CIGRE Australia Chairman Mr. Nino Ficca has stepped down from the Chair role at the recent board meeting. more >
Protection of embedded generation and microgrids is one of the focus areas at SEAPAC 17 - Melbourne 14,15 March
SEAPAC 17 features 39 technical papers on a variety protection, automation and control topics, presented by local and international experts.
Included in this quality programme are a number of papers on the hot topic of the protection of embedded generation and microgrids.
CIGRE Australia is proud to present “Transformers - Dealing with the Unforeseen- an interactive workshop”.
The latest updates from our panels
Members of the Australian C6 Panel have been successful in having a paper accepted for presentation at the upcoming Paris Session 46 later this year. more >
Australian Panel (AP) B4 has contributed one paper to the Paris 45 conference to be held in August of this year, and two Working Groups are convened by AP B4 members. AP B4 is planning its annual meeting in Tasmania in October 2014, and a one day workshop on refurbishment of ageing SVCs in late 2014 or early 2015. more >
In October 2013, Cigré held several events at the Southern Africa Regional Conference based in Cape Town. more >
The rapid growth of intermittent renewable energy sources coupled with the expected increase in demand side management, electric vehicles and storage is presenting new challenges to the complex world of load forecasting. WG C1.32 convened by AP C1 Convenor Graeme Ancell has just completed its work on establishing best practice approaches to demand and energy forecasts. While it has proved too early to determine best practice, the report identifies the techniques used across the world, the need for greater sharing of practices and the importance of enhancing the current approaches to deal with the changing paradigm. more >
Nahid-Al-Masood, a PHD researcher at University of Queensland and CIGRE NGN member has won first prize at the IEEE-PES conference in Denver, Colorado for his investigations into power system security risks as wind-power penetrations increase and potential innovative mitigation measures. more >