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This theme covers topics closely related to Renewable Energy sources, applications, management, and economics as seen by Renewable Energy specialists. It seeks to discuss current Renewable Energy sources and state-of-the-art in Renewable Energy processes and systems technologies. It also discusses future trends for developing cost-effective Renewable Energy sources for essential applications and high power consumption systems. It also explores new concepts, means, and methodologies for developing efficient Renewable Energy system management and financing.
This track seeks to promote and disseminate knowledge of various sources and technologies of Renewable Energy. It aims at assisting academicians, researchers, professionals, decision makers, economists, manufacturers, world agencies and societies to keep abreast of new developments in their specialist fields, and to work together to find alternative energy sources and solutions. The track encompasses the following topics: solar and photovoltaic technology conversion, osmotic energy, wind energy, geothermal, tidal, wave, and ocean thermal energies, hydropower and hydrogen production technology, bio-mass and bio-fuel conversion.
This track discusses the applications of Renewable Energy in essential and high power consumption applications, such as electricity generation, water desalination, water heating and cooling, and air-conditioning. Furthermore, it discusses transmission and grid integration as they are key ingredients for the continued growth of the Renewable Energy applications. Power transmission infrastructure may need to be upgraded and expanded to accommodate the increased use of the abundant Renewable Energy resources as well as serving existing power generation systems. This track also explores the measures for evaluating the transmission infrastructure capacity and effectiveness to reliably and cost-effectively support the economic growth and consumer needs.
Many countries are moving Renewable Energy development into the mainstream through national, sub-national, economic, political or trade mechanisms. This track covers issues related to management and economics of Renewable Energy, such as economic efficiency of Renewable Energy systems, politics and legal issues, investment and financing, foreign investor trends and drivers, facilitation of international investment and project development, and globalization.