Company: University of Birmingham
Job title: Postgraduate researcher
Daniel is currently a PhD student at the University of Birmingham where he is conducting research related to advanced analytics for risk and resiliency assessment of power systems. His background is in the utility industry, having previously spent seven years working at a large United States utility, Southern California Edison (SCE). At SCE he held a variety of positions in the areas of Distribution Engineering, Transmission Planning, and Demand and Distributed Energy Resource Forecasting. He is also a licensed professional engineer in the state of California.
A framework for climate adaptation and the electricity distribution network 3:30 pm
Understanding the impact of weather on the ENW distribution network to support operational forecasting Climate projections and future risk to distribution infrastructure How can infrastructure owners and operators be resilient to changes in climate and identify vulnerability and risk to assetsRead more
day: DRIVING INNOVATION TO BUILD RESILIENCE & REACH CLEAN GROWTH AMBITIONS