• CIGRE Working Groups – Update
  • CIGRE Green Books
  • CIGRE Session 45
  • Electra magazine
  • TC Awards 2014 Recipients
  • AORC Constitution Amendment
  • CIGRE Young Members - Sharing best practices and ideas
  • Network of the Future
  • Tours and activities: attending the CIGRE Session 45

CIGRE Working Groups – Update

Here are the last Working Groups that have been created

CIGRE Green Books

The first two books of the series, Overhead Lines (Study Committee B2) and Accessories for Extruded HV Cables (Study Committee B1) will be available for purchase during the Paris 2014 Session

CIGRE Session 45

Join us for one of the must-attend events of the Session : 2014 Poster Sessions click here to participate

Electra magazine

CIGRE Members may choose to stop receiving Electra paper version in the Member zone

TC Awards 2014 Recipients

The Awards will be presented during the Session 45

AORC Constitution Amendment

The new amended Constitution of the Asia-Oceania Regional Council enables AORC to accept Observer Members.

CIGRE Young Members - Sharing best practices and ideas

Session 45: Young Members from all over the world will present their activities at the Young Member stand

Network of the Future

The Technical Committee of CIGRE has decided to update the CIGRE White Paper “Network of the Future”

Tours and activities: attending the CIGRE Session 45

A specific optional tours programme has been tailor-made for registered participants and accompanying persons.We recommend that you book your tour as soon as possible

National committees

CIGRE Central Office which is based in Paris France, counts 58 National Committees to enhance its relationship and get closer to its Members. CIGRE National Committees offer to its Members direct access to services and supports. CIGRE counts more than 14 000 equivalent Members composed of researchers, academics, engineers, technicians, suppliers, and other decision makers, in over 90 countries.

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Study Committees

More than 3,500 experts from across the globe actively collaborate in structured work programmes with CIGRE. There efforts are coordinated by 16 Study Committees which are overseen by a Technical Committee. Research efforts are anchored to four interlinked objectives : designing and deploying the power system of the future, optimizing existing equipment and power systems, respecting the environment, and offering access to information to international key players in the electrical power systems' industry.
The 16 topics covered are available hereunder.