Enerzinx provides expert consulting services for the electrical design and development of renewable energy projects and their grid integration. The company was established in February 2014 with offices in Sacramento, CA, and Irving, TX. Enerzinx’s engagements have been working with developers, generation owners, equipment manufacturers, and financial institutions. Enerzinx has quickly grown to become an expert in providing technical assistance for various large and small-scale renewable energy projects across the globe. To support growth, the Indian Subsidiary, Enerzinx India Pvt Ltd., Bangalore, was established in October 2017. The Indian Subsidiary has become a part of the Indian Renewable energy growth story while supporting projects globally. Enerzinx is one of the leading renewable energy consulting firms globally, including in India.
Enerzinx India is deeply engaged with leading renewable energy developers, regulatory authorities, and equipment manufacturers in India. Enerzinx’s contribution to the Indian renewable energy growth has been widely recognized.
EXTreme Technical Training Program
Enerzinx’s training programs are designed with a special focus on hands-on experience using major industry-standard power system modeling and simulations software (PSSE, PSCAD, ETAP, PSLF, and ASPEN).
We have a strong team of technical experts having vast experience in executing design, modeling, and system studies using cutting-edge power system tools such as PSSE, PSCAD, ETAP, PSLF, and ASPEN. The experts shall infuse information on real-world challenges and the potential solutions into the training program based on experience in executing the projects related to system studies of utility-scale power systems and integration studies of grid-scale PV, wind, and storage projects.
Who Will Benefit ?
- Employees of Central and State utilities
- Professionals working in the modeling, analysis, and system studies domain of the power & energy industry
- Graduate/Post-graduate students in Electrical/Electrical and Electronics Engineering willing to join the power system industry