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CONWAY AWARD
FOR BEST PRESENTATION PAPER BY A MEMBER
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YEARWINNER/SPRESENTATION TITLE
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2019Tony MarxsenEarly Fault Detection prevents powerline faults and fires
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2018Terese MilfordField Trial of Three-Phase In-line Power Regulators on the Low Voltage Network
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2017Ragini Patel
Impact of Dynamic Response of Different Generation Technologies on Frequency Control Ancillary Services (FCAS) Market
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2016Andy Wearmouth from SynergyAlkimos Battery Storage facility
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2015Ty Christopher from Endeavour EnergyHow to successfully manage contractors/OEMs
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2014John Wright-SmithUpdate on utility applications of super-conducting technologies
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2013Ty ChristopherBuilding capacity to deliver for Customers
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2012No conference
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2011Neil SmithRetaining Generation Y
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2010Harry ColebournThe cost of losses for future network investment in the new network regime
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2009Dr David SweetingEvaluation of IEC 61482-1 Test Rig
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2008Prof Gerard LedwichLoad Identification
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2007Felicity GalluzoEmergency Modular Zone Substation Development and Implementation
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2006Dr David SweetingPerforming electrical arc hazard assessments
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2005Prof Vic Gosbell, S Elphick, S Perera, N BrowneOperational aspects of power factor correction capacitors at zone substations
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2004Dr David SweetingElectric Arc Hazards
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2003Dr Robert Barr, Prof Vic Gosbell, Dr David SweetingNew concepts for a voltage sag immunity standard
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2002Dr Robert Barr, Prof Vic GosbellVoltage sags – customer needs versus what distributors can deliver
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2001Keith MitchellImpact of Solar Energy Sources in an electricity distribution feeder
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2000Ken BudinCondition Based Maintenance and Diagnostics in Transformers
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1999Chris PembertonUndergrounding for a better Darwin
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1998Brian Burton, Alan BoyceEnergy Diversity with Wagga Gas
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1997Not known
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1996Graham Chapman, Graeme WirgesInstallation of Distribution Voltage Underground Cable in Rural Areas
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1995Greg DonThe Nimbin Solar Experiment
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1994M Mackintosh, P Tang, G GangopadhyayResidential End Use Study
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1993
Ray McNally, Jim Clay, Greg Bruce, Ian Nichols, Grahame Wright
Developments with Insulated overhead distribution systems
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1992Peter Newell, A J (Sandy) WilkinsonCentralised System control, the Oxley Experience
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1991Wayne Hobden, Geoff WoodsWorld Wide Scada developments
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1990Leith ElderChoosing the right conductor size
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1989John McQuarrieP.C’s Effectiveness and Mains Development
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1988Andrew Donaldson, Greg PickersgillFront line risk management
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1987Alan Howard-TaylorCost and Aesthetic Improvement of Small Zone Substations
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1986G S WoodsExperience with Telephone Uniform Call Distribution in System Control
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1985Paul BrialThe Development of a Reticulated Electricity Supply in a Remote Rural area of NSW
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1984R J BarrettCentral West County Council, Poles and Holes in 1984
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1983R W HowardSystem Planning using a Desk Top Computer
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1982Alex BaitchUninterruptible Power Systems. The Supply Authority’s Dream?
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1981W R WheelerDesign, Planning and Programming for Augmentation of the Distribution System
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1980Not awarded, joint conference
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1979J N AllenSystem Fault Statistics
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1978L G King, J B ChesterCoating of LV Busbars to prevent Arcing Damage
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1977W J Pinkerton, R J Barrett and M T WardKentlyn 66/11 kV Zone Substation
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1976T L BaitchVariable speed drives, Power Thyristors and Network Harmonics
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1975R J WilmotLoading of transformers by temperature
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1974Alex BaitchFerroresonance
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1973H J WilsonURD System in Wagga Wagga
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1972R A WoodA Totally Underground Residential Distribution System
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1971A C ChapmanDifferences between New Zealand and NSW Electricity supply practices
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1970A H HalpinDetection of Fault Currents in distribution Systems by Solid State Relays
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1969W R WheelerEconomic Aspects in Augmentation of a HV Rural Distribution System
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1968K G Hilless, I P GoozeffCritical Path Method Planning Applied to Electricity Reticulation
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1967A H HalpinDetection of limited earth fault currents in 11kV systems of distribution by sensitive earth fault relays
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1966Albert C ChapmanBare Live Line Working on High Voltage
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1965John DowsettDomestic Storage Hot Water Systems, Adaptability and Control
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1964Lloyd E BeardControl 1964 Lloyd E Beard Remote Supervisory Control and Indication System
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1963R A LowAn Analysis of Domestic Consumption, with Particular Reference to Light Load
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1962Harold J Hartman11,000 V Polythene Insulated PVC Sheathed Underground Cable
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1961M D ConnaghanSpace Heating as a Load Builder
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1960Norman McDonaldCut Down the Overhead
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1959Horace GroschReport on the Progress with Underground Plastic Cable in Low Tension Reticulation in Corowa Shire
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1958N A HansonThe Selection of Cables for Rural Transmission Lines
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1957W E BoltonSome Notes on the Protection of Rural Systems
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1956H ChadwickAn Evening with Violet – Ultra Violet
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1955N E McDonaldSCA Conductors for Rural Lines
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1954F C TregurthaThe Hydro-Electric Potentialities of the Brown Mountain area of NSW
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1953A C MooreElectrical Distribution Problems Associated with AllElectric Housing Commission Homes
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1952Murray McDonaldElectric Drive for Irrigation Pumps in the Lachlan Valley
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1951Not known
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1950D C McAdamOrganisation and Management
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1949D C OatsRural Electricity Surveys
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1948R H MinahanSurveying Transmission Lines
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1947D C McAdamNotes on Electrical Distribution
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1946E P ThompsonPost War Developments
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1945O ParkerThe Development of a Universal Tariff for the Sale of Electricity
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1944R E HollisElectrostatic High Frequency Heating
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1943R E HollisEconomics of Transmission Line Design
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1942No Conference
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1941G W StewartSomething about Tariffs
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1940J C BeynonThen Came Electricity
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1939D C McAdamSome Economic and Financial Aspects of Electricity Supply
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1938J H HindmanEffects of industrial consumers on the electricity undertaking
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1937F NewmanMechanical Design of Long Spans for Transmission Lines in Rural Areas
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1936D.J BylesA small hydro electric installation, installed at Batlow, NSW
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1935C A StrachanPractical Notes on Loading in Electricity Supply Undertakings
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1934W R KempThe Earthing Problem
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1933H K CrispEarthing as a means of Protection
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1932E W ThorncroftMethods used in the calibration of AC meters
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