Key insights and resources recorded at an IET Project Controls Technical and Professional Network seminar in January 2016.

Key insights and resources recorded at a IET Project Controls Technical and Professional Network seminar in January

The IET were commissioned by the Council for Science and Technology (CST) “Energy Sub-Group” to conduct a research study and produce a report on the emerging challenges for modelling electricity systems and how Britain’s capabilities would need to be adapted to assess electricity system resilience as GB makes the transition to a low carbon electricity system. Find out more about the findings and recommendations made to the CST.

The IET were commissioned by the Council for Science and Technology (CST) “Energy Sub-Group” to conduct a research study and produce a report on the emerging challenges for modelling electricity systems and how Britain’s capabilities would need to be adapted to assess electricity system resilience as GB makes the transition to a low carbon electricity system. Find out more about the findings and recommendations made to the CST.

Key insights and resources taken from the IET Healthcare Technologies Network and Royal Society of Medicine seminar in May 2015

These are often filmed and you will find many of the presentations on IET.

Key insights and resources taken from the IET Control and Automation Technical and Professional Network seminar in June 2015

Our Technical and Professional Networks (TPNs) produce and disseminate high quality technical content through events. These are often filmed and you will find many of the presentations on IET.

Low voltage direct current distribution of power within buildings offers advantages over the traditional mains power supply solutions for an increasing number of services.

This Code of Practice aims to ensure the safe, effective and competent application of cabling wiring installations for low voltage d. power distribution in buildings.

BS 7671 (the IET Wiring Regulations) sets the standards for electrical installation in the UK and many other countries. The IET co-publishes the Regulations with the British Standards Institution (BSI) and is the authority on electrical installation.

BS 7671 (the IET Wiring Regulations) sets the standards for electrical installation in the UK and many other countries. The IET co-publishes the Regulations with the British Standards Institution (BSI) and is the authority on electrical installation.

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