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This 5 full-day course provides a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities in the rapidly evolving field of renewable energy integration and power system management. Energy professionals taking this course would likely gain valuable insights into the technical, operational, and financial aspects of working with renewable resources in the energy industry. It will assist all energy professionals in the planning and operation of a power system with increasing penetration of renewable resources. The course tackles the key aspects of operating requirements for an integrated, reliable and stable power system. The unique characteristics of renewable resources are discussed from a local, consumer centric and from a system perspective bringing to life the ever-changing paradigm for delivery energy to customers.

The course highlights the technical challenges associated with interconnecting and integrating hundreds of gigawatts of solar power onto the electricity grid, with the same reliability and stability of a conventional power system:

Unique Characteristics of Renewable Resources: It delves into the specific characteristics of renewable resources from both a local and system-wide perspective to understand how the energy landscape is changing due to the growing and rapid penetration of renewable resources.

Technical Challenges of Solar Power Integration: As solar power generation increases, new technical challenges related to system stability and reliably integrating this power into the electricity grid.

Solar Power Forecasting: Solar power generation is highly dependent on weather conditions, so accurate forecasting is crucial. The course introduces state-of-the-art forecasting methodologies and may include case studies from international experiences.

Inverter-Based Resources: Inverter-based resources, photovoltaic (PV) systems, Battery Electricity Storage Systems, and demand response, are discussed. These technologies play a key role in increasing the penetration of renewables and optimizing customer resources.

Inverter-Based Generators' and BESS Functions: The contribution of inverter-based generators and Battery Storage Systems to power system stability and quality is emphasized, including voltage support, frequency response, regulation, reactive power control, and power quality.Microgrids and Automated Energy Management: The course covers how microgrid controllers enable fully automated energy management, likely focusing on their role in enhancing energy resilience and efficiency.

Distributed Energy Resources (DERs): DERs are analyzed in detail, both from technical and financial perspectives. This includes discussions on project financing and cost recovery strategies for DERs.

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