Theme: A Sustainable path towards Energy and Fuels
Sustainable Energy 2020
On behalf of Organizing Committee, we would like to invite all the participants from all over the world to attend “Global Conference on Sustainable Energy and Fuels” during December 10-11, 2020 in Dubai, UAE, which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, and Exhibitions.
Sustainable Energy 2020 Conference gathers all the global leaders in Energy department to share their research at this exclusionary scientific program, The conference throws light on thought- annoying topics and recent research in the field of Sustainable Energy, Advanced Materials for Energy Storage, Generation and Transmission, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Energy Approaches, Biofuels and Bio-energy, Solar and Wind Energy, Hydro Power Generation, Marine Energy, Smart Grid Systems, Geothermal Energy and many more. The organizing committee is regulate up for an exciting and descriptive conference program along with inclusive 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 Sustainable Energy 2020 Conference, where you are sure to have a meaningful participation with scholars from around the world.
Theme: Powering our future with sustainable energy
Why to attend?
- All the accepted speaker abstracts will be published in the respective supporting journals and receive DOI provided by CrossRef.
- Global Networking: In transferring and exchanging Ideas.
- Networking with experts in your field.
- Expert Forums.
- Career Development Sessions.
- Best Poster Awards.
- Workshops and Exhibitions
1. Sustainable Energy: Sustainable energy is a form of electricity that meets our today’s call for of power without setting them in danger of getting expired or depleted and can be used time and again once more.
- The sun is all we need.
- Fossil fuels get more subsidies.
- Water wheels were once used to generate power.
- Fossil fuels get more subsidies.
- Costa Rica went entirely renewable.
2. Fossil fuels and Nuclear Energy: Fossil fuel is a term used to describe a set of energy resources that have been formed while ancient plants and organisms had been subjected to severe heat and pressure over thousands and thousands of years. An energy supply that has zero emissions provides electrical energy round-the-clock and propels our society into the future.
- CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion
- Enhanced Oil Recovery
- Natural Gas
- Unconventional Oil & Gas
3. Renewable Energy Resources: Renewable energy is energy from sources which are evidently replenishing and float-restricted. They’re sincerely inexhaustible in duration but limited in the quantity of energy this is available consistent with unit of time.
- Renewable Fuels
- Solar Thermal
4. Biomass energy: Biomass is natural fabric that comes from plants and animals, and it's far a renewable source of strength. Biomass includes saved energy from the sun. Plant life soak up the solar's strength in a technique called photosynthesis. While biomass is burned, the chemical power in biomass is released as heat. Biomass may be burned directly or converted to liquid biofuels or biogas that may be burned as fuels.
- Biomass is always available and can be produced as a renewable resource
- Biomass fuel from agriculture wastes maybe a secondary product that adds value to agricultural crop
- Growing Biomass crops produce oxygen and use up carbon dioxide
- The use of waste materials reduce landfill disposal and makes more space for everything else
- Carbon Dioxide which is released when Biomass fuel is burned, is taken in by plants
- Less money spent on foreign oil.
5. Biofuel Energy: Biofuel is extracted or produced from renewable resources. Biofuels performs like normal fossil fuel.
- It causes less air pollution when compared to the normal diesel fuel.
- It is biodegradable fuel hence reduce the soil contamination and also underground water contamination
- Biofuel is more expensive than normal fuel.
- Biofuel as fossil fuels cannot be transported using pipelines.
- 6. Solar Energy: Solar energy is any type of energy generated by the sun. Solar energy is created by nuclear fusion that takes place in the sun. Fusion occurs when protons of hydrogen atoms violently collide in the sun’s core and fuse to create a helium atom.
7. Solar Systems Integration: The Systems Integration program of the Solar Energy Technologies Office aims to address the technical and operational challenges associated with connecting solar energy to the electricity grid.
8. Solar cell: Solar cells can be arranged into large groupings called arrays. These arrays, composed of many thousands of individual cells, can function as central electric power stations, converting sunlight into electrical energy for distribution to industrial, commercial, and residential users. Solar cells in much smaller configurations, commonly referred to as solar cell panels or simply solar panels, have been installed by homeowners on their rooftops to replace or augment their conventional electric supply.
- Solar panels produce electricity by transforming the continuous flow of energy from the sun to electricity
- No harmful emissions are released into the air when electricity is produced by solar panels
- The photovoltaic process that transforms sunlight into electricity doesn’t require any fuel and has no variable costs
Hydroelectricity is strength made by mills which can be pushed by way of movement of water. It also includes made with dams that block a river to make a reservoir or accumulate water that is pumped there. While the water is released, the stress behind the dam forces the water down pipes that cause a turbine. This causes the turbine to turn, which turns a generator which makes strength.
- The lake that forms behind the dam can be used for water sports and leisure pleasure activities
- Once a dam is constructed, electricity can be produced at a constant rate
- If electricity is not needed, the sluice gates can be shut; stopping electricity generation the water can be saved for use another time when electricity demand is high
- Dams are designed to last many decades and so can contribute to the generation of electricity for many years’ decades.
11. Wind Energy
The wind is a clean, unfastened, and readily available renewable energy supply. Every day, round the world, wind turbines are capturing the wind’s energy and changing it to electricity. This source of energy era performs a more and more critical role within the manner we power our world.
- The wind is a clean, free, and readily available renewable energy source.
- Wind power is cost-effective
- Wind is a domestic source of energy
- Wind turbines can be built on existing farms or ranches
- This source of power generation plays an increasingly important role in the way we power our world.
12. Thermal and Wave Energy:
Wave and tidal energy harvesting has been round for a few many years. However it has been most effective in recent years that it has started out to turn out to be more realistic because of increase in studies and technology. A few speculates that wave and tidal energy can supply at least 10 percentage of the sector's electricity consumption.
- It is an inexhaustible source of energy
- Tidal energy is environment friendly energy
- As 71 of Earth’s surface is covered by water, there is scope to generate this energy on large scale
- Tidal Energy doesn’t require any kind of fuel to run
- The life of tidal energy power plant is very long
13. Geothermal Energy: Geothermal Energy underground reservoirs of steam and hot water may be tapped to generate electricity or to heat and cool buildings at once. It has been used for heaps of years in a few countries for cooking and heating. It’s simply power derived from the Earth’s internal heat.
- Geothermal Is a Reliable Source of Renewable Energy
- Geothermal Energy Sourcing Is Good for the Environment
- High efficiency of geothermal system
- High investment costs for geothermal system
14. Geothermal Power Generation System : Underground reservoirs of steam and hot water may be tapped to generate electricity or to heat and cool buildings at once. It has been used for heaps of years in a few countries for cooking and heating. It’s simply power derived from the Earth’s internal heat.
15. Energy Transformation:
Power transfer is the motion of power from one region to some other. For example, when electricity movements from a wall plug, via a charger, to a battery. energy transformation is when electricity modifications from one form to some other – like in a hydroelectric dam that transforms the kinetic energy of water into electrical energy. While energy may be transferred or transformed, the whole quantity of power does not change – this is known as energy conservation.
- Traditional and Nuclear Power plants convert thermal energy to mechanical energy to electrical energy.
- The release of stored energy from the various fuels to create the thermal energy in the first place.
- Photovoltaic (solar) cells convert radiant light energy into electrical energy.
- Hydroelectric converts potential energy to mechanical to electrical energy.
16. Electrostatic Storage: A storage in which information is retained as the presence or absence of electrostatic costs at precise spot locations, typically on the screen of a special type of cathode-ray tube called a storage tube. Additionally referred to as electrostatic memory.
- Stochastic power generation
- Thermo-mechanical electricity storage
- Storage in distributed generation system
- Thermal and chemical energy storage
- Grid storage and flexibility
17. Electric Power Systems: The electricity gadget is a community which is composed technology, distribution and transmission machine. It makes use of the form of energy (like coal and diesel) and converts it into electric energy. The power system consists of the gadgets related to the system just like the synchronous generator, motor, transformer, circuit breaker, conductor, and so on.
- Reduced Plant Reserved Capacity.
- Increased Reliability of Supply.
- Increased Effective Capacity of Power System.
- Reduced Capital Costs.
18. Nuclear Power:
- Nuclear power uses fission splitting atom nuclei to produce energy
- Nuclear fusion joining atom nuclei also has potential for energy production
- Around 6 of the world energy and 14 of the world’s electricity is produced by nuclear power
- There are over 400 nuclear power reactors in use around the world
19. Environmental impacts on Sustainable Energy:
All energy sources have some impact on our environment. Fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—do substantially more harm than renewable energy sources by most measures, including air and water pollution, damage to public health, wildlife and habitat loss, water use, land use, and global warming emissions.
- Air Quality
- Integrated Modelling
- Land Use
20. Renewable Energy Technologies:
- Renewable energy technologies allow us to create power, heat and gasoline from renewable sources. Sun, wind, hydro, wave, warmth-trade, tidal, wave and bioenergy technology are all powered with the aid of the solar, directly or indirectly.
- Renewable energy technologies enable us to create electricity, heat and fuel from renewable sources.
- Solar, wind, hydro, wave, heat-exchange, tidal, wave and bioenergy technologies are all powered by the sun, directly or indirectly.
- Bioenergy technologies allow us to convert the solar energy stored in plants, food wastes, farm wastes, forest wastes, sewage, and algae into heat, electricity and fuel, using a variety of approaches.
21. Green Energy and Green Power:
- Green power represents all of the clean sources of power which might be generated the use of the natural source of energy available on earth, that are friendly with environment liberating zero emissions and are also renewable. The green resources of electricity on planet Earth are produced by using nature or by way of the sun, so they're renewable and sustainable because they in no way run out.
- Green energy is competitive with other energy sources. Many types of green energy systems, like solar panels and wind turbines, are cheaper than they’ve ever been, and can help protect consumers from rising electricity rates.
- Green energy currently provides 22% of the world’s electricity. According to the Renewables 2014 Global Status Report, 22.1% of the world’s electricity was generated by green energy sources in 2013.
22. ENERGY STORAGE & GRID MODERNIZATION:
Researchers across campus are seeking new solutions to the challenge of storing and transmitting renewable energy on the electric grid. In 2016, Stanford launched Bits & Watts, a research initiative focused on innovations for the 21st century electric grid. Most electricity delivered by utilities is produced at power plants fuelled by natural gas, coal, uranium, hydro or geothermal.
23. Other Related topics:
The global renewable energy market was valued at $928.0 Billion in 2017, and is expected to reach $1,512.3 Billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 6.1% from 2018 to 2025. Renewable energy skills convert the energy from different natural causes such as sun, tides, wind and others, into its usable forms such as electricity.
The renewable energy market is expected to witness substantial growth owing to climate change and volatile nature of fossil fuels. In addition, increase in reserves in developing countries by the key players to reinforce their presence in the market is also fueling the renewable energy market. Furthermore, there is significant increase in R&D activities in the renewable energy industry. The aim is to improve system solutions and increase efficiency along with less production and operation costs. The cost-effective and efficient nature of renewable energy technologies boosts the market during the forecast period.
Renewable energy has advance d rapidly in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries since 2014. The project pipeline reached almost 7 gig watts (GW) of new power generation capacity by 2018, after record breaking bids in renewable energy auctions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia made solar power cost-competitive with conventional energy technologies.
This report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) explores the prospects for renewables to diversify both national economies and the combined GCC energy mix, while also helping the region meet climate commitments and contribute to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Lavish resources, together with strong enabling frameworks have led to solar PV prices of below 3 cents (USD 0.03) per kilowatt hour and notice able concentrated solar power (CSP) of 7.3 cents per kilowatt hour, which is less than some utilities in the region pay for natural gas.
Why to attend?
With members from around the world resolute on the ground of Wind Energy; this is your single best chance to reach the largest assembly of participants from the global energy sector Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential turbines traders, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 3-days event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in Wind energy fields are hallmarks of this conference. Conference brings together experts, researchers, scholars and students from all areas of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Control Engineering, Mechanics and other related areas, Wind energy associations, Turbine traders, generating and planning professionals, Developers, Contractors, planning and Design, Consultancy, Turbines and controllers manufacturers.
Green Energy 2018
4th International Conference Green Energy and Expo was hosted by the Conference Series in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA during November 06-08, 2017. The conference was focused on the theme, “Renewable Energy for a Sustainable World.” and facilitated by the Conference Series. Liberal reaction and cooperation was received from the Editorial Board Members of Conference Series Journals, Green Energy 2017 Organizing Committee Members and researchers, analysts and pioneers in renewable energy and environmental sciences.
The conference was started by the Keynote Forum and we are pleased to thank all our Keynote Speakers, Honorable Guests, Speakers and Conference Attendees for creating a successful meeting.
The conference has encrusted through the following sessions:
- Renewable Energy
- Green Technology
- Energy and Environment
- Energy storage & conservation
- Sustainable Energy Policies
- Green Economy
- Smart Grid
- Climate Mitigation to Renewable Energy
- Materials for Energy and Environmental Sustainability
We would like to specially mention our Keynote Speakers who participated very enthusiastically and actively:
- Babu Joseph, University of South Florida & T2C-Energy, LLC., USA
- Erfan Ibrahim, NREL, USA
- Mike G Hart, Sierra Energy, USA
- Hisakazu Okamura, Asia University, Japan
- Merritt T Cooke, China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, USA
- Ginu Joseph, Modern Plastics India, India
- Ann T W Yu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
- Daniel Ikhu-Omoregbe, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
The speakers gave their productive commitment as exceptionally enlightening presentations and made the meeting an extraordinary achievement.
We thank all the members who supported the conference by encouraging the healthy discussions. Conference Series expresses gratitude to the Organizing Committee Members for their generous response, support and help towards Green Energy 2017
After the immense idealistic reaction from logical crew, prestigious identities and the Editorial Board Members from Conference Series, we are pleased to announce our forth coming conference “6th International Conference Green Energy and Expo" to be held in Toronto, Canada during August 29-31, 2018.
We anticipate your precious presence at the Green Energy 2018 Conference.
- Sustainable Energy
- Fossil fuels and Nuclear Energy
- Renewable Energy Resources
- Biomass energy
- Biofuel Energy
- Solar Energy
- Solar cell
- Solar power
- Wind Energy
- Thermal and Wave Energy
- Geothermal Energy
- Energy Transformation
- Electrostatic Storage
- Electric Power Systems
- Nuclear Power
- Environmental impacts on Sustainable Energy
- Renewable Energy Technologies
- Green Energy and Green Power
- ENERGY STORAGE & GRID MODERNIZATION
- Other Related topics
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All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Our International Journals.
- Advances in Recycling & Waste Management
- Innovative Energy & Research
- ISSN: 2090-4541 Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications
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