Course Description

Renewable energy continues to grow and has become an accepted generation source. In order to maximize the value of renewable energy and provide additional benefits, energy storage has become a viable part of these systems, including applications such as microgrids.

This course will provide an introduction to energy storage, including:

  • Battery energy storage
  • Pumped hydro 
  • Compressed air energy storage 
  • Super capacitors
  • Fuel cells

See specific content information below in the "Attend and you Will Learn" section.

Why You Should Attend

You will be presented with applications of these energy storage technologies, including examples of commercial applications. You will also be presented with an overview of the current energy storage technology providers and the markets they serve.

 See specific content information below in the "Attend and you Will Learn" section.

Who Should Attend

  • Facility managers
  • Energy managers
  • Engineers
  • Plant managers
  • Electricians
  • Maintenance managers
  • Existing qualified electrical workers
  • Maintenance technicians

Attend and You Will Receive

  • 7.5 PDH/ 0.7 CEUs
  • Reference notebook with activities
  • A networking luncheon and breaks
  • A certificate of completion from North Carolina State University

Attend and You Will Learn / Expected Outcome

Attend and You Will Learn

  • Basics of energy storage in batteries
  • Parameters used in the control and measurement of energy storage
  • Different energy storage technologies and applications in which they perform best
  • Applications of energy storage coupled with solar 
  • Use of battery energy storage in microgrids
  • Industry trends and forecasts in the use of energy storage
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