Energy Savings and Power Quality: Are they complementing or against each other? These topics are often commingled in papers and seminars. For example, loads used to conserve energy like variable frequency drives and efficient lights with electronic ballasts, in most cases affect power quality. This dilemma will be answered in this course, where the issue between energy savings and power quality will be expounded and explained – its causes, effects and solutions and more importantly how these solutions can generate savings.
- Power Quality Overview
- Power Quality vs. Power Reliability
- Power Quality Definitions
- Power Quality concerns and what are the sources?
- Power Quality according to IEEE Standards
- Power Quality Disturbances and its impact
- Voltage disturbances
- Short Duration Variations
- Long Duration Variations
- Voltage Unbalance
- Waveform Distortion
- Voltage Fluctuations
- Frequency Variations
- Harmonics Introduction
- Harmonics in the power system
- Harmonics Limits
- Power Factor
- Power Factor definition
- Why improve Power Factor?
- Simple Displacement and Power Factor Calculation
- Relationship of Energy Savings and Power Quality
- Lifecycle Solutions for Energy Efficiency
- Power Quality issues generated
- Typical energy saving practices and equipments
- Resultant of energy saving equipments
- Power Quality Solutions to achieve Energy Savings
- How to analyze and propose mitigation solutions to power quality disturbances?
- Global and equipment based solutions:
- DC/AC Line Chokes
- Passive Filters
- Zero-Sequence Harmonic Filter
- Drive Isolation Harmonic Filter
- Phase Shifting Transformer
- Multi-pulse VSD
- Active Harmonic Filters
- Active Front End
- C - Less Technology
- Power Factor Correction (Standard & Detuned) solutions to power quality disturbances?
- Where to install?
- Practical Considerations
- Case studies
- Closing, Q&A and Networking
- Voltage disturbances
Dr. John CHENG is trained in electrical and electronic engineering in all his degrees, where he received the B.Eng (Hon.) degree in electrical engineering from the University of Technology, Johor, Malaysia, in 1998 and the M.Sc. degree in electrical power engineering from the National University of Singapore, Singapore, in 1999. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2007 from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in the area of power electronics.
He started his career as lecturer in one of the Singapore higher institutions and later joined the industry workforce as Product Marketing Engineer in a Singapore local company. He joined SE Singapore in 2005 as an Application Engineer and since then he holds various office positions (including Advanced Application Development Manager, Energy Efficiency Manager and Marketing Manager) within SE Singapore prior to joining the Advanced Services (Energy Efficiency) team in SE South East Asia (HQ) located in Singapore as Engineering Manager in June 2010. He was trained as power quality (PQ) engineer from 2005-2006 in the USA under the Power System Engineering department of Schneider Electric Engineering Services, USA. He has been involved in solving various PQ issues in the USA as well as South East Asia since 2005. His areas of interest include site investigation and analyzing of power quality issues and practical implementation of mitigation solutions.
He is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) USA, Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), USA and Chartered Engineer (CEng) UK. He is also the member of IEEE (USA), IET (UK) and AEE (USA).
At the end of the training, participants should be able to:
- Understand the relationship between energy savings and power quality
- Analyze mitigation solutions to power quality disturbances
- Implement energy savings solutions and resolve power quality issues
- Consider practical aspects when installing energy savings equipment
- Comprehend cases of power quality issues in energy savings
Who Should Attend:
- Energy and Facility Engineers / Managers
- Environment Officers and Managers
- Electrical / Mechanical Designers
- Energy Consultants
- Engineering Contractors
- Property Developers and Managers
- Electrical Engineers & Mechanical Engineers
- PhP 9,500 - ECCP Members
- PhP 10,000 - Non ECCP Members
For interested parties, please contact Jasmin Runez at (+632) 8451324 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.