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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Electric Power Systems by University at Buffalo

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About the Course

This course familiarizes you with standards and policies of the electric utility industry, and provides you with basic vocabulary used in the business. It introduces the electric power system, from generation of the electricity all the way to the wall plug. You will learn about the segments of the system, and common components like power cables and transformers. This course is for individuals considering a career in the energy field (who have a high school diploma, at minimum, and basic knowledge of mathematics), and existing energy sector employees with less than three years of experience who have not completed similar training and would benefit from a course of foundational industry concepts. The course is a combination of online lectures, videos, readings and discussions. This is the first course in the Energy Production, Distribution & Safety specialization that explores various facets of the power sector, and features a culminating project involving creation of a roadmap to achieve a self-established, energy-related professional goal. To learn more about the specialization, check out a video overview at

Top reviews


May 9, 2020

The course was very easily explained including all the minor details it's like a journey of powers system where you get to know about all the key elements required to have the knowledge in this field.


Jan 17, 2020

What an Extraordinary Course, I really appreciate meeting with such a skilled professor and a tutor too.\n\nThough his main focus was on the USA and quiz were mainly focusing on the USA not globally.

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By Praveen K s

Jul 12, 2020

this course is benifical for giving basic knownledge of electric power.


Jun 27, 2020

Thank you so much for this course, explains everything in a simple way.

By Er S M

Apr 17, 2021

This was a great course to understand basic of electric power systems.

By Pranjal D

Jun 10, 2020

teacher is excillant my all doubt is clear .voice is to easy and clear


Jun 8, 2020

I learn power distribution and energy sources and how to utilize them.

By Vijay k B

May 18, 2020

basics in electric power system based on Americans standards,thank you

By Harshit S

Apr 24, 2020

Awesome Course, So much information is provided in such small duration


Apr 11, 2020

It was a nice coures give the detailed information about power systems

By Pawar b k

May 9, 2020

this is really helpful and very enjoyable to do . thank you so much !

By Sneha G

Jun 8, 2019

Amazing course by Grinberg professor especially the Smart grid module

By Veeramani

Aug 29, 2020

This will gives many information about electric power system for me.

By prasanjit s

Sep 21, 2019

this is a great crouse for the student and the teacher is very good.

By Ayush M

Sep 2, 2019

thank you coursera, for this course. this will help me in future. :)

By Jessica J S

Aug 1, 2020

Congratulations. It's a completed course in ELectric Power Systems.

By B P

Jun 22, 2020

This session was really helpful.Thank you so much sir and coursera.

By thrinath g

Jun 18, 2020

Thank you very much to learn this course for Electrical Engineering

By Sunildatta N K

Jun 10, 2020

The course is very useful to understand the basics of Power systems

By Muralinath

Jun 3, 2020

It is a useful course that every electrical engineer should undergo

By U V K V T C

Jun 1, 2020

It is very important to know how the electric system is developing.

By katla s k 1

May 1, 2020


By Wajahat A

May 16, 2021

It was very helpful subject to in defining my future career goals.

By AbdiAsis A A

Apr 26, 2021

Thank you coursera i have gained huge knowledge from these course.

By Elarson W

Jul 7, 2020

I learned lots of things and it was a wonderful experience for me.

By Mohammed j

Jun 26, 2020

Really good course and well explained with additional information.

By Manikanta P

May 21, 2020

Excellent overview of current scenario of Electrical power systems