Community Connects Workshop- How the Grid Works

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June 29, 2018 - June 29, 2018

09:00 to 14:00 2018-06-29 09:00:00 2018-06-29 14:00:00 Europe/London Community Connects Workshop- How the Grid Works <p>This workshop delivered by Electricity North West is designed to help delegates get an insight into the issues affecting the electricity distribution grid, how they are managed and the potential impact on community and local energy projects. It is for non-electrical engineers with an interest in the subject who want ... Griffin House, 40 Lever St, Manchester M60 6ES, UK g.papi@communityenergyengland.org
Griffin House, 40 Lever St, Manchester M60 6ES, UK

This workshop delivered by Electricity North West is designed to help delegates get an insight into the issues affecting the electricity distribution grid, how they are managed and the potential impact on community and local energy projects. It is for non-electrical engineers with an interest in the subject who want to understand how it can impact or benefit your project.

It will give an overview of the structure of the electricity grid, explain grid capacity, how it is measured and managed. It will talk through the process for handling grid connection applications and introduce heat maps w...

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This workshop delivered by Electricity North West is designed to help delegates get an insight into the issues affecting the electricity distribution grid, how they are managed and the potential impact on community and local energy projects. It is for non-electrical engineers with an interest in the subject who want to understand how it can impact or benefit your project.

It will give an overview of the structure of the electricity grid, explain grid capacity, how it is measured and managed. It will talk through the process for handling grid connection applications and introduce heat maps which show the available capacity on the network.

This is part of the Community Connects workshops and the first two workshops will be held in Community Energy Fortnight 2018. The other workshop is Community Energy Project Management (without too Many Tears) which is being held in Preston on 5th July.

Future workshops will cover:

  • Energy efficiency for community and local energy schemes,
  • Breaking down barriers to develop partnership for delivery
  • New business models for community energy scheme
  • Financial modelling for community energy projects
  • Understanding leases for community energy projects
  • Raising finance for community projects, Quantum Strategy and Technology

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