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Electric Energy Society of Australia

EESA – Improving Reliability in Hybrid Circuit Configurations

Thursday 22 Oct

3:30 pm

4:30 pm




About this event

Join the EESA for a series of three webinars designed to share our strategies and experience with reliability improvement on distribution networks.

Today in webinar 3, the EESA will examine why hybrid circuits are increasing in prevalence. The EESA will then explore strategies to improve reliability of hybrid circuits consisting of overhead and underground or aerial bundled conductor feeder segments. The EESA will discuss the limitations of existing protection philosophies and how new technology solutions can be applied to overcome those limitations. The EESA will also consider common circuit configurations, the different reliability benefits and the business case for supporting new technology solutions.

Guest speakers: Greg Schellenberg | Manager, Applications | S&C Electric Company, Ram Chinnadurai | Application Manager | S&C Electric Company and Ash Gupta | Senior Consultant, Consulting & Analytical Services, Asia Pacific | S&C Electric Company 

Thursday 22 October 2020 / Online event

3.30 pm NSW, ACT, VIC | 3.00 pm SA | 2.30pm QLD | 2.00 pm NT | 12.30 pm AWST

  • Information and Education
  • Presentation
  • Climate
  • Renewable Energy
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