The 10th International Conference on AC and DC Power Transmission
4 - 6 December 2012 | The Holiday Inn Birmingham City, Birmingham, UK
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ACDC 2012 is the tenth in a prestigious series of IET conferences providing a dual stream two day conference and additional workshop day demonstrating the latest work on AC and DC power transmission.
This event will be an ideal forum for system owners and operators, regulators, consultants, academics and equipment suppliers to meet and review the state of play in the power transmission business. New challenges are arising from environmental, regulatory, political and social factors, which impact on the development of transmission schemes. The conference will address these key issues.
Read more about how ACDC 2012’s key areas of focus and benefits this conference has to offer to authors and delegates alike.
ACDC 2012 offers superb opportunities to raise the profile of your company through direct contact with some of the key companies and individuals at the forefront of the power transmission industry.
For more details please contact:
Senior Sponsorship Sales Executive
Tel: +44 (0)1438 765 676
Fax: +44 (0)1438 765 515
Five reasons for you to be there
- 12 sessions of the very latest research results from the industry, on subjects including DC grids, technical developments in FACTS and SSR, grid modelling and equipment, new LCC and VSC projects, AC grid interaction and offshore
- Keynote talks from John S Wilson, Strategic Project Development Manager, National Grid and Miguel Lorenzo Sotelo, R&D Project Manager, Red Eléctrica de España and TWENTIES Project with Dr Tom Houghton, Research Fellow, TWENTIES Project, University of Strathclyde
- Enhance your knowledge in detail at half-day workshops on VSC MMC modelling and HVDC projects, design, implementation and wider future system challenges
- Meet 25 international researchers one-to-one at the poster session, where you can discuss their work in as much detail as you need
- Network and make new contacts at the conference dinner, which will be preceded by a free drinks reception, open to all conference attendees