The IET Conference on Substation Technology 2009 - Analysing the strategic and practical issues of m

Venue: Thinktank

Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 03, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 04, 2009
Registration Date: Nov 03, 2009
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Description

The Substation Technology 2009 Conference is a two day programme, packed with informative sessions and interactive discussions, delivering an examination of the plant equipment you are working with, the techniques employed to increase intelligence, and reviewing the cost effective design options for substations and the IEC 61850 standards.

Challenges
As an integral part of the transmission and distribution network in the UK, substation technology is undergoing the same analysis as the rest of the ageing infrastructure. Economic and environmental concerns, plus an increasing growth in demand are placing huge pressures on existing substations.

As the industry increases investment in transmission and distribution networks and increases substation construction, the need becomes clear to create a reliable, self-healing active power network, ensuring reliability and responding effectively.

This event will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the technology employed in substation automation projects, as well as the design, management and construction of the modern substation.

Substation Technology 2009 provides a forum to overcome the disconnection between “the folks making this equipment and those who are using it”.

Why attend?
Learn from an examination of the latest developments in substations, the strategic issues of automation programmes and how to integrate this technology.

building / demonstrating the financial case for investment of new technologies
understanding substation automation projects from utility companies
substation automation projects within a potential smart grid of self healing network
impact of changing network functions
absorbing real benefits from the integration/installation of new technology
integrating new technologies
how technologies can ensure energy delivery
discussions – debugging the myth – pro’s and cons of IEC61850
European case studies from utility companies

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Additional Information

The Hunter Memorial Lecture and Dinner will also be taking place on the evening of 3 November at Thinktank, Birmingham. The Lecture is free to attend and the speaker, Duncan Botting (Managing Director, ITI Energy) will be lecturing on ‘Policies, Incentives, Barriers and Enablers for Innovation in Power Systems’. A dinner will follow the lecture. Further information and costs will be posted on the website (www.theiet.org/substation) shortly.

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