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EREC P27 (Issue 2): Understanding Overhead Line Ratings

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Course summary

Tailored for professionals in the field, this one-day seminar offers comprehensive insights into line ratings for distribution networks, specifically focusing on ENA Engineering Recommendation P27 (EREC P27) – Issue 2. Professionals such as Distribution Network Operators (DNOs), power system designers, or those engaged in connecting equipment to distribution networks will find this seminar addresses their informational needs.

The seminar will be conducted through in-person presentations, supplemented with practical examples, Q&A sessions, and interactive group discussions. This format ensures participants not only acquire theoretical knowledge but also explore the historical approaches to line ratings, tracing their evolution, and understand the data behind the current version, EREC P27 – Issue 2. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in discussions and analyze real-world scenarios, enhancing their understanding of regulatory compliance and operational considerations.

Course itinerary

  • Explore the legislative, regulatory, and operational facets of EREC P27 recommendations.
  • Explore the historical approaches to line ratings, tracing their evolution.
  • Understand the data behind the current version, EREC P27 – Issue 2.

Why attend?

This seminar is indispensable for professionals keen on staying current with the latest regulations and advancements in distribution network line ratings. By participating, you'll:

  • Gain comprehensive insights into the legislative and operational dimensions of EREC P27.
  • Deepen your understanding of the historical development and evolution of line ratings.
  • Familiarize yourself with the latest version, EREC P27 - Issue 2, and its implications for distribution networks.
  • Network with industry peers, fostering valuable discussions and collaborations.

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