The Finnish National Committee of CIGRE
Contact information and members
mobile: +358 40 550 2033, e-mail to: liisa.haarla(a)fingrid.fi
mobile: 040 546 6117, e-mail to ella.kack(a)fingrid.fi
In 2017, the Finnish National Committee had some 60 individual members in Category I, 13 collective members in Category I, 2 collective members in Category II and 2 honorary members.
- Category I collective member: 874 €
- Category II collective member: 269 €
- Category I individual member: 86 €
- Young member: 43 € (individual member, category II)
- Student member: 0 €
Membership and its benefits
Only CIGRE members can be Study Committee members. The Finnish National Committee proposes the Finnish candidates for the Study Committees.
The Study Committees with a member from Finland:
Each CIGRE study committee covers a specific technical domain dealing with Power Systems. The Finnish National Committee of CIGRE has a representative in the following study committees:
- A1 Rotating electrical machines
- A2 Power transformers and reacators
- B1 Insulated cables
- B2 Overhead lines
- B3 Substations and electrical installations
- B4 DC systems and power electronics
- B5 Protection and automation
- C4 Power system technical performance
- C5 Electricity markets and regulation
- C6 Active distribution Systems and distributed energy resources
- D1 Materials and emerging test techniques
- D2 Information systems and telecommunication
A study committee member is selected for a 2-year period, which starts during the Paris Session. The same member can have three successive membership periods. The membership period starts during the CIGRE Session. National committees propose candidates some 9 months before the Paris Session.
Working Groups make up the largest part of the working bodies of a study committee. Working groups are set up to perform specific technical activities, which they are expected to carry out within limited and pre-determined periods of time. The result of the work is a technical brochure, which are available at e-cigre.
A list of active working groups with their terms of reference can be found here. It is possible to be a working group member without CIGRE membership but the membership is recommended.
In 2018, Finland has over 40 active members is different working groups.