Daniel is a chartered engineer with the UK Engineering Council. He has over 10 years’ experience in modelling, control and real-time demonstration of electricity networks, gained from working on major industrial, research and innovation projects in the UK, Europe and China. Daniel currently leads both the Offshore Wind Integration and HVDC Innovation Programmes at The UK National HVDC Centre and chairs the technology workstream of the GB Offshore Wind Industry Council Future Transmission group.
Previously Daniel Led Cardiff University’s contribution on HVDC-connected wind farms and developed a programmable high-level controller for voltage source converters, using Simulink as part of the £30 Million EC funded BEST PATHS project. Daniel also organised engagement workshops and led publication of Research Councils UK funded position paper on ‘Planning and Operation of the North Seas Super grid’. He developed an experimental test rig for real-time demonstration of fast frequency support from offshore wind farms connected through multi-infeed HVDC schemes.