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Power System Elements

This three-day course provides a general overview of the components that make up the Power Grid. Topics of discussion include:

  • major components of generating plants and their inter-relationship,
  • steam, nuclear, hydro, combustion turbine, wind, and solar unit operation theory
  • transmission system components, conductor types, support structures, substation components, and other devices needed to support its operation
  • general design and operation of relay schemes used to offer protection to the various components the electrical grid

This is an introductory course designed for individuals with limited electrical background.

Course Details


MOC Generation Dispatcher
Transmission Owners/Operators
In Person
  • Generating Unit Basics 
  • Transmission Facilities 
  • Bus and Transformer Relays
  • System Loads




NERC Approved:
Yes
NERC ILA #:
PJM_030_PJMFUNPS2
NERC Total CEH:
14
Standards CEH:
0
Simulation CEH:
1
EOP CEH:
0
CEU:
0
CEH/CEU Eligibility:
CEH/CEU eligible on completion of all course sessions.

 

There is no charge to PJM Members or Governmental Entities. Non-Members are charged a nominal fee. Please contact Training Support for more details. All training materials will be provided.