|Module owner||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jutta Hanson|
|Time||will be communicated in Moodle|
|Place||will be communicated in Moodle|
|Competences||After attending the course, students will be familiar with the basic technical and non-technical functions of distribution systems operators. After a basic introduction, the course first teaches the technical tasks for the operation of supply networks. Topics here are asset management, grid operation, and metering. In the second part, the non-technical functions are taught. Here, the connection management, the occupational safety, the environmental and health protection as well as the crisis management in distribution networks play a central role. The lecture also provides a basic understanding of the driving factors and developments in (German) power grids with regard to the “Energiewende”. In addition, students will also be familiar with the different levels of incentive regulation, from operating resources to grid charges. Last but not least, the lecture provides students with targeted insights into entrepreneurial tasks and field reports from practice.|
|Material||Learning material will be available in (Registration via Moodle is required!) TUCaN|
The exam date will be announced via Moodle.
The registration for the written exam takes place via the TUCaN system. If the registration via TUCaN is not possible, please contact your study office. The participation is only possible after registration. For reasons of spatial planning, this is also necessary for Business Administration/Industrial Engineering students. The registration deadline for the written exams is up to 1 month, and cancellation up to 8 days before the exam date.
|Guest lectures, Excursions||Will be announced during the lectures.|