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The conference "Power and Energy Student Summit 2020" (PESS) in Darmstadt (Germany)

12 February 2020

The conference "Power and Energy Student Summit 2020" (PESS) is hosted especially for students and young professionals in the field of power systems. More >>

Conference Athens 2020 on 2 and 3 of April 2020

12 February 2020

CIGRE National Committee of Greece organizes the Conference Athens 2020 on 2 and 3 of April 2020. More >>

Sweden NGN will have its first Inauguration event on February 2020

12 February 2020

Date: February 19th 2020. Time: 09:00-16:00 (Swedish Time). Location: Västerås Meeting Point T7 More >>

Molecule modification could improve reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel

11 February 2020

The reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel could become safer and more efficient in future after researchers found a way to modify the structure of molecules to remove radioactive materials. More >>

Anti-solar cells: A photovoltaic cell that works at night

11 February 2020

A specially designed photovoltaic cell could generate up to 50 watts of power per square meter under ideal conditions at night, about a quarter of what a conventional solar panel can generate in daytime, according to a concept paper by Munday and graduate student Tristan Deppe. More >>

A smart surface for smart devices

11 February 2020

External system improves phones signal strength 1,000 percent, without requiring extra antennas. 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.

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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.

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