Grid 2 - The changing face of electricity network service mechanisms

Grid 2 - The changing face of electricity network service mechanisms

16 May 2019, 11:00 - 12:30

M4
Language:
English

A look at the changing face of national markets across T&D including the impact of Project TERRE and how providers need to evolve in the face of ever more dynamic systems.

Chair: Keith Bell, Professor of Smart Grids and a Co-Director of the UK Energy Research Centre, University of Strathclyde 

The Future of Energy - Energy as a service
Emma Davidson, Business Consultant, SSE Enterprise 

A Capacity Market fit for the future?
Keith Bell, Professor of Smart Grids and a Co-Director of the UK Energy Research Centre, University of Strathclyde 

Queue Management: From despair to where?
Michael Rieley, Commercial Policy Manager, SSEN 

Project TERRE
Bernie Dolan, EU Codes Change Manager, NGESO

Project TERRE - A user’s perspective  
Mark Meyrick, Ecotricity

Q&A and panel discussion 
- Additional panellist: Neal Rafferty, Head of Electricity Policy and Large Scale Renewables, Scottish Government 


Programme subject to change 

Contributors

  • Keith Bell

    Chairperson

    ScottishPower Professor of Smart Grids

    University of Strathclyde

    Keith Bell holds the ScottishPower Chair in Smart Grids at the University of Strathclyde and is a co-Director of the UK Energy Research Centre...

  • Neal Rafferty

    Panellist

    Head of Electricity Policy and Large Scale Renewables

    Scottish Government

    Neal heads up a team in the Scottish Government's Energy and Climate Change Directorate, responsible for electricity system, market and regulatory...

  • Emma Davidson

    Speaker

    Business Consultant

    SSE Enterprise

    Emma’s career began at a Strategy Consultancy, called White Space. At White Space, Emma ran projects across a wide variety of sectors: from...

  • Mark Meyrick

    Speaker

    Head of Trading & Smart Grids

    Ecotricity

    Chartered accountant who became a FX options trader for various banks and been working in energy and carbon markets since 1998, having set up EDF...

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