National Energy System Map (NESM): driving the path to net zero
Carsten will be joining his project partners to launch NESM at ENIC. NESM is the first project bringing together all of Britain’s mainland gas and electricity networks to build a detailed digital map of the energy system. It has pioneered new data sharing agreements between the networks and brought with it the standardisation of data, overcoming a key obstacle to net zero and putting active measures in place to meet system transition targets.
The map will provide customers with information about energy network assets, their locations and ownership, supporting investment decisions, local flexibility markets and the connection of new renewable energy. Find out how to use the map and how it could benefit your organisation.
Carsten Rönsdorf is a geospatial data interoperability expert and Strategic Propositions Manager at Ordnance Survey (OS). He leads the implementation of the National Energy Systems Map PoC for the Energy Networks Association.
Carsten is an expert in geospatial data standards and interoperability as well as geospatial technology and represents OS at several national and international interest groups and standard bodies. Over the past 20 years he worked as advisor and technical expert to government and private sector organisation focussing on value creation from geospatial data and technologies with a particular focus on utility assets.
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.