PPI | PEER Associate Course at IIT
Monday, May 12, 2014 at 8:00 AM - Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 4:00 PM (CDT)
Get the training needed to define sustainable power systems and become a certified PEER Associate!
Join us Tuesday, March 18, 2014 for PPI's
PEER: Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal, Associate Course.
The PEER Associate Course provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the performance criteria and requirements necessary for designing, managing and assessing the performance of a sustainable electricity system at the building, campus or bulk grid scale. After training, participants will take an exam to qualify for certification as a PEER Associate, someone who can credibly apply the PEER methodology.
PEER ASSOCIATE COURSE AGENDA
Registration and Breakfast
PEER Associate Course (part 1)
Break and Lunch
PEER Associate Course (part 2)
Wednesday, March 19 following the PEER course PPI will host a Microgrid Road Map Workshop
This session will bring together a diverse set of stakeholders to develop a road map that accelerates private and utility investment towards protecting critical facilities and providing valuable grid services. This workshop is optional for PEER course participants.
MICROGRID ROAD MAP WORKSHOP AGENDA
Define critical facilities
Break and Lunch
Identify improvements with consideration for:
Presentation and discussion
We look forward to your participation! For detailed directions to IIT click here.
Perfect Power Institute
The Perfect Power Institute aims to help electricity industry stakeholders build the capability to accelerate investment and innovation that dramatically improves power system performance through education, evaluation and demonstrating the art of the possible. We are differentiated through our holistic rating approach, focus on outcomes, independent benchmarking and collaboration with partners.
The Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal (PEER) program is the nation's first comprehensive, consumer-centric, outcome driven system for evaluating, designing and rating sustainable electricity systems from micro- to bulk-grid scale.
For more information visit our website: www.perfectpowerinstitute.org