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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.
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Resource Pages
View the PGCU Resource Pages for footage and information on previous events and visits

Outgoing Chair Message
End of session round up from the PGCU Outgoing Chair, Steve Warland,
 



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Are you at All-Energy this week?

As part of our ongoing relationship with All-Energy, the IET will be hosting conference sessions on Sustainable Cities in Glasgow. If you are at All-Energy, why not come and join us?

Sustainable Cities
6 May 2015, 14:00 - 15:30: Sustainable Cities Theatre
Experts form the University of Strathclyde, the Carbon Trust, UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC), Nottingham Trent University and Glasgow City discuss the low carbon cities of the future in this Q&A session.

Sustainable Cities Technology
7 May 2015, 15:30 - 17:00: Sustainable Cities Theatre
Alan Howard, IET Sector Head for Thought Leadership will chair an interactive discussion on sustainable cities with a focus on the application of technologies in smart cities.
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PGCU resource pages

Renewable Machines and Power Electronics
With increasing demand for energy from renewable sources this timely seminar is one half of a series looking at recent developments in electrical machines and power electronics.

Electrical Safety Management
This seminar was about creating a strong electrical safety culture to avoid accidents. Visit the page to learn more.

Airfield Engineering
Learn more about Airfield Engineering and view recent presentations which discuss the topic and the introduction of LED Technology.

All-Energy

View the presentations from the IET's sessions at All-Energy which span a range of topics from hydropower to smart grids and much more.  


Culham Centre for Fusion Energy

Get an introduction to Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, one of the world’s foremost fusion research centres.  


Making Rare Earth Magnets Rarer

View presentations which discuss the approaches to minimising rare earth magnet usage.  


Visit to the National Grid Control Centre

On the 24 May 2012 National Grid welcomed the IET PGCU network to their National Control Centre.