Webinars are valuable educational resources to learn more about new technologies and international best practices in sustainable energy and electrification.
Hydro-Quebec is currently commissioning the first islanded microgrid in the province of Québec. The microgrid is powered by both in-front and behind the meter solar generation and energy storage systems.
This webinar presents findings of the study “Europe’s Energy Transition: Sustainable Paths for Increased Climate and Energy Ambition” realized by Enel Foundation, Compass Lexecon and Enerdata.
GSEP will be holding a webinar jointly with the Institut de la Francophonie pour le développement durable (IFDD) on the integration of variable energy sources in electric grids on October 15, 2020.
This webinar presents AEP's perspectives and experience in building a smart community in Columbus, Ohio, USA.
This webinar presents State Grid Corporation of China's (SGCC) key actions in creating the next generation of interconnected electric vehicle charging infrastructure in China.
This webinar presents State Grid Corporation of China's (SGCC) re-electrification strategy to promote the end use of electricity and meet China's energy targets.
This webinar presents what Hydro-Québec is doing every day, as well as the fundamental principles guiding its actions in its quest to achieve social acceptability for its projects and activities.
This webinar presents the work of Hydro-Québec’s joint venture with Sony, Esstalion Technologies, which is developing a state-of-the-art lithium-ion battery that can be rapidly charged.
This webinar presents Hydro-Québec’s 2016-2020 Strategic Plan, “Setting new sights with our clean energy”.
Experts from the World Energy & Meteorology Council and the Ouranos Consortium present the relationship between energy and climate and the use of climate data for energy applications.
BOLD™ is a new transmission technology for modernizing the grid and improving generating resource integration in the US and in other countries. In this webinar, experts from AEP present this new transmission technology, and its history, development, features, and potential impacts on grid modernization.