Renewable energy is growing at an astounding pace at the global level, with rapidly declining prices now making it the most cost-effective option for new generation on many energy grids today. This increasing growth of renewable energy is impacting the electric grid in multiple ways, challenging many of the assumptions upon which traditional utility planning and operation relies.
This course will introduce and provide non-technical people with the basics of a substation and all the general components that are inside a substation.
According to the National Association of Women in Construction, 9.8 million people worked in the U.S. construction industry in 2014. Of that number, just 8.9% were women. The goal of this event is to help professionals advance their careers in a traditionally male industry by providing insight into key engineering and construction trends and skills for personal and professional development.
The United States and Canada share the largest and most robust bilateral trading relationship in the world, with Canada acting as the single largest non-domestic supplier of energy to the U.S.
This seminar is targeted toward increasing the knowledge of non-technical staff who work in or have an interest in the electric utility industry. Participants who are not familiar with utilities and electric power systems can significantly benefit from attending.
CI Energy’s 12th Annual BC Power Symposium Mapping Out the Future in an Era of Uncertainty | April 10 – 11, 2018 | Vancouver CI Energy Group’s annual BC Power Symposium is the place to meet industry leaders, forge new relationships, and gain the clarity you need to navigate the evolving power sector. CEA members […]
By neglecting to negotiate her starting salary for her first job, a woman may sacrifice over half a million dollars in earnings by the end of her career. Research reveals that men are four times more likely to ask for higher pay than are women with the same qualifications. Convinced that negotiation requires bluffing, steamrolling, […]
This specialized conference will explore the impact on energy consumption and power operations of the upcoming legal cannabis industry in Canada. It will focus on evaluating key considerations and planning needs that the Canadian energy industry must confront when operating in a market for medical and/or recreational marijuana grows, and discuss the special due diligence required from the power sector, regulators, and cannabis industry to collaborate on best practices.
CI Energy’s 7th Annual Ontario Power Symposium Driving Innovation to Achieve Clean, Reliable and Affordable Solutions | April 24 – 25, 2018 | Toronto CI Energy‘s Ontario Power Symposium provides you the opportunity to engage with senior power sector stakeholders and get up-to-the-minute insights to help you navigate your way through policy updates and plans, […]