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HVDC interconnector projects – technical challenges in delivery and implementation (Postponed)

High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) is a key technology for building high capacity interconnections between electricity grids. It is often the technology of choice for subsea cables crossing straits and channels between regions. As a result, HVDC projects bring together a unique set of multi-disciplinary challenges whether electrical, geotechnical, mechanical and operational and safety case related. This talk will give a background to the market and illustrate some of the technical challenges based on Mott MacDonald’s experience in advising clients to deliver or invest in these schemes.

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Time

22 Apr 2020

6:30pm - 8:00pm

Calendar
Add to Calendar 04/22/2020 18:30 04/22/2020 20:00 HVDC interconnector projects – technical challenges in delivery and implementation (Postponed) This talk will give a background to the market and illustrate some of the technical challenges based on Mott MacDonald’s experience. 94 N S, Falmer Rd, Brighton, United Kingdom

Organiser

Sussex Local Network

Speakers

Michael Walker

Michael Walker

Electrical Engineer - Mott MacDonald

Location

University of Sussex

The Richmond Building
Brighton
Sussex
BN1 9QT
United Kingdom

Programme

18:30 - networking and refreshments
19:00 - presentation starts
20:00 - presentation ends

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