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For information on our Master of Electrical Power Engineering see the Postgraduate Education page
1-2 June 2022
Online Delivery Integration of Renewable and Distributed Generation This course will provide a practical understanding of the principles, practices and problems associated with grid integration of distributed energy resources. More details
Online Delivery Application of the NER for Connection of Renewable Energy This course will cover a number of topics related to the application of the NER and system strength impact assessments required for the connection of large renewable energy generators. More details
Online Delivery Advanced Quality of Electrical Supply This course is an advanced course which builds on the Introductory Quality of Electrical Supply course and is designed to expand the coverage of selected power quality topics in order to give participants practical skills in the analysis and mitigation of specific problems. More details
Online Delivery Battery Energy Storage This course has been designed to assist any individual who is interested in or requires a better understanding of the capabilities of battery energy storage systems, their advantages and disadvantages and how they can best be integrated into the electricity networks of the future. More details
Application of Australian Standards for Management of Harmonics, Unbalance & Flicker A course on the application of Australian standards for allocation of harmonic, flicker and unbalance emission levels. More details
Continuing Education courses are offered at all levels. These range from
The Centre, together with the School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, has access to considerable experience at running practical modular short courses for Industry and several are planned in the power quality area.
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Examples of other courses available are:
Other courses that can be arranged include Electrical Drive Systems and Power Quality from an Energy Managers Perspective.
Workshops on Australian and International Standards are also available. Arrangements can be made to have the above courses or specially tailored courses on various aspects of power engineering delivered at your business (minimum numbers apply).
For further information and enquiries contact the Power Quality and Reliability Centre.
|Mr Sean Elphick|
|Tel: +61 (0)2 4221 4737|