions?
- Who are the stakeholders in the electricity supply system, and what are their roles and responsibilities?
- How does the electricity supply system work, and what are its main components?
- What safety and protection systems are in place in the grid?
- What exactly is the difference between current, voltage, power and energy?
- What are active and reactive power, and why are they important?
- How is network power quality influenced?
- How are supply and demand matched in electricity markets, and what can the role of storage be?
- How is it decided which production units supply electricity?
- What is meant by power flow and network congestion?
- What effects do renewable energy resources have on the grid and the market?
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This course is also available on request in English or Dutch (course content, location and duration can be adapted to your specific wishes). Please contact us for more information.
- voltage, current power and energy
- electromagnetic fields
- Ohm's law
- conductors, insulators, inductors and capacitors
- batteries and inverters
- active and reactive power
- Grounding and protection:
- grounding systems
- overcurrent protection
- Grid structure:
- function and voltage levels
- grid components
- Direct current vs. alternating current, three-phase systems
- Load and generation:
- grid capacity
- distributed and renewable generation, load and coincidence
- power flow and voltage control
- load duration curve
- Electricity markets:
- stakeholders and their roles
- balancing supply and demand
- ancillary services
- unit commitment and economic dispatch
- challenges and developments in power markets
- market coupling and European initernational developments
Anyone whose work involves the electricity supply system directly or indirectly, and who wants to increase their understanding of the related issues.