Offshore Wind Transmission, US (September 23-24, 2020)

 

Global Transmission Report, a sister concern of REGlobal, will organise its 4th Conference on Offshore Wind Transmission, US as a virtual event on September 23-24, 2020. The objective of the conference is to highlight the opportunities and technologies as well as offer solutions for the development of the transmission infrastructure needed to support the envisaged growth in offshore wind capacity in the US.

The virtual conference will bring together regulators, government agencies, developers, utilities, transmission developers, technology providers, legal consultants and industry experts to discuss grid infrastructure constraints and needs in integrating large-scale offshore wind capacity. The event will present a unique opportunity to discuss and find solutions when most of the offshore grid infrastructure in the US is yet to be built. It will feature optimal technology and equipment options for upcoming projects. It will present strategies for ideal network configurations, and highlight advances in offshore cables, substations and structures most relevant for these projects. It will also provide insights into ideal techniques for the construction, installation and monitoring of offshore links.

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EV Charging Infrastructure 2020 (October 7-8, 2020)

Global Transmission Report is organising its 2nd conference on EV Charging Infrastructure as a virtual event on October 7-8, 2020. The virtual conference will highlight opportunities, technologies and solutions to build a smart and efficient public charging infrastructure to meet customer needs of security and convenience. The event will bring together regulators, government authorities, utilities, grid operators, charging station operators, investors, and OEMs to discuss and present solutions to achieve this.

The virtual conference will have interactive sessions featuring presentations and discussions covering various facets of the evolving EV charging industry in the US. It will present plans and programs for building a user-friendly public charging infrastructure in key US states. It will provide an opportunity to understand the role governments and private investors can play in building the much-needed charging infrastructure.

Utilities are at the heart of the electrification of mobility. The conference will have representation from leading US utilities to discuss the role they are playing in expanding the charging infrastructure. Top executives from these utilities will also share their perspective on considering grid characteristics while selecting public charging locations.

Leading charging network operators and electric vehicle equipment supply (EVSE) providers will share their experiences and strategies to build a smart infrastructure that integrates user-friendly and interoperable charging solutions.

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