EGSA's On-Site Power Generation: A Comprehensive Guide to On-Site Power book is usually referred to as the reference book or the "bible" of the industry. Since the introduction of the first edition in 1990, people from every aspect of On-Site Power Generation have relied on this book to learn more about the theory and technologies of the components that comprise an on-site electrical generator system.
On-Site Power Generation has been updated for the fifth time. This book contains the most complete and up-to-date technical information covering on-site electrical power generation. The Fifth Edition of this easy-to-read reference book contains application guides for virtually all phases of on-site power generation equipment, from the various types of prime movers and their accessories to electrical fundamentals and alternators, from enclosures to switchgear, controls, and everything in between.
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Part 1: Tuesday 6/21/2022 (2-3pm EST)
Part 2: Thursday 6/23/2022 (2-3pm EST)
Course Description: Load Banks are a critical component for proper, reliable power system operation. This training session will expose the student to the different types of load banks, their applications, and will detail how a load bank tests a power source. This training module will also address the important topics of load bank safety and best practices.
Part 1 - Tuesday June 28, 2022 (2-3pm EST)
Part 2 - Thursday June 30, 2022 (2-3pm EST)
Course Description: This session is designed for students with a solid understanding of on-site power systems that seek a basic understanding of the specification and bid process as it relates to the industry. Class work includes analyzing a sample set of plans and specifications. With these documents, students learn the roles of the individuals and companies that influence the design process. In addition, students will learn to identify the various documents, codes and standards used by engineers, contractors and others.
Part 1 - Wednesday July 6, 2022 (2-3pm EST)
Part 2 - Thursday July 7, 2022 (2-3pm EST)
Course Description: This module will define and describe the instrumentation required to monitor and control the operation of On-Site Power Systems.