Power engineering is nothing but to convert other forms of energy into electric power. These sources of power include fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas, hydropower, nuclear power, solar power, and wind power. Power engineers deal with devices such as motors, batteries, capacitors; processes and phenomena such as power conversion, power drop and blackouts; analysis and design such as estimation of the stability of a power network and power flow studies; and areas such as renewable energy and environmentally-friendly power systems. This session discusses more about advance technologies and the state of the art in power engineering of next generation of power engineers.

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