The California Rule 21 Market Opportunity for Executives (Bay Area)
Full Course Title: The California Rule 21 Market Opportunity for Executives Course ID: UCSDX Units: 1 Course Description/Goals: This all day in-person workshop hosted by the SunSpec Alliance provides distributed energy business executives, entrepreneurs, and others looking to enter the industry with the foundational understanding of the California Rule 21 opportunity. Topics will include distributed energy market dynamics; market sizing, business models, and competitive barriers; technical details regarding Distributed Energy Resource (DER) data communication and functional requirements; and considerations about how to deploy DER networks in California and across the US. Distributed energy companies can be confident that those holding this certificate of completion possess this highly sought after expertise. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this course participants will walk away with a clear understanding of distributed energy market dynamics; market sizing, business models, and competitive barriers; technical details regarding Distributed Energy Resource (DER) data communication and functional requirements; and considerations about how to deploy DER networks in California and across the US. Instructor: Tom Tansy, Chairman of the SunSpec Alliance Course Structure: This is an all day course broken down into four (4) topical modules. Module 1: CA Rule 21 Market Opportunity: U.S. Distributed Energy Resources (DER) market dynamics Utility grid-tied market Wholesale market Relevant regulations DER functional requirements Autonomous functions Interactive functions Telemetry, scheduling and oversight Current and anticipated value streams Module 2: CA Rule 21 Market Opportunity: market segments, business models, competitive barriers The CA Rule 21 interconnection regulation Market segments and business models Technical requirements: Common Smart Inverter Profile & IEEE 2030.5 Barriers and openings Module 3: CA Rule 21 Market Opportunity: integrating IEEE 2030.5 protocols into DER products Product types Design considerations Client-oriented features Server-oriented features Security features Human factors Available commercial and open source technologies Tool choices Testing and certification Module 4: CA Rule 21 Market Opportunity: profitably deploying and managing DER networks Aggregated vs. direct connect: who, what, when, why, how? Installation considerations Commissioning considerations Operations considerations Cybersecurity considerations Supply chain considerations Training considerations Disclaimer: All students are expected to comply with the UCSDX code of conduct and no student information shall be shared per FERPA guidelines. About UCSDX: UC San Diego Extension is focused on being a major catalyst for the continued economic, intellectual, and cultural growth of the San Diego region and beyond. Core offerings include professional education and training, cultural enrichment, and regional economic solutions. Whether you're starting a new career, building a company, or developing a deeper appreciation of the world around you, Extension has the resources you need to get started.
10741 North Wolfe Road
Cupertino, CA 95014
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