2018 Aurora Group Training
These one-day trainings and demo sessions are an ideal opportunity for customers and non-customers to see the latest developments in Aurora.
Attendees will interact with peers, senior EPIS developers and support staff to learn how Aurora is addressing the challenges of today's power markets. A registration fee of just $74* reserves your seat.
*There is no group pricing available for this event.
The Introductory Track is designed for new model users and will provide a complete overview of Aurora's features and functionality, including a live demo. It is highly recommended to those attending the introductory session to bring a laptop with the latest version of Aurora installed to follow along.
The Advanced Track is designed to showcase the newest capabilities in Aurora. This session will give users a greater confidence in model results and their impacts on power market forecasting, analysis and decision-making.
Advanced Track presentations include:
- New Charting & UI Review
- Improve Runtimes: Parallelize Multi-Year Simulations
- Integrating Renewable Resources
- Best Practices for Demand Modeling
EPIS is pleased to offer concurrent tracks that are intended to enhance the training experience. These sessions will provide specific focus on pressing issues requested by attendees through survey feedback.
The Main Track will go in-depth, looking closely at Database Updates & Enhancements and recent Version 13 Enhancements within Aurora to boost modeling results. In addition, Portland will offer a presentation on Modeling Western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM).
The Nodal Introductory Track will be offered in Boston and Houston only. This session will go through the basics of a nodal analysis; delivering all of the fundamental knowledge required to master transmission modeling. Attendees should bring a laptop with the latest version of Aurora installed to follow the examples on a small 10 bus system.
The Nodal Advanced Track will be offered in Boston and Houston only. This session will focus on "transparency" in nodal results and showcase some advanced features that were recently added to the nodal function. Attendees should bring a laptop with the latest version of Aurora installed to follow the examples on a small 10 bus system. Pre-requisite: attendees must have exposure and experience with nodal modeling.
This final session will conclude the training with presentations for all attendees.
Modeling Compressed Air Energy Storage - CAES
Risk Modeling Tips & Improvements
Boston, MA - Thursday, March 1
Houston, TX - Tuesday, March 13
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston - Greenway Plaza
6 E Greenway Plaza
Houston, TX 77046
Portland, OR - Thursday, March 15
Everyone who registers will be entered to win the registration giveaway.
The earlier you register, the greater your chance to win.