This is a two week course. In the first week you will learn about the core activities that the Industry executes to bring electricity to customers. We will review what electricity is, how it is generated, how it is transmitted, how it comes into buildings, and how consumption of electricity instantly feeds back on the transmission and generation of electricity. You will learn to:
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ELECTRIC INDUSTRY OPERATIONS AND MARKETS
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Content was easy to follow and digest - it was a good refresher course for me as I've been in the industry for some time, but within the IT discipline. Learned some new things along the way too.
Great course with a superb faculty. Learnt a lot about the industry and market regulations of electricity. Would really recommend this course to all who are interested in electric industry.
Understanding the concepts of Electricity Market in its relevance and complexity made me realize how it is even more important that electricity will be delivered even to farthest hinterlands.
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