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IEEE PES - SPECS Joint Webinar “Energy Grid Analytics” Roundtable

Published on: 5 August 2021





The IEEE Power & Energy Society Singapore Local Chapter (IEEE PES) and the Smart Grid and Power Electronics Consortium Singapore (SPECS) are jointly organizing a 90 minutes real-time webinar for academia, students and industry energy practitioners on Energy Grid Analytics. Some of the best industry practitioners and academia will share their insights on the current innovation and state-of-the-art best practices.


At the end of the webinar, the attendees will gain advanced knowledge in the area of energy grid analytics, the current best practices and future state-of-the-art.


Abstract:

Smart grid big data analytics is promising to shake up an industry not known for its technological innovations: Utilities. There is a growing overlap between utilities and data, with data sensors and other equipment being integrated into the provision of utility resources. Energy companies are using smart grid analytics to measure various variables, like the amount of energy distributed from smart network triggers. Smart data analytics is, therefore, going to have a huge impact on how we live.


Objectives:

Energy Grid Analytics: Smart grid big data analytics is promising to shake up an industry not known for its technological innovations: Utilities. There is a growing overlap between utilities and data, with data sensors and other equipment being integrated into the provision of utility resources. Energy companies are using smart grid analytics to measure various variables, like the amount of energy distributed from smart network triggers. Smart data analytics is, therefore, going to have a huge impact on how we live.

Source: Selertiy


Speakers, Moderators & Session Chair

  1. Mr. Chan Eng Kiat, NCS

  2. Dr. Chen Shuaixun, Siemens

  3. Dr. Daniel Liang, UL

  4. Assoc. Prof Xu Yan, NTU

  5. Dr. Koh Leong Hai, SPECS

  6. Er. Tan Teck Lee, IEEE PES


Smart grid big data analytics is promising to shake up an industry not known for its technological innovations: Utilities. There is a growing overlap between utilities and data, with data sensors and other equipment being integrated into the provision of utility resources. Energy companies are using smart grid analytics to measure various variables, like the amount of energy distributed from smart network triggers. Smart data analytics is, therefore, going to have a huge impact on how we live.

This event is free but registration is required.

Date: 5th August 2021 (Thursday)


Time: 7.30pm


Venue: Join Zoom Meeting


https://ntu-sg.zoom.us/j/93524103062


Meeting ID: 935 2410 3062

Passcode: 344189


Website: https://site.ieee.org/singapore-pes/


Note: Please use the same registration name to log onto zoom. Only registered participants will be allowed in.