Each year we hold a series of different events for both members and non-members. In addition to ENAs conferences and events, the Open Networks Project, along with our members, also host public events to run during our consultation periods – giving you the chance to hear from and ask questions to the project team.
Here you can find details and information on upcoming events, including presentations and materials from previous events, as well as consolidated sets of feedback and how we have incorporated this into the development of products from the work streams.
Ahead of each event, this page will be updated with the links to registration pages for stakeholders to sign up and find out more details. In addition to the website, we notify stakeholders when registration goes live through our distribution list - follow the link below to subscribe and keep informed of all upcoming events from the Open Networks Project.
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Upcoming Events & Advisory Group Meetings
More information will be shared when possible.
Flexibility Market Principles Workshop - 11th April 2019
As part of our Flexibility Services Workstream this year, we are undertaking work under WS1A P1 Flexibility Market Principles to outline guiding principles for the flexibility marketplace for DSO services. To support this, members of ENA’s Open Networks Project engaged early with DNOs, potential platform providers and market participants involved in the procurement of flexibility to develop guiding principles which drive the right behaviour in order to resolve electricity system issues.
In addition to the above, the works within WS1A P4 Commercial Arrangements were looking to deliver commonality across service agreements and contracts for network services. Within the initial reviews and gap analysis, a few fundamental questions wre raised which the members of the Open Networks project sought input from the group, to ensure the outputs best reflect the needs of stakeholders.
Future Worlds: Impact Assessment Consultation - Events/Webinars
To support Future Worlds: Impact Assessment consultation and provide interested stakeholders with the opportunity to gain further clarity prior to the submission of their response, we held two webinars and two events, which can be accessed using the below links.
- 11 March 2019 3pm-4pm
- 12 April 2019 10:30am-11:30am
- Consolidated slides (please note that due to time constraints during the webinar, slides from the session on 11 March have been removed to ensure more Q&A time)
*Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, we have rearranged the date from 27th March to 12th April. We apologise for any inconvencience this may have caused.
Webinar: 2019 Workplan Consultation - 13th February 2019
This webinar provided stakeholders with a more detailed understanding of the project’s plans for 2019. It began with a short overview of the 2019 Phase 3 Work Plan consultation document before providing an opportunity for participants to ask questions.
End of Year Report & 2019 Workplan - 1st February 2019
The Open Networks project team held the launch of the Open Networks End of Year Report (coming soon) and 2019 Workplan at ENA’s offices in London. This included an in-depth discussion with leading policymakers from BEIS and the Ofgem about their plans for smart networks in Great Britain.
Interactivity and Queue Management - 10th January 2019, webinar
This webinar provided interested stakeholders with the opportunity to look at the ENA consultation on Interactivity & Queue Management, which runs until 25th January and was published on the ENA website. It contained a short overview of the consultation document and as well as provide an opportunity to post questions via the chat function.
Future Worlds Presentation/Stakeholder Workshop - 1st November 2018, London
ENA and Baringa held a presentation/stakeholder workshop at the ENA offices. It involved the sharing of key findings from the consulation responses and the proposed next steps by the Open Networks Project team, as well as a summary of the worlds and their potential evolutions by Baringa. This also provided stakeholders with the opportunity to provide input into their work.
Webinar: Whole System FES (WS1 P5) - 29th October 2018, London
This webinar introduced stakeholders to the work undertaken by the Whole System FES Product Team, which included the results of a survey on the current forecasting approaches by DNOs, the development work on the Whole System FES framework and the recommended way forward. It was an opportunity for stakeholders to ask questions and provide feedback.
Open Networks: Future Worlds Consultation
Edinburgh - 29th August 2018
London - 3rd September 2018
Webinar 1 - 21st August 2018
Webinar 2 - 13th September 2018
NETSO Coordinates World D - 27th April 2018
Flexibility Co-ordinators World E - 13th April 2018
Statement of Works Focus Group - 23rd March 2018, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 2nd May 2019, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 7th March 2019, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 4th December 2018, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 26th September 2018, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 2nd August 2018, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 4th June 2018, London
- Consolidated Slides
- DSO Service Requirements: Defintions
- DSO Services: Draft product definitions
- Advisory Group response
Advisory Group Meeting - 12th April 2018, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 20th December 2017, London
- Consolidated slides
- Additional slides for presentation on SmartNet project by University of Strathclyde
- Response to input provided.
Advisory Group Meeting - 25th October 2017, Glasgow
- Consolidated slides
- Additional slides for presentation on Integrated Energy Network Modelling by Wales & West Utilities.
- Response to input provided
Advisory Group Meeting - 31st August 2017, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 19th July 2017, London
Advisory Group Meeting - 25th April 2017, London
For information regarding public consultations, both past and upcoming, visit our Public Consultations page.
If you require additional information, please feel free to contact us at [email protected].