Supergen Energy Networks Hub

Webinars

Webinars

The events supported by the EPSRC Supergen Energy Networks Hub include webinars on a range of topics. Recordings of the webinars are available to download following the event.

 

Monthly Webinar Series 2020/21

Our series of webinars will focus on the research of our seven flex funded projects which were awarded in 2019. 

Please register to attend the series. If you have any questions or queries please contact Lindsey Allen, Research Project Coordinator.

Previous webinar sessions are available to view on our YouTube channel.

ECR: XHub Webinar Series

Early Career Researcher: Cross- Hub Webinar Series

The Supergen Hubs have got together to host a new series of cross-hub webinars to allow ECRs from all the Supergen Hubs to connect and share their experience under these challenging circumstances! 

23 June Session

The first session held on the 23 June consisted of a number of five minute presentations from ECR's showcasing the work which is going on across the Supergen Hubs.

2 July Session

The session held on the 2 June discussed well-being and working from home.  The session looked at reflecting on your own personal resiliance in times of challenge.

Up-coming Sessions 2021

We are in the process of confirming our next x-hub session, details will be announced soon.

EV Smart Charging

A series of webinars providing an introduction to vehicle to grid (V2G) and smart charging projects and topics, with invited guest speakers from institutions in the UK and overseas. 

Electric Vehicles Smart Charging Webinar Series

Whole Energy Systems

Whole Energy Systems Webinar Series

The Whole Energy Systems Interest Group at Newcastle University are excited to announce this terms webinars, to be held fortnightly on Thursdays from 11:00 - 12:00 (GMT/UTC), please register to join the talks:

11 February

The future of cooling and its links to the Sustainable Development Goals

Nicole Miranda (University of Oxford)

Slides of the presentation are available to view.

25 February

Open energy system models: overview, community, legal context, emerging infrastructure

Robbie Morrison (Open Energy Modeling Community)

11 March

Decarbonising heat and shipping

Olivia Carpenter-Lomax (Ricardo Energy & Environment)

25 March

Model-based decision-support for the energy transition with Calliope

Stefan Pfenninger (ETH Zurich (TU Delft)

 

Past sessions are available to view online

OPEN: An Open-Source Python Platform for Developing Smart Local Energy System Applications

Thomas Morstyn

Quantifying the sensitivity of European Power Systems to Climate Variability and Change

Hannah Bloomfield 

Load Forcasting for Low Voltage Distribution Systems

Stephen Haben 

From Transmission to Thermostat: Integrated Building/Grid Operations

Kyri Baker

Drivers and Challenges for Multi-Energy System Analysis

Graeme Hawker

Co-innovating the development of distribution systems to enable decarbonisation 

Pádraig Lyons

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