Lucy Electric will be exhibiting at the annual Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference (LCNI) on 30-31 October 2019 at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow.
Organised by the Energy Networks Association (ENA) on behalf of UK electricity network operators, LCNI is dedicated to showcasing the innovative engineering work that is taking place across UK networks.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘empowering new energy innovators’ and over 1,000 delegates and 40 exhibitors are expected to attend.
Reflecting on the innovation theme, the Lucy Electric team will be available on stand F04 to discuss the initiatives we are currently involved in, including Open LV and Electric Nation projects, and how the company are working to embrace the move to a cleaner and more efficient use of energy.
In addition we will be showcasing our new LV cabinet, designed to provide energy consumption feedback allowing operators to manage network loads. Also on show will be a new generation of feeder pillars; a collaboration between Lucy Electric and our sister company, Lucy Zodion. The feeder pillars combine both metering and distribution and can support a range of EV charging speeds.
To learn more about LCNI, visit the event website.