The future is LVDC

IEC and Bureau of Indian Standards to hold first LVDC International Conference

By Antoinette Price

The need for electricity access in developing economies is driving the urgency for standardization of low voltage direct current (LVDC).  Around 1,3 billion people worldwide don’t have any access to electricity. LVDC and its associated technologies offer the potential to deliver safe, efficient and green electricity to many of them.

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Rural off-grid lighting

On 26-27 October, the IEC and Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) are inviting global experts to share their vision and views on LVDC at the first International Conference of its kind in New Dehli, India.

This event will highlight how Standards and standardization work are key to achieving faster, cost-effective development of LVDC distribution networks. Participating experts will contribute towards defining and structuring the standards-driven deployment of LVDC across industries and applications.

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