23 years till net zero: Can our networks achieve it?

23 years till net zero: Can our networks achieve it?

23 years till net zero: Can our networks achieve it?

In our session “23 years till net zero: Can our networks achieve it?” on 12th May, Prof. Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Future Power Systems, University of Strathclyde, delivered a presentation on 23 years till net zero: Can our networks achieve it.

Prof. Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Future Power Systems, University of Strathclyde

Keith Bell holds the Scottish Power Chair in Future Power Systems at the University of Strathclyde. He joined the University in 2005 having previously worked as a university researcher and as a system development engineer in the electricity supply industry. He is a member of the UK’s Climate Change Committee, a co-Director of the UK Energy Research Centre and is active in CIGRE. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and has advised the Scottish, UK and Irish governments and Ofgem on electrical energy and power systems issues.

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