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Future Scenarios of Power System and Infrastructure in the United States

Credit: 15 PDH Hours
Course Fee: $180.00
110 pages

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Course Summary:

Electrification, the shift from non-electric to electric sources of energy at the point of final consumption, is an emerging trend that could have major implications for global energy systems. The Electrification Futures Study (EFS) is a multiyear collaborative study designed to assess the potential impacts that could arise if widespread electrification occurs in the United States. The EFS is particularly attentive to the ways in which electrification could affect different parts of the energy system, including demand sectors (buildings, industrial, and transportation) and energy supply systems. Due to the complex nature of these interactions, results from the EFS are presented through a series of reports focused on specific topics.

Future Scenarios of Power System and Infrastructure in the United States

Learning Objective:

This course presents an analysis of the potential impacts of widespread electrification on the evolution of the U.S. electricity system.

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Course Content

Course Author: Franco F. Davati, P.E.

Certificate of completion of the course

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