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ED2E 2016

Objectives.

In the general context of sustainable development, the conference will focus on eco-design of electrical equipment in connection with the development of renewable energies and energy efficiency.

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The evolution of their constituent materials and their inclusion in the current and future power grids show prospective. The time frame tied to that context justifies the consideration of technical and economic constraints to investment, operating costs and recycling.

Topics.

I - Materials

Ecological impact of electrical engineering materials (insulation, conductor, magnetic)

Existing materials performance improvement

Low environmental impact materials

New materials : nano-materials , superconductive

II - EQUIPMENT

Ecological impact of electrical equipment (Production, Transmission, Distribution, Use)

II - Equipment

Ecological impact of electrical equipment (Production, Transmission, Distribution, Use)

Motors & Generators

Motors & Generators

Transformers

Transformers

Circuit breakers

Circuit breakers

Limiting current/voltage devices

Limiting current/voltage devices

Power electronics converters

Power electronics converters

III - Grids & Renewable energy

Insertion constraints of equipment in the grid

III - Grids & Renewable energy

Insertion constraints of equipment in the grid

Public & Isolated grids

Public & Isolated grids

Smart Grids

Smart Grids

Photovoltaic production

Photovoltaic production

Wind farms (on & off-shore)

Wind farms (on & off-shore)

Energy storage

Energy storage

Hydro-electricity

Hydro-electricity

IV - Economics and Regulations

Life cycle management of the networks considering regulation aspects and environmental impacts through economic approaches

Eco-design

Limitation of non-renewable materials

Life cycle forecast

Maintenance strategies

Technical-and- economic assessment

Regulations

End of life management

V - Energy Efficiency

Review the potential energy efficiency improvement

Size and nature of network losses

Economic potential of loss-saving

Barriers and incentives to minimise losses

Considering the losses in the network design

Partners

Organization committee.

Scientific & Technical committee.