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Draft for public consultation – IET Code of Practice for Grid-connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems 2nd Edition
The Draft of the 2nd Edition of the IET Code of Practice for Grid-connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems, is is now available for public consultation. The Draft for Public Consultation period opens today, 30th May 2022, and runs until 27th June 2022.
Our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, is the Technical Author of this Edition.
To find out more, and download the draft and commenting template, please see the DPC page on the IET web-site.
To submit comments, please use the IET form and e-mail address per the instructions on the DPC page.
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On 2nd November 2021, Tracey Scott, of RES Group, and our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, will be speaking in a free IET webinar about battery storage systems.
The subjects will be Overview of utility scale battery storage in the UK and Introduction to domestic battery storage.
The event will be hosted by Russell Jobbins, of Selectrical Ltd, and Russell, Tracey and Graham will be answering live questions raised during the Webinar.
Did you miss this, or won’t be available at the stated time? Don’t worry – simply register now to view after the event!
Title: Battery Storage
Date: Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Time: 3 pm GMT
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Island mode earthing arrangements: New Guidance in the Second Edition of the IET Code of Practice on Electrical Energy Storage Systems
Graham Kenyon, our Managing Director, has co-authored an article with Dr Andrew Crossland, Director of Advance Further Energy Ltd, for the latest Issue 84 of the IET’s Wiring Matters industry magazine.
The article looks at earthing arrangements for electrical installations that can operate in island mode (when the mains supply is lost) when they have a battery storage system connected. Importantly, it highlights changes in the earthing requirements introduced in the 2nd Edition of the IET’ Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems, of which Graham is co-author along with fellow industry expert Martin Cotterell.
In January 2020, MCS launched its new standard for battery energy storage, MIS 3012.
The new standard, completed with the assistance of our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, as technical author, outlines the requirements for battery storage systems that MCS certified installers will use to design, supply and install electrical energy (battery) storage systems.
Read more about the launch on the MCS website.
The standard may be downloaded from the MCS Standards and Tools Library.
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Many electrical installations now incorporate new technologies, including embedded generation and home or building automation systems. As use of these technologies becomes more widespread, we need to be ever mindful that control of power to a circuit no longer relies on simple human switching operations. Electrical energy storage technologies that are capable of operating in island mode, continue to provide power when the grid is isolated.
Some incidents that have occurred recently when implementing energy storage systems outside the UK prompted Dr Andrew Crossland and myself to write an article for IET’s Wiring Matters. The article highlights the risks, and discusses safe isolation.
Further guidance on electrical energy storage systems can be found in the IET Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems.
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