19 September 2012 | Strand Palace Hotel, London
About the conference
Smart Grid is no longer just a concept, it’s a necessity, and increasingly a reality. Traditional transmission and distribution infrastructure and systems are being rapidly transformed by the integration of renewable energy as well as information, and communication developments.
Transition to smart grids is seen as the most economic method of achieving the upgrades necessary to accommodate future energy demands with a mixed power supply.
What’s the news?
Government and regulatory policies are geared up to encourage and incentivise innovation and its working! Progress towards smarter grids is accelerating through technology advances and exciting collaborations.
Conference sessions include:
- Policy, regulation and incentives
- Transition to business as usual
- Modelling cost benefits
- DC use in transmission and distribution
- Alternative energy storage
- LV feeder management
- Capacity, stability and security
- Communications and data management
Why should you attend?
If you’re finding it difficult to escape from work to attend valuable technical events the IET’s 3rd Annual Smart Grid conference will update you in just one day. Hear from an essential mix of influencers and technologists on the latest developments.
Attendees at previous IET Smart Grid conferences have been: