Tuesday December 11, 2018 8:00am-4:00pm (Lunch Included)

WHEN


Hilton Garden Inn in Edison, NJ (Get Directions)

WHERE

 
 

This one-day seminar is an excellent overview of cogen plant operation. Whether you are a seasoned pro or an entry-level operating engineer, this seminar will provide key insights on industry-best practices involving gas turbine theory and operation.

Dan Moscatiello provides dynamic instruction with 20 years experience at every level of combined-cycle plant experience, including Plant Manager at Lakewood Cogen plant.

This seminar consists of: Lecture, lunch, and a comprehensive plant tour of The Woodbridge Energy Center (WEC).

Course Topics:

  • Introduction Introduction

  • Industry Landscape

  • How the Power Generation Business Works (and why)

  • Cogen and Combined Cycle Basic Theory

  • Major Components

  • System Interconnection

  • Operator Duties

  • WEC Cogeneration Plant - Comprehensive Tour

  • Q&A with Plant Manger/Instructor

  • Plant Tour of The Woodbridge Energy Center (WEC). WEC is a 725 megawatt natural gas-fueled combined-cycle power generation facility located in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey. The WEC generates enough electricity to power more than 700,000 homes, helping New Jersey to safely meet its demand for energy with reliable, cost-effective and environmentally-responsible low emissions generation. The facility utilizes advanced generation technology, making it one of the nation’s cleanest and most efficient power generation facilities.

COURSE OVERVIEW


$400

$300 (if you are a previous Training Center student)

Externship Students are welcome to attend as part of their curriculum.

COST

or register by phone: 1-800-392-3927.