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Climate Vulnerability Modelling Webinar Recording

The Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) extended an invitation to colleagues from utilities, regulatory bodies, regional universities (lecturers and graduate students) and development partners to join us for a capacity building session focused on climate vulnerability modelling. Date: Tuesday March 9, 2021 Prerequisites: BSc in Engineering/Relevant Discipline, or Experience in the Energy Industry Course Learning Outcomes: Understanding of the various climate related vulnerabilities which affect the energy industry Course Length: 3 hours Course Content: Climate vulnerability and the associated risks to the energy system About IRRPs Within the CCREEE’s climate resilience strategic programme, the Centre is...

Creation Date: 29 Nov 2021 | | | | |

Introduction to Grid Modelling

This capacity building session allowed CARICOM Member States to critically assess the outputs of the tools used in the integrated resource and resilience planning (IRRP) process and to have a greater appreciation for the importance of the inputs required to make the process meaningful. Course Content: Introduction to grid modelling in general and Power factory in particular

Creation Date: 01 Nov 2021 | | | | |

IRRP Capacity Building Session: Basic Demand Side Projection

This video is a complete recording of the Basic Demand Side Projection Webinar hosted by the CCREEE and facilitated by the University of the West Indies on April 13, 2021.

Creation Date: 29 Nov 2021 | | | | |

IRRP Capacity Building Session: Solar Integration

This video is a complete recording of the Solar Integration Webinar hosted by the CCREEE and facilitated by the University of the West Indies.

Creation Date: 01 Nov 2021 | | | | |

OHS Considerations: Grid-integrated Solar PV - Presentation

The awareness of the risk and hazards exposed during solar PV installation is critical to maintaining a safe work environment. Safety measures should be employed in all areas of work.

Creation Date: 25 Oct 2021 | | | |