About the conference

Detailed RSEEC 2014 Brochure

The CIGRÉ’s Romanian National Committee, as organizer, CNTEE Transelectrica (the Romanian TSO) and ALSTR (the Romanian technical authority in the field of Live Maintenance), as co-organizers, invite you to CIGRÉ event Regional South-East European Conference (RSEEC 2014), October 8th – 10th , 2014, Timisoara Hotel 4*, Timisoara City, Romania – event organized with kind support of CIGRÉ Paris, SEERC – South-East European Region CIGRÉ and University "Politehnica" of Timisoara (UPT).


At its second edition, it is a major biannual event in power systems which will provide an exceptional venue to CIGRÉ members and interested parties for presenting: Innovation for efficient and effective management, solutions for power systems of the future! 


The conference will include tutorials, technical papers sessions and a 3 days exhibition.


The location is Timisoara Hotel, TIMISOARA (Address: Str. Marasesti nr 1-3, 300086, Timisoara – for more details please visit http://hoteltimisoara.ro )




The conference brings together power systems engineers, decision makers, economists, academics and others with interest in the domain. The conference also promotes CIGRÉ as a strong technical organization, capable of contributing to the technical expertise and know-how through its study committees, conference proceedings and the technical documents [for more details on previous edition please click here].


Important Dates: 

Deadline to send the Paper Abstract: 1st June 2014 (extended term)

Notification to authors about abstract acceptance: 1st July 2014 (extended term)

Deadline to send the Paper Manuscript: 1st August 2014

Deadline for submitting the Copyright Form: 1st August 2014

Deadline for Authors Registration: 1st August 2014 

Deadline for other Participants Registration: 1st October 2014 

Conference Dates: 8th – 10th October 2014, Timisoara, Romania 

Main Topics


1.            Electrical networks of the future

-          Active transmission and distribution networks

-          New concept in planning and operation

2.            State of the Technology and Future Trends

-          New equipment, environment, sustainability

-          Equipment’s life time management

3.            Power system solutions for renewable sources (RES)

-          RES technologies

-          Energy storage

4.            Challenges in education of power system workforce

-          Education and training

-          R&D programs application

-          Energy storage

5.            Live working

-          Methods, procedures, tools and equipment

-          Technical and economic benefits

-          Selection, training, licensing and risk prevention activities

-          Aspects of standardization and regulation


Language of the Conference 


The working language of the symposium is English. All printed materials will be published in English.




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