Thought Leaders Series: Powering tomorrow's grids 2023: Part 2
This webinar will focus on exciting technological innovation for a sustainable energy future.
Electricity will be the backbone of the entire energy system in the quest towards carbon-neutrality and the achievement of sustainability goals. New technology and greater collaboration will be required to modernise the grid and unlock opportunities to reduce the carbon footprint of high-energy use industries. In this session, we will explore game-changing technologies that are improving the environmental performance and safety of critical assets, delivering public transport with zero tailpipe emissions and extending the life of high-value equipment through digitalisation.
Who should attend
This event is relevant for anyone working in Asset Management, Network Planning, or Electrical Engineering in the Electrical Transmission & Distribution, Data Centers, Power Generation, Industry (Oil & Gas), Mining, Transportation, or Renewables sectors.
You do not need to be an Engineers Australia member to attend.
Prashant Mishra, Global Head of Marketing and Sales, Hitachi Energy, Dubai
Prashant has 18 years’ experience helping utility, industry, and data centre customers realise their goals towards digitalisation and carbon neutrality.
Previously, Prashant has worked in several leadership roles in China, India and Malaysia.
Prashant earned his MBA from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology, India.
Alexandre McCraw, Sales Manager, Hitachi Energy, Switzerland
Alexandre has 6 years’ experience in e-mobility and another 10 years in Power Quality Substation Project Management.
In 2018, he supported the delivery of the charging infrastructure on Geneva’s first commercial electric bus system.
Since 2019, he has supported sales teams globally to address the strong demand for emission-free public transport solutions.
Dr Bhaba P. Das, Lead Digital Business Developer, Transformers, Hitachi Energy, Singapore
Bhaba is part of the Application Engineering Team at Hitachi Energy and spearheads the digital transformation efforts of transformers in the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
Bhaba completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
He was awarded Young Engineer of the Year 2017 by the Electricity Engineers Association of New Zealand for his work on the design and development of smart distribution transformers, fibre optics-based sensors for transformers and diagnostic software for fleet condition monitoring.