Electricity Electric Industry Basics

Length: Two days
Prerequisites: None
The electric industry is a unique and complex mix of business, regulation, and technology. Understanding its language, markets, and operational practices can be overwhelming to those entering the workforce and can take years of on-the-job training. Electric Industry Basics is ideal for those new to the industry as well as those more experienced who seek a thorough overview of the electric industry and how it operates. This course examines electricity’s physical system, customers, markets, regulation, and operations, and also explores the future of the electric business based on current trends and forces that are driving industry change.

What you will learn

  • A big-picture perspective of how the electric business operates

  • The various types of electric customers, how they use power, their specific needs, and how services are designed to meet those needs

  • How electricity is generated and how the transmission and distribution systems deliver that electricity to customers

  • How system operators decide what types of generation to dispatch and how they operate the complex electric system at high levels of reliability

  • Which segments of the industry are regulated and how regulation functions in setting rates, determining services, driving infrastructure decisions, and controlling utility profits

  • How electric markets work, the various market structures used in different regions, and how competitive markets continue to evolve

  • Who the key industry participants are and how they use physical and financial strategies to make money and manage risk

  • The key forces driving the future of the electric business

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CPE credits? Absolutely!

Enerdynamics Corp. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN 37219-2417. Website: www.nasba.org

Delivery Method: Group-live

You will receive 16 CPE credits when you successfully complete Electric Industry Basics.

Bring this seminar onsite

If you have 8 or 10 participants, chances are it's cost-effective to have us bring this seminar to you. Save time and travel cost by hosting a seminar at your company site. We can also customize the content for your company or geographic region. Give us a call at 866-765-5432 to discuss your onsite options, or send us an e-mail.