Tackling the 4D Energy Challenge through Storage and Flexibility: Decarbonisation, Decentralisation, Democratisation, Digitisation
Professor Phil Taylor Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Enterprise, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering University of Bristol
This seminar is hosted by the Electrical Energy Management Group (EEMG).
Speaker: Professor Phil Taylor.
Title: Tackling the 4D Energy Challenge through Storage and Flexibility: Decarbonisation, Decentralisation, Democratisation, Digitisation.
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Professor Taylor, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise, is an internationally leading researcher and industrial expert in energy systems, who has worked in industry and academia for over 25 years. Currently, Professor Taylor is Co-Director of the £20m EPSRC National Centre for Energy Systems Integration (CESI) and also the Leader of the £10m EPSRC Supergen Energy Networks Hub, which brings together industrial and academic partners (including five UK universities) with other energy network stakeholders to gain a deeper understanding of the interactions and interdependencies of energy networks, and researches the challenges of technology, policy, data, markets and risk for energy networks.
Professor Taylor’s work in industry includes time at GEC Alstom, EPS (UK), Teradyne and Senergy Econnect, where among many achievements he developed diagnostic software for the automotive and aerospace sectors and designed the grid connection for the UK’s first commercial offshore wind farm. Full biography here.
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