Modern electrical substations are made up of highly complex devices covering a range of technologies that require a diversity of engineering disciplines for their design, integration and implementation. The best substation designers have a good understanding and working knowledge of all of these disciplines and technologies.
This two-day course covers the major and most salient aspects of delivering high-voltage substations, including design, procurement, construction and commissioning. The course will help participants develop economic, sustainable and safe installations.
You’ll learn how to choose the most appropriate plant configuration for a substation; select an initial layout which is both practical and economic; develop detailed estimates of the cost of constructing a substation; plan and carry out substation construction, testing and commissioning.
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This course is particularly useful for engineers in all disciplines who are associated with high-voltage installations. Business executives and technology professionals, energy NGOs and energy sector PSUs, manufacturers, consultants and contractors to the electricity supply industry will also find this course valuable.
We recommend that participants in this course have a working knowledge of electrical transmission technology and power system engineering, however this is not a specific prerequisite. All executives and professionals associated with the profession will benefit from this course.
Anurag Gupta has more than 35 years of experience in the energy sector during which he has gained excellent project management, engineering design and general management skills backed by a thorough technical understanding of the industry.
He provided strategic advice relating to the planning and project delivery for the development of the national grid in New Zealand and has managed a portfolio of significant substation projects across Australia and New Zealand.
Anurag has a sound technical background in power engineering. He has assisted in the delivery of a course on substation design at Queensland University of Technology. He has also authored and presented several papers on innovations in substation design at global forums including CEPSI.
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