CIGRE SEERC Conference Vienna 2021
The South East European Regional Council of CIGRE (SEERC) expands the philosophy of Cigre as a central hub for information and knowledge sharing to South-East Europe. The close cooperation between those countries within SEERC offers better possibilities for development of the future power network and market to provide a safe and reliable electrical energy supply to the more than 200 million inhabitants of SEERC member countries.
As the capital and largest city of Austria Vienna offers a variety of insights into its history and culture including world famous sights like the Schloss Schönbrunn, St. Stephen’s cathedral, the Hundertwasser house and many more. Home to 19 universities, Vienna is also an important Austrian hub of research and science.
IEEE PES ISGT NA 2022: “Moving to a 3-D Energy Landscape"
The Conference will feature keynote and plenary sessions, panel sessions, and technical papers presented in poster sessions, as well as pre-conference tutorials. The conference is organized in three tracks: 1) Decarbonization of the grid, including renewable and DER technologies; 2) Grid democratization including technologies and tools for broad active participation; and 3) decentralized and distributed decision and control while maintaining grid reliability and resilience.
La Feria FISE es la plataforma ideal para hacer y renovar alianzas estratégicas.
Podrás encontrar proveedores, posicionar marca, hacer nuevos contactos con empresas de interés, y renovar alianzas estratégicas que permitan el crecimiento y fortalecimiento de los negocios en el mediano y largo plazo.
Nuestro objetivo es fortalecer y promocionar la industria eléctrica como un pilar estratégico que contribuya al desarrollo del país y la región, de tal manera que se incremente su participación en los mercados nacionales e internacionales.
IEEE PES T&D Conference & Enhibition
After what will be four long years apart, the 2022 IEEE PES T&D Conference & Exposition will provide an opportunity to reconnect as a global community of energy professionals in New Orleans. The pandemic and recent climate disruptions showed not only how resilient the transmission and distribution industry can be, but also the complex challenges that lie ahead.
Next year, in addition to offering the chance to celebrate the industry’s essential role in keeping the lights on and our world moving, IEEE PES T&D will facilitate an exchange of ideas and solutions to equip the industry for what’s next.