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The University of Wisconsin-Madison will be hosting the Analyzing and Minimizing Distribution System Harmonic and Transient Disturbances Course (Course #RA01254-T407). The class will be held at the Pyle Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Dave Mueller and Tom Grebe will be the instructors for the course. Attendees will benefit by understanding voltage and current disturbances that commonly exist on electric utility power systems and how to minimize their impact. The class will include example case studies and representative waveforms for commercial, industrial, and utility facilities, including examples from wind plants and other renewable energy sources.For addition information, or to register for this class, please click here.
- Case Study of a New Type of Ferroresonance in Solar Power Plants
- Fault Induced Delayed Voltage Recovery (FIDVR): Modeling and Guidelines
IEEE PES announced the inaugural recipient of the IEEE PES Erich Gunther Future Power Innovator Scholarship: Sophia A. Tijani from Texas A&M University. Established in memory of our co-founder and friend, Erich Gunther, this scholarship recognizes a student in a power engineering discipline who is dedicating their education to the power engineering sector. We extend our congratulations to Sophia on her award and look forward to honoring her and Erich’s legacy at the formal recognition ceremony during the 10th Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2019) conference in February 2019 in Washington, DC.