Mladen Banovic

Editor-in-Chief Transformers Magazine

Mladen Banovic is a scientist and innovator in the field of energy transmission with over 20 years of technical and managerial experience.
He currently holds the positions of Director and Editor-in-Chief at Merit Media Int. – the company behind the Transformers Magazine, Transformers Academy, Transformers Forum, and WiPE brands.
During his career, he managed development of products and systems for worldwide use in electric power grids up to 1200 kV (currently the highest level in the world), the development and deployment of systems for smart grid and automated design, testing, diagnostic and monitoring systems.
Education: PhD, MSc, and BSc degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Zagreb, Croatia.
Affiliations: IEEE Senior Member, member of CIGRE and the European Association of Science Editors (EASE).


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Sustainability in the Transformers Sector: Challenges, Opportunities and Optimisation

  • Directions that can ensure higher sustainability, such as lower losses, use of recyclable and renewable materials (biodegradable fluids), retrofittable features, selection of optimal transformer lifetime, application of modular concepts, solutions enabling improved maintainability and operation
  • Different views about what should be covered by this subject, what metrics should be used, what limits set, as well as what the focus of our efforts should be in order to get the best results in a shorter time frame?
  • The presentation will focus on sustainability based on results of research, which also includes results for other areas, such as new technologies, innovation, transformer components, transformer oil, transformer service, digitalisation, outlook of market and technology, and business on the transformer market

Tuesday 10 May 12:00 - 12:20 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/10/2022 12:00 05/10/2022 12:20 Sustainability in the Transformers Sector: Challenges, Opportunities and Optimisation
  • Directions that can ensure higher sustainability, such as lower losses, use of recyclable and renewable materials (biodegradable fluids), retrofittable features, selection of optimal transformer lifetime, application of modular concepts, solutions enabling improved maintainability and operation
  • Different views about what should be covered by this subject, what metrics should be used, what limits set, as well as what the focus of our efforts should be in order to get the best results in a shorter time frame?
  • The presentation will focus on sustainability based on results of research, which also includes results for other areas, such as new technologies, innovation, transformer components, transformer oil, transformer service, digitalisation, outlook of market and technology, and business on the transformer market
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