The 2021 Meteorology & Market Design for Grid Services Workshop will be held online with sessions beginning on June 1 and closing on June 29
The Global Power System Transformation (G-PST) Consortium’s Research Agenda Group (RAG) has released an organized, consensus-based global research agenda for the G-PST’s Founding System Operators (FSOs).
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Farina Farrier, Head of Open Networks, Energy Networks Association
Randolph Brazier, Director, Innovation and Electricity Systems, Energy Networks Association
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