Exploring the electrical industry's role in spearheading a more sustainable future

In an era where sustainability is not just an option but a necessity, Powered On: Engineering a Sustainable Future offers a series of engaging presentations and panel discussions featuring key industry leaders focused purely on sustainability.

Key Facts

200+
Attendees

15
Speakers

6
Sessions

Agenda

09:05 - 09:35

Keynote

Electrifying Sustainability - The Grid of the Future

How the grid is changing to enable a more sustainable future.

Jon Davis

Director Network Operations & Intelligence, Electricity Transmission
National Grid

09:35 - 10:05

Session

Sustainable Design in Practice​​

An opportunity to showcase a sustainable project and discuss the outcomes.

10:05 - 10:45

Panel

Smart Grids and IoT: Revolutionising Energy Management​

A 40-minute panel discussion on the transformative role of IoT and smart grids in energy management.

Mark Potter

CTO
3ti Energy Hubs

11:00 - 11:40

Panel

Balancing Act: Renewable Energy and Grid Reliability

A 40-minute panel exploring the integration of renewable energy with grid reliability.

Tom Faulkner - Moderator

Head of Assets & Infrastructure
Cornwall Insight

Emilis Srage

Product Manager
Electron

Phil Thompson

CEO
Balance Power

11:40 - 12:20

Panel

Electrifying Transportation: Accelerating the Transition to Electric Vehicles

This 40-minute panel will discuss the role of electrical technologies in accelerating the transition to electric vehicles, exploring the challenges and opportunities of electrifying transportation, including the development of charging infrastructure, the use of renewable energy, and the impact on grid stability.

Paul Marshall

Co-Founder and CCO
Eseye

12:20 - 12:50

Session

How AI is transforming the electrical grid​

Traditional centralised distribution models won’t be how we meet decarbonisation goals while distributed energy resources (DERs) will be the backbone of grid transformation.

Bret Simon

Strategic Business Development
Exodigo

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