IET course on Distributed Generation: Operation and Connection (image)

7 - 9 November 2016 | University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Doug Henderson (image)

Chairman, Doug Henderson welcomes you to The IET Course on Distributed Generation.


This course aims to meet the increasing demand for engineers skilled in distributed generation.


The programme will look at the principles and practices covering three key themes; fundamentals, connection and challenges with each of three days themed to cover one of these areas.



Whether you are new to the industry or need a refresher, this course has been designed to provide engineers with an understanding of the technical issues relating to distributed generation.


The content is the perfect platform for you to progress your knowledge base and empower you within your organisation.


This course is now fully booked therefore registration is closed

We will run this course again next year so please register your interest with Veena Gupta and we will keep you informed. 


Read more about the course.

What sets us apart is the experience and expertise of our course tutors who are actual practitioners.


Learn from:

  • Edinburgh Napier University
  • Energy Networks Association
  • National Grid
  • S&C Electric Europe
  • Senvion
  • Smarter Grid Solutions
  • University of Bath


Find out more about the tutors.

  • Gain a thorough grounding in the key elements of Distributed Generation
  • Learn from leading experts in the field through practical experience in 'real-life' industrial context and case studies
  • An opportunity to discuss best practice and network with peers
  • Obtain detailed course notes for future reference
  • Work towards Continuing Professional Development


Find out more about the 3-day packed programme.

Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd Inverbeg Hydro Scheme (image)  

Technical visit - Inverbeg Hydro Scheme

As part of the Distributed Generation course, we have introduced a technical site visit to allow delegates to further the learning opportunities and see the principles covered put into practice.

The site visit for this year’s course will be to the Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd Inverbeg Hydro Scheme.

Find out more about the site visit.


This course can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn 18 hours of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask  in advance for an attendance certificate.


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