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Energy Systems Conference 2018 in London



The Energy Systems Conference series organized by Elsevier and Energy Institute brings together researchers, academia, industry, investors, and policymakers to explore the most suitable and efficient ways to design, finance and build better and more sustainable energy systems. The conference aims to provide a forum to examine new thinking about the structures, processes, and policies that are needed to ensure effective coordination across transport, power, industrial and residential energy use, and innovation and skills.
High-level conference themes
Opening plenary session: A system in transition
Stream 1: Putting sustainability at the heart of the energy system
Stream 2: Market design approaches
Stream 3: Interconnected infrastructure systems
Stream 4: Financing the transition
Abstracts are invited for oral and poster presentations on the conference topics:
  • Low carbon power (CCS, nuclear, wind, solar, hydro, etc.)
  • Low carbon transport (fuel cells and hydrogen)
  • Energy storage and network balancing
  • Grid integration and infrastructure
  • Distributed generation
  • Energy efficiency and energy management
  • Carbon pricing & emissions trading
  • Policy, targets and resource efficiency
  • Integrating finance, economies and energy
  • Digital, data and ‘intelligent’ design

Location:

 United Kingdom

 Benefits

  • This two-day conference is a great way to build strong connections and knowledge sharing among researchers and practitioners in this field.
  • It is an excellent opportunity to learn about the views on energy issues presented from around the world.

 Eligibilities

  • Submitted papers should explore topics in one or more of the given topics.
  • Open for All
Eligible Regions: Open for All