FPSA - the views are getting better, but are we near the top yet?
The Future Power System Architecture project is addressing what is arguably the biggest challenge Britain's energy sector has ever seen. Externally driven changes are standing the known order on its head, transformative change can be seen in every direction and it's involving new parties, new technologies, new services, multi-vector integration, and institutional change. The learning from the FPSA project is emerging from some six years of work that's engaged with a wide range of stakeholders, involved more than a dozen specialist consultants, and now maintains a database in excess of 1,000 industry contacts. This session will summarise the project, outline the most recent learning, and share some of the joys ...and the pains!
Chair: Duncan Botting, Managing Director, Global Smart Transformation and Lead of Enabling Frameworks work stream, FPSA
Dusting off the crystal ball
Duncan Botting, Managing Director, Global Smart Transformation and Lead of Enabling Frameworks work stream, FPSA
FPSA3 - headlines from recent learning
Olivia Carpenter, Senior Consultant – Technical, Ricardo
Enabling Frameworks - moving from concept towards reality
Robert Hull, Director, Riverswan Energy Advisory
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Linda Chandler, Founder, Hyperlocal Cities