Power System Economics and Tariff
What you'll learn
- Power System Economics
- Simple Tariff
- Block Rate Tariff
- kVA Tariff
- Two Part and Three Part Tariff
- TOD tariff
- Apparent Energy (kVAh) tariff
- Power system generation technology
- Depreciation and incentives
Consumers of electrical energy would be well advised to thoroughly understand the tariff structure of power system. The consumers may be residential commercial and industrial. Every power system utility aims to keep their cost of production of electricity as low as possible with reliability.
Power System Engineers can often play a significant role in power system economics and tariff structure. To reduce the cost of energy and choose suitable tariff structure is challenge in front of the power system engineer. To do so, an engineer must first understand power system economics and tariffs with detailed calculations.
This course includes calculation of cost of production of electrical energy and tariff using various methods such as two part, three part, TOD, ABT and kVAh tariff. This course have two main sections: one is related to power system economics and another is power system tariff.
This course can be opted by utility engineers, professionals and undergraduate final year and post graduate students of various universities
At the end of this course, learner will be able to
Define power system economics and tariff
Apply different depreciation methods to power system economics.
Justify desirable properties of tariff.
Differentiate between different types of tariff structures.
Calculate tariff using different types of tariff methods.
Who this course is for:
- Power System and electrical engineers
- Professional power system engineers
I am graduated from Nagpur University and postgraduate in electrical power system from Pune University.
My research areas are power system analysis, power system operation, control and protection systems. I am also interested in pedagogy in educational technologies.
I am an assistant Professor at Electrical Engineering at K K Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik, Maharashtra, India