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Smart infrastructure can provide new and exciting opportunities as well as enhanced value and flexible benefits across all key sectors. The IET is at the forefront of this thinking within electricity power infrastructure and has published a number of papers and studies. This work is ongoing as it looks to extend thought leadership across other sectors and energy vectors.

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An overview of Britain’s changing energy sector – what you need to know

Looking for a no-nonsense guide to Britain’s changing energy sector? Well, here it is! Complete with simplified explanations and forward-looking views, this special IET Energy report sets out the challenges and opportunities which lie ahead. The information and insights provided will be of particular interest to consumers and to engineers across all sectors.

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Future Power System Architect - Report Launch Event - Videos, Images and Presentation Materials

On Wednesday 20th July 2016 we welcomed almost 150 guests to the launch of the Future Power System Architecture (FPSA) report at IET, Savoy Place, London

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Energy Systems Catapult Launch, FPSA update and IET Collaboration Agreement Signing

Nearly 300 guests joined us on 9th May 2016 for a packed agenda of talks, presentations and discussion at IET, Savoy Place, London. Connections were made, relationships forged and ideas shared.

Utility Week: Electricity & Heat

IET.TV and the IET Energy Sector have teamed up with Utility Week to share key conference sessions from UW Live 2016, covering current topics in Electricity, Heat, Water and Gas.

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Code of Practice for Grid-Connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems

A valuable guide to all scales of solar PV installation for developers, installers, maintainers and operators of PV systems.

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High Voltage

High Voltage aims to attract original research papers and review articles. The scope encompasses high-voltage power engineering and high voltage applications, including experimental, computational (simulation and modelling) and theoretical studies.

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