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Dr. Biljana Stojkovska

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Dr. Biljana Stojkovska is a distinguished expert in the field of renewable energy integration, renowned for her profound technical expertise, commercial acumen, and regulatory proficiency in network planning, operation, and energy market services. With a track record of success, she has demonstrated exceptional leadership in delivering innovative renewable projects in complex and uncertain technical and commercial landscapes.

 

As the Transmission and Congestion Commercial Manager at bp, Biljana oversees the commercial operation of transmission systems, focusing on congestion management, charges, and ancillary services for low-carbon assets. Her role underscores her commitment to advancing sustainable energy solutions within the industry.

 

Prior to her tenure at bp, Dr. Stojkovska amassed invaluable experience during her tenure at National Grid, where she spent a decade making significant contributions. Among her notable achievements, she directed holistic transmission network planning for the integration of offshore wind generation and led groundbreaking trials on reactive power market from embedded generation.

 

Dr. Stojkovska's expertise extends beyond her professional roles. She is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), showcasing her dedication to excellence and professional development. Furthermore, she is the visionary founder and Chair of CIGRE UK Women in Energy (WiE), where she champions diversity and inclusivity within the energy sector. Additionally, Biljana serves as the Vice-Chair for CIGRE International WiE, amplifying her global impact and commitment to empowering women in energy worldwide.

 

Biljana Stojkovska's remarkable achievements, coupled with her leadership and advocacy efforts, position her as a trailblazer in the renewable energy sector, driving positive change and shaping the future of sustainable energy.

Title of Presentation: “A bright future for renewables in the power grids”

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