Solar & wind are drivers of the renewable energy market, representing 56 & 38% respectively of global renewable investment in 2015. Solar power (photovoltaic & thermal) is the fastest growing renewable energy technology, with 2015 investment increasing by 12% over the previous year. Wind-related investment grew at a more modest rate, registering 4% year-on-year growth. These investments are yielding large increases in renewable energy capacity worldwide. Installed renewable capacity approached 2 million MW in 2015, nearly double the level of 2006. Hydropower represents the largest share (61.3%) of renewable energy capacity, well surpassing the portions of wind (21.9%), solar (11.5%) & bioenergy (5.3%). The seminar is therefore very much essential for dissemination of knowledge and bringing awareness among engineers. The seminar is going to be attended by the practicing engineers, designers, experts & students. There will be an exhibition for demonstration of products from industry and R&D institutions. Program Structure 1. Overview of Developments in Renewable Energy - Current Trends & Future Prospects • Solar PV / Nano / Storage Materials • Wind Energy, Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion, Tidal power, Geo Thermal, Bio energy • Energy Conservation and Management • Computation Methods for Energy Modeling • Small Hydro Power • Hydrogen and Fuel Cells • Leveraging Renewable Energy for Electricity Needs of the Growing World Population • Computational Design and Realization of Functional Renewable Energy Materials 2. Renewable Energy in different sectors • Renewable Energy(RE) in Agriculture • RE Systems (RES) in Smart Cities • Power Devices & Driving Circuits for RES driving equipment / vehicles • RE sources for Electrical Vehicles and Components • Energy Savings for Vehicular Technology, Power Electronics, Electric Machinery & Control • RE Research & Applications for Industries 3. Renewable Energy System • Hybrid Renewable Energy system (RES) • New Trends and Technologies for RES • Energy Transformation from RES to Grid • Control Techniques for RES • Grid Interactive Systems Used in Hybrid RES • Performance Analysis of RES • Decision Support Systems for RES • Smart grids and Renewable Energy sources 4. Reliability & Maintenance in RE sources 5. Some Important aspects related to RE • Safety and Security of RE sources • Policies, Strategies for RES • Public Awareness & Education for RE and Systems • Future Challenges and Directions for RE sources
CALL FOR PAPERS Technical papers on the above themes and related topics are invited for presentation in the different sessions of the seminar. The authors should send two copies of extended abstract in IEEE template (not exceeding two A-4 size pages typed in 12pt., ‘Times New Roman’ font with double spacing) of their original works latest by 25th January 2018. Alternatively, papers can also be mailed on email@example.com
Registration Fees: IEI Members/ Students Chapter members Rs. Nil Research Scholars Rs. 300/- Non IEI Members Rs. 700/- Students Rs. 200/-
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