The training was designed to improve the capacity of Working Group members to carry out multi-hour grid analyses in PSS/E, which are in line with current ENTSO-E guidelines for C
While the previous PSS/E training was more focused on theoretical usage of PSS/E software, this workshop focused more on practical usage of PSS/E software within EUCL departments.
The session of courses for SCC: CGMES format, advanced TNA software usage and network, market and application aspects of transmission capacity calculation
The project involves training of SCC engineers about the format and the application of CGMES (CIM xml) format, at Individual and Common Grid Models (IGM, CGM), and at Euopean Merging Function (EMF).
For the purposes of the Serbian TSO EMS A.D., in the period August-September 2017, EKC conducted a GTMax software training focusing on electricity market modelling and analysis in scope of power system development planning.
While the previous PSS/E training focused more on theoretical usage of PSS/E software, this workshop focused more on practical usage of PSS/E software within TANESCO departments.
EKC provided a one day NTC Calculation workshop followed by a three day HVDC modeling workshop to continue to build institutional capacities within the Black Sea Regional Transmission Planning Project TSOs.
Eighteen engineers from the transmission system operators and power utilities in Ethiopia, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda participated in the PSS/E training and EATP Working Group meeting.
EKC organized two week training for advanced PSS/E users from September 26th to October 07th.
Training was held at CESI (Milan) for the purposes of the Ethiopian and Kenyan TSOs.
With the goal of building transmission system planning expertise, a five-day workshop on load flow modelling and analysis in the Power System Simulator for Engineers (PSS/E) network planning software was conducted on June 13-17, 2016 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania for the
The training was conceived as continuation of the training held in Kigali, Rwanda in October 2015.