Attending one of Enerdynamics' acclaimed training seminars offers advantages you won't find elsewhere. If your notion of training is listening to uninspired lectures, you're in for a surprise! Our seminars are highly interactive and include individual and group exercises and market simulations. This focus on participation ensures that you will return to work with a foundation of knowledge that will prepare you for continued career success. And our instructors are not only experts in their field, they are also highly skilled presenters. But don't take our word for it, see what others have said in the detail pages of each seminar listed below.
If you are on your own or have a small group to train, consider attending one of our public seminars. Each year we take our most popular seminars on the road and chances are we'll be in a city near you soon. And in addition to the best learning experience possible, you'll have the chance to network with other industry professionals both in and out of class. Click here to see a calendar of upcoming seminars.
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This beginning level course is designed for those with a limited knowledge of the regulation and markets for greenhouse gases (GHGs). The course provides an overview of which GHGs are likely to be regulated, how GHG emissions are measured, the philosophy behind GHG regulation, how current state-level regulations work, how federal regulations are likely to work, how markets are a fundamental part of regulatory schemes, and how market participants can successfully respond to GHG regulation.
In this interactive two-day seminar you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the business of electricity and how you and your company fit into the big picture. If you are new to the electricity industry, or even a veteran wanting more details on how all the pieces fit together, Electric Business Understanding will help you connect the dots to make sense out of this complex and rapidly changing business.
In this interactive one-day seminar you will gain a comprehensive understanding of how greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions are created in the electric industry and the various ways in which the electric industry might reduce them. Whether you believe that GHGs are causing global warming or not, regulation of them is either already here or soon to come. This course looks at each of the technological options available to the electric industry to reduce GHGs and assesses the costs and opportunities associated with them.
In this interactive two-day seminar you will gain an in-depth understanding of U.S. electric markets, the opportunities and risks that market participants encounter, and the strategies they employ to manage risk and achieve success. If a clear understanding of electric markets and how services are bought and sold in them can benefit you, Electric Market Dynamics can help you make sense of this complex topic
This one-day seminar presents an overview of the physical electrical system. If you are new to the industry, or even a veteran who was never fully exposed to the physical aspects of the electrical business, Electric System Fundamentals is designed to help you better understand these basic principles
This one-day seminar presents details on the obstacles faced when integrating high penetration renewables onto the electric grid as well as the tools used by system operators to allow integration while maintaining reliability. You will learn the characteristics of renewable generation that impact grid integration, how these characteristics impact system operations, the key operational issues given these impacts, tools for reliably overcoming impacts, costs for implementing these tools, and the role for new flexible resources in support of renewables integration.
In this interactive one-day seminar you will gain a solid understanding of how utility Demand Side Management (DSM) programs work. Whether your exposure to DSM programs is at the utility level or from the perspective of supply planning or procurement, this course will help you to understand the goals, challenges and opportunities for utility DSM programs. Details on how programs are planned, designed, implemented, and then evaluated are also included in this course.
This one-day entry-level course is designed for those with a limited knowledge of the regulation and markets for power emissions including particulates, SO2, NOx, mercury, and greenhouse gases (GHG). The course provides an overview of which emissions are regulated, the philosophy behind the regulation, current regulations and how they work, the many proposed or recently implemented regulations, how markets are a fundamental part of some regulatory schemes, how emissions markets work when they are used, and how emissions regulations impact overall electricity markets.
In this interactive one-day seminar you will get a solid understanding of the various renewable technologies used in the U.S. today, how they can be integrated into the physical grid, how government policy and markets are combining to lead to rapid growth in renewables, and a vision of what the future may hold.
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