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ACDC 2023

The 19th International Conference on AC and DC Power Transmission

1 – 3 March 2023 | TIC Building, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

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The electrical power system is changing and we face new challenges.

ACDC is the meeting point for power transmission engineers to learn about new challenges in the energy industry, arising from environmental, regulatory, political and social factors; and how they impact on the development of transmission schemes.

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The multi-stream programme contains the latest insights in transmission and distribution engineering.

The programme includes plans to develop the power grid, steps towards the net zero grid, HVDC resilience, new developments in AC and DC power, FACTS and network control, the role of power electronics in the grid, as well as new innovations such as energy islands.

2023 participants

50herts logo BEIS logo Brunel University logo Cardiff University logo EIRGRID logo Energinet logo Catapult logo epsrc logo esig logo GE logo Hitachi Energy logo HVDC-WISE logo Imperial College London logo Ku Leuven logo National Grid logo National Grid ESO logo Newcastle University logo Ofgem logo Orsted logo PNDC logo Red Electrica De Espana logo Regen logo Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks logo Siemens Energy logo SP Energy Networks logo SSE logo SuperGrid Institute logo Tennet logo The National HVDC Centre logo Univeristy of Manchester logo Univeristy of Strathclyde logo Wind Grid logo Xlinks logo

Hear from top names in power transmission

ACDC is the meeting point for power transmission engineers

The multi-stream programme contains the latest insights in transmission and distribution engineering, including plans to develop the power grid, steps towards the net zero grid, HVDC resilience, new developments in AC and DC power, FACTS and network control, the role of power electronics in the grid, as well as new innovations such as energy islands.

Environmental statement

We are committed to having an environmentally responsible event portfolio and we are working hard to plan and implement events which reflect sustainable event best practices.