One hundred and 30 years ago, on 1st May 1888, Nikola Tesla obtained patent number 382,280 for the “electrical transmission of power”. Not only is it the patent for which Tesla is best remembered, but also was a key episode in the so-called “war of the currents”.
Geneva, Switzerland, 2017-09-26 – Many devices and appliances we use today operate with low voltage direct current (LVDC), including LED lighting, IT equipment, electric vehicles and all devices containing batteries, to name a few. More recently, the use of DC motors in refrigerators,
IEC and the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) hosted the first ever low voltage direct current (LVDC) Conference for Sustainable Electricity Access, in Nairobi on May 22-23, 2017. Over 170 participants from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin and North America attended the event. Bringing ligh
Towards sustainable, Smart Communities G7 Summit, 26-26 May 2017 in Taormina, Italy As world leaders gather for the annual G7 meeting, taking place in Taormina, Italy from 26 to 27 May 2017, the Climate Change – The New Economy magazine , the official G7 summit magazine, has pu
Electricity access – an agent of economic growth ¦ Worldwide 1,3 billion people don’t have any access to electricity and 2,7 billion people have very limited access. In Africa, more than 600 million people, that is, two out of three Africans lack access to electricity. The UN recogniz