Cuan Rowlands joined National Grid Electricity Distribution in 2020 after completing his Master of Engineering degree at Cardiff University. Having managed several exciting projects, including the UK’s largest actively managed, low-carbon housing development at Parc Eirin and supporting the trial of second generation Distribution System Operator services through Future Flex, Cuan is now leading on Connections Reform and looking to develop National Grid’s connections process to facilitate decarbonisation in the UK and enhance the customer journey.
He is passionate about decarbonisation and how National Grid, the country’s largest Transmission and Distribution network operator, will support customers in the transition to net zero. He believes that electrification is key to unlocking the UK’s 2050 target and hopes that being part of the net zero solution will lead to a fulfilling career as the distribution network adapts to this revolutionary change. Cuan aims to continue working on a range of projects that will help manage increased demands from electric vehicles, heat pumps and other low-carbon technologies.
Join Cuan in person at the following:
Grid connections Workshop
Cultivating Net Zero: Connecting Farmers and Growing the Grid
Wednesday, 6 March at 13:10.
About this session:
This session will offer an overview of the current energy landscape, getting connected to the grid and how we at National Grid are looking to accelerate connections.
06-Mar-2024Energy and Business TheatreGrid Connections Workshop