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CEE Power Conference 2005,Delivering Power Quality to the Enlarged EU14-15 June, Hilton Hotel, Budapest,

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Delivering Power Quality to the Enlarged EU
14-15 June, Hilton Hotel, Budapest, Hungary
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The CEE Power Conference is pleased to confirm the following companies are among those presenting at this year’s event:

ABB, Sweden – Siemens, Germany – Wärtsilä, Netherlands – Contorg Measurement & Control Tech, Hungary – LEM, UK – Uconomics, Bulgaria – Emerson Network Power, UK – Transelektro, Hungary – Euro-Diesel, Belgium – Empower Training, UK

The two-day event looks at end-user experiences in the enlarged EU, equipment design and manufacturing issues, the distributed generation perspective, the utility perspective, monitoring and automation, high and medium-voltage networks, legislation and regulation and lastly, available funding for power quality programmes.

This years presentations will include: Phil Cartwright of Areva T&D talking about Power Quality Aspects of Existing and Future Wind Farms & Distributed Energy Generation; Jacob Klimstra of Wartsila, speaking on Maximum availability of high-quality electricity being of utmost importance for modern economies; Stephanie Horton of LEM speaking about problems experienced on low-voltage underground networks, and the reasons for the problems. Carl Solver of ABB talks about the overall reliability, or availability, of a substation being of major importance for the choice of technology.

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