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Overview


The emergence of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) technologies is giving consumers more choices than ever before. Electric cooperatives are well positioned as consumer-owned organizations to be their member's "trusted partner" in navigating the opportunities, risks and benefits of solar and other emerging technologies. This online course discusses the top DER technologies, policy issues and questions that co-ops must be prepared to discuss with their members.

KEY TOPICS

  • Discussing changes in the market structure of the electric energy industry

  • Anticipating member questions

  • Integrating DER with the cooperative's strategic plan

  • Examining key questions in the boardroom about DER

ONLINE COURSE FORMAT

We’ve tailored this online training to be a rich educational experience that you can participate in without travel. A greater focus will be on the instructor’s expertise and experience while teaching the course content. Questions and comments are welcome and managed in a way that supports collaboration and interaction and avoids having one person speak over another. This class will be limited to 20 participants. Enrollment is first come, first served.

The course will be divided into two sessions and delivered over two consecutive days. You must participate in both sessions to earn course credit.


FEATURES OF THIS ONLINE COURSE

  • NRECA instructor
  • No travel required
  • Co-op specific content
  • BLC credit awarded upon completion
  • Continuing education awarded toward Director Gold

CREDITS

NRECA – 1 credit

CEU – 0.6 credits

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Fees

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