NERC PRC-005, Battery Maintenance and Monitoring Options

Join Alber Senior Training Engineer Rick Tressler for an hour-long educational webinar about NERC PRC-005, its impact on electric utilities and how automated monitoring of battery systems can save money and improve the reliability of the DC supply in your protection systems.

SPEAKERS

Rick Tressler, Alber
Rick has been working with both dc and ac power systems and stationary batteries since 1985. With over 40 years in the electrical industry he has focused his training skills to help the end users of these systems through Alber’s Training and Education Services operation. His battery industry and Alber product experience includes installation, testing, and maintenance of battery plants in a variety of applications, including electric utility generation, transmission and distribution industries as well as data center UPS, and telecommunications offices.

DESCRIPTION

Stationary battery maintenance is no longer optional for electric utilities. NERC PRC-005 is the law of the land. Failure to conduct and document battery inspections and required tests can lead to fines approaching $1,000,000 per day, per occurrence in some cases.

Join Alber Senior Training Engineer Rick Tressler for an hour-long educational webinar about NERC PRC-005, its impact on electric utilities and how automated monitoring of battery systems can save money and improve the reliability of the DC supply in your protection systems.

You will learn:

  • What the NERC PRC-005 regulation is and why it was created 
  • The impact of the regulation on electric utilities 
  • Why the automation of battery monitoring if important 
  • How to automate the monitoring of battery systems to save money and improve the reliability of the DC supply in protection systems.
 

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