Winter Webinar Series - 2020

EEA Asset Management Group and EPECentre are excited to bring a series of webinars to you through winter.

These webinars are intended to provide you with insights and learnings on technical opportunities occurring in the industry.

The theme for the first of four seminars is 'Future Networks'. This webinar was presented on 30 June 2020 and the recorded sessions can be found below.

There were three papers presented:

  • New Approaches to Network Planning - Richard Kingsford, WEL Networks
  • A stochastic method for assessing the impact of electric vehicles in low voltage distribution networks - Euan Mcgill, EPECentre
  • A Case Study of an Innovation Ecosystem - Peter Armstrong, Waipa Networks

Please click the following link for the presenters biographies and abstracts. click here



The theme of the second seminar is 'Emerging Technology'. This webinar was presented on 21 July 2020 and the recorded session can be viewed below:

The three papers presented:

  • Enhancing rating studies through soil digital twin - Nu'man Rashid, Unison Networks
  • IoT for a smarter grid - Darren Lucinsky, Electra Ltd
  • Advance analytics for Transformer Asset Management - Dr. Bhaba Das, ABB Ltd

Please click the following link for the presenters biographies and abstracts. click here


The theme for the third seminar is 'Asset Management'. This webinar was presented on 25 August 2020 and the recorded session can be viewed below:

The three papers presented:

  • Asset Health, Criticality and Risk: Systemic Development and Application - Waqar Qureshi, Horizon Networks.
  • LV pedestal - failure events and material characterisation - Nurzhan Nursultanov, EPECentre & Andre Cuppen, Unison
  • Geospatial Modelling of Overhead Distribution Conductor Condition and Risk using the DNO Common Methodology Framework - Paul Blackmore, Powerco

Please click the following link for the presenters abstracts and bios. click here




The theme of the fourth seminar is 'Asset Projects'. This webinar was presented on 29 September 2020 and the recorded session can be viewed below:

The three papers presented:

  • Implementation of Whangamata's Standby Battery Energy Storage System - Eric Wolters, Consultant
  • Substation outdoor bus support structures asset management challenges and experiences - Feng Wu, Transpower
  • EPECentre - Opportunities for repurposing EV batteries for stationery energy applications in New Zealand - Sharee McNab, EPECentre

Please click the following link for the presenters biographies and abstracts. click here

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