Dr. Anders Bergman is a senior scientist and emeritus at the national laboratory for electrical high voltage and high current quantities at RISE. He has been the coordinator of the highly successful research projects EMRP ENG07, Metrology for high voltage direct current and EMPIR 14IND08, Metrology for the electric power industry. He is currently involved in the EMPIR project 17NRM01, Trafoloss. He has been with RISE since 1988 and has built up the present electric power group and led it to international excellence. Dr. Bergman worked, before joining SP, several years with large HVDC projects within one of the major manufacturers of HVDC equipment in Europe. He has taken an active part in international standardisation since 1994 and is a member of IEC TC42, High voltage test techniques and has partaken of CIGRÉ D1.35, High voltage testing and D1.36 Ultra-high voltage testing. He is the convenor of TC42, WG12, High current testing where he led the work to develop a new standard for high current measurement. He is currently leading IEC TC42, WG20 – developing a test data generator for validation of software for high-current measurement. He has also leads IEC TC14, MT 60076-19 developing rules for uncertainty estimation in measurement of losses of transformers. He has received the IEC 1906 award in 2004 for outstanding work in standardisation.