Obtain a solid foundation to renewable energy resources
including solar (both photovoltaic and concentrating solar power), wind power and hydro on distribution and transmission power systems. The class will explore the opportunities and challenges of integrating renewable energy sources into the conventional power grids in the USA and globally. It will present lessons learned from such applications from real-life situations.
- Learn the classification and types of hydroelectric plants
- Wind energy
- Wind turbines
- Solar photovoltaics
- Distribution systems from photovoltaic systems
- Smart inverters
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Recognize applications best suited for distributed renewable energy resources
- Identify the merits and challenges in integration distributed renewable energy resources into the power grid in the transmission and distribution system
- Become cognizant in the use of some of the available analytical tools for locating, sizing, and calculations for distributed renewable energy resources
- Perform essential calculations for sizing different distributed energy resources
- Explain state-of-the-art distributed energy resources components and systems
- Know the latest standards of distributed energy resources
- Renewable Energy: power for a Sunstainable Future - 4th edition by Stephen Peake - ISBN13: 978-0198759751
- Power Grid Resilliency for Adverse Conditions by Nicholas A bi-Sambra SINB13: 978-1630810177
Course Typically Offered: Online in Fall quarter.
Prerequsite: A BS in Electrical Engineering preferred or equivalent knowledge and experience.
Next Step: Upon completion of this course, consider taking other courses in our Power Systems Engineering certificate program.
Contact: For more information about this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Number: ECE-40284
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Power Systems Engineering