GENERAC POWER SYSTEM PRESENTATION ON GENERATOR RELIABILITY
GPS – 130
Understanding generator reliability
(Course Length: 90 min, CEUs: 0.2, PDHs, 2.0)
Explores strategies for value engineering projects
through utilization of best available technologies
and innovations without sacrificing overall
power system reliability. Provides guidelines
for selection of the system best suited to meet
the project’s cost, reliability and performance
criteria. Establishes measures for determination of
reliability and provides tools to establish reliability
criteria for overall engine-generator power system.
Brought to you by IEEE Nebraska’s INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS and POWER & ENERGY Technical Chapters, these courses are certified through Milwaukee School of Engineering.
The registration fee associated with this event is for the presentation and dinner. PDH credit will be awarded to those attending the presentation.