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2020 Energy Conference: New Energy Landscape - Opportunities and Challenges

When May 15, 2020
from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Babbage Lecture Theatre, David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site, University of Cambridge
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 CUEN Energy Conference 2020

The 4th Annual Energy Conference hosted by the Cambridge University Energy Network and the Energy & Environment special interest group (SIG) from Cambridge Judge Business School will take place on 15 May 2020.

Panel discussions
Financing and investments in the energy sector
Interdisciplinary panel on Climate Change

Energy policy and economics 
Energy storage
Hydrogen economy
Digitalisation in Energy (AI, Machine Learning, Block-chain, Big data)
Energy outlook

Start-up Pitch session 


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2020 Africans in STEM Symposium

When Apr 17, 2020 09:00 PM to
May 17, 2020 05:30 PM
Where Maxwell Centre, Cambridge, UK
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Africans in STEM is a platform for Africans involved in STEM and STEM-related disciplines to connect, share ideas and create collaborations. This platform is open to people who identify as African or of African descent, and people who work on or are interested in African issues.

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Next generation solutions for electrical grid monitoring

When May 21, 2020
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Room LT0, Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street
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Emerging social trends such as the widespread deployment of small-scale solar installations, the adoption of electric vehicles and changing patterns of power generation are putting immense pressure on the UKs electrical grid infrastructure. In order to invest efficiently and minimise consumer bills, the Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) are in a race to upgrade, maintain and replace infrastructure as our demand for energy grows.

Under an Innovate UK grant, 42 Technology opened discussions with 5 DNOs to discover why smart metering of the grid is not being widely adopted. This revealed that the major factors came down to the cost of meters and long disruptions in service during installation. To overcome these problems 42 Technology designed and tested a novel retrofittable low cost secondary substation monitor called ‘FuseOhm’. FuseOhm is a fraction of the cost and takes a fraction of the time to install compared to existing solutions. This presentation will look at how 42 Technology built their FuseOhm substation monitor and walks through the steps they are taking to make the smart grid a reality.

Richard Prudence is an Electronics Engineer and one of the technical leads on the FuseOhm Project. 42 Technology is a Cambridge based technical consultancy focused on solving complex engineering problems and developing next generation products.

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This talk is part of the IET series.



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