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Baltic energy systems: synchronisation by 2025
30 July 2018 - Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia joined the European Union in 2004, but their grids are still synchronised with Russia and Belarus. Now they have agreed a target date to become a part of the continental Europe’s energy system.   At the end of June 2018 the Baltic countries and...
How battery systems can integrate renewable energy in smart grids
16 July 2018 - By 2030, 32% of the energy consumed in the EU must be generated from renewable sources, such as water, wind and sun. To achieve this, it doesn’t suffice to increase the number of wind turbines and solar cells. Extended and adapted transport and distribution grids are also...
New superconducting cable sets records for power transmission
La Spezia (Italy), 5th July 2018 – Today major cable and wire manufacturers, including Nexans and Columbus Superconductors, together with transmission system operators such as Terna and Réseau de Transport d'Électricité (RTE), disclosed the results of ground-breaking research on a...
Superconducting Cables: Entering the Power Grid World
25 June 2018 - We could easily integrate superconducting power cables into our grids within the next five years, says Christian-Eric Bruzek. The French engineer works for the cable manufacturer Nexans and is currently coordinating a team of ten European partners within the EU project Best Paths. In...
HVDC grids to facilitate cross-border energy exchange
15 June 2018 - In the future, point-to-point offshore connections are expected to evolve into multi-terminal HVDC-systems to increase power exchange between countries and strengthen the energy market of renewables   In addition to solar, wind power is growing as a source of alternative energy,...
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September
2018
PROMOTioN Side-Events
Hamburg, Germany
25-28
September
2018
Global Wind Summit 2018
Hamburg, Germany
26-31
August
2018
CIGRE Session 2018
Paris (France)
25-28
September
2018
Global Wind Summit
Hamburg (Germany)