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Renewable Energy Sources and the Smart Grid

This course examines electricity production from various forms of renewable energy, and provides a survey of the function, operation and vision of the smart grid. Renewable energy sources including solar, wind, tidal, geothermal and others are studied in detail, covering availability, dispersion, methods of recovery, utilization and integration into the Smart Grid.

Who should participate? This course is designed for technicians, customer service representatives, line workers, electricians, system operators, transmission planners, IT-cyber security officers, engineers, and anyone else interested in learning about renewable energy and the smart grid.

Applicable Utility Industry Job Titles:
Apprentice Lineman, Foreman, Troubleman, Electrical Engineer, Engineer Tech, Associate or Representative, Analyst, Designer, Fieldman, Project Manager, Analyst, Trainer, Training Specialist, Supervisor, Manager, Coordinator

What is the delivery method? This is an online, self-study course with approximately 10-12 hours of content and is worth 1 CEU.

What is the course schedule? The course is open for registration at any time. Participants will have access to the course until June 30. All registrations received the month of June will have access until June 30 of the following year. The participant will have access to the material within three (3) working days after registration.

How do I pay for the course? Credit Card, Electronic Check and Company Billing payment options are available.

* Refunds granted at the participant's request prior to the course start date will incur a $15 processing fee. If the cancellation is requested more than one (1) business day after the registration is processed, no refund is available.

Individual Credit Card Payment Registration

Company Billing Registration (document)
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Questions? Contact the National Energy Center of Excellence at 701.224.2519, 800.852.5685 or and ask about our Smart Grid courses.