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The scope of the Conference covers the area of sustainable energy and environmental development.

Conference topics include, but are not limited to:

Track 1: ENERGY

  • primary energy sources and technologies
  • renewable energy sources and technologies
  • nuclear and hydrogen energy
  • energy storage
  • energy efficiency
  • co-generation and tri-generation systems
  • fuel cells for transport, aviation and stationary application
  • modelling, simulation and optimization of energy systems
  • measurements, automation and monitoring in energy systems
  • energy management in buildings and intelligent buildings
  • application of the renewable energy sources in buildings
  • distributed generation and smart cities
  • energy planning
  • energy sustainability in politics and economy

Track 2: FUELS

  • non-renewable and renewable fuels
  • biofuels and biorefineries (sustainability assessment)
  • clean coal technologies
  • sustainability assessment of solid fuels gasification
  • thermal power plants (fluidisation, cycling)
  • power to gas and power to liquids technologies
  • alternative fuels for fuel cells (direct carbon fuel cells, direct ethanol/methanol fuel cells and related topics)
  • H2O/CO2 co-electrolysis and related topics
  • traditional and alternative fuel vehicles (electric vehicles, solar vehicles, hydrogen vehicles, compressed-air vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles etc.)

Track 3: ENVIRONMENT

  • environmental protection in energy management systems
  • sustainability in the aspect of the environmental protection
  • wastewaters management systems
  • the role of transport (land and maritime) in shaping the quality of the environment
  • environmental quality management systems
  • education on the sustainability in the aspect of environment pollution
  • wastes treatment methods, including hazardous wastes (radionuclides), etc.
  • source apportionment of pollution related with energy production processes