Previous UK Events

Future Power Networks Seminar

Event Date: 18 February 2018

  Monday 26th March 2018 | 09.00 to 16.00 | ARUP Offices, 13 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 4BQ Overview This event, kindly hosted by ARUP, will feature informative presentations by Keynote speakers and CIGRE members who serve on global Study Committees addressing a vision of our future power networks.  A must attend CPD event and a great networking opportunity! Agenda ·      Kamal Siriwardhana (ARUP): Welcome ·      Zia Emin (CIGRE UK Technical Committee Chair): Introduction to the day ·      Ian Gardiner (ARUP): Future energy scenarios ·      Mark Henning (National Grid): Innovation in the System Operator ·      Carl Barker (B4): Impact on future networks of...

Click here to Read more

WNUK Networking Event

Event Date: 15 September 2016

Cigre WNUK aim to build a strong platform to support females in the power and energy sector. Part of the women’s network at Cigre is to organise Network events in order to update Cigre members about the progress of work of Cigre WNUK and create a first-class networking group to support females in their career. Kindly hosted by ABB Ltd, we are planning for this event to be enjoyable as well as informative and we are confident that each of you, regardless of your career level, will find it valuable. Registration is at 3pm with refreshments and a chance to meet...

Click here to Read more

System Technical Performance Issues Related to the Application of Long HVAC Cables

Event Date: 7 September 2016

CIGRE UK Technical Webinar Series Session Five - System Technical Performance Issues Related to the Application of Long HVAC Cables Presented by Dr Zia Emin Wednesday 7th September 2016 - 12:30 to 13:30hrs Fundamentally there is nothing new in terms of the technical performance of a transmission system with long cable lines compared to one with long overhead lines. However, due to the difference in their physical properties cables have a much higher shunt capacitance value compared to overhead lines. This results in a much greater need for reactive power compensation, presence of resonances at the lower end of the...

Click here to Read more