IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture – “Impact of High Solar PV Penetrations on Distribution Network and Solar PV Research at the University of Queensland, Australia” by Prof Tapan Kumar Saha.

The University of Manchester, C53, Sackville Building, , Manchester

IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture – “Impact of High Solar PV Penetrations on Distribution Network and Solar PV Research at the University of Queensland, Australia” by Prof Tapan Kumar Saha. IEEE UK and Ireland Power and Energy Section are delighted that Professor Tapan Kumar Saha, Chair, IEEE Australia Council & Member of Electrical College Board (Engineers Australia) and [...]

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IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture – “Smart Condition Monitoring of Transformers” by Prof Tapan Kumar Saha.

The University of Manchester, C53, Sackville Building, , Manchester

IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture – “Smart Condition Monitoring of Transformers” by Prof Tapan Kumar Saha. IEEE UK and Ireland Power and Energy Section are delighted that Professor Tapan Kumar Saha, Chair, IEEE Australia Council & Member of Electrical College Board (Engineers Australia) and Leader, Power & Energy Systems Research Division, School of Information Technology & Electrical Engineering, [...]

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IEEE UK and Ireland Section PES Chapter Lecture – ‘Entrepreneurial Leadership’

The University of Manchester Room E1, Renold Building, Manchester

The IEEE UK and Ireland Section’s Power & Energy Society Chapter presents 'Entrepreneurial Leadership – A Practitioner's Guide'. You know that Entrepreneurial Leadership is an interesting subject by the number of academics that have written learned papers on the subject! However, this evening's interactive event will be from the perspective of a practitioner rather than [...]

IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture – Reliability and Resilience in Low-carbon, Low-inertia Power Systems

University of Manchester Room D7, Renold Building, Sackville Street, Manchester

The primary aim of this IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture is to discuss how, based on both technical and economic considerations, there is a need for introducing new analysis and modelling frameworks that are capable to securely deal with low-inertia system operation and make future low-carbon power systems more resilient to high-impact, low-probability events.

IEEE PES Distinguished Lecture – PV Rich Communities, Storage, and Flexibility: The Need for Distribution System Operators

University of Manchester Room D7, Renold Building, Sackville Street, Manchester

PV-rich communities will pose significant technical and economic challenges to distribution networks - but also some opportunities. For this PV-rich future to thrive, more intelligent, flexible electricity networks - or Smart Grids - are likely to play an important role.

Distribution Networks with Greater Distributed Generation and Electric Vehicle Diversity

The University of Manchester Room C24, School of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Sackville Street Building, Sackville Street, Manchester

With the rapid increase in the connection of distributed generation and anticipated new load (electric vehicles particularly), Distributed Network Operators (DNOs) are facing new challenges: thermal constraints, voltage issues, protection, electrical losses, and high costs to maintain, reinforce, and manage the networks.

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