Net-zero at heart of upcoming conference
The subject of net-zero will be at the heart of this month's Network Asset Performance Conference in Birmingham with industry experts providing their views on how to deliver the asset base for the net-zero challenge.
9th September 2019 by Networks
Speakers from National Grid, Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks and Wales & West Utilities will be talking about a variety of subjects ranging from how hydrogen could drive the future of heat, meeting the increased demand for electric vehicles and taking a whole-systems approach to decarbonising South Wales.
The event, which is taking place at the National Conference Centre on 25 September, will bring together leaders from gas and power to help tackle network asset challenges head on. The conference will consist of a range of presentations, case studies and interactive panel sessions and will address how networks can continue to improve asset resilience, the impact RIIO2 will have on asset management, the importance of data optimisation and how performance can be maintained through the increased introduction of electric vehicles.
To book your place or see more details of the agenda visit https://event.networks.online/asset/
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