GENERAL POWER ENGINEERING COURSES
Participants will leave the course with a thorough practical understanding of: How lenders analyse power projects – from both a qualitative and a quantitative perspective, how project financings are sized and tailored to the cash flow of a specific project, the loan documents which govern a financing and how they interface with the other project documents such as power sales agreements, EPC contracts, supply agreements and insurance arrangements.
Managers, Supervisors, Project managers, economists and engineers or any staff involved in ventures in relation with project financing.
Basic knowledge of physics, preferably electrical engineering, course “Transmission and Distribution Networks – Basics Part I (PE-TDNET1)”.
- Introduction to power engineering, physical grid and terminologies
- The power sector in Nigeria, institutions and evolution of the market
- Power economics (especially in emerging countries), financial grid
- Managing power projects,
- Power projects financing and investment
- Planning of switchgear
- Busbar systems
- Building specifications