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The increasing need of qualified engineers in the field of power quality in industry is pushing teaching methods to both project based learning and real applications. In order to interpret power quality phenomena, students may experiment and learn from real applications because experience is needed in order to be an expert in this field. The present paper describes how power quality education can use remote laboratories in order to create practice near laboratory tutorials for power quality monitoring. The remote laboratory is used by graduate students in regular courses and by engineers for life-long learning.