Pillar 3 – Foundational Workforce Development
Led by Imperial College London, this pillar focuses on workforce development to enable power system transformation at both the university and professional levels.
A core group of power system academics, G-PST’s Teaching Agenda Group, developed the G-PST Teaching Agenda identifying priority power system engineering topics required for university graduates and power engineering professionals to understand to meet the challenges posed by high penetration of variable renewable energy sources (VRE) and inverter-based resources (IBR) in power systems. To enable this education, G-PST is developing the Teaching Agenda topics into cutting-edge teaching and training materials which can be incorporated selectively into an existing curriculums or training program.
Pillar 3 is also supporting the technical upskilling of women in the workforce through the Women in Power System Transformation (PST) program. Through Women in PST, the first five Teaching Agenda course modules were launched in 2022. Access these free, university-level technical teaching materials.
Training the Workforce of the Future: Gender Equity Resources and Free Technical Teaching Materials for Power System Transformation
This USAID Clean EDGE Asia Power Sector Learning Series webinar featured speakers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable ...
Women in PST and G-PST Launch Free Technical Teaching Materials for Global Use
With leadership from Imperial College London and power systems experts from around the world, Women in PST and the G-PST ...
Women in Power System Transformation and the Global Power System Transformation Consortium Present Free Teaching Materials for Global Public Use
Women in PST brings together leading institutions focused on gender diversity and equality in the energy and other sectors to ...