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UPCOMING EVENTS

Future energy scenarios - National Grid
Come and be engaged with National Grid and the future energy scenarios.
Lecture 25 November 2014, Birmingham

54th 2014 Hunter Memorial Lecture
This lecture will be delivered by Mr. Mark Shorrock (CEO of Tidal Lagoon Power) on "Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon: a blueprint for a new kind of energy infrastructure" and will examine the plans for the tidal lagoon, the technology it will employ and the civil engineering challenges it will navigate.
Lecture 03 Dec 2014, Birmingham

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PREVIOUS EVENTS HVDC and Power Applications of Nano-materials Nano-materials and their application as electrical insulating materials have been eagerly anticipated in the light of exciting laboratory developments globally. However, translation to engineering practise has not yet met early expectations. This lecture will examine the... read more...
Posted by Julie Hudson on IET Midlands Power Group Oct 30, 2014 9:43 GMT
Hi, On Wednesday 4th December the IET Birmingham Local Network is hosting an evening event at Austin Court on the Bloodhound Supersonic Car (SSC) given by the Chief Engineer of the project, which may be of interest to some members of this Community. Please see this page for further details of the event and to register:... read more...
Posted by Ivan Ellis on IET Midlands Power Group Nov 20, 2013 12:55 GMT

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All Energy 2014
If you’re planning to attend All Energy on 21-22 May, why not come along to the IET’s conference session to hear from members of the Power Networks Joint Vision (PNJV) expert group. Read more at http://mycommunity.theiet.org/blogs/612/1094
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