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Opening of the Maurice Hancock Smart Energy Lab

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The Maurice Hancock Laboratory provides facilities that enable our students and researchers to explore how smarter forms of control and coordination will enable the energy systems of the future to match low-carbon energy generation to the needs of consumer.

The laboratory is named in honour of the late Maurice Hancock, a former member of staff who made a bequest to Imperial College to support education.

Fitting out of the laboratory has also been generously supported by E.ON and EDF Energy.

The programme for the opening is as follows:

3.30pm Welcome (Tim Green, Imperial)

3.35pm Addressing the UK’s Energey Challenges (Don Leiper, E.ON)

3.55pm The Future of Electrical Networks (D Openshaw, EDF Energy)

4.15pm Being Smart about Energy Networks (Goran Strbac, Imperial)

4.40pm A Laboratory for Smart Energy Integration (T Green, Imperial)

5.00pm OPENING OF LABORATORY (Sir Roy Anderson)

5.15pm Visit to the LAB (Level 1)

5.30pm Demonstrations & Reception (level 1)

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