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03.11.2016 Electrical Consulting Engineers 50th Anniversary

The SESKO member community Electrical Consulting Engineers NSS celebrated its 50th anniversary at the Old Student House in Helsinki on 14.10.2016

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03.11.2016 Standardization of Electrical Energy Storage Systems of Interest

The electrical energy storage systems are used for example to level out the peak load, work as energy storage when the network is disrupted and improve the quality of electricity. There are plenty of ongoing development projects on direct current distribution in the world and due to this the role of the energy storage is also growing significantly.

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14.10.2016 Standards Build Trust

Happy Standards day. The World Standards Day is celebrated every year on 14.10. and this year’s theme is trust.

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05.08.2016 IEC code of conduct for delegates and experts

IEC code of conduct for delegates and experts provides brief guidelines on a number of issues which delegates and experts may be confronted with as participants in the IEC Standards process. It provides information additional to that given in the ISO/IEC Directives (all parts) and reference should be made to these for details.

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Congratulations to SESKO on 50 years of standardization

SESKO was established 50 years ago. On the 8th of November 1965, SESKO was founded as the Finnish Electrotechnical Standardization Association - Finlands Elektrotekniska Standardiseringsförening rf. Over the years, the name has been shortened. By 2015, when the national electrical standards organization was having its jubilee celebration, it was known nationally and internationally as SESKO.

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12.09.2014 Emergence of young talent – The IEC Young Professionals

IEC is constantly striving to expand its network of experts with more and more qualified people. For that reason, it launched the IEC Young Professionals programme in 2010. Many National Committees have followed its example and launched their own comparable programmes in order to familiarize the young generation of experts with standardization.

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