Power quality is a major concern to utility customers and providers. For the energy consumer, the economic impact of power disturbances can range from hundreds of dollars in equipment repair to millions of dollars in production losses and downtime. For providers, disturbances lead to customer dissatisfaction and losses in load and revenue.
This session clarifies the unique electrical relationship between utility providers and customers relative to power quality and introduce power quality terminology, tools to determine compatibility, and data that is available for analysis.
In this session, you’ll learn
- key terminology related to power quality and the utility network
- about compatibility curves and how to use one
- methods to analyze and resolve concerns
- the most prevalent threat to power quality and security.