Archives March 2020

SPARK, 30 June - 1 July 2020, London

Last update on March 16, 2020.

SPARK, 30 June - 1 July 2020, London

SPARK is the world’s most exciting future energy event.
Where disruptors and innovators spark new thinking.
Where fresh business models are created.
And where the leading minds of old and new energy – from the old and the new world – combine to create the future.

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AI&ML for the Smart Grid 2020, 16 - 18 June 2020 (new dates), Brussels

Last update on March 16, 2020.

AI&ML for the Smart Grid 2020, 16 - 18 June 2020 (new dates), Brussels

This inaugural AI&ML conference is designed to meet the specific information needs of smart grid data science professionals, who need to deep dive into the industry drivers, establish the business case, and implement a technical strategy that will enable them to rapidly scale-up their AI driven big data analytics programmes at a time of intensifying grid complexity.

Over 3 intensive conference days, you will hear practical case-studies from 15+ utility data science leaders, on their implementation of next generation AI&ML platforms and processes, the development of their data science team structures, and their application of AI&ML methodologies ...

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SGI Board Meetings - 2020

Last update on March 9, 2020.

SGI Board Meetings - 2020

The following are the Smart Grid Ireland Board Meetings for 2020

  • 31st January, 2020 - Schneider Electric, Maynooth:  11.00am - 1.00pm
  • 1st April, 2020 - SEAI Energy Show, RDS Dublin:  10.30am - 12.30pm
  • 22nd July, 2020 - Dublin Venue (tbc)
  • 21st October, 2020 - Dublin venue (tbc)

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SGI Networking Events - 2020

Last update on March 9, 2020.

SGI Networking Events - 2020

To discuss how membership of Smart Grid Ireland could benefit your organisation, please email Bob Barbour at 'bob.barbour@cforc.org' or call +44 (0) 28 9073 7950.

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Eurelectric Power Summit - 25 to 26 May 2020, Dublin, Ireland

Last update on Jan. 21, 2020.

Eurelectric Power Summit - 25 to 26 May 2020, Dublin, Ireland

Eurelectric’s Power Summit is the leading forum where the European power sector ecosystem connects.

Get inspired and meet with new business disrupters, energy executives and industry captains who are taking the lead in transforming Europe’s energy landscape.

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Smart Grid Innovation 2020, 12-14 May 2020, Brussels

Last update on Jan. 30, 2020.

Smart Grid Innovation 2020, 12-14 May 2020, Brussels

Save the date for the inaugural Smart Grid Innovation 2020 conference, exhibition, and networking forum. Taking place on 12-14 May 2020 in Brussels, this event will provide a crucial platform for those driving innovation across the smart grid to exchange new ideas, share lessons on successfully delivering cutting-edge projects, and forge new connections with a wide range of European energy system innovation experts.

Over 3 intensive days, you will get to grips with 14+ utility innovation case studies from leading TSOs and DSOs. Discussions will focus on the best practice for delivering innovation, creating technology roadmaps, working with suppliers, academia ...

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Innogrid2020 - 5 to 6 May 2020, Brussels, Belgium

Last update on Jan. 21, 2020.

Innogrid2020 - 5 to 6 May 2020, Brussels, Belgium

Innogrid2020+ the innovation power conference - A Network based Green Deal for All Europeans.

The Green Deal defines a transition that delivers climate neutrality while leaving no one behind fair. This edition of Innogrid will focus on the paramount role of Networks to make the Green Deal reality, while putting customers and citizens center stage.

New technologies need to take the next step: power electronics, dynamic line rating, smart substations, digitalisation at large, an effective cybersecurity framework are just some to mention here. RD projects, pilots and break through technologies will be at the heart of the discussions at Innogrid 2020 ...

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Engerati Explains: Prospective Fault Level Monitoring

Last update on March 16, 2020.

Engerati Explains: Prospective Fault Level Monitoring

As the DNOs manage the transition to a flexible, smart grid, one key operational parameter is fault level. While modelling software may generate a prospective value, is it reliable enough to underpin investment and safety decisions? Since 2011, SP Energy Networks and signal processing specialist Outram Research have collaborated to develop two fault level meters: an award-winning portable device that uses normal disturbance to calculate the fault level, and now a Real Time Fault Level Monitor that gives read outs in seconds and can monitor network capacity in real time. In our special report, Outram Research explains its technology and ...

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15 years later: US reviews energy transmission incentives

Last update on March 16, 2020.

15 years later: US reviews energy transmission incentives

As US lawmakers debate the first major energy policy legislation since the Energy Act of 2005, leading expert Rob Gramlich of US consultancy Grid Strategies presents a webinar on advanced transmission technology incentives and how to optimise the grid.

The inevitable shift towards renewable energy has prompted a fresh focus on incentives to expand and optimise the US transmission grid, as wind and solar resources tend to be located far from population centres.

Transmission costs will make up an increasing share of customers’ bills while generation costs decline, as congestion increases and grid operators have to redispatch more expensive sources ...

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Smart Cities – AKA Connected Communities

Last update on March 16, 2020.

Smart Cities – AKA Connected Communities

What exactly makes a smart city? Andrew Palmer, Consulting Director at CGI UK, argues that 5G is not the measure of one. Instead, he believes it is the interconnectivity between citizens, devices and buildings, allied to infrastructure and ecosystems which support a coherent vision.

When applied to complex environments such as cities, enterprises or utilities, the term ‘smart’ does not begin to describe the level of interoperability, connectedness, control and two-way interaction envisaged. I would suggest that the word ‘connected’ as opposed to ‘smart’ should be used. For example, we have ‘connected communities’ instead of ‘smart cities.’ One of the ...

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