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Power Electronics Conference: Power Electronic Systems for Smart Cities & Green Transport

4th June 2015

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This conference brings together both Business and Academic strengths in the discipline of Power Electronic Systems exploring opportunities to enable and underpin Green Transport and Smart Cities.

Power Electronic Systems are at the heart of modern Transport and future Smart Cities. New and innovative enabling technology is becoming increasingly important in achieving Government low carbon targets, reduced congestion and increased productivity. We are delighted to announce that the University of Strathclyde will be our host at the new Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) in the heart of Glasgow which looks to develop and build on business and academic strengths in the area of Power Electronic Systems.

Draft Agenda

Registration 09:00 – 09:45


  • University of Strathclyde, Professor Scott MacGregor

Technical Themes covered include Renewable Energy, Smart City Infrastructure, Intelligent and “Green” Transport with speakers from companies and organisations including:

  • University of StrathclydePNDC (Power Networks Demonstration Centre)
  • SiemensEnergy enabling Smart Cities
  • Institute for Future Cities – Smart City developments
  • NMIUK Power Electronics Strategy update
  • Nottingham UniversityPower electronics integration
  • Advanced Propulsion CentreActivity updates
  • RicardoMore Electric Powertrains
  • UTC Aerospace Systems – More electric aircraft

16:10 Event Close


This event is free to NMI Members.

Tickets cost £150 +VAT for Non-Members

Sponsorship Opportunities

If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please get in contact with Paul Jarvie.


There are two recommended Car Parks near the venue:

NCP Montrose Streetsee parking tariffs

Duke Street Car Park – a “Pay on the Day” card will cost £4 for all day parking. To request a “Pay on the Day” card, please contact them directly.


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4th June 2015
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Paul Jarvie


Technology and Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde, 99 George Street,
Glasgow, G1 1RD
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