Join techUK for a focused workshop with the team behind the Future Power Systems Architecture (FPSA). FSPA is a combined effort involving dozens of industry professionals, academics, policymakers and stakeholders, led by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Energy Systems Catapult, sponsored by Innovate UK, to assess the challenges to be faced in the electricity system by 2030 and to identify new functionality required.
On the day we will explore a selection of the system functions central to our future energy system, discussing how they might be delivered and what opportunities exist for the tech sector.
Registration starts at 14:30, the workshop will begin at 15:00.
|1||Welcome & Introductions|
|2||Update | Future Power Systems Architecture Project|
|o Progress to date
o Next phases
o Opportunities to get involved
|3||Active Network Management Discussion| Vendors new to the Supply Chain (incl. grid edge products, data and communications systems and service providers, white goods manufacturers)|
o Opportunities & consequences
o Key system functions
o How can we deliver these functions (incl. discussion around what barriers currently exist and what technology is already in the market delivering services)
|4||Roundup and Close|
There are limited spaces, this workshop is limited to one representative per company, if you would like to register for this please get in touch.
To find out more, please download the document attached below.FPSA Programme: Perspectives for Vendors & Supply Chain (pdf)