Power Analytics is committed to providing the best power systems modeling and diagnosis products available, however powerful tools are just the start. Whether you need Paladin® DesignBase™ software training, a general power system course, or assistance using our software on your projects, our training and continuing education courses are the perfect way to continually add depth to your power systems design knowledge.
These classes emphasize the basic power system concepts and algorithms including short circuit and protective device coordination, as well as advanced power system concepts and algorithms including power flow and transient stability. Course materials will provide advanced knowledge of how these concepts and algorithms can be leveraged for practical implementations in microgrids and other commercial facilities. Students will get hands on training with modeling and design software, hands on knowledge of equipment and equipment factors, and lessons learned from practical implementations. The Power Analytics Paladin® DesignBase™ software will be used by each student using a temporary license for their PC.
Power Analytics is proud to work with The DOE GridSTAR Center that is part of the College of Engineering of Penn State University. Power Analytics provides joint programs through this program at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. You can find more information at http://gridstarcenter.org/current-courses
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Paladin® University Training Courses
MG-171: Paladin® Microgrid Introduction Workshop
Cost: $199 USD
If you would like to know what a microgrid is and how it could possibly affect you – you should plan to attend this introductory session. This Microgrid workshop will walk participants through what a microgrid is and what it is not, its characteristics, and its potential value proposition. Also the class will provide information around distributed generation, demand management, batteries, and other components of microgrids.
MG-271: Paladin® Microgrid Basics Course
Cost: $299 USD
Microgrid Basics is a first-of-its-kind class, providing students with an understanding of what microgrids are, their types and characteristics, why are they implemented, how are they operated, and what components are usually involved. This class will also provide a basic understanding of the economic and reliability benefits, and other qualitative and quantitative aspects of their value propositions.
MG-375: Paladin® Advanced Power Systems
Cost: $1,600 USD
This short course is a combined offering of the Penn State/DOE GridSTAR Center, Power Analytics Corporation, and Eaton Corporation. It will introduce facets of microgrid design, modeling, and analysis. The class will emphasize the basic power system concepts and algorithms including short circuit and protective device coordination, as well as advanced power system concepts and algorithms including power flow and transient stability. Course materials will provide advance knowledge of how these concepts and algorithms can be leveraged for practical implementations in microgrids and other commercial facilities.
DB-203: Paladin® Principles of Power Systems Modeling
Cost: $2,000 USD
This short course is a combined offering of the Penn State and Power Analytics Training programs. Power Analytics Principles of Power Systems Modeling training course is a three-day, hands-on workshop that teaches users how to build a power systems model, as well as perform studies for power flow, short circuit, protective device coordination, arc flash, and other engineering tasks. Students will use Paladin DesignBase software for power system modeling, and analysis.