A new way for our members to access the huge wealth of knowledge content ICE has. Organised into bite-sized modules.
Our learning is structured around these key areas:
Courses, workshops and membership surgeries to help you achieve professional qualification.
24/7 access to recorded webinars covering key areas of professional qualification.
Courses, help and advice to advance your career no matter what stage you are at.
Specialist training courses let you learn new skills and add to your personal development.
Earn new qualifications to boost your career and demonstrate your abilities.
The ICE Branch Wellington invites you to join us for a presentation with Transpower’s General Manager of Grid Development, Dr Stephen Jay, as he shares the ongoing study in to the future of New Zealand's Energy industry.
Our world is changing faster than at any other time in the history of humanity. Transpower has commissioned the Te Mauri Hiko – Energy Futures study to closely examine a range of electricity supply, demand and future technology scenarios – and to begin exploring what will be required for New Zealand to maximise the potential of the energy opportunity we are facing.
This is a free event, but spaces are limited, please book early.
Please email [email protected] to register.
GM Grid Development, Transpower
Stephen holds the role of General Manager for the Grid Development division at Transpower. He is accountable for the long-term strategy, asset management, engineering and economics of the transmission grid.
He is an enthusiastic people manager and professional engineer with more than 25 years’ experience of technical and commercial team-leadership, project management, management consulting, power system design, operation and asset management within the electricity supply industry. He has been fortunate to work on coal, nuclear, gas turbine, geothermal, hydro, wind, and distribution/transmission assets.
Stephen has a BEng in Electromechanical engineering, an MBA, and an engineering-based PhD. Stephen is a Chartered Engineer; a Fellow of Engineering New Zealand and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); and a current Board member of the Electricity Engineers’ Association (EEA).
e: [email protected]