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Develop a greater understanding of the scale of challenges borne by various parts of the energy sector through these topical presentations.

The UK energy sector is facing a decade of rapid and significant change. A changing energy mix, driven by global energy policy, means that the ways we source, fuel, transport and use our electricity is set to be fundamentally different by the early 2020s. As energy users, each and every one of us are part of the solution – we just might not yet know it!

In December 2011 the Power Systems and Equipment Network delivered a seminar which brought together three very different presentations to encapsulate the scale of challenge borne by various parts of the energy sector, with a focus on learning resulting from activity on the ground today.

View the below presentations from this topical seminar.

Rare Earth Sourcing Challenges for Permanent Magnets, from the Perspective of the Miner and Processor

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Rare Earth Sourcing Challenges for Permanent Magnets, from the Perspective of the Miner and Processor

Ashton Hayes, Rural Smart Grid and Eur Ing Geoff Murphy CEng MEng (Hons) MIET
From: Sustainable Electricity Networks Seminar, 14 December 2011, Chester

2011-12-14 | Power Channel

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From Concept to Delivery - Learning From the UK's Largest SmartGrid Project

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From Concept to Delivery - Learning From the UK's Largest SmartGrid Project

Daniel Hollingworth, Senior Consultant, EA Technology Consulting Ltd
From: Sustainable Electricity Networks Seminar, 14 December 2011, Chester

2011-12-14 | Power Channel

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Sustainable Energy Policy - From Energy Bills to Consumer Bills

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Sustainable Energy Policy - From Energy Bills to Consumer Bills

Dave A Roberts, EA Technology Consulting Ltd
From: Sustainable Electricity Networks Seminar, 14 December 2011, Chester

2011-12-14 | Power Channel

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