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MPG: National Grid Future Operability Challenges


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How we use electricity and how we generate electricity is changing.

Date and Time

12 April 2018 - 18:00-20:00


Birmingham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - W.Mids:Birmingham local network. Contact David Swanson at david@theswansons.uk for more information.

About this event

How we use electricity and how we generate electricity is changing. This means we need to adapt how we operate electricity transmission network in the future as we face new operability challenges. The System Operability Framework identifies and quantifies current and emerging operability challenges and engages industry to start solving them.

Beth Warnock, National Grid System Performance Manager, has 11 years of experience with National Grid, working in a range of short and long term planning roles and currently leads a team responsible for preparation of the System Operability Framework.


18:00 - registration and networking
18:30 - presentation starts

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Free of charge.

Additional information

This event has been organised by the IET Midlands Power Group.

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