IET Course on Distributed Generation Systems (DGS)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 03, 2007||End Date/Time: Sep 05, 2007|
|Registration Date: Aug 24, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 29, 2007|
This event aims to provide engineers with an appreciation of the technical issues relating to distributed generation. This will be achieved through a unique combination of lectures and case studies providing both breadth and depth. The large range of topics covered provides the breadth, from the principal prime movers, to generators, their control and protection, through to connection to the distribution network in compliance with Engineering Recommendation G.59, a copy of which will be provided to delegates.
The depth is provided through four case studies, which will cover in detail fault calculations, protection and earthing of generators and generator sizing. Industrial speakers will present examples of actual installations for each of the principal prime mover technologies: CHP, wind and diesel. In addition, the planning and commercial issues of connection of distributed generation will be addressed.
This event will provide an opportunity to undertake continued professional development for new and experienced engineers alike. The event sold out in 2006, so book early to avoid disappointment.