Electricity Networks Infrastructure

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This includes :
•    technical services
•    policy development and engagement
•    publication of industry reports and technical guidance
•    engagement with key industry stakeholders
•    engagement with all relevant BSI Standardisation Committees

BEAMA Working Groups and Task Forces are populated with resource from the member companies with the best knowledge , skills and competencies to deliver on the outputs agreed in the Terms of Reference.  Additionally members are encouraged to invite new employees to the Working Groups and Task Forces to grow their knowledge of the industry

In addition to membership of ENI BEAMA members have access to the work of the Supply Chain Council reconvened to tackle a supply chain task from the DESNZ Transmission Acceleration Action Plan aimed at investment and delivery conditions for progress to net zero and to boost the economy, as well as having access to the work of T&D Europe it being the European Trade Association for Supply Chain companies working in the Transmission and Distribution space.

“ The UK has ambitious plans to de-carbonise the energy system by 2050 with specific focus on transforming our ageing electricity transmission and distribution infrastructure into a modern low carbon smart system capable of meeting the increased demand and flexibility created by the development of Renewable Energy technologies, the Installation of large volumes of Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure and the massive programme for the installation of Heat Pumps . BEAMA is leading industry work with Government and the regulator to develop policies that can deliver the platform for our future electricity system. In the current regulated price control period and beyond we will be working with Network Operators to help them deliver against their RIIO objectives and lay the foundations for further investment in new T&D infrastructure up to 2030 and beyond to the ultimate 2050 goal.”

John Parsons


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