This course provides knowledge about electricity and how it must be used as it is generated. Unlike other commodities, there is very little ability to store electricity. Because of the instantaneous nature of the electric system, constant adjustments must be made to assure that the generation of power matches the consumption of power. The electric system we’ve grown to depend on is very complex and dynamic, constantly adjusting to meet changing needs.
Participants will learn the various crucial components of an electric grid and transmission system and how it works.
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