Power systems of the future must be flexible, relying on dispatchable renewable energy, storage and enhanced transmission. The grid must evolve to manage flexible and variable power sources and cope with the increased load brought about by greater electrification to enable these transitions to reach a more sustainable energy future. These changes support the Singapore Green Plan 2030, a nationwide movement to advance Singapore’s national agenda on sustainable development. Future of the grid is Singapore’s only grid-focused event that examines impending challenges faced by our grid systems.
As a part of SIEW 2021, the Future of the grid will take place on 28-29 October by gathering senior experts to discuss key themes such as government policies, corporate strategies, and next-generation technologies to drive a more sustainable energy future.
Programme highlights include:
- Singapore’s future grid strategy
- Global electrification trends
- Creating an electrified economy
- Infrastructure challenges in integrating greater EV use on the grid
- Vehicle to Grid (V2G) challenges and opportunities
- Engaging the customer