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

Following on from the success of the 2020 Supergen ECR Cross Hub webinar series, the Supergen Hubs have started a new series of webinars for 2021.  This is a great chance to see what research is happening across the whole Supergen network and potentially find some new opportunities for cross-hub collaboration.  

The first session was held in March and further sessions are planned throughout the year.  For more information please contact the ECR committee members.

All sessions are recorded and available to view on the youtube website. 

Session 1: Current ECR Research within Supergen Hubs (March 3rd 2021)

Available to view 

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:

22 April

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

Stefan Pfenninger (ETH Zurich (TU Delft)

6 May

Smart Energy Network Demonstrators and Digital Twins

Ian Lloyd, Siemens

20 May

A decision tool for real-time operation of public sector multi-energy systems

Sathsara Abeysinghe, Cardiff University

3 June

CESI Operational model: Introduction and instances of application

Hamid Hosseini and Adib Allaham, Newcastle University

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