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System Adequacy and Market Modelling

The Electric Power System has a very important role for the economic development and welfare and is at the heart of a sustainable way to use energy. It is the largest machine ever been engineered: in Italy 60 thousand kilometers of transmission power lines - one and half time the circumference of the Earth - allow to satisfy an electric energy consumption of 310 TWh in 2014, 35% from renewable sources. The [...]


HV tests for on-site cable diagnostic

Energy utilities need on-site AC high-voltage acceptance tests on their cable systems and switchgear, in order to ensure the quality of their transmission systems; such tests need to be performed on site with special equipment as well as remarkable measurement technology and diagnosis at voltages of up to 500 kV. Complete acceptance tests such as on-site AC high-voltage tests combined with Partial [...]


Water quality trading

​On the international scene, USA area has undertook the first experience about the program exchange of credits in water quality mode can-and-trade in 2009. Now 32 States have established "trading programs" and/or "state policies" on the matter and no. 2 "inter-state trading  projects". Outside of the United States are currently reported N. 9 "trading programs", [...]


High RES penetration impact on Operations

​The development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) is rapidly growing worldwide and they will play an increasingly important role in electricity power systems in the coming years. The majority of this is expected to be from Variable Non-Synchronous Renewable (VNSR) generation sources. According to the 2020 targets, significant volumes of VNSR generation are estimated across the world. The level of [...]


Directive 2013 35 EU in electricity sector

Effects on technical standards development and on electricity sector of the Directive 2013/35/EU on the minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from electromagnetic fields which shall be adopted by 1 July 2016.   The Directive 2013/35/UE was published on July 26th, 2013 after a long consultation process among the different stakeholders. It transposes [...]


HP Labs drive national grids into the future

​Since the second industrial revolution, the industry development has been strictly dependent from the availability of electric power and the reliability of the electric generation and distribution infrastructure. The reliability of an electric network could be seen as the combined reliability of its power components; since many decades, third party laboratories are trusted institutions capable to [...]


Dissesto Idrogeologico: Forum 2016

Le infrastrutture come telaio diagnostico per monitorare il territorio   Giovedì [...]


Ismes on Tg1 about monuments’ monitoring

​On May 16, Tg1, the most watched Italian newscast, broadcasted during its prime [...]


EJ’s new issue: the energy revolution

​The new issue of Energy Journal depicts the energy revolution underway today, [...]



​Mark your calendar for the 2016 IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition. [...]


CESI Middle East signed a contract with RAECO

​CESI Middle East signed a contract with the Omani Rural Areas Electricity Company [...]




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