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UK Power Networks is the UK’s largest electricity distributor, and today are publishing their vision for how the network will adapt to meet the changing needs of the 8.2 million homes and businesses we serve across London, the South East and East of England. UKPN would like you to help them shape our vision of a…Find out more
PNDC presented at the Engine as a Weapon VII International Symposium (https://www.eaaw.org.uk/) on the 21st June 2017. The symposium attracted an international audience and included naval engineers and architects, electrical systems and technology engineering personnel, government representatives, heads of power and propulsion systems, weapons and systems engineers, senior design engineers and industry leaders plus academia…Find out more
Earlier this year, an event enabling collaboration between UK and US influencers laid out some forward pathways for the enhanced effort to enable integrated energy systems for the future. Find out more by accessing the recently published report: http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy17osti/68733.pdf For further information please contact email@example.comFind out more
The University of Strathclyde has signed an agreement with Energy Systems Catapult to support innovative companies in transforming the UK energy system. The two organisations will seek out opportunities to help innovators, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), to evolve the UK energy system by addressing systems integration challenges such as data management, communications and…Find out more
Powerline Technologies Ltd has been selected as the winner of the Power Networks Demonstration Centre’s SME Competition by the PNDC Executive Board. The Board, consisting of senior representatives from network operators UK Power Networks, SSEN, Scottish Power Energy Networks and industrial members Vodafone and CISCO, made the decision following pitches from three shortlisted entries in…Find out more
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