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Powered On: Engineering a Sustainable Future set for April 23

Powered On: Engineering a Sustainable Future

Electrical Review has announced an expansion of its popular Powered On Live digital conference with a special half-day event set for April 23. 

With the electrical industry having undergone massive changes over the past decade or so, sustainability is now at the heart of the industry. Whether it’s the electrification of heat and transport, managing the influx of renewables onto our energy grid, or simply trying to make energy efficiency gains – everywhere you look, we’re thinking more sustainably. 

That’s why Electrical Review is set to run a half-day event on April 23 dubbed ‘Powered On: Engineering a Sustainable Future’. 

Similar to the Powered On Live digital conference that takes place every June, with details surrounding the 2024 event set to be revealed soon, Powered On: Engineering a Sustainable Future offers an insight into some of the technologies and solutions that are enabling the UK to move towards its goal of net zero emissions by 2050. 

The agenda for the event is stacked with some of the industry’s preeminent experts and will kick off with a keynote speech from Jon Davies, Director of Network Operations & Intelligence, Electricity Transmission at National Grid.

During the half-day event you can expect to hear a range of debates on everything from: 

  • The role of electrical technologies in accelerating the transition to electric vehicles
  • How we can balance the integration of renewable energy with energy security concerns
  • What role role IoT and smart grids can play in energy management

Additionally, a special presentation by Bret Simon, Strategic Business Development at Exodigo, will discuss the revolutionary impact of AI on the electrical grid. 

According to organisers, “As with Powered On Live, Powered On: Engineering a Sustainable Future offers an opportunity for the industry to come together, share ideas, and discuss solutions to some of the industry’s biggest problems – although with a unique focus on sustainability.” 

Registrations for the event are open now and you can view full details over on the event’s website

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