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International Research Centre for Renewable Energy (IFEED), Germany

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Seoul National University, South Korea

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National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan

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Hubei University, China

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Tokyo University of Science, Japan

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Power Engineering 2018

Welcome Note by Prof. Dr Nasir El Bassam


3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering

June 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy
 

                                              

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the Executive Board of the  3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering (PEE) which will be held in the beautiful Rome, “The Eternal City", Italy, on June 18-19, 2018.

The PEE Conference 2018 is designed to inform, inspire and innovate, to foster participation and exchange, and to actively create a global platform for a future of power and energy generation and supply in regional and global context.

Worldwide demand for energy is predicted to spike by 49% over the next 15 years, and fossil fuel plants are expected to shoulder the bulk of the load. Yet many power plants worldwide face efficiency issues, emissions restrictions, and the risk of system failures. How can owners and managers keep up with increased energy demands, while maintaining safety, reducing environmental impact, and increasing profitability? These aspects are vital to meet the challenges resulted from the projection that 2 billion people expected to move to urban cities by 2050, about 48% growth in world energy demand by 2040 and 78% of world´s energy by fossil is still fuels by 2040. More than 50% of USA´s electricity generating capacity built before 1980 and 83 % less lifespan for coal-fired power plants in DC like, India, compared to developed nations. 

The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that to achieve the below 2-degree scenario, energy efficiency (EE) investments need to reach $560 billion/year over the next 15 years, an increase of over four times the current level.

The future sustainable energy systems with their inherent complexity of operation, control and maintenance will be impossible to operate without the technologies of industry 4.0. and energy 4.0. These are invented today in the manufacturing industry acting as pathfinder into a fascinating and rich digital future.

Mission and Objectives of the Conference:

  • Promote international exchange, discussion and innovation and technologies about the present and future of sustainable energy and development
  • Promote clean energy economies and a green lifestyle
  • Develop international partnerships in economics, science, industry and technology
  • Promote the exchange of best practices in the area of sustainable development and clean energy
  • Accelerate the transition to a green economy and attract investment for innovative projects
  • Recent and future technological innovations in renewables, Nano-and fusion technologies, Digitisation, power transmission, efficiency, storage and electronics.

 

We will be glad to welcome you in the “Eternal City” Rome and to share us with your experience, exchange knowledge and meet in a county which is rich in culture, tradition, and history and enjoy the traditional Italian cuisine!

 


 

Prof Dr Nasir El Bassam

Founder and Director of the International Research Centre for Renewable Energy (IFEED) www.ifeed.org; Chairperson, WCRE, World Council for Renewable Energy www.wcre.org
Scientific Advisory Board, Federal Association of Regenerative Mobility, Germany

 

About Conference

Conference series LLC warmly welcomes you to attend the 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering during June 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy.

Power Engineering Conference 2018 is a specially designed cluster of a program that provides a common platform where industry meets academia to discuss the recent issues and happening. It serves as a bridge between researchers from academia and industry enhanced by its well organized scientific sessions, plenary lectures, poster presentations, world-class exhibitions, diverse symposiums, highly enriched workshops and B2B meetings. Also, to facilitate better understanding about the technological developments and scientific advancements across the world by simultaneously equating with the pace of science, technology and business areas in the field of Power and Energy Engineering.

The relative novel nature of this conference is to bring the advancement in the field of utilization of natural resources. We cordially invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of renewable energy and environmental sciences.

Why to Attend:

Power Engineering 2018 offers a fantastic opportunity to meet and make new contacts in the field of Power and Energy Engineering, by providing collaboration spaces and break-out rooms with tea and lunch for delegates between sessions with invaluable networking time for you. It allows delegates to have issues addressed on Power and Energy Engineering by recognized global experts who are up to date with the latest developments in the Power and Energy field and provide a premier technical forum for reporting and learning about the latest research and development, as well as for launching new technologies, applications and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs towards Power and Energy Engineering.   

Power Engineering 2018 Conference brings together Directors, Professors, Professionals, CEO’s, Presidents, Vice-presidents, Business Delegates, Market Leaders from allied industries and companies, Students and Researchers from all areas of Power Engineering, Energy Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Engineering research and business.

Target Audience:

  1. Directors of Power Engineering and Energy Engineering
  2. Professors
  3. Professionals
  4. CEO’s
  5. Presidents
  6. Vice-presidents
  7. Business Delegates
  8. Market Leaders
  9. Mechanical Engineers
  10. Electrical Engineers
  11. Students from Academia
  12. Researchers in the field of Power Engineering, Energy Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Engineering research and business
  13. Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives.

Sessions/Tracks

With Immense pleasure and support of ConferenceSeries Ltd and organizing committee members, we welcome you to attend the "3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering", going to be held on June 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy. We cordially invite all the participants who are interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of Experts Meeting on Power and Energy Engineering.

Power Engineering 2018 anticipates more than 200 participants around the globe with thought provoking Keynote lectures, Oral, Video and Poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of related Journals. This is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Scientists experts, scholars, engineers, market leaders and Industry Professionals working in the field of Power, Electrical, Energy, Mechanical, Chemistry, Physics, Environment etc.. The intending participants are requested to submit their abstract and manuscripts which will be peer reviewed by the Organizing Committee and editorial board members of the respective journals.

Track 1: Power Engineering

Power Engineering is a subfield of Energy Engineering and Electrical Engineering that arrangements with the generation, transmission, dispersion and usage of electric force and the electrical gadgets associated with such frameworks including generators, engines and transformers. However a great part of the field is worried with the issues of three-phase AC power – the standard for generous scale power generation, transmission and dissemination over the cutting edge world – a noteworthy division of the field is worried with the change between AC and DC power and the improvement of particular power systems for example, those utilized in aircraft or for electric railway networks. The Power Systems were getting more productive with taking a break and have turned into a centre region of Electrical Engineering field. 

Relevant Conferences:

3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering, June 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France.

Track 2: Power Systems

An Electric Power System is a matrix of electrical constituent used to supply, transmit and utilize electric power. Power System is the network that supplies industry with power for sizable regions and an area's homes. This power system is known as the grid and can be widely split into the generators, supply the power, the transmission system that fetches the power from a generating centre to the load centres and the distribution system that feeds the power to adjacent industries and homes. Minor power systems are also found in hospitals, industry, commercial homes and buildings. Direct current power can be supplied by fuel cells or photovoltaic cells, batteries. Alternating current power is typically gives by a rotor that spins in a magnetic field in a device known as a turbo generator. The pace at which the rotor turns in blend with the number of generator poles regulates the frequency of the alternating current make by the generator. So basically, an electric power system is a network of electrical components installed to supply, transfer, store and use the electric power.

Relevant Conferences:

11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany.

Track 3: Electric Power Transmission and Distribution 

Electric power transmission is just the bulk transfer of electrical energy, from generating power plants to electrical substations situated close demand centres. The distribution and transmission system comprises a network of three-phase circuits with switching and or transforming substations at the various junctions. As the demand for energy continues to increase, end-users require cost-effective electrical power, reliable. Manufacturers, authorities and intertek supports power utilities Having Jurisdiction in their efforts to distribute effective power solutions to residential environments, industrial and commercial. With the combination of facilities ranging from inspection, testing and certification all the way through Intertek drives safety, engineering and environmental advisory, efficiency and quality all through the whole Transmission and Distribution lifecycle.

Relevant Conferences:

2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering, June 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy.

Track 4: Power Electronics

Power electronics is the technology that acts as an interface between the electrical load and the electrical source. The electrical source is the power supply available and the load is the appliance that needs to be powered. This technology ensures that power is taken from the source to the load in the most efficient and robust way. The power electronics interface essentially consists of a controller and a converter. The converter transforms the energy into desired form whereas the controller sets the magnitude of required voltage or current level for end-use with respect to a fixed reference value. The power electronics components that are typically used are diodes, MOSFETs, inductors, capacitors and the like. We can realise the applications of Power Electronics everywhere in our day-to-day life. Industrial applications primarily consist of two areas, power supplies and motor control. The motors which are controlled vary from very large to smaller ones. Power supplies for battery charging, induction heating, electroplating and welding. Buyer applications cover a wide range of regions in the home, such as heat controls, audio amplifiers, security systems, light dimmers, hand power tools and motor control for food mixers. Transportation applications like motor drives for electric vehicles, locomotives. In addition to this non-motor drive applications like traffic signal control, vehicle electronic ignition and vehicle voltage regulation. Aerospace and defence applications consist of VLF transmitters, switching using solid state relays and contactors and power supplies for space and aircraft.

Relevant Conferences:

3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland.

Track 5: Power and Energy Market

In economic terms, electricity is a product which is capable of being sold, bought and traded. An electricity market is a system enabling through bids to buy, through offers to sell, purchases, sales, and short-term trades, generally in the form of financial or obligation swaps. Offers and offers utilize free market activity standards to set the cost. Long haul exchanges are contracts like power buy understandings and for the most part viewed as private bi-parallel exchanges between counterparties. Discount dealings in power are normally settled and cleared by the market administrator or an exceptional reason autonomous element accused solely of that capacity. Market administrators don't clear exchanges yet regularly require learning of the exchange to keep up era and load adjust. The wares inside an electric market by and large comprise of two types: power and vitality. Power is the metered net electrical swapping scale at any given moment and is measured in megawatts. Vitality is power that moves through a metered point for a given period and is measured in megawatt-hours. Furthermore, for most real administrators, there are markets for transmission blockage and power subordinates, for example, power prospects and alternatives, which are effectively exchanged. These business sectors created because of the rebuilding of electric power frameworks around the globe. This procedure has regularly gone ahead in parallel with the rebuilding of gaseous petrol markets.

Relevant Conferences:

3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark.

Track 6: Battery Technologies

Battery, containing of one or more electrochemical cells with outside connections connected to energize the electrical devices. Battery has an anode, and a cathode. The name "battery" usually denoted to a device composed of numerous cells, so far, the process has advanced to additionally include devices consisting of a single cell. Batteries are categorized into primary and secondary types. Primary batteries such as leclanché cell, lithium battery, alkaline battery  are irretrievably transforming chemical energy to electrical energy. Once the power inside the reactants got exhausted, these batteries for example primary does not restore energy easily. Secondary batteries such as fuel cell, flow battery, lead acid battery etc. can be recharged; they can reverse their chemical reactions by providing electrical energy to the battery, by returning their original composition. As batteries are widely used. It has lots of various problems. In lithium batteries the failures are depends on state of Charge, temperature, over-voltage effects if the charging voltage is increased beyond the suggested upper cell voltage, unnecessary current flows giving rise to two problems such as overheating and lithium plating. Temperature effects both in high temperature operation, low temperature operation and thermal runaway.

Relevant Conferences:

3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan.

Track 7: Fuel Cell and Combustion Technologies

Fuel cell produces electricity through a chemical process without combustion. It converts oxygen and hydrogen into water, and generates electricity. It’s an electro-chemical energy conversion device that produces water, heat and electricity. A battery stores all the chemicals inside and then chemicals are converted into electrical. Fuel cells works like a battery, but they do not need electrical recharging. Once those chemicals expire, the battery dies. On the other hand, a fuel cell receives the chemicals, it uses from the outside; so that, won’t run out. Fuel cells can generate power almost indefinitely, if they have fuel to use. The responses that produce electricity occur at the electrodes. Each fuel cell has two electrodes, one negative, called the cathode, and one positive, called the anode. These are detached by an electrolyte barrier. Oxygen goes to the cathode side, while Fuel goes to the anode side. When both chemicals hit the electrolyte fence, they react, torn apart their electrons, and produce an electric current.

Relevant Conferences:

15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom.

Track 8: Smart Grid Technologies

The grid denotes the electric grid is a network of transmission substations, lines, transformers and more that distribute electricity from the power plant to the business or home. The digital technology that permits for two-way conversation between the utility and its consumers, and sensing along the transmission lines, that is what makes the grid smarter. The Keen Framework contains automation, controls, computers, and new equipment and technologies working together, but in this case, these technologies will work with the electrical grid to reply digitally to our rapidly changing electric demand. The Smart Grid signifies an unprecedented chance to move the energy industry into a new era of availability, efficiency and reliability that will contribute to the economy and environmental health. During the transition time, it will be critical to carry out technology improvements, testing, development of standards and regulations, consumer education and information sharing between projects to ensure that the benefits we envision from the Smart Grid become a reality.

Relevant Conferences:

11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland.

Track 9: Alternative Energy Technologies

Alternative energy is an energy source that is an alternative to fossil fuel. All these alternatives are intended to address concerns about such fossil fuels, such as its high carbon dioxide emissions, an important factor in global warming. Hydroelectric, marine energy, wind, solar power and geothermal are the alternative sources of energy. The nature of the constitutes of an alternative energy source has changed significantly over time, as have arguments regarding energy use. The best unreasonable of these sponsorships are pointed at finding new saves of coal, oil and gas, even though it is usually understood that these must be left in the ground if we are to avoid catastrophic irreversible climate change.

Relevant Conferences:

9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria.

Track 10: Energy Storage

Since the invention of electricity, already have soughed effective methods to store the energy for use on demand. Over the past era, energy storage industry has continued to adapt and evolve to changing energy necessities and advances in technology. Energy storage arrangements deliver an extensive range of technological approaches to handling our power supply in order to generate a more resilient energy infrastructure and bring cost savings to utilities and consumers. Energy storage systems are the set of technologies and methods used to store different forms of energy. The Energy Storage system also try to improve energy storage density by conducting research into advanced electrolytes for flow batteries, development of low temperature Na batteries along with and Nano-structured electrodes with improved electrochemical properties. In Power Electronics, research into new high-voltage, high power, high frequency, wide-band-gap materials such as silicon-carbide and gallium-nitride is underway.

Relevant Conferences:

15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland.

Track 11Sustainable Energy Technologies

Sustainable Technology reflects an approach to technological development, characterized by creative and engineering that recognizes the social, environmental, political, economic, and technical aspects of a proposed technological solution to a problem facing a society. Generally, appropriate technologies are smaller-scale technologies that are ecologically and socially benign, affordable, and often powered by renewable energy. The field is an interdisciplinary one drawing from the physical and social sciences as well as from engineering, architecture, and technology. Areas of interest include energy conversion systems, waste and water management, community and shelter design, technology assessment, small-scale production systems, and technology transfer.

Relevant Conferences:

20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany.

Track 12:  Solar Power

Solar energy is the most promptly available source of energy. Solar power is harnessed by using a range of ever-evolving technologies for example solar thermal energy, solar heating, photovoltaics, artificial photosynthesis and molten salt power plants. Nowadays this energy is used to produce electricity where other power supplies are inattentive, such as in remote areas and in space. It is becoming inexpensive to make electricity from solar power as compared to electricity generated by oil and coal. Dynamic solar techniques include the usage of photovoltaic systems, solar water heating to harness the energy and concentrated solar energy. Passive solar techniques include placing a building to the Sun, choosing materials with a favourable thermal mass or light-dispersing goods and conniving spaces that naturally circulate the air. The large magnitude of solar power available makes an extremely appealing source of electricity.

Relevant Conferences:

2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland.

Track 13: Wind Energy

Wind Power is the replacement of burning fossil fuels, is renewable, clean, widely distributed, produces no greenhouse gas during operation. The net effects on the atmosphere are much less than those of non-renewable energy sources. Wind mills are made up of many individual wind turbines and are linked to the electric power communication network. Competitively, wind is an economical source of electricity, and also inexpensive than coal or gas plants. Wind turbine converts kinetic energy from the wind into electrical energy. The technical explanation for this type of machine is an aero foil-powered generator. Nowadays wind turbines are manufactured in a wide range of horizontal and vertical axis types. Expansive turbines, recognized as wind ranches, are ending up progressively critical wellspring of sustainable power source and are used by so many countries to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels.

Relevant Conferences:

3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering, June 18-19, 2018 Rome, Italy; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK.

Track 14: Energy Economics and Policy

Energy economics is a wide scientific subject area which includes topics related to supply and use of energy in societies. Due to diversity of issues and methods shared and applied with a number of academic disciplines, energy economics does not contemporary itself as a self-contained academic discipline, but it is an applied sub discipline of economics. Energy economics also draws deliberately on results of energy engineering, geology, political sciences, ecology etc. Recent focus of energy economics includes the following issues. Risk analysis and security of supply, climate change and climate policy, Demand response, Sustainability, Energy and economic growth.

Energy policy is the approach in which a given entity (often governmental) has decided to address issues of energy development including energy consumption, production and distribution. The attributes of energy policy may include legislation, international exposition, incentives to investment, and guidelines for energy conservation, taxation and other public policy techniques.

Relevant Conferences:

World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K.

Track 15: Bio Energy

Bio-energy is a renewable energy source formed from biological, natural sources. Various natural sources, such as animals and their byproducts, plants can be valuable resources. Recent technology makes even landfills or waste zones potential bio-energy resources and can be used to be a sustainable power source, providing fuel, gas and heat. Energy contained in the sources, like plants, is the energy, absorbed from the sun through a process known as photosynthesis. Bio-energy has the potential to reduce our carbon footprint and improve the environment. While bio-energy uses the equal quantity of carbon dioxide as traditional fossil fuels, as long as the plants used are replaced the impact is lessened.

Relevant Conferences:

9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France.

Track 16: Hydropower Technology

Hydroelectricity or Hydropower mentions to the conversion of energy from flowing water into electricity. This is considered a renewable source of energy because the water cycle is constantly renewed by the sun. The greatest common type of hydropower plant uses a dam on a river to stock the water in a reservoir. This is called hydroelectric power or hydropower.  The hydropower within larger context of the renewable energy field & its connection with the climate change dynamics, followed by latest technology advancements. Hydropower plants capture the energy from hydropower. Released water from the tank or reservoir flows through a turbine, spinning the turbine, which activates the generator and produce electricity. Turbine changes the kinetic energy from hydropower into mechanical energy. Then a generator converts the mechanical energy from the turbine into electrical energy. It flows through the penstock inside of the dam because of Gravity. At the end of the penstock there is a turbine propeller, which is turned by the moving water. The shaft from the turbine goes up into the generator, which produces the power. A hydroelectric generator converts this mechanical energy into electricity.

Relevant Conferences:

2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal.

Track 17: Green Energy 

Green energy comprises natural energetic processes which will be controlled with minute pollution. Geothermic power, small-scale hydro-power, wave power, anaerobic digestion, periodic event power, solar power, wind power, biomass power, and a few styles of atomic power fits to the green energy. Some explanations may embody power resulting from the combustion of waste. In numerous countries with electricity marketing arrangements, business concern arrangements make it possible for customers to buy green electricity from a green power supplier or either their utility. As soon as the energy is purchased from the electricity network, the capability reaching the buyer won't basically be generated from Green energy sources. State power pool, utility, or the native utility company buys their electricity from electricity producers. World Health Organization could also be generating from nuclear, fuel or renewable energy sources. In some countries, Green energy currently provides a really bit of electricity. Green energy clients either obligates the utility corporations to outspread the quantity of green energy that they can purchase the green energy from direct fund through a green power supplier.

Relevant Conferences:

12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom.

Track 18: Photovoltaic System

Solar photovoltaic (PV) modules are one kind of device where the electricity gets generated, but there are only one of the many parts in a complete photovoltaic (PV) system. For the generated electricity to be useful in a business or home, a few other technologies must be in place. A photovoltaic system, also known as solar power system or PV system, is a power system designed to stream usable solar power by means of photovoltaics. Solar cells translate sunlight directly into electricity. After sunlight is absorbed by these materials, the solar energy hits electrons loose from their atoms, letting the electrons to move through the material to produce electricity. Thin film solar cells, using layers of semiconductor materials, only a few micro-meters thick. Numerous connected PV arrays can afford enough power for a household; for industrial applications, or large electric utility hundreds of arrays can be interconnected to form a single, large PV system.

Relevant Conferences:

2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom;

Track 19: Energy Materials 

Growing energy needs of the country require improved efforts on developing materials and technologies which focuses on energy generation, energy harvesting, energy conversion and energy storage. Energy materials within the earlier meant high energy explosive materials utilized in detonation and alternative energy storage applications. Such energy cannot be regulated for long period. Currently energy materials embody wide selection of advanced and novel materials for the generation and storage of electric power. Energy Materials includes batteries, photovoltaics, fuel cells, super capacitors, thermoelectrics, hydrogen technologies, solar power technologies, photocatalysis, piezoelectric materials and magnetic refrigeration. Energy generation, management and distribution are the quickest evolving industries of recent times. The demand to develop parts and sub-assemblies for novel product across the energy sector is increasing. Analysis in Production of electricity from piezoelectric materials, Biomass, photo chemistry is studied widely in several universities.

Relevant Conferences:

2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy.

Track 20: Electromagnetism

Electromagnetism is a subdivision of physics which deals with magnetism and electricity and the interface between them. It was first discovered in the 19th century and has wide application in today's world of physics. Electromagnetism is mainly the science of electromagnetic fields. An electromagnetic field is the field formed by objects that are charged electrically, Infrared waves, Radio waves, Ultraviolet waves and x-rays are all electromagnetic fields in a certain range of frequency. Electricity is formed by the changing of magnetic field. The sensation is also called "electromagnetic induction." Similarly the magnetic field is created by the motion of electric charges.
 

Relevant Conferences:

World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom.

Track 21: Clean Energy

Most of our electrical energy comes from power stations that use fossil fuels like oil and coal. The power stations burn the fossil fuels to produce electricity and also produces greenhouse gas, including methane and carbon dioxide. Therefore, they are the dirty sources of energy. The greenhouse gases are causing the Earth's atmosphere to warm, which will cause the climate to change. It is understood that this will create more extreme weather, threaten the habitat of all living things, and the spread of diseases. Gas, oil and coal are non-renewable sources of energy as we can only use what is available. We have already found ways to tap into the sun energy, waves and water. These sources of energy produce only tiny amounts of greenhouse gas once operating, that's clean energy. They are also renewable, means they can be used repeatedly. wind, Solar and water are examples of clean energy sources. Humans are using the energy of the wind for centuries. Windmills have been used to pump water and mill wheat. Now a days we use huge wind turbines and set them together in wind farms to harness the energy of the wind or to produce the electricity.

Relevant Conferences:

7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France.

Track 22: Nuclear Energy

The nuclear energy currently providing a significant amount of the world's electricity. Not so well known are the many other ways the peaceful atom has slipped quietly into our lives, often unannounced and in many cases unappreciated. Radiation and radioisotopes have many applications in medicine, agriculture, research and industry. Day by day they are improving the quality of our lives. Nuclear energy, stays in the nucleus of an atom. Atoms are so small particles that make up every single object in the universe. There is massive energy in the bonds that hold atoms. Nuclear energy can be used to produce electricity. But initial the energy must be released. Energy can be released in two ways: nuclear fission and nuclear fusion. In nuclear fission, atoms are divided to form smaller atoms, discharging energy. Nuclear power plants use nuclear fission to produce current. In nuclear fusion, energy is released when atoms are fused or joint together to form a greater atom. In this way, the sun produces energy.

Relevant Conferences:

11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo, July 02-04, 2018 Berlin, Germany; 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference, March 13-15, 2018 Messe Düsseldorf, Germany; 20th International Conference on Hydropower Technologies, January 18 - 19, 2018 London, United Kingdom; World Sustainable Energy Days, February 28-March 2, 2018 Wels, Austria; 2018 Power Systems Computation Conference, June 11 - 15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland; 3rd International Conference on Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, September 10-11, 2018 London, UK; 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, March 16-18, 2018 Madeira, Portugal; 15th Annual Congress on Materials Research and Technology, February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France; 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation, September 26–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics, December 11-12,2017 Rome, Italy; 2nd World Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy, June 14-15, 2018 London, U.K; 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics, August 24-25, 2018 Tokyo, Japan.

Market Analysis

Summary:

Power Engineering 2018 is the platform to gain and share the knowledge in the new technological developments in the fields of power engineering, Energy Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Mechanical Engineering. This conference brings together Professors, Researchers, Scientists, Engineers, Technologist and Practitioners in all the areas of Power and Energy Engineering and provides an international forum for the spreading of approved research results, new ideas and practical developments. We are honoured to invite you all to attend and register for the “3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering”, which is going to be held during June 18-19, 2018 in Rome, Italy.

The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the prestigious conference Power Engineering 2018, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Power Engineering 2018 organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Rome, Italy.

Importance & Scope:

Power and Energy Engineering is significant for modern society to function well. Renewable power production and new energy saving apparatus are undergoing a fast development process to deal with environmental issues like global warming. In the future, civilization will be forced to research and develop alternative energy sources. Our current rate of fossil fuel usage will lead to an energy crisis this century. To survive the energy crisis many companies in the energy industry are inventing new ways to extract energy from renewable sources. While the rate of development is slow, mainstream awareness and government pressures are growing. We need more non-polluting energy systems like wind power and the use of electric cars for transportation, to reduce CO2 emissions and create a cleaner environment. Electricity from the atmosphere will be an alternative energy source for the future. To save our world we need to use non-polluting energy sources to produce energy.

The topics to be covered by Power and Energy Engineering include, but are not limited to:

  1. Alternative energies

  2. Smart electric power alliance

  3. Hybrid energy systems

  4. Hydroelectric energy

  5. Geothermal energy

  6. Hydrogen energy

  7. Photovoltaic power

  8. Solar photovoltaics

  9. Solar thermal

  10. Solar heating and cooling

  11. Solar electric

  12. Solar panel

  13. Solar battery storage

  14. Solar tower technology

  15. Flexible photovoltaic technology

  16. Wind energy innovations

  17. Impact of wind energy on environment

  18. Wind turbine technology

  19. Gasification of biomass and waste

  20. Energy from biogas

  21. Climate change effects of biomass and bioenergy systems

  22. Biodiesel

  23. Advanced biofuels

  24. Bioenergy benefits

  25. Green economy

  26. Large-scale integration of distributed energy resources

  27. Electrical vehicles, grid to vehicle (g2v) and vehicle to grid (v2g)

  28. Innovations and advances in nuclear technologies

  29. Challenges in developing nuclear power infrastructure

  30. Nuclear fusion power

  31. Nuclear power plant

  32. Life cycle of nuclear fuel

  33. Nuclear proliferation

  34. Nuclear decommissioning

  35. Lithium ion cells

  36. Beyond and beside lithium-ion technology

  37. Battery systems

  38. Production and recycling of battery systems and cells

  39. Next generation of voltage based battery fuel gauges

  40. New battery technologies

  41. Fuel cell and battery testing

  42. Hydrogen storage and transport

  43. Fuel cells

  44. Type of fuel cells

  45. Development of fuel cells

  46. Photovoltaic systems

  47. CPV system

  48. Advancement of photovoltaic system

  49. Types of photovoltaic system and technology

  50. Grid-connected photovoltaic system

  51. Photovoltaic hybrid system

  52. Hydropower development strategy

  53. Analysis of current & future market condition hydropower

  54. Energy materials

  55. Power energy market

  56. Market power and market strategies

  57. Regulation of transmission and distribution systems

  58. Innovative power generation technologies

Why Rome:

Rome is the capital of Italy and the largest and most populous city in the country. It covers an area of 1,285 square kilometres and has nearly 3 million residents. Roma is also the largest of the 8,101 communes in Italy.

Rome, the “eternal city”, is so called because it is a place of great beauty, contrast and life. Rome is an eclectic city: the religious world centre of Catholic Church, the fabulous ruins of the centre of the Roman Empire, and modern, bustling Rome. All three seem incongruous, yet they live inside and beside each other with great ease. 

Rome is a major EU and international financial, cultural and a business centre. Rome's trade is 0.001% of world economic trade. With a 2005 GDP of €94.376 billion (US$121.5 billion), the city produces 6.7% of the national GDP after Milan which provides 10%, and its unemployment rate, lowered from 11.1% to 6.5% between 2001 and 2005, is now one of the lowest rates of all the European Union capital cities. Rome grows +4.4% annually and continues to grow at a higher rate in comparison to any other city in the rest of the country. This means that were Rome a country, it would be the world's 52nd richest country by GDP, near to the size to that of Egypt. Rome also had a 2003 GDP per capita of €29,153 (US$39,412), which was second in Italy, (after Milan), and is more than 134.1% of the EU average GDP per capita. Also, Rome hosts the head offices of the vast majority of the major Italian companies and corporations, as well as the headquarters of 3 of the world's 100 largest companies: Enel, Eni, and Telecom Italia.

The economy of Rome is characterized by the absence of heavy industry, but commercial activities especially banking and the development of tourism are extremely important to its economy. Universities, national radio and television and the movie industry in Rome are also important parts of the economy. A phenomenon particular to Rome is the widespread incidence of double employment, people working two jobs. About 25% of the people work in a public sector in Rome. From them Government 45,1 %, Local Board 12,6%, Public Sanity 12,5%, Cultural and sportive board 7,1%, Economic board 6,9%, Social security agency 5,5%, Other 10,3%. Where about 73% of the people work in a private sector in Rome. From them Limited Company 28,3%, Limited liability Company 23,55%, One-man, Company 20,5%, Other forms 16,9%, General partnership 7,9%, Co-operations 2,4%.

Major Associations around the Globe:

  1. Agency for Non-Conventional Energy and Rural Technology

  2. American Council on Renewable Energy

  3. American Solar Energy Society

  4. Clean Energy Business Council 

  5. Danish Organisation for Renewable Energy

  6. Environmental and Energy Study Institute

  7. Green Power Forum

  8. International Network for Sustainable Energy

  9. Geothermal Energy Association

  10. Iceland Geothermal

  11. World Bioenergy Association

  12. Biomass Thermal Energy Council

  13. International Hydropower Association

  14. International Solar Energy Society

  15. Solar Energy Industries Association 

  16. American Wind Energy Association

  17. European Wind Energy Association

  18. Global Wind Energy Council

  19. Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology

  20. Brazilian Electrical and Electronics Industry Association

  21. Electric Power Research Institute

  22. The Russian Union of Engineers

  23. Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering

Major companies associated with power and energy engineering:

  1. Bechtel Group

  2. BICC Group

  3. General Electric Co.

  4. AC Gentrol, Inc

  5. Advanced Testing Systems, Inc.

  6. Alstom Energy

  7. American Environmental International, Inc.

  8. American Superconductor Corp.

  9. Applied Engineering/UETM

  10. Asea Brown Boveri (ABB)

  11. Baylor Company

  12. Beckwith Electric Co. Inc.

  13. Besicorp Group

  14. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)

  15. Burlington Electrical Testing Co.

  16. Cannon Technologies, Inc

  17. Commonwealth Associates, Inc.

  18. Con-Tech Power Systems, Inc.

  19. Consolidated Power Consultants

  20. Consolidated Restoration Systems, Inc.

  21. Cooper Power Systems

  22. Crompton Greaves L

  23. Davis Energy Group, Inc.

  24. DCG/EPRI EMTP96

  25. Diversified Technlogies, Inc. (DTI)

  26. DYNEX

  27. E Squared Power Systems - Lakewood, CO

  28. Electricity Forum

  29. Electro-Optical Products Corporation

  30. Electrocon International, Inc. (EII)

  31. Electrotek Concepts

  32. Elektro Bau AG

  33. Elektromatik Power Generation AB

  34. Empire State Electric Energy Research Corporation

  35. Energopetrol

  36. Everson Electric

  37. F.G. Wilson Engineering Ltd

  38. Foster Steam Turbine Consultants Ltd.

  39. Gausman & Moore Associates, Inc

  40. GDS Associates

Universities in Rome:

  1. University of Rome Tor Vergata

  2. Sapienza University of Rome

  3. Roma Tre University

  4. LUISS Guido Carli

  5. Università degli Studi Niccolò Cusano

  6. Marconi University

  7. Università di Roma LUMSA

  8. Università telematica internazionale Uninettuno

  9. John Cabot University

  10. Università Campus Bio-Medico

  11. Pontifical Gregorian University

  12. American University of Rome

  13. Pontifical University Antonianum

  14. University of International Studies of Rome

  15. Link Campus University

Universities in Italy:

  1. Università degli Studi di Bologna

  2. Politecnico di Milano

  3. Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza

  4. Università degli Studi di Padova

  5. Università degli Studi di Milano

  6. Università degli Studi di Pisa

  7. Politecnico di Torino

  8. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

  9. Università degli Studi di Torino

  10. Università degli Studi di Firenze

  11. Università degli Studi di Genova

  12. Università degli Studi di Trento

  13. Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia

  14. Università degli Studi di Catania

  15. Università degli Studi Roma Tre

  16. Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

  17. Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

  18. Università degli Studi di Siena

  19. Università degli Studi di Parma

  20. Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale

Universities in Europe:

  1. University of Oxford

  2. University of Cambridge

  3. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

  4. University College London

  5. The University of Edinburgh

  6. Universität Wien

  7. The University of Manchester

  8. The London School of Economics and Political Science

  9. University of Leeds

  10. University of Glasgow

  11. Universitat de Barcelona

  12. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

  13. University of Southampton

  14. Freie Universität Berlin

  15. Imperial College London

  16. The University of Warwick

  17. Universitetet i Oslo

  18. The University of Nottingham

  19. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

  20. Helsingin yliopisto

  21. Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  22. Technische Universität München

  23. Technische Universiteit Delft

  24. Newcastle University

  25. King's College London

Market in Italy:

Since the last in-depth review in 2009, Italy has made strong progress in the development and implementation of energy policy. The most notable improvement has been the development and implementation of a comprehensive long-term energy strategy.

The publication of the National Energy Strategy in 2013 sent a strong signal to stakeholders as to the government’s medium- and long-term objectives for the energy sector. It established clear goals: reduce energy costs, meet environmental targets, strengthen security of energy supply and foster sustainable economic growth. Nonetheless, the adoption of the Strategy is only a first step towards achieving the government’s ambitions. Monitoring implementation and maintaining momentum will present a challenge for the government.

Italy has experienced impressive growth in the renewable energy sector and has been successful in integrating large volumes of variable renewable generation. Containing costs is a priority, and policies need to focus on bringing deployment costs towards international benchmarks. Italy remains one of the most important international markets for renewable technologies.  In 2015 40.5% of the total electrical production in Italy came from renewable sources, including hydroelectric power, and approximately 34% of the country’s demand for electricity was satisfied by renewables.  Overall renewable power sources installed in Italy in 2015 totalled 50.3 GW, 30GW of which were installed after 2008.  Hydroelectric plants and solar plants make up about a third each of total renewable plants present in Italy, while the remainder consists of wind, biomass and geothermal plants.   Operation and maintenance services related to the renewable power plants installed in Italy in 2015 generated revenue of € 960 million (approx. $1.05bn).  However, in 2015 only 890MW of new renewable power were installed in Italy (almost half consisting of wind farms) and investments amounted to €2 million, a noticeable drop compared to investments in the 2010-2013 period.  There was a significant drop in the installation of new mid-size plants.  However, overall installations in 2015 grew by 35% compared to 2014, and activity in the sector has generally resumed.

Market in Europe:

The European Commission publishes regular market analysis reports on European gas and electricity markets and energy prices and costs in Europe. The quarterly reports analyse the main factors behind price and volume evolutions on the market and they analyse gas and electricity market interactions between countries.

In 2016 the European Commission published the second report on energy prices and costs in Europe. The report finds that wholesale energy prices and retail petroleum products prices have fallen in recent years although most retail electricity and gas prices have not dropped.

The fall in prices of internationally traded energy commodities (most notably crude oil, which fell by 60% since 2014) has reduced the EU’s energy import bill by 35% since 2013.

Wholesale gas prices have fallen by 50% since 2013 – driven by weaker global demand for energy, an increase in supply of US shale gas and better access to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in Europe, as well as lower oil-indexed gas prices. Wholesale electricity prices reached their lowest levels for 12 years in 2016. These falls were accompanied by an increasing convergence in prices across Europe, which shows that the EU’s internal energy market is working, although improvements can be made.

Electricity and gas retail prices have not fallen due to rises in network charges, taxes and levies needed to finance investments and policies for enabling the transition to a low carbon economy as well as to gather public revenues. Electricity retail prices have risen by about 3% per year since 2008 and gas prices by 2%.

This meant households expenditure on energy (excluding transport fuels) increased to 5.8% of total household expenditure, up from 5.3% in 2008. The poorer households were the most affected, their energy expenditure rose faster and reached 8.6% in 2014.

Energy costs for businesses constitute less than 2% of production costs on average although for energy intensive industries they can reach up to 40%. The energy costs can be even higher for specific industrial segments shaping their competitiveness. Between 2008 and 2014, energy cost shares decreased in most EU energy intensive industry sectors analysed and total energy costs decreased in all sectors.

Finally, energy taxes - in particular excise duties on petroleum products - continue to be an important and stable source of revenue for the EU countries (on average nearly 5% of their total tax revenue). In 2014 national governments collected €263 billion (1.88 % of EU GDP) through energy taxation.

Market Over the World:

The global energy landscape is changing. Traditional centres of demand are being overtaken by fast-growing emerging markets. The energy mix is shifting, driven by technological improvements and environmental concerns. More than ever, our industry needs to adapt to meet those changing energy needs. The world will need greatly increased energy supply in the future, especially cleanly-generated electricity. Electricity demand is increasing twice as fast as overall energy use and is likely to rise by more than two-thirds 2011 to 2035. In 2012, 42% of primary energy used was converted into electricity. Nuclear power provides about 11% of the world's electricity, and 21% of electricity in OECD countries. All major international reports on energy future suggest an increasing role for nuclear power as an environmentally benign way of producing reliable electricity on a large scale. Renewable energy sources such as solar and wind are costly per unit of output and are intermittent but can be helpful at the margin in providing clean power.

Apart from increased electricity demand in the future, clean air is vital. About seven million people die prematurely each year because of air pollution, many of these either from industrial sources such as power generation or from indoor air pollution which could be averted by electricity use. The World Health Organization (WHO) said that low- and middle-income countries in the WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific regions had the largest air pollution-related burden in 2012, with a total of 3.3 million deaths linked to indoor air pollution and 2.6 million deaths related to outdoor air pollution. Worldwide, WHO estimates indoor air pollution was linked to 4.3 million deaths in 2012 in households cooking over coal, wood and biomass stoves.

With the United Nations predicting world population growth from 7.3 billion today to 9.2 billion by 2040, demand for energy must increase substantially over that period. Both population growth and increasing standards of living for many people in developing countries will cause strong growth in energy demand, as outlined above. Over 70% of the increased energy demand is from developing countries, led by China and India. China has already overtaken the USA as the world’s largest energy consumer, and by 2040 it is expected to use nearly twice as much energy as the USA. Superimposed on this, the UN Population Division projects an ongoing trend of urbanisation, from 52% in 2011 to 62% in 2035 and reaching 70% worldwide by 2050, enabling world population to stabilize at about 9 billion with better food supply, clean water, sanitation, health, education and communication facilities.

Coal is not limited globally, but large amounts need to be moved from where it is plentiful to where it is needed, mainly for power generation. This has both economic and carbon emission implications (apart from burning it). Natural gas is abundant and increasingly traded over long distances, with supplies in several countries increasing due to technology enabling access to gas in shale beds. Oil is more limited, though here too production has increased due to fracking. It is of unique value for transport.

The annual World Energy Outlook from the OECD's International Energy Agency (IEA) sets out the current situation and also presents current policies, new policies, and carbon reduction (‘450’) scenarios. In World Energy Outlook 2013, from 2000 to 2010 total world primary energy demand grew by 26%, and electricity growth is about double this. Electricity demand almost doubled from 1990 to 2011, and is projected to grow 81% from 2011 to 2035 (from 19,004 TWh to 34,454 TWh) in the Current Policies scenario, and 69% (to 32,150 TWh) in the central New Policies scenario. Increased electricity demand is most dramatic in Asia, projected to average 4.0% or 3.6% per year respectively to 2035. Currently some two billion people have no access to electricity, and it is a high priority to address this lack. Electricity Information annually from the same source gives the latest available data on world electricity generation and its fuels.

In the World Energy Outlook 2016 New Policies scenario, there are many changes ahead. While coal-fired power generation doubled in the 20 years to 2014, growth in coal use will slow down, with a projected 5.5% increase in demand to 2040. Coal’s share of electricity production is expected to drop from 41% today to 28% in 2040, except in the WEO 450 scenario where it drops to 7%. The nuclear share increases only slightly to 12%, though in the WEO 450 scenario it becomes 18% of the total. (The nuclear industry's goal is for nuclear power to provide 25% of electricity by 2050.) The contribution of gas increases only slightly, from 22% today to 23% in 2040. However, there is a huge increase in the contribution from non-hydro renewables, from 6% today to 21% in 2040, and in the 450 scenarios it becomes 38%. The hydro share stays at 16% in New Policies but rises to 20% in the 450 scenarios.

Past Conference Report

Power Engineering 2017

2nd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering was organized by Conference Series LLC in Munich, Germany during July 17-18, 2017. The conference was focused on the theme Addressing the Revolution on Power Generation Technologies”. We have received tremendous response from around 35 countries from scientists, researchers, students, directors, head of the department and leaders from the fields of Power and Energy Engineering, whose commitment and support has made this event successful.

The conference was carried out through various scientific sessions, plenary talks and symposia. The conference has covered the following scientific tracks:

  • Power Engineering
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Systems
  • Power Generation Technologies
  • Power Transmission and Distribution
  • Smart Grid Technologies
  • Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Sources
  • Energy Storage System and Technologies
  • Energy Economics and Energy Policy
  • Sustainability
  • Battery, Fuel Cells and Combustion Technologies
  • Advanced Energy Technologies
  • Solar Energy and Wind Power

Power Engineering 2017 would like to thank our Moderator, Agnieszka IwanMilitary Institute of Engineer Technology, Poland for making this conference a grand success. 

We would sincerely thank our Keynote Speakers, OCMs, Honourable Guests who resplendently conducted their talks on Power and Energy Engineering:

  • Nasir El Bassam, IFEED, Germany
  • Tzu-Chen Hung, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
  • L Q Wang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Robert Schlögl, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Germany
  • Bin Zhu, Hubei University, P R China
  • Wanan Sheng, University College Cork, Ireland

The conference was started with opening ceremony which included introduction by the Honourable Guests and the Members of Keynote Forum. All the speakers have contributed to the exceptionally informative presentations and made the meeting an extraordinary Success. Conference Series LLC extends its gratitude towards all the participants, speakers, young researchers, delegates and students.

  • All accepted abstracts have been indexed in Conference Series LLC journal, Journal of Nuclear Energy Science & Power Generation Technology

After the huge response from scientific fraternity, renowned personalities across the world, we are pleased to announce the “3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering” to be held at Rome, ITALY during June 18-19, 2018.

We look forward to welcoming you to Power Engineering 2018

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Conference Date June 18-19, 2018

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