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Technical Visit to CLP System Control Centre at Tai Po
 


Date, time & venue

2018-05-26;10:00am to 11:30am;CLP System Control Centre at Tai Po

 

Programme Highlights


Located in Strafford House at Tai Po, CLP System Control Centre (SCC) is one of the most advanced power system control centre in the world. It is the operation nerve of Hong Kong's largest electricity supplier, CLP Power (Hong Kong) Limited, which supplies nearly 80% of local power needs. The Control Centre is responsible for safe, secure and efficient operations of the power grid, ensuring customers in receiving uninterrupted, high quality electricity supply through an extensive network, in delivering electricity supply to customers under 99.999% supply reliability. The Control Centre is working 24/7. Operation engineers are responsible to perform duties like directing, monitoring and controlling power generation, transmission and distribution of electricity according to the real time situation. They also play a key role in performing works like electricity demand estimation and adequate generation scheduling, as well as working closely with other operational units within CLP Power and regional counterparts, etc.

 

The visit will introduce the background, daily operations and related technologies implemented in maintaining the efficient and smooth operations of the sleepless power grid.

 

Registration & Enquiries


The visit is free of charge and the number of participants is limited to 30. The applications will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to Registered Young Members. For registration, please register online at https://goo.gl/forms/bjm0iiBSNSg6M8HG2 before 24th May 2018. Successful applicants will be notified individually. For enquiries, please contact Mr Timothy LUN via Email: vg.hkieymc@gmail.com.





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