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This is how you remember us, but today we are inviting you to join us on the new version of wattwatt community! Please look around, edit your profiles and make the most of its new features. You can start with the FAQ section of our site and the editorial blog but if you need any support or have questions get in touch with our community manager, Sylwia Presley

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Competition!

Posted by Sylwia Presley on February 12, 2013 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Happy #standardstuesday!
We have a number of exciting activities to celebrate the RTCC video and editorial! Share the video or news release from our Facebook post on your Facebook wall and leave us a little comment to let us know that you have done so. The first five fans to share will receive an IEC thank you goodie bag by post. 

Electrical Energy Storage White Paper

Posted by Sylwia Presley on February 22, 2013 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

The proportion of Renewable Energies is likely to increase in all major electricity markets. Their large-scale incorporation into existing electricity grids will be complex, and their successful integration will likely depend on large-capacity Electrical Energy Storage. 
You can order our download our White Paper on the subject for free on our website.

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Douglas Powell updated their profile
Dec 19, 2013
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Nov 12, 2013
 
 
 

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About wattwatt

 

Can you live without electricity?  Probably not. But by using it more efficiently, using less, and generating more, we might also be able to help the 1,5 billion people get access to electricity. And we can help mitigate the effects of climate change.

We are wattwatt - the community for individuals interested in electrotechnology and how it can help mitigate the effects of climate change.

wattwatt is where you can help make a difference! wattwatt is supported by the IEC, a not-for-profit organization responsible for international standards in areas including energy generation, transmission and distribution, as well as efficiency standards and renewables. The IEC is committed to smart electrification and the pragmatic use of technical solutions to make efficiency gains, the deployment of new technologies when ready, and in the sharing of knowledge and know-how among developed and developing nations.

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