Volt/Var Regulation and Optimization Workshop
The course is developed for electrical engineers involved with the design and/or optimization of electrical distribution networks. The workshop provides participants with an understanding of the components of Volt/VAR control and the associated electric distribution system. Volt/VAR optimization is a process of optimally managing voltage levels and reactive power to achieve more efficient grid operation by reducing system losses, peak demand or energy consumption or a combination of the three. Course also focuses on grounding, harmonics and ferroresonance. Curriculum will center on overall system coordination rules and daily procedures.
Who Should Attend?
Curriculum has been developed for electrical engineers involved with the design and/or operation of T&D or substation applications.
Industry Expert Instructors
Multiple instructors are utilized to teach these workshops. All instructors are degreed electrical and power engineers with extensive practical knowledge and industry experience in Volt/var applications.
- Power systems engineers will guide learners through theory
- Factory professionals provide application and manufacturing expertise
- Field experts train learners about real-world examples
- Questions and discussion
Travel, Hotel, and Meals
Attendees are responsible for all travel and hotel expenses.
- Classes begin at 7:30 am and end at 4:00 pm each day, please plan travel accordingly.
- Ground transportation will be provided; to and from the airport, and to the training site if applicable.
- Please specify Cooper Power Systems Workshop when making reservations.
- All meals will be provided each day, plus a welcome reception the night before Workshop begins.
Eaton reserves the right to cancel its training classes up to three weeks prior to the start date. Eaton has a no-refund cancellation policy once a customer has registered for a class, except in cases of illness, death, or extreme weather conditions. Refunds will only be made to the credit card provided. Student substitution for the same class or credit for future class is allowed.