Littleton, CO, May 09, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Renewable Impacts (RI) is pleased to announce its summer 2017 schedule of 1-day public training sessions covering the breakthrough topic of Power Plant Cycling Causality. These in-depth training sessions are designed to help you understand cycling causality fast. Learn how to use the cycling causality methodology developed by RI and how to expand the free RI causality analysis model into your own specific cycling causality analysis tool.
"Power plant cycling is an expensive and disruptive operating mode that poses a concern for all who own and operate today's critical power plants," said James R. Schetter, President of Renewable Impacts LLC. Mr. Schetter added, "Power plant cycling causality analysis is a sound and powerful tool for dealing with the twin asset management issues of increasing O&M budgets and troubling reliability at important power plants due to cycling."
The training schedule for 2017 is as follows. For details and to reserve your space visit Renewable Impacts at http://www.renewableimpacts.com.
June 21 Denver, CO
July 19 Denver, CO
August 9 Denver, CO
Space is limited to 10 participants per session.