Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks

SSEN

SSEN own electricity networks comprising 106,000 substations and 130,000 km of overhead lines and underground cables across one third of the UK, delivering energy to around 3.5 million homes and businesses. SSEN are responsible for the delivery of all aspects of the project.

DNV GL

DNV GL

A global, leading authority in business and & technical consultancy, DNV GL will provide stakeholder engagement, technical validations, global knowledge and dissemination of the learnings from TVV.

GE - imagination at work

GE Energy

GE Energy works connecting people and ideas everywhere to create advanced technologies for powering a cleaner, more productive world. GE Energy will provide TVV with the innovative integration of complex technical products into vital operational systems.

University of Reading

University of Reading

The Centre for the Mathematics of Human Behaviour that provides many techniques of great operational and commercial value to businesses, will provide statistical modelling, analysis and profiling of customer behaviour to TVV. The School of Systems Engineering will provide smart control algorithms to enable optimised battery storage solutions.

Bracknell Forest Council

Bracknell Forest Council

Support in promoting low carbon solutions with local stakeholders, and the integration of local planning with DNO planning and investment.

Honeywell

Honeywell International is a diversified technology & manufacturing company serving customers worldwide and will be providing cloud based software & building control solutions to respond to SSEN requests to manage peak loads on the electricity network.

EA Technology

Offer high tech instruments, software, electrical services and technical consultancy to the operators of power networks around the world, and will provide the delivery of technical policies, procedures and training to enable the new solutions.

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