Schneider Electric Announces Utilities and Infrastructure Webinar Series
Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation in energy management and automation, has announced a series of informational webinars that explore the strategies, tools and technologies to face the challenges in the energy industry.
The webinar series includes 9 interactive, digital webinars, led by industry experts advising utilities industry professionals on how to incorporate the latest technologies to create more efficient and sustainable energy systems.
Schneider Electric is looking to provide expert-to-expert insight by addressing a mixture of technical subjects and industry trends. The webinars will provide both introductory and deep dive informational discussions on key topics including renewable solutions, grid infrastructure, and grid digitisation.
The webinar series includes:
- 28th May - Transformers and Packaged Substations
- 4th June - Electric Vehicles and the changing face of the electrical network
- 11th June - Easergy Protection Relays - A deep dive
- 18th June - Genie Evo - Air Insulated MV HV Switchgear
- 25th June - Arc flash detection & protection
- 2nd July - Distribution Switchgear and the Renewables Sector
- 9th July - Understanding the communication protocol IEC61850
- 16th July - How to remotely manage your electrical network 23rd July - Digital Substations
The series will incorporate webinars in the utilities and infrastructure segments.
Seth Townsley, Energy Marketing Manager at Schneider Electric commented: “We’re glad to be connecting digitally with our customers, partners and other industry professionals to discuss these hot industry topics through these Schneider Electric webinars. We hope the sessions will prove informative and insightful for attendees. All webinars are recorded, so customers can revisit the topic after the masterclass has finished. As the 2050 net zero deadline continues to loom, these technologies will be essential to decarbonising and digitising the grid and delivering greater renewable supply across an increasingly decentralised energy."