European Power Markets and Infrastructure - EPMI 

CPE Credits Awarded: 2
Categories: The Power Industry, Online Training

European Power Markets and Infrastructure is an online training course to review the fundamentals of the European power market, covering market structure, supply, demand and power flows. Learn how liberalization is changing the structure of the power industry in Europe. Review different fuels used for power generation, and factors affecting the generation mix in Europe. Also cover the key factors affecting power demand and future consumption trends. Understand how electricity is transmitted across Europe, including key power flows. Finally, view the outlook for the European power market, including likely impact of environmental legislation.

Delegates taking this course should already have successfully completed Introduction to the Power Industry and/or Power Trading in Europe, or have equivalent knowledge.

Programme Level:  Intermediate

Course Code:  EPMI

Industry:  The Power Industry

Course Length:  2 hours

CPE Credits:  2 self-study CPE credits awarded for this course

You will learn to:

    - Recognize the structure of the power industry in Europe, and how regulation is changing this structure.
    - Identify the different fuels used for power generation, and the factors affecting the generation mix in Europe.
    - Identify the various types of power demand and the consumption trends in Europe.
    - Point out how electricity is transmitted across Europe, including key power flows.
    - Recognize the outlook for the European power market, including the likely impact of environmental legislation.

Practice exercises and self-assessment quizzes are included to help reinforce key topics introduced throughout the course.

A comprehensive final test will be given at the end of the course.

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