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Have you ever considered how the U.S national electric grid is operated and maintained? Think of any Hollywood movie with a control center and you’re not far off.

ASU’s partners at Incremental Systems (IncSys) have spent the last 25 years developing cutting-edge, realistic, and interactive training programs for electrical grid operation using real-time simulation and analysis. Their veteran-focused program entitled Power4Vets has been delivered to 183 people in the past few years, of which 20 have been at ASU. The 90-hour training program is packed with information on power flow simulations, energy markets, contingency analysis, balancing and more — everything you need to know to manage the grid.

Encourage your veteran students interested in energy careers to attend.

Demonstration and Q&A of Electric Grid Operation
Thursday, November 10, 2016

10–10:30 a.m.
Memorial Union (MU) Pat Tillman Veterans Center, Tempe campus [map]

Come out to meet the inventors and ask questions on how you may find a career with an electric utility or elsewhere in the energy industry.


Special thanks to the Office of Naval Research NEPTUNE program for funding the first round of 20 Veteran and Active trainees.

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