Open Science Research Excellence

ICSGTGE 2020 : International Conference on Smart Grid Technologies and Green Energy

London, United Kingdom
December 10 - 11, 2020

Call for Papers

ICSGTGE 2020 : International Conference on Smart Grid Technologies and Green Energy is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Smart Grid Technologies and Green Energy. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Renewable Energy
  • Renewable energy systems and sources (RESSs) as wind power, hydropower, solar energy, biomass, biofuel, geothermal energy, wave energy, tidal energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, energy storage
  • New trends and technologies for RESSs
  • Policies and strategies for RESSs
  • Energy transformation from renewable energy system (RES) to grid
  • Novel energy conversion studies for RESS
  • Power devices and driving circuits for RESS
  • Control techniques for RESS
  • Grid interactive systems used in hybrid RESS
  • Performance analysis of RESS
  • Hybrid RESSs
  • Decision support systems for RESSs
  • Renewable energy research and applications for industries
  • RESSs for electrical vehicles and components
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning studies for RESS and applications
  • Computational methods for RESSs
  • Energy savings for vehicular technology, power electronics, electric machinery and control
  • New approaches in lightings
  • Public awareness and education for renewable energy and systems
  • Reliability and maintenance in RESSs
  • Smart grids and RESSs
  • Safety and security of RESSs
  • Renewable energy systems in smart cities
  • Future challenges and directions for RESSs
  • Smart Grid
  • Smart grid technologies (for power generation, transmission and distribution systems, and energy conversion and storage devices).
  • Smart grid communication and information technologies
  • Distributed generation and micro-grid
  • Electric vehicle charging technology and system integration
  • Micro-grid applications and islanding operation
  • Smart grid measurements, protection, control and operation
  • Physical, cyber and system security for smart grid
  • Computation intelligence and IEDs for smart grids
  • Sensing, communication and smart metering infrastructures
  • Demand side management, smart buildings and home automation
  • Diagnostics, self-healing and reliability of smart grids
  • Power quality issues and FACTS devices
  • Electricity markets, incentives, regulation and pricing
  • Smart grid interoperability, standards and codes
  • Demand response and management through smart grid technology
  • Renewable energy integration and storage
  • Smart grid planning, economic, environment and policy issues