Engerati In Focus Webinars

IoT case study: How United Utilities is finding value in operational water data

Webinar Date: 
Thu 28 Sep 14:00
Overview: 

Utilities are increasingly inundated with growing volumes of data, many of which are now becoming readily available powered by the latest generation of low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and devices.
However, only a small proportion of organisations are making full use of the business value hidden within their operational data assets and making IoT truly useful.

Emerging technologies: Artificial intelligence in energy retail

Webinar Date: 
Wed 27 Sep 14:00
Overview: 

The next few decades will see a dramatic shift in the way utility consumers buy, sell and interact with their energy supplier.

The grid will be heavily automated with smart sensors auto-predicting demand levels and shifting supply accordingly. And customers will be active participants, selling their flexibility to aggregators for the right price.

An emerging new technology that will help with the energy transition is artificial intelligence.

How to build a better business case for utility asset investment planning

Webinar Date: 
Fri 22 Sep 13:00
Overview: 

When planning investments, you must focus on realising the maximum value from your assets, while ensuring that your utility is managing risk, service levels and demand on resources.
As highlighted in a previous Engerati-Copperleaf webinar, you can derive the greatest value when you implement asset management practices recommended by ISO 55000, and align your decisions with your strategic objectives.

Managing asset data: How Alpiq prepared for the IoT

Webinar Date: 
Tue 19 Sep 14:00
Overview: 

Swiss electricity and energy services provider Alpiq together with data and application management specialist DigitalRoute present this webinar on ‘Managing asset data: How Alpiq prepared for the IoT’.
In an evidence-based case study, Alpiq’s Head of Energy Al Christian Jacobsson, PhD explains why the company deployed specialist supporting technology in 2016, the same year it launched an innovative energy solutions unit.

Low voltage grid analytics: A Vattenfall case study

Webinar Date: 
Mon 18 Sep 14:00
Overview: 

New opportunities for distribution operational savings can be created by the intersection of power line based communications and edge computing with smart metering. This webinar will explain how Swedish distribution system operator (DSO) Vattenfall increased its visibility beyond the medium voltage grid into the low voltage grid, and identify how other DSOs can obtain similar benefits.
The session will also look at the potential for increased operational savings while improving service quality. In this webinar, you will learn about: 

Enabling a smart grid: How to prioritise data traffic for faster utility networks

Webinar Date: 
Wed 13 Sep 14:00
Overview: 

Distributed generation, demand response and consumer flexibility are all possibilities for the electric grid but digitisation relies on a properly planned communication network that will allow growth. Utilities are faced with several key questions and challenges on how to design a smart grid communication network that will scale and grow without an enormous burden on cost. Utility networks are becoming more and more complex and the evolution to IP/MPLS based traffic is driving the adoption of newer services and applications.

Switchgear solutions: Reclosing on 10-38kV underground circuits

Webinar Date: 
Mon 11 Sep 14:00
Overview: 

What is the impact of closing and reclosing in resolving underground faults? This webinar clearly explains the types of faults that can occur on underground feeder sections and the negative effect that reclosing practices can have on distribution assets. Drawing on data from UK distribution network operators - where an estimated 8,000 faults are reported on underground cables per year - this webinar also identifies how faults on mixed overhead and underground feeders are the most difficult to manage for reliability and protection.

Monetising electricity flex: a 5-step framework

Webinar Date: 
Thu 31 Aug 14:00
Overview: 

The increase of renewable generation has created a need for flexibility. Large energy consumers own flexibility but how can monetise it? How can they seize this new business opportunity?
The shift to a distributed generation utility model has created a need for flexibility - the ability to increase or decrease power production and consumption on demand to stabilise the grid.

Pivotal role of an IP/MPLS management platform in critical grid communications

Webinar Date: 
Tue 27 Jun 13:00
Overview: 

A confluence of new market forces, green environmental regulations and disruptive energy technologies is prompting momentous changes in the utility industry. Consequently, many utilities are migrating to an IP/MPLS network as the communications foundation of their smart grids.

Energy efficiency in a regulated market: Austria’s G3-PLC smart meter rollout

Webinar Date: 
Wed 21 Jun 13:00
Overview: 

How do you implement national regulation and secure your grid edge investments?
Austrian legislature mandates 95% of households to be equipped with smart meters by the end of 2019 to meet the European Union’s energy efficiency targets.
Building a digital infrastructure, however, requires significant investments on the utilities’ part. Given the long-term nature of the project, utilities expect to realise the full potential of their smart energy solution at the lowest total cost of ownership.

 
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