News

  • Welcome to our new President!
  • CIGRE Working Groups – Update
  • CIGRE Green Books
  • Publish your paper in the new CIGRE online journal: CSE
  • Tours, activites & accommodation: attending the CIGRE Session 2016
  • Online Payment available on E-CIGRE
  • International Colloquium organized by the US NC

Welcome to our new President!

Congratulations to our new President Robert Stephen (South Africa) and our new Treasurer Michel Augonnet (France). Mark Waldron has been re-elected as Technical Council Chairman.

CIGRE Working Groups – Update

Terms of Reference of the active Working Groups.

CIGRE Green Books

CIGRE associates with Springer to co-publish the CIGRE Green Books Series!

Learn more

Publish your paper in the new CIGRE online journal: CSE

The number 5 of CIGRE Science & Engineering (June 2016) is now available.

Tours, activites & accommodation: attending the CIGRE Session 2016

A specific optional tours programme has been tailor-made for registered participants and accompanying persons. We recommend that you book your tour as soon as possible

Online Payment available on E-CIGRE

Online Payment is now available on our library and bookstore E-CIGRE.ORG

International Colloquium organized by the US NC

Evolution of Power System planning to support connection of generation, distributed resources and alternative technologies

National Committees

CIGRE Central Office which is based in Paris France, counts 58 National Committees to enhance its relationship and get closer to its Members. CIGRE National Committees offer to its Members direct access to services and supports. CIGRE counts more than 14 000 equivalent Members composed of researchers, academics, engineers, technicians, suppliers, and other decision makers, in over 90 countries.

National Committees provide updated information on their national power systems.

Find a National Committee

Study Committees

More than 3,500 experts from across the globe actively collaborate in structured work programmes with CIGRE. There efforts are coordinated by 16 Study Committees which are overseen by a Technical Committee. Research efforts are anchored to four interlinked objectives : designing and deploying the power system of the future, optimizing existing equipment and power systems, respecting the environment, and offering access to information to international key players in the electrical power systems' industry.
The 16 topics covered are available hereunder.