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Our team of specialist energy, data and tech lawyers discuss the latest cutting-edge innovations in the energy sector.
This podcast series features in-depth conversations with our energy, data and tech specialists on the latest cutting-edge innovations in the energy sector.
15 July 2021
Energy Tech Podcast: Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence - The Catalyst for Microgrids?
A move towards microgrids has the potential for significant socio-economic and environmental benefit, assisting with decarbonisation and improving network resilience. However, operating such as system requires the efficient and accurate monitoring and recording of usage data and coordination between multiple energy sources and the central electricity network. In this podcast, we take a look at how he Internet of Things, machine learning and artificial intelligence can effectively use this data to establish consumption and usage patterns so that demand and supply are balanced, and how blockchain allows for the automated execution of smart contracts in peer-to-peer (P2P) trading networks.
07 July 2021
Energy Tech Podcast: Electric Vehicles and Decentralising Energy Storage Systems
Electronic vehicle (EV) adoption is an important part of the transition to a low carbon energy future, but rapid EV uptake will create drastic changes in electricity demand, potentially resulting in voltage imbalance and the need for network reinforcement. In this podcast, we take a look at how advancements in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology and the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and reinforcement learning may enable the EV itself to provide part of the solution.
30 June 2021
Energy Tech Podcast: Technology and Efficiency in a Revolutionised Energy Sector
Using energy in a smart and efficient way is key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to manageable levels and achieving Net Zero by 2050. In this podcast, we take a look at how advancements in technology in the fields of machine learning, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and blockchain, have a huge potential to eliminate inefficiencies in energy use by both businesses and individuals.
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