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Call for papers

The conference organizing committee invites researchers worldwide to submit papers and share the valuable experiences with the scientists from the world.
 

All accepted (Registered & Presented) papers of ICGEA 2017 will be published in th conference proceedings by IEEE, and reviewed by IEEE Xplore, Ei Compendex, and Scopus.
 

You are welcomed to download the conference CFP brochure

ICGEA 2017 scope covers, but not limited to, the following topics:

 

• Greening the Fossil Fuels
• Sustainable coal use and clean coal technologies
• Natural gas research and development
• Carbon and Methane capture, storage and utilization
• Renewable Energy for Power and Heat
• Green Power
• Wind energy
• Hydropower

• Energy and Water
• Energy and Health
• Solar thermal and photovoltaics
• Biomass
• Geothermal energy
• Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
• Power system economics, operation and control
• Microgrid and active distribution network management
• FACTS and HVDC controllers
• Protection, reliability, and restructuring of power systems
• Smart Grid and Renewable Energy Integration
• Transformation of power grids to smart grids
• Regulatory policies and program for implementation and control
• Energy storage and cyber security for smart grids
• Role and future of electric vehicles in smart grids
• Green Industrial Technology
• Green Energy in Transport
• Advance biofuel for a sustainable heavy-duty transport and aviation
• Biofuels in developing economies
• Hybrid vehicles and its integration
• Green Buildings and Infrastructures
• Energy efficiency in building designs and management
• Sustainable materials for buildings
• Integration of renewable energy sources in buildings
• Greening Urbanization and Urban Settlements
• Rapid urbanization and energy-environmental implications
• Settlement forms and functions and energy
• Low carbon city scenarios, plans and actions
• Green Policies and Programmes
• National bioenergy programmes: economic, political and social issues
• Bioenergy supply management strategies
• Mainstreaming low-carbon innovations
• MDGs and Green Energy
• Income generation with green energy
• Green energy and energy access
• Green energy and social benefits
• Increasing energy access with clean resources
• Rural Development through Green Energy
• Energy in food production and processing
• Green Energy Education and Training
 

 

 

 

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