PECC2 launches training room for Simulator power plant operation simulation system

On 31 January 2024, in Ho Chi Minh City, the Power Plant Operation and Maintenance Branch (POM) of Power Engineering Consulting Joint Stock Company 2 (PECC2) organized the launching of a training room for the power plant operation simulation system (Simulator room). EVN Vice President Vo Quang Lam attended the launching ceremony.

A simulator room with modern equipment and software to simulate power plant operation functions is a new step forward, helping to improve training capacity in systems thinking, engineering and operations, and troubleshooting for a team of engineers and power plant operators, thereby helping to significantly reduce training costs when compared to training on real equipment by providing a virtual training environment.

EVN Vice President Vo Quang Lam (2nd from left) and Chairman of EVNPECC2’s Board of Directors Nguyen Chon Hung (2nd from right) cutting ribbon to launch training room for power plant operation simulation system 

EVN Vice President Vo Quang Lam highly appreciating intuitiveness and modernity of Simulator room

The Simulator Room is an important step forward in training high-quality human resources for renewable energy plants through modern, intuitive technology. Therefore, EVN leaders hope that PECC2's Power Plant Operation and Maintenance Branch can train a team of qualified operators to serve the operation and maintenance of the plant, helping to improve the availability and performance of plants, and contributing to the stability of the country's electricity system.

Training room for Power plant operation simulation system at PECC2 headquarters

With the Simulator room system, students can practice operations like in a real power plant. This is a simulated environment so there is no risk of endangering life or damaging equipment. The system helps students identify alarms, handle incidents, and promptly respond to emergencies to ensure the safe and effective operation of the power plant. At the same time, simulation operation training can be conducted remotely, allowing students to access training and practice materials from anywhere.

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