The Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering (CSEE) has recently released the CSEE Notification on the Naming of the 2018 Electrical Science Education Center, according to which GCL Group’s Future Energy Pavilion received the honor and will be exhibiting on this theme from 2019 to 2023.

Among other chosen projects are Electricity Gallery of the Ordos Electric Power Bureau Customer Service Center, Kunming Electrical Science Exhibition Hall, Intelligent Energy Science Education Center, Tianjin University, State Key Laboratory of Power Transmission Equipment and System Security, Chongqing University, New Energy Eco-technology Museum of China, Qingdao TGOOD Electric, and Safe City Emergency Response Center (Nanjing).
In recent years GCL Group has energetically promoted the knowledge of electrical science and comprehensively improved the capacity of electrical science to serve the society.

The Future Energy Pavilion is a permanent exhibition hall established by GCL Group for international forums on the energy revolution. The Pavilion covers an area of 4,300 square meters and is comprised of four galleries, each with its own theme. It is China’s only exhibition hall that is focused on the comprehensive interpretation and display of future energy trends.

The Pavilion interprets the ongoing energy revolution from international and sustainability perspectives while showing how the relationships between production and energy and between people’s life and energy will unfold over the next three decades. It also describes the future of the Energy Internet. In addition, the evolution history, latest technological achievements, and development trend of energy production and consumption models are illustrated to show how energy and society have complemented each other. The four galleries are named: Introductory Gallery, Energy Revolution Drives Civilization, Green Energy Supports Sustainable Development, and Bringing Green Power to Life. There are 51 items on display, including videos, physical objects, educational sand tables, models, images, and texts. Nearly 30,000 visitors in more than 2,700 groups from all over the world have visited it since it was opened to the public on October 29, 2016.


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