This course provides an overview of the primary functions involved in the operation of an electrical system connected to the grid. The course includes details on how the system operator works with load forecasts, available supply options, requirements for ancillary services, and the capacity of the transmission network to ensure safe and reliable electric supply to end-use customers. This course is also included in the Electric Industry Overview
What you will learn
- How the system operator reliably balance electric supply with demand
- Why the physical properties of electricity and the electrical system make operating a system uniquely challenging
- The role and responsibilities of a system operator
- How the integrity and reliability of the electrical system are ensured by the system operations function
- The key steps a system operator must take to reliably run the system
- The resources system operators use in running the system
- How the system operations function is provided in both a vertically integrated electric market as well as in a competitive market facilitated by an ISO or RTO
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