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.

Utility Week Live is the UK’s only exhibition dedicated to the gas, electricity and water industries, connecting Britain’s utilities to their suppliers, contractors and partners.

The IET were at the show to promote CIRED 2017 and to capture the CPD-accredited seminar programme with more than 40 seminar sessions organised around six content streams: Innovation, skills, data & analytics, Totex, customers and resilience. View the full conference stream.

The conference speakers are experts from both inside and outside the UK utility industry. We have selected a few of the sessions below for your interest and enjoyment.

Keynote Sessions

Keynote: The future of energy systems - Nick Winser, chairman - Energy Systems Catapult

  • Rethinking the institutional architecture of the energy system
  • How will it develop between 2016-2050 and what does that mean for utilities?
  • Bridging the ‘valley of death’ – redefining the innovation landscape to bring new technologies to market

Keynote: The future of energy regulation - Dermot Nolan, Ofgem

  • How has the CMA inquiry affected the energy supply landscape?
  • The role of energy regulation in enabling a connected future
  • How the regulator is fostering innovation and driving competition in the sector

Keynote: The future of E.ON – making disruption work - Sara Vaughan, E.On UK

Keynote: The Future of Utilities: Myron Hrycyk, Roopak Verma, Vernon Bonser, Chris Stone

Keynote: Driving utilities of the future – three digital steps we need to take today
Myron Hrycyk Maple Hawthorn – Digital Transformation

Electricity Sessions

The changing energy system and its owners and customers

The very ‘givens’ are already changing – how ready are we?
John Scott

Future Power System Architecture
Simon Harrison

Smart Grid Forum projects – assessing & delivering future networks
Duncan Botting

Lessons from the DS2030 project – a detailed examination of the 2030 network
Gillian Williamson

The changing energy system and its owners and customers - Q & A
Simon Harrison, Duncan Botting, Gillian Williamson

Heat Sessions

The future of heat within a future integrated energy system
Tony Glover

Heat Decarbonisation - the options
Keith MacLean

Understanding the implications and potential routes for decarbonising heat
Jeremy Bungey

Making the case for heat networks Q&A
Keith MacLean, Jeremy Bungey, Ian Allan

Understanding where heat networks are most effective
Rufus Ford

Getting generation right – understanding technology selection and available heat sources
Dominic Bowers