Following the success of Power in Unity 2013 The IET is delighted to once again bring to you a packed one day, multi-stream conference from a whole-system philosophy, bringing together all the key information on Smart grid, Smart metering, Energy storage and Power quality.
Highlights of the event
- Keynote: Learn about the launch of the new Energy Systems Catapult in 2015 from Nick Smailes, Lead Technologist, Energy, Technology Strategy Board
- The IET Power Network Joint Vision (PNJV) expert group published a report in December 2013 titled Electricity Networks: Handling a Shock to the System. Hear from a selection of leading professionals from the PNJV Expert Group about the developments and challenges of taking forward the recommendation of the report for a ‘systems architect’ role to oversee the UK electricity system
- Highlights from the on-going work on DECC and OFGEM’s Smart Grid Forum Workstream 7
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Leading players in the industry have been invited to put forward their perspectives through plenary sessions, parallel conference sessions and panels.
You have the opportunity to put your ideas forward too through call for papers / posters for two sessions.
Get your papers/posters in for the limited eight spaces available.
More information on the call for papers is now available.
The Power in Unity Conference 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 smart energy system.
For more details please contact:
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Nick Smailes, Lead Technologist, Energy, Technology Strategy Board
Prof. John Perkins CBE, Chief Scientific Adviser, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)
Gareth Evans, Head of Profession Engineering, Ofgem
Duncan Botting, Managing Director, Global Smart Transformation
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Electricity networks - handling a shock to the system factfile
Ensuring the future stability of the grid while creating a system that can deal with two-way local power flows and less-predictable generation and new demands such as charging of electric vehicles will be a big challenge.
The IET brought together experts from industry, government and the regulator to share learning and knowledge and identify long-term and cost-effective solutions to this challenge.
View the energy factfile page for more information.