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Subject[Seminar] KERI hosted the 2017 East Asia Electric Technology Research Workshop

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KERI hosted the 2017 East Asia Electric Technology Research Workshop from Sep 4-8 in Jeju, Korea.

Participants included 32 researchers from the China Electric Power Research Institute(CEPRI), The Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry(CRIEPI), Taiwan Power Research Institute(TPRI) – as well as KERI staff and Vice President Myung Sung-ho.

The assembled experts delivered over 22 technical papers during the workshop covering the 5 fields of Maintenance and Operation of the Power Automation and ITC Application, Smart Utilization of Power&Energy, Power System, Renewable Energy, Maintenance and Testing&Measurement. 

The East Asia Electric Technology Research Workshop was first held in 1988, and since then KERI and CRIEPI have held annual electric technology workshops in Changwon and Tokyo to build close collaborations based on in-depth discussions regarding annual collaboration performance results and next year s collaboration plans, mid-to-long term research plans and major R&D results, international joint research plans and more. In 2004, the bilateral conference between Korea and Japan enhanced international cooperation through taking on-board the participation of China s CEPRI. Ever since, the workshop of technical presentations in the electrotechnology research field has become an annual event, taking place variously in Japan, China and Korea to provide the genesis of this year’s international conference. In addition, Taiwan s TPRI and KEPRI (KEPCO Research Institute) first signed up as observers in 2009. Their participation has been expanded since, bringing with it an enhanced event scope. Now, with TPRI officially recognized as a fully registered member, what began as an instance of bilateral cooperation has now become a truly international conference, with participation by experts from Korea, China, Japan and Taiwan.

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