Specialist energy consultancy TNEI is launching a series of webinars offering additional knowledge and inspiration on a variety of industry topics such as key innovation challenges, the new G5/5 requirements, and IPSA functionalities. Each webinar will focus on a specific topic and will include a presentation by an industry expert followed by Q&A with participants.
We will be sharing key knowledge and up-to-date industry information in the 30-minute sessions with our experts. We aim to touch upon some key questions that are being asked at the moment:
- What are the latest G5/5 requirements and how do they impact harmonic compliance assessments?
- What are the key innovation challenges facing DNOs in order to reach Net Zero?
- How do we plan a network in line with G99 requirements?
Director of Networks and Innovation, Stephanie Hay comments:
“There is so much going on in the industry at the moment that it can be difficult to keep track of all the latest developments. It is my hope that, through this series of webinars, we can help clients and the wider industry to stay informed. After carrying out some research we have carefully put this agenda together to cover what people need to know about right now. We are looking forward to sharing our knowledge and the team is excited to engage with people who want to know more on these topics.”
The first webinar of the series will take place on the 12th November 2020: “Demystifying Bayesian Statistics” and is suitable for anyone interested in how to address uncertainty in the electricity networks transformation, particularly those also interested in data science. Future events in the series will focus on a wide range of subjects including machine learning, earthing and protection database management.
Sessions will be delivered weekly and are available to attend for free. Please register your place in advance. The full series timetable and registration details for each session can be found on the TNEI Insights page.
If you have any questions, would like further information or would like to suggest a topic that you want to hear more about – please get in touch.