NCCER Introduction to Power Industry Trainee Gd
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Introduction to the Power Industry sets the stage for those entering the electrical energy production and distribution field. It describes the many ways in which electricity can be produced, from burning fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas, to harnessing nuclear energy, and using renewable energy sources such as wind, geothermal, and solar energy. This full-color module explains energy and distribution and transmission and briefly explores the economics involved in energy production and delivery. Finally, the environmental impacts of producing and distributing electrical power, as well as the methods that are employed to mitigate those impacts are addressed.
Table of Contents
Total Module Hours: 12.5
2.0.0 Fossil-Fuel Power Plants
3.0.0 Nuclear Power
4.0.0 Renewable Energy
5.0.0 Environmental Controls
6.0.0 Electrical Transmission and Distribution
7.0.0 Careers in the Power Industry
8.0.0 Safety Regulations
9.0.0 Safety Practices
10.0.0 Power Industry Economics
11.0.0 The Future of the Power Industry
12.0.0 Standardized Training By NCCER
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