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We offer a range of training to support your continuing professional development (CPD), either online via www.myenergyuniversity.com or through lunch and learn sessions within your premises. Please review the lunch and learn courses below and if a particular course you are interested in is not in this list please advise and we will confirm whether we have something in development or not.
It starts with why we need meters/metering, and then provides the common electrical meters in the market. Because of various meters in the market, it gives a guide to how to select right meters for different applications.
The seminar Analytics for Buildings offers an overview of what drives current facility management needs, the subsequent solutions presently on offer, and how Analytics can take that a step further as a managed service. An operative account of the technology is covered, followed by tangible examples on the benefits of implementing this technology. Case studies are discussed.
Seminar provides an overview of primary distribution switchgear and its construction.
Seminar provides an overview of secondary distribution switchgear, its construction and typical protection used.
Seminar provides an overview of MV switchgear, and the types of components that are incorporated into the switchgear cubicle. The presentation also includes internal arc and how that affects the design and safety of operators.
Seminar provides an overview of MV distribution networks, and which type of switchgear, and appropriate protection that could be used.
Seminar addresses the co-ordination techniques as specified by BSEN 60947-2 and gives a better understanding of cascading, discrimination and limitation effects of circuit breakers.
This seminar examines the transformer evolution and design, and answers questions raised by EU Eco regulations. It addresses the Eco issues affecting the whole supply chain from manufacturer to end user.
This seminar describes the ways in which we define barriers in Electrical switchboards.
This course provides an overview of harmonics and their generators, current and voltage distortion, harmonic mitigation, applicable standards and summarises the course content.
This seminar is designed to overview energy usage within Commercial and Industrial Buildings and technologies that can enable energy and asset management information to be collated from standard installations through the use of intelligent “Smart” products.
This presentation guide will help customers to better understand how they can comply to the legislation's that focus on Metering energy use in new & existing non-domestic buildings, in relation to Section 6.
This seminar focuses on trends in the market as well as the effects on power quality issues on sites. It will cover the standards and regulations that apply to electricity supply and provides guidance on metering devices and monitoring software that applies to this application.
Seminar provides an understanding of the systems used in UK networks. It will provide information on the types of protection available, their limitations and the issues around grading across a distribution transformer with the LV Network.
This presentation guide will assist delegates to better understand how they can comply to the legislation's that focus on Metering energy use in new and existing non-domestic buildings, in relation to Part L.
This course explains power factor, how power factor corrections works, its typical applications, the benefits and how to select the correct solution and a summaries the course content.
This brief seminar looks at some some recently introduced regulations, including ISO50001, ESOS, BREEAM, DECs, and Soft Landings, with the aim of educating the attendees on the key aspects of each of these regulations, and an overview of the routes to compliance. The seminar also discusses how different solutions (hardware, software, and services alike) can help contribute towards compliance.