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November 2016

Transformer Tutorial

November 10, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Session 1 & 2: Presentation 1: Preparation of Transformer Specification Ratings Single phase vs Three phase Winding Connections Vector Group Insulation Levels Terminals Accessories Types of Cooling Sound Levels Tap Range and location Taps in Auto-Transformer Items to consider for Taps Tap Changer Application Tap Changer Types Impedance Loss Evaluation Over-Excitation Short-Circuit Requirement Short-Circuit Withstand Special requirements Overloads Implications of Overloads Parallel Operation Rating Plate/Name Plate Alternatives Ambiguity in specification Over specifying Data Sheets Tests Tender Review Design Review Transportation…

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July 2017

DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES: ACCOMMODATION OF INCREASED DER PENETRATION STRATEGIES, SYSTEM IMPACT STUDY PROCESS AND EQUIPMENT DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS (PDH AVAILABLE)

July 20, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This technical meeting will cover the three dimensions to DER deployment: Accomodation of Increased DER Penetration: With the growing demand for Distributed Energy Resources (DER), technology platforms must accommodate the continual expansion and complexity of our systems. This presentation will cover topics such as renewable generation, storage, and demand response as well as how our technology is evolving. DER Interconnection Studies: Interconnections of Distributed Energy Resources require compliance with IEEE 1547 and utility standards. This presentation will cover the basics…

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Distributed Energy Resources: Accommodation of Increased DER Penetration Strategies, System Impact Study Process and Equipment Design Considerations

July 20, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: Maine Section This technical meeting will cover the three dimensions to DER deployment. 1. Accommodation of Increased DER Penetration: With the growing demand for Distributed Energy Resources (DER), technology platforms must accommodate the continual expansion and complexity of our systems.  This presentation will cover topics such as renewable generation, storage, and demand response as well as how our technology is evolving. 2. DER Interconnection Studies: Interconnections of Distributed Energy Resources require compliance with IEEE 1547 and utility standards.…

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