The Future Power System Architecture Project

Welcome to the Future Power System Architecture (FPSA) project

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What is FPSA?

FPSA is an ambitious effort involving dozens of industry professionals, academics, policymakers and stakeholders to assess the challenges to be faced in the electricity system by 2030 and to identify new functionality required.

The story so far...

FPSA 1 overview

The Future Power System Architecture (FPSA) project was commissioned by the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) and undertaken through a collaboration between the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Energy Systems Catapult. The collaboration has built upon a shared commitment to respond effectively to the challenges presented by the energy trilemma: decarbonisation, security of supply and affordability..

Latest News

FPSA challenge

FPSA2 – Meeting Britain’s Future Power System Challenges

The IET and project partners the Energy Systems Catapult are delighted to report the findings of the second phase of the Future Power Systems Architecture programme including eight in-depth reports and five perspective documents!


Preparing the Power System for 2030

Check out the latest FPSA Blog on the increasing demands placed on the energy system. Written by Eric Brown, Head of Innovation, Energy Systems Catapult

Contact us

Contact Information

If you would like to know more?

Do please get in touch with us. Our team working on the project can be contacted by emailing fpsa@es.catapult.org.uk or energy@theiet.org.