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Training course Smart grids

Two-day training course focusing on economics, regulations and technologies concerning smart grids, smart metering and electric vehicles

Two-day training course designed to provide a sound grounding in the regulatory, economic and technical context of smart grids, both in theory and practice.

The course will take place in Arnhem, The Netherlands. On the second day there will be a visit to the DNV GL High Power Laboratory. For more information please refer to the brochure.

Result:
You will be acquainted with the latest national and international developments in smart grids and related topics.

This training course is only available upon request. Please send us an e-mail if you are interested in this course.

Subjects:

> Electricity grids 
> Economics & regulatory issues 
> Role of energy service companies 
> Smart metering & client requirements 
> PowerMatching City 
> Power quality and network components 
> Electrical transportation 
> Local storage technologies

Target Audience:

Policy makers, financiers, engineers, and anyone working on related products and/or services, e.g. subsidy providers, banks and governmental organizations.

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Irene Heunks
Irene Heunks

Manager Energy Academy

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upon request

Venue:

upon request

Language:

English

Two-day training course designed to provide a sound grounding in the regulatory, economic and technical context of smart grids, both in theory and practice.

The course will take place in Arnhem, The Netherlands. On the second day there will be a visit to the DNV GL High Power Laboratory. For more information please refer to the brochure.

Result:
You will be acquainted with the latest national and international developments in smart grids and related topics.

This training course is only available upon request. Please send us an e-mail if you are interested in this course.

Subjects:

> Electricity grids 
> Economics & regulatory issues 
> Role of energy service companies 
> Smart metering & client requirements 
> PowerMatching City 
> Power quality and network components 
> Electrical transportation 
> Local storage technologies

Target Audience:

Policy makers, financiers, engineers, and anyone working on related products and/or services, e.g. subsidy providers, banks and governmental organizations.