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New Li-ion battery design can charge electric cars to 80% in less than 10 minutes

11 February 2020

One of the biggest hurdles that keep electric vehicles (EVs) from really taking off is autonomy. Thanks to rapid advances in battery technology, you can now drive some EVs for hundreds of kilometers at a time. More >>

New research could aid cleaner energy technologies

11 February 2020

New research led by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York, could aid cleaner energy technologies. More >>

Call for Presenters NGN and WIE Joint Workshop “Electricity Supply Systems and Network of the Future”

20 November 2019

The workshop will take place to look for the future, through the discussions of the participants toward the presentations, which show the roles for the vision, made by the member of Next Generation Network (NGN) and Women in Engineering (WIE) from the AORC countries. More >>

Joint CIGRE TC+SC meeting was held in Russia on 07-09 October 2019

10 October 2019

Joint CIGRE TC+SC meeting was held in Saint-Petersburg on 07-09 October 2019 with the participation of Rob Stephen, CIGRE President and Andrey Murov RNC CIGRE Chairperson, Rosseti FGC UES Chairperson. More >>

NGN Chairs meeting

7 August 2019

There was an ordinary NGN Chairs meeting on 7th of July, 2019 in which  took part representatives from Netherlands, Canada, USA, Russia, South Africa, Germany, Ireland and Finland. More >>

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CIGRE Russia invites to take part in the surveys launched in preparation for the International Forum «Power Grids»

23-25 December 2020 will take place The "Power Grids" International Forum (PGIF). It held by the PJSC Rosseti since 2018 is a large-scale event in the electric power industry, which has become a platform for discussing and solving priority tasks related to the digital transformation of the electric grid complex.


Turning streetwear into solar power plants

Researchers at Empa and ETH Zurich succeeded in developing a material that works like a luminescent solar concentrator and can even be applied to textiles. This opens up numerous possibilities for producing energy directly where it is needed, i.e. in the use of everyday electronics.