Posts tagged as Cigre

SAUPEC2018: The sky’s the limit for power engineers

The 26th South African Universities Power Engineering Conference (SAUPEC) was hosted by the School of Electrical and Information Engineering of the University of the Witwatersrand, in conjunction with the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), recently. The event provided a forum for post-graduate students and faculty from the region to present their research work […]

Cigré reviews its purpose, mission and vision

As I look back at the end of my first year as President of Cigré, I am amazed at the dedication and willingness of Cigréans (i.e. members of Cigré) to perform work for Cigré on a volunteer basis.  The production of over 40 brochures per annum as well as articles for Electra and Cigré Science and Engineering […]

This is an exciting time for the energy sector, conference hears

A more exciting time can be expected in the electrical industry, as the scale and pace of change increases. This is the view of Mark Waldron, the chair of Cigré’s technical council, and Dr. Rob Stephen, the organisation’s president. The changes will affect the way in which infrastructure is built, while the main drivers for […]

Feedback from Cigré annual general meeting

  The South African national committee of the international council on large electrical systems, Cigré, held its annual general meeting at the premises of Aberdare Cables in Elandsfontein, Gauteng, recently. The chairman, Prince Moyo, who replaces Rob Stephen in this role, welcomed Stan Bridgens, the CEO of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) […]