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Delaware-Electrical Engineering Package #3: 24 PDH

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Five Electrical Engineering courses plus Delaware Ethics including DE Laws and Rules for Professional Engineers that will earn 24 PDH guaranteed to be accepted by the Delaware's Professional Engineering Licensing Board. Instructor: Juan Pesante, PE

Delaware – Ethics including DE Laws and Rules for Professional Engineers: 4 PDH

This course satisfies the Delaware continuing education requirement of three (3) professional development hours in engineering ethics, (ref. DAPE Guidelines for Maintaining Continuing Professional Competency (CPC) Sec. E1).
>In this course the student will study three (3) hours of ethics including one (1) hour of the Delaware Association of Professional Engineers Laws and Rules.

Design and Development of Hybrid Power Plants: 4 PDH

In this course the student will understand the hybrid power plant and the necessary design and planning details required to ensure reliable and efficient means for power production.

Compressed Air Energy Storage and Pumped Storage Hydropower Concepts: 4 PDH

In this course the student will understand understand current Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) and Pumped Storage Hydropower (PSH) technologies and explore future advances of this technology by examining the feasibility of a variety of different concepts.

Energy Storage Technology Cost and Performance: 4 PDH

In this course the student will understand a variety of different energy storage technologies and explore their advantages and disadvantages with an in-depth cost and performance comparison. This course follows the report: Energy Storage Technology and Cost Characterization Report, published by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

Electrical Storage Guide for Electrical Engineers: 5 PDH

This course provides a thorough overview of current electrical storage technologies including batteries, flywheels, compressed air energy storage (CAES), and pumped storage hydropower (PSH) and is a how-to guide for engineers to aid in the selection, procurement, installation, and/or operation of stationary energy storage systems in today’s electric grid.

Analysis of National Charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicles: 3 PDH

This courses addresses the fundamental question of how much plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging infrastructure is needed in the United States to support both plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs). In this course the student will understand PEV charging infrastructure requirements and analyze a range of plausible scenarios that consider the relationship between the evolution of the PEV fleet and charging infrastructure.

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