Wednesday, 24th November 2021
TelSoc's SA Chapter is pleased to advise of another Joint Technical program presentation on Renewable Energy.
Registration is via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/joint-technical-program-renewable-energy-talk-tickets-205445060707
Please be aware that our understanding is that this event is scheduled for 5:30 - 7:00pm ACDT (Adelaide time), as per the Eventbrite listing. The flyer listing ACST is assumed in error.
The Joint Technical Program encompasses TelSoc, IEEE, IET, Engineers Australia, IEEE Power and Energy, and the University of South Australia.
Two talks are included in this presentation session:
Talk 1: Neoen’s Upcoming Renewable Energy Projects for South Australia
by Ms Megan Ward, State Leader, South Australia, Neoen Australia
Neoen is an Independent Power Producer specializing in large-scale renewable energy projects, which includes large-scale wind, solar, and storage projects. In addition, Neoen is exploring future opportunities in hydrogen - particularly here in South Australia. Currently, Neoen’s total capacity in operation and under construction is over 4.8 GW, and it aims for more than 10 GW by 2025. This presentation will provide an update on Neoen’s upcoming renewable energy and hydrogen projects with a focus on South Australia. It will also discuss the broad context of some international projects of Neoen.
Talk 2: The foundations of a renewable energy system - understanding load requirements and energy modelling for Off-Grid Applications
by Sean LePoidevin, Strategy and Development, Apex Energy Australia
One of the most overlooked tasks of implementing a successful renewable off-grid system is the accurate load assessment of a property or application. Incorrect calculations or missing data can lead to oversizing or under-sizing of the equipment resulting in poor financial outcomes or worse, unreliable power supply. This presentation will cover a basic introduction to energy load assessment and modelling, including data collection, energy and power calculations and how this information is used to select appropriate solar, battery and inverter equipment for an off-grid system.
Date and Time
Wed, 24 Nov 2021
18:00 - 19:30 ACDT