PNJV expertise

The experts who are contributing to IET Power Network Joint Vision and those we wish to acknowledge..

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IET Power Network Joint Vision Expert Group 

The following is a list of the IET Power Network Joint Vision (PNJV) participants, who have contributed to the production of the IET documents. The IET would like to thank each and every one of them for their time and support in this process.

Professor Graham Ault CEng, FIET, MIEEE
Dr Cornel Brozio CEng, MIET
Peter Buxton CEng, BSc (Eng), MSc, FIET
Mark Drye CEng, FIET
Craig Dyke CEng, MIET
Helen Farr MIET
Neil Fitzsimons CEng, MIET
Gordon Graham BSc, MBA, AMIET,
Dr Vandad Hamidi CEng, MIET, MIEEE
Dr Simon Harrison CEng, FEI, FIET
Barry Hatton CEng, FIET
Roger Hey CEng, MIET
Martin Hill MIET
Phil Johnson MIET
Mike Kay MA, MSc, CEng, FIET
Dr Bless Kuri MIET
Phil Lawton CEng, MIET
Jaime Moniet MSc, CEng, MIET
Dave Openshaw CEng, FIET
Stewart A Reid FIET
Michelle Sawyer   
John Scott CEng, FIET
Professor Goran Strbac CEng, MIET, MIEEE
Lee Thomas MIET
Roddy Wilson CEng, BSc, MIET, MIEEE
Eric Brown CEng, FIET

Acknowledgements and thanks

The IET also thanks Gareth Evans, CEng, MIET (Head of Profession - Engineering, The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem)) and Craig Lucas, CEng,  FIET, MSc (Head of Engineering, Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC)) and Dr Damitha Adikaari for giving up their time to be consulted by the IET as part of the PNJV work programme.

The two Case Studies included in the Shock to the System “Technical Report” have been developed, researched and compiled by Dr Dia Adhikari, Alasdair Burchill and Lee Thomas, under the guidance of Dr Jianzhong Wu and Professor Nicholas Jenkins, all from Cardiff University.

Special thanks go to Professor Roger Kemp FREng CEng FIET FIMechE, of Lancaster University, who authored the IET’s, “Transforming the Electricity System: How other sectors have met the challenge of whole-system integration”.  

Additional thanks go to Dr Martyn Thomas CBE, FREng, FIET, HonDSc for his assistance with the report "Transforming the Electricity System" and to Ashley Pocock CEng, FIET for his input on phase 3.