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How ETIP SNET is tackling the technical challenges of the energy transition

Wed 27 Nov 2019
14:00 London •15:00 Paris • 09:00 New York
GE's Dr Maher Chebbo, Chair of the Working Group 4 “Digitisation of the electricity system and Customer participation”  will give an overview of the ETIP SNET activities and outcomes together with some of the last published ETIP SNET Energy stories
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5G cuts the wires of the smart grid

Recorded: 10 Oct 2019
Some say that 5G is addressing the problems energy and utilities might have in 5-10 years, so what’s the hurry? Is it just another hype? It is true that 5G is the future but it is also right here, right now. Cellular massive machine type communication (mMTC) is being selected for large smart metering deployments, utilities are securing spectrums and invests in 5G ready private LTE networks. There are trials where 5G ultra reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is used for ancillary services to provide synthetic inertia, voltage control and frequency regulation.  

Network Tariffs and Taxation

Recorded: 27 Sep 2019
How do network tariffs work in the EU? Do you understand the opportunities they provide to flexibility services and decentralised solutions? smartEn, the European business association for digital and decentralised energy solutions, will cover all the ground on Network Tariffs and Taxation Network in an upcoming webinar. You will receive a thorough depiction of the countries that offer the best tariff structures for flexibility services based on latest market research of the European electricity system. Read below for more details and to register. 

Real world experience with a private LTE FAN

Recorded: 17 Sep 2019
Several factors are compelling utilities to private LTE for their field area network (FAN) communications - greater grid control and automation along with convergence for cost reduction and greater flexibility.

Cyber Security for the Electric Sector 101

Recorded: 05 Sep 2019
Cyber security has become a critical priority for electric utilities, which are increasingly dependent on information technology and telecommunication infrastructure to ensure the reliability and security of the electric grid. 

5G cuts the wires of the smart grid

Recorded: 10 Oct 2019
Some say that 5G is addressing the problems energy and utilities might have in 5-10 years, so what’s the hurry? Is it just another hype? It is true that 5G is the future but it is also right here, right now. Cellular massive machine type communication (mMTC) is being selected for large smart metering deployments, utilities are securing spectrums and invests in 5G ready private LTE networks. There are trials where 5G ultra reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is used for ancillary services to provide synthetic inertia, voltage control and frequency regulation.  

Network Tariffs and Taxation

Recorded: 27 Sep 2019
How do network tariffs work in the EU? Do you understand the opportunities they provide to flexibility services and decentralised solutions? smartEn, the European business association for digital and decentralised energy solutions, will cover all the ground on Network Tariffs and Taxation Network in an upcoming webinar. You will receive a thorough depiction of the countries that offer the best tariff structures for flexibility services based on latest market research of the European electricity system. Read below for more details and to register. 

Real world experience with a private LTE FAN

Recorded: 17 Sep 2019
Several factors are compelling utilities to private LTE for their field area network (FAN) communications - greater grid control and automation along with convergence for cost reduction and greater flexibility.

Cyber Security for the Electric Sector 101

Recorded: 05 Sep 2019
Cyber security has become a critical priority for electric utilities, which are increasingly dependent on information technology and telecommunication infrastructure to ensure the reliability and security of the electric grid. 

Electricity Balancing Markets

Recorded: 14 Jun 2019
How do the Electricity Balancing Markets work in the EU? What countries have the most friendly product design for Distributed Energy Resource?