On Monday we enjoyed the first Lunch Lecture of the year, organised by TenneT TSO. Thanks for joining and filling the room, we needed extra chairs!
And of course, special thanks to our guest lecturer for his insights about the innovative project of the North Sea Wind Power Hub. This project is driven by an international consortium of leading TSOs of North Sea countries, a big step towards accelerating the energy transition 💥
As part of SEA Talks, we will begin the year with an amazing Lunch Lecture organised by TenneT, the Transmission System Operator (TSO) of the Netherlands and North of Germany. This lecture will be focused on the innovative project of the North Sea Wind Power Hub 🌊
This project is widely regarded as one of the most ambitious projects in interconnecting electricity grids between North-Sea countries so as to foster off-shore wind energy development. In full effect, one such hubs can facilitate 10 to 15 GW of off-shore wind capacity.
Bryan Brard, an advisor at TenneT and former TU Delft student, will be here to talk about the current state and future challenges for the project.
Be there to find your fit in this ambitious project, as they will need system integrators to make it a reality! 🙌🏽
Date: Monday, 13 January 2020 Time: 12:30-13:30 Location: Lecture Hall L, EWI
There will be a free broodje Leo and beverages for you! 🥪🥤Please fill the form below since there is limited space this time:
*Try to get there early because there is only room for the first 55 people
Last week we could spend an intense but exciting day at Vattenfall. After a warm welcome with some coffee, SET alumni talked about their experience at the company and we worked on a business case in small groups 👥 The day finished with a visit to the Prinses Alexia wind farm, with an amazing tour throughout the facilities ⚡️
Thanks to everyone who attended the visit, we had a blast! And for the ones who couldn’t be in the list, stay tuned for our next excursions 😄