Smart Grid Network Planning 2020
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This two-day event in November, beamed in from London virtually, is a global leading conference directed at SCASA/ICS professionals working within Cybersecurity. Consider SmartGrid events as must-attend if you work in the industrial Cybersecurity space.
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Smart Grid Network Planning 2020 | 17 – 19 November 2020 | Virtual Conference
Driving innovation in network planning to achieve the next generation smart grid and facilitate decarbonization at minimal disruption
Smart Grid Network Planning 2020 will bring together planning professionals from smart utilities for 3 days of intensive case-study reviews. Through peer-to-peer exchange participants will gain strategies to solve the capacity challenges posed by the electrification of heat and transport, urbanization, microgeneration, and renewable integration, to enable net-zero carbon emissions, at minimal expenditure and within strict target deadlines.
This event provides the only utility-lead forum for determining strategies to integrate flexibility into the grid to drive operational efficiency without the need for expensive infrastructure investment. Participants will establish the optimal digitalization pathway for their planning processes to fully capitalize on crucial dataflows, scale-up power system analytics and cost-effectively optimize their grid environment.
Presentations will also detail state-of-the-art network simulation tools to better inform network models, plan for multiple DER integration scenarios, accurately forecast demand patterns, and successfully prioritize investment decisions. Alongside a utility panel on innovation within planning processes, there is a technology innovation panel covering simulation tools and next-generation power electronics. Discussions will center around designing a future-proofed, digitized and decarbonized smart grid with minimal disruption
For more information and to register:
Call: +44 (0)20 8057 1700