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Chinese and Foreign Experts Discuss Energy Conversion in Changsha

An academician forum themed “Bottlenecks and Solutions to the Energy ‘Green Conversion’ Technology and Equipment and its Industrialization Development” was inaugurated in Changsha on April 24, 2017.

Twelve academicians, as well as prestigious scholars and enterprise representatives from home and abroad were present at the forum.


The forum was hosted by the Energy and Mineral Engineering Division of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), and undertaken by the National Technological Research Center of Electrical Conversion and Control Engineering, College of Electrical and Information Engineering of Hunan University (HNU), and the Hunan Electrotechnical Society. HNU President Duan Xianzhong, Hunan Science and Technology Department Deputy Director Yang Zhiping, and CAE academician Huang Qili delivered speeches. Academician Luo An of HNU presided over the opening ceremony.  




Sixteen expert lectures were delivered on the topics of power electronics applied to electrical power system, and its problems and solutions; renewable energy development and utilization; and electric energy conversion. The participating teachers, students, and enterprise representatives actively joined in discussions.