National Grid ESO join an impressive line-up at the Energy Networks Innovation Conference and networking event. As well as exhibiting, National Grid ESO is participating in a number of sessions including:
- Constraint Management
- Machine learning and artificial intelligence projects
- Panel: What are the energy networks’ next steps in digital innovation?
- Crowd Flex
- System Stability
- Open Networks: developing the future grid
- Fireside chat: Progress on delivering the transition in 2021 and what’s to come in 2022
- Tech roundtables: Digital twins
- Assessing wearable technology applications for transmission operation and design
National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) owns and maintains the high-voltage electricity transmission network in England and Wales. That includes 7,236 kilometres of overhead line, about 2,806 kilometres of underground cable and 350 substations. We move electricity from where it’s generated, down the ‘motorway’ of the electricity system, to our direct customers and to the distribution companies who deliver that power to homes and businesses. We play a vital role in connecting millions of people to the energy they use, safely, reliably and efficiently. Through transformational engineering, we are helping our country to achieve its green targets, by ensuring our network gives fair access to cleaner sources of energy. The transition to a low-carbon economy is one of the defining issues of the 21st century, and we can’t make a bigger difference in today’s, or tomorrow’s, world than to create a road to net zero.
Why Attend ENIC 21?
The ENIC conference is the only event of its kind, designed to bring together energy network innovators and decision makers from across the UK. You’ll hear from top speakers in the industry and be able to meet your peers as well as visit an exhibition hall packed with companies offering cutting edge solutions.