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Globally, many market and transmission operators are facing new challenges that are reshaping the way we manage our energy systems. This includes: • Changes in generation mix • Decreases in conventional generation • Increases in renewable and distributed generation • Environmental and regulatory policy changes
CIGRE Australia are presenting a webinar STATCOM Tutorial with Australian Case Studies -09:00-10:30 AEST, 8 April 2020 , presented by John Wright-Smith (AMSC)
CIGRE has announced the recipients of its biennial scholarship for young engineers to attend the Paris Session later this year.
CIGRE has announced the recipients of its biennal scholarships to attend the Paris Session.
CIGRE has today announced that it will again offer two Young Engineer scholarships to the biennial Paris Session in August of this year. Submissions are now open for this scholarship to attend this prestigious event.
CIGRE Australia's Young Engineer Network (NGN) recently organised a site visit and tour to the Wilson Transformer State of the art transformer facility in Melbourne Victoria
CIGRE Australia's young engineer group (NGN) have had a busy 2015, which has seen membership grow to 230. During the year they have hosted their first full day seminar, run 3 webcasts and a panel session at CIDER 2015, as well as begun to become active in the CIGRE Technical panels. They aim to be busier in 2016 targeting more webinars, another NGN seminar and helping run the NGN stand at the 2016 Paris Session
NGN member and newly appointed NGN Co-Chair Ms Alexandra Price of Energex has been awarded the Engineers Australia 2015 Graduate Electrical Power Engineer of the year.
The CIGRE Australia Queensland chapter of the NGN ( Next Generation Network ) recently held an industry information and demonstration day on superconductivity in conjunction with Adjunct Professor Richard Taylor of QUT.
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