ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
INVITATION TO GLOBAL ENERGY & RENEWABLE ENERGY SUMMIT - 2020, PARIS, FRANCE
Arjyopa welcomes you to attend the Global Energy and Renewable Energy Summit – 2020 & Expo during April 20- 21, 2020 at Radission Blu, Paris, France. We cordially invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of Energy and Renewable energy.
Global Energy and Renewable Energy - 2020 provides a platform for researchers/scientists to share and globalize their research work while the participants from industry can promote their products thus felicitating dissemination of knowledge. We anticipate more than 500 participants around the globe with thought provoking keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations. As the theme of the conference “Sustainable Technologies and Modern Approaches in Green Energy”, the scope of Global Energy and Renewable Energy -2020 is to bring the advancements in the field of Energy Sector and latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Renewable Energy sector.
The scientific program will feature live workshops, interactive education sessions, B2B meetings, round-table discussions apart from the conventional plenary sessions, featured symposia, break out sessions and oral presentation sessions for abstracts and challenging cases.In addition, the Global Energy and Renewable Energy Summit - 2020 will feature workshop and Expo throughout the conference. Our endeavor is to provide a stimulating and thought provoking scientific program. We sincerely hope that the blend of pleasant weather, warm hospitality and revitalizing social evenings will make the scientific environment richer.
We look forward to the honor of welcoming you in Paris, France.
With Warm Regards
Partha J. Das
President, Organizing Committee
Director and Co-Founder, Arjyopa
Vice-President, Organizing Committee
Director and Co-Founder, Arjyopa
Renewable Energy Technology
- Systems Integration
- Modeling and Analysis
- Policy & Business Innovations
- Sustainable and Renewable Fuels
- Energy Efficiency and Conservation
- Energy Management in Power Sector
- Low Emissions Development Pathways
- Challenges of High Renewable Energy Deployment
- Hybrid Renewable Energy Support Policy in the Power Sector
- Energy Efficiency Improvement in Coal-Fired Power sector
- Identification and Analysis of Barriers in Implementation of Renewable Energy
- Green Growth: The Economic Impacts of Large-Scale Renewable Energy Development
Fuels and Combustion
- Emissions from ICE and their control
- Alternative fuels
- CNG as fuel for rural transportation
- Hydrogen and fuel cells
- Hybrid and electric vehicles
- Bio-diesel fuels
- Fuel additives
Education for Sustainability
- Energy issues
- Environment impact assessment
- Advances in sustainable buildings
- Sustainable cities
- Behavior on sustainability
- Envisioning tomorrow sustainability
- Smart cities technologies
- Energy efficiency devices
- Mobility integration
- Big data
- Energy access
- Cost of renewable energy
- Policy regulations
Energy and Environment
- Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation
- Environmental Pollution & Management
- Renewable Energy Sources
- Energy Policy, Planning & Management
- Climate Change and Global Warming
- Environmental Hydraulics
- Sustainable Development
- Remote Sensing and Environment
- Environmental Ergonomics
- Computational Techniques
- Air pollution from mobile and stationary sources
- Climate change
- Waste Recycling/Managementv
- Induced Mutations in Plants
Post - COP Strategies
- Business opportunities in renewable energy development
- Energy efficiency
- Energy storage
- Efficient buildings
- Emerging from the post- COP consensus
- Solar electricity and PV applications
- Solar cell technology
- Solar cell materials
- Testing and efficiency
- Nanotechnology applications to RE
- Solar thermal applications
- Wind energy
- Hydroelectric, geothermal, tides and waves
- Biogas and biomass
- Hybrid energy systems
- Integrated energy systems
- Rural electrification
- Regional issues, economics and policy
Advanced Energy Technologies
- Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion
- Nuclear Energy Application: Power Generation, Desalination
- Nuclear Materials and Fuels
- Energy From the Space, Dark Energy
FACTS ABOUT RENEWABLE ENERGY
Renewables took the lead with the highest growth rate of any energy source worldwide in 2017, meeting a quarter of energy demand growth, according to the International Energy Agency.
Global clean energy investment totalled $333.5 billion in 2017, the second-highest amount ever recorded. This is almost five times the $70.9 billion invested in clean energy in 2006. China led the way with $132.6 billion, and the U.S. was second at $56.9 billion. Solar was the biggest recipient. (BNEF)
By 2050, 73 percent of the $11.5 trillion the world will spend on new power generation will be invested in new wind and solar power, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Solar energy production in the U.S. increased over 8000% from 2007 to the end of 2017, according to a report by Crescent Electric.
In the U.S., over 3 million people work in wind, solar, efficiency and other fields, according to the 2018 US Energy and Employment Report. That’s more than the number of people employed as registered nurses, and just shy of those working as school teachers.
Global utility-scale solar PV installed costs have dropped 68% between 2010 and 2017, with the levelized cost of energy from these projects falling by 73% over the same period. For onshore wind, the costs declined 20% and 22%, respectively. (IRENA)
By 2020, electricity from renewables will be cheaper than that from most fossil fuels. (IRENA)
Battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle sales surpassed the one million mark worldwide for the first time in 2017, growing almost 60 percent from 2016 to reach a total of 1.2 million cars sold throughout the year. (McKinsey)
Coal mining jobs in West Virginia dropped 90 percent from their peak in 1940 through 2017. In that same year, U.S. coal consumption hit its lowest point in nearly 40 years according to the Appalachian Regional Commission.
Authors are invited to submit abstract(s) using the submission form on this page. Abstracts should contain sufficient detail on the techniques used and the results, which will be shown. You will receive a confirmation when the abstract has been received. Please contact the conference secretariat if you did not receive confirmation within 5 working days. Submission implies the intent of at least one author to register, attend the symposium and present the paper orally or in poster format. Contributions will only be finally accepted after registration and payment of the conference fee. The abstract will be reviewed, and you will be notified of acceptance.
- The entire body of the abstract, excluding tables, must not exceed 3,800 characters. Spaces are not included in this number. Title, authors’ names, affiliations, figures, and tables are not included in the character count.
- The abstract may be structured (i.e., abstracts divided into sections using terms such as Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions, etc.) or unstructured.
- Do not use bold type or underline formatting. Italic type is acceptable.
- Text may be in multiple paragraphs.
- Any references should be noted as citations within the text and not as footnotes at the end
Abstract submission deadline: 27th December, 2019
Early Bird registration deadline: 27th April, 2019
to Submit Abstract