Address: Koste Glavinjića 8a, Belgrade
Phone: + 381 11 3690 487
Fax: + 381 11 3690 823
Director: Dragan Kovačević, PhD
The dominant activity of the Institute is applied research in electrical engineering, in three major fields: strategic studies (analysis and synthesis of static and dynamic states of electrical power systems and facilities, middle-term and long-term planning); testing, etalonation and diagnostics of the equipment and systems in electrical energetics (the accredited Laboratory for Testing and Etalonation); development of the modern electrical power technologies (power electronics systems, high voltage technical science, systems for protection and monitoring, automation and regulation systems, metrology and instrumentation).
The Institute is divided into five organisational units: the Centre for Electrical Power Systems, the Centre for Automation and Regulation, the Centre for Electrical Power Facilities, the Centre for Electrical Measuring and the Laboratory for Testing and Etalonation. The common activities of these units are carried out by the Support Services.
The Institute is the member of the Serbian Association of Institutes, and a member of the Serbian Institute of Standardisation. The Institute actively cooperates with major international associations, such as IEC (International Electrical Commission), CIGRE (International Council on Large Electric Systems), IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), IMEKO (International Measurement Confederation), laboratories and companies.
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