Short Course: Power Electronics in Microgrids
The integration of distributed generation, load balancing and energy storage form the model of a microgrid, and power electronics (PE) have become an important part of modern design. Not only are many storage and distributed generation systems connected to the microgrid via PE converters, many modern loads use some sort of power conversion to ensure high-efficiency and high-performance operation.
Taught by NC State University faculty and industry professionals, this course is targeted towards working professionals with backgrounds in engineering, including project engineers, program managers, system integrators, and utility engineers. A detailed course outline will be available soon.
|Mesut Baran, Ph.D.||NC State University|
|David Lubkeman, Ph.D.||NC State University|
|Ning Lu, Ph.D.||NC State University|
|Len White, Ph.D.||NC State University|
|Srdjan Lukic, Ph.D.||NC State University|
|Kevin Meagher, CEO||Power Analytics|
|Aleksandar Vukojevic||Duke Energy|
Microgrid Short Course Topics
|State of the Art Microgrids|
|Components & Energy Resources|
|Protection & Coordination|
|Primary & Secondary Controls|
|Future of Microgrids|
The cost of this course is $900.00 for FREEDM Industry Members and $1200.00 for non-members.
- August 15 | 8:00 AM
- August 17 | 5:00 PM
- NC State University