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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 10:00 to Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 17:00

The UK is the most exciting offshore wind market in the world in 2019, with up to 6GW of new capacity coming forward at record low prices. Leading UK developers are expanding into new markets like the USA and Taiwan who in turn are opening up opportunities for export and investment across the globe.

This exciting world of opportunity is brought to life at Renewable UK Global Offshore Wind 2019:

  • Network with 3000 offshore wind professionals from 40 countries
  • Learn from the experiences of 200 expert speakers over two days of intense debates, presentations, panels and workshops
  • Meet with 150 exhibitors demonstrating the very latest in industry innovation transforming the supply chain
  • Promote your brand profile & share your experience across four bespoke theatres : Global Markets, Logistics, Innovation and Subsea Theatres
  • Personalise your experience and build a programme of sessions, meetings, networking and socialising with our interactive event app, polling tool, live streaming and much more
  • Support your industry by attending this event organised your trade association RenewableUK - #byindustryforindustry. 

Muhammad Ali from TNEI will be attending this event. If you would like to connect, please get in touch

Thursday, July 4, 2019 - 17:00

We are delighted to announce that TNEI's Gordon McFadzean will be speaking on 'Understanding the Impact of Electric Vehicles on Power Networks' at this event. 

There are a host of variables to consider when attempting to forecast the impact of the UK Government’s drive to have zero emission cars and vans by 2050.  The development of a comprehensive and coherent charging infrastructure to keep pace with the required growth of EVs is certainly one of the most significant challenges to achieving this ambitious target.

It is the view of many that our power grid, from Transmission through to Distribution will need to look to the implementation of practical ‘smart solutions’ in order to avoid costly and disruptive network reinforcement.  These solutions will necessitate that all stakeholders co-ordinate their efforts.

This seminar will address some of the issues and describe the effort that are being made to quantify, model and plan for the challenge ahead.

For more information including details on how to register, please visit the event page. Please get in touch if you would like to connect at the event. 

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 10:00

Solar & Storage Live is the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition focussing on solar, energy and battery storage, as well as EVs and EV Infrastructure. Over 4,000 visitors will attend the 3-day exhibition being exposed to 100+ exhibitors and 200+ speakers. 

With several theatres across the exhibition floor this year we have introduced dedicated theatres for demand management, future power, energy storage, EVs and installers. Residential, C&I and utility scales will be covered from across the UK, Europe and international markets. 

Principal Consultant and Connections lead Chris Ellis will be attending from TNEI. If you would like to connect at the event, please get in touch.  

This event is free to attend, to register for tickets please visit the event website

Friday, September 20, 2019 - 09:00 to Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 17:00

Today, new global energy challenges are emerging. The application of the huge number of new technologies and new equipment makes the electric power system more complex. The deep integration of information technology and power systems brings not only intelligence, but also challenges to the energy system. To deal with those new challenges and achieve goals such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, Paris Agreement and air pollution abatement, we need to reconsider and investigate the issue of energy development and provide effective systematic solutions for the upgrading of the power systems.

The aim of the CIGRE symposium Chengdu 2019 is to provide a forum for recent research findings and operational experiences related to sustainable, active and digital development of power systems (from UHV to distribution), and in particular, to address recent technical advances and policy developments that allow transmission and distribution networks to enter their next era.

Charlotte Higgins from TNEI will be attending the CIGRE symposium in Chengdu. If you would like to connect at the event, please get in touch