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4th World Summit on Renewable Energy and Resources, will be organized around the theme “Tackling Renewable Resources For a Sustainable Future”
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A substance that is converted by process into usable energy is called source of energy. Examples are coal, gas, oil, and wood. Sources of energy are classified into two types.
Renewable Energy: Renewable energy is derived from natural processes that are replaced constantly such as solar, biomass, ocean, hydropower, wind, biomass, geothermal resources, and biofuels and hydrogen. Various types of renewable energy: Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Water and geothermal, Biomass and Biofuels.
Non Renewable energy: Coal and Oil are the non-renewable sources of energy. These are known as fossil fuels as they are products of plants that lived thousands of years ago. Fossil fuels are the predominantly used energy sources today. Environmental pollution is caused by burning fuels.
- Track 1-1Renewable energy
- Track 1-2 Non Renewable energy
With the world wide expectation, renewable energy has developed a lot. The use of renewable can be seen in day to day life basically in four areas electricity generation and transportation, air and water heating and cooling and rural (off-grid) energy services and environment protection. Renewable energy can be defines as a form of energy derived from the natural sources which cannot be depleted by human time scale. Types of renewable energy: Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Water and geothermal, Biomass and Biofuels. They don't damage our planet. These energy sources are produce minimal or no waste products, non-pollutant and don't contribute to global warming. Renewable power sources like hydroelectric, sun power and the wind has continuity generating far less pollution. Renewable power is cost effective, reliable, property, and environmentally friendly. Renewable Energy comes from non-conventional energy that is continuously replenished by natural processes. It’s attracted plenty of attention within the recent past due to exhaustion of fossil fuels and within the lookout for alternate energy for a clean and green future.
- Track 2-1Marine or ocean energy
- Track 2-2Bio energy
- Track 2-3Geothermal energy
- Track 2-4Solar energy
- Track 2-5Wind energy
Solar Energy is the most promptly accessible wellspring of energy. Sun is the sources of all energies, the primary forms of solar energy are heat and light. It doesn't have a place with anyone and is, in this manner, free. It is additionally the most essential of the non-conventional sources of energy. Since it is non-contaminating and along these lines, helps in decreasing the greenhouse impact. Solar energy can likewise be utilized to meet our power prerequisites. Through Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) cells, sunlight based radiation gets changed over into DC power specifically. Solar Energy is dependable progressing at Solar Transport. Fuel production is also done with the help of high temperature from solar energy. The energy is capture, which is produced at one time and is store for future use. Solar energy free and clean energy and the solar panels can be placed on roofs of houses which makes less occupancy.
- Track 3-1Energy Conservation in Large Scale Establishment
- Track 3-2Solar water heating
- Track 3-3Solar Cells
- Track 3-4Solar Furnaces
- Track 3-5Solar towers
- Track 3-6Solar powered electric boats
- Track 3-7Power Electronics
- Track 3-8Electricity use
- Track 3-9Solar panels
Wave energy is harnessed from ocean or sea waves. Vertical motion of the surface ocean waves contains a lot of kinetic (motion) energy that is taken by wave energy technologies to do valuable tasks, for example, generation of electricity and desalinization of water, pumping of water into reservoirs. Wave power or Wave energy is essentially power drawn from waves. When wind blows across the ocean surface, it transfers the energy to the waves. These waves are powerful sources of energy. The energy output is measured by wave height, wavelength, wave speed, and water density. The more strong waves, then the more capable of power produced. The captured wave energy used for electricity generation,power plants or pumping of water. The oceans have an astounding amount of energy and are close to many if not most evaporated populations.In the world ocean energy providing the consequential amount of new Renewable energy
- Track 4-1hydroelectric turbine
- Track 4-2Oscillating wave surge converter
- Track 4-3Electricity generation
- Track 4-4Water desalination
- Track 4-5Deep-water characteristics and opportunities
Tidal energy or Tidal power is a form of hydropower that converts the energy obtained from tides of hydropower into useful forms of power, mainly electricity. Tidal energy is the energy produced by the tides of the ocean. Tides are commonly produced by the pull of gravity from the Moon and as well as the spin of the Earth. There is a lot of energy in the movement of that much water. Tidal Barrages generates the electricity by the difference in the vertical height between the incoming high tides and the outgoing low tides of ocean. As the tide ebbs and flows, ocean water is allowed to flow in or out of the reservoir through a one way underwater tunnel system. Through this flow of tidal water back and forth causes the water turbine generators located within the tunnels to rotate generating the tidal energy with special generators used to produce electricity on both the incoming and the outgoing tides of ocean.
- Track 5-1Tidal streams
- Track 5-2Tidal barrages
- Track 5-3Tidal turbines
- Track 5-4Tidal fences
- Track 5-5Electricity generation
The wind is a free, clean and gladly available renewable energy source. In the world, every day wind turbines are capturing the wind’s power and converting it to the electricity. The energy from the wind turns the two or three propeller-like blades around a rotor in windmill. The rotor is connected to the main shaft, and this shaft connected with the generator to create electricity. This source of power generation plays a progressively important role in the way of power in our world. Wind turbines captured the kinetic energy of the wind into mechanical power. This mechanical power can be used for specific tasks (such as grinding grain or pumping water) in the turbines generator or can be convert this mechanical power into useful power like electricity. Now wind power technology is showing rapid growth and much more helpful than conventional power generation.by using this wind energy there is no pollution and less space occupancy and less cost effective. Wind turbines don't deliver air discharges that lead to medical issues like asthma or make corrosive rain or nursery gasses which is involves in coal handling plants.
- Track 6-1Onshore wind energy
- Track 6-2Offshore wind energy
- Track 6-3Horizontal axis turbines
- Track 6-4Vertical axis turbine
- Track 6-5Production of electricity
Biomass is defined as alive or newly dead organisms and any by-products of those organisms, plant or animal. Biomass can be used to produce renewable power, thermal energy, or transportation fuels (biofuels). It most often refers to plants or plant-based resources which are specifically called lignocellulose biomass. As an energy basis, biomass can either can used as straight via combustion to produce heat, or indirectly converting it to various forms of biofuels and these biofuels can be used for transportation. Firing of biomass and fossil fuels is a low-cost means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving cost-effectiveness, and reducing air pollutants in existing power plants and as well as environment. Animals waste can be a great source for biomass which produces of alternative fuels that can be used to replace fossil fuels. Biomass in the form of dead plants, trees, grass, leaves, crops, manure, garbage’s.
- Track 7-1Wood and farming products
- Track 7-2Solid waste
- Track 7-3Landfill gas or bio gas
- Track 7-4Alcohol fuels
- Track 7-5Conversion system technologies
- Track 7-6Integrated biomass technologies
Geothermal energy is the heat from the Earth and it's a clean and sustainable. Resources of geothermal energy range from the shallow ground to hot water and hot rock found a few miles under the surface of the earth, and down even deeper to the extremely high temperatures of molten rock named magma. There are three main types of geothermal energy systems: Direct use and district heating system and Electricity generation in power plants and geothermal heat pumps. The steam rotates a turbine, than the turbine activates a generator, which produces electricity.in the world, there are many power plants still use fossil fuels to boil water for steam. Geothermal power plants, using the steam, produced from reservoirs of hot water found a couple of miles or more below the Earth's surface. heat exchanger-a system of pipes covered in the shallow ground near the building. In the winter, the heat pump removes heat from the heat exchanger and pumps it into the private air delivery system. In the summer, the process is converse, and the heat pump moves heat from the indoor air into the heat exchanger.
- Track 8-1Geothermal Electricity Production
- Track 8-2Thermal energy
- Track 8-3Geothermal Direct Use
- Track 8-4Geothermal Heat Pumps
- Track 8-5Enhanced geothermal applications
One of the most important and promising renewable energy is Bio fuels, can be converted directly to the liquid fuels. Biofuels is widely used for the transportation. There are various types of Biofuels such as Ethanol, Bio alcohols, Biodiesel, and Biofuel gasoline, Vegetable Oil, Green diesel, bio ethers, Biogas, Syngas and Solid Biomass Fuels. Ethanol and Biodiesel are the commonly used biofuels. The main aim for introducing Biofuels was to replace Coal, Gasoline, and Diesel Fuel and Green Diesel. It is having vast advantage when compared with the fossil fuels such as less greenhouse gases providing and greater fuel securities. The use of Biofuel is usually dependent on the land availability. It is made from biological agents like plant oils or animal by the set of chemical reactions. One of the major advantages for using the Biofuel is that they are renewable energy and don not lead to global warming unlike the fossil fuels. According to few facts, Biofuels is the only renewable energy which can replace the fossil fuel sand through this reducing the pollution.
- Track 9-1Advanced Bio-fuels
- Track 9-2Bio refineries
- Track 9-3Bio alcohols and Bio-ethanol
- Track 9-4Bio char
- Track 9-5Bio hydrogen
- Track 9-6Bio fuels in Transport and Renewable Heat
- Track 9-7Bio-fuels in Transport and Renewable Heat
All energy sources have more impact on our environment like fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas are more harmful for environment, producing air and water pollution, damage to public health, wildlife and habitat loss and global warming emissions. Renewable sources are considered as clean sources of clean energy and these energy more impact on climate change. Renewable energy technologies provide an admirable opportunity for reducing global warming and minimising greenhouse gas emission through conservative energy sources. One of the advantageous factors for the use of the renewable energy is that it is naturally generated. These sources are constantly replenished such as sunlight, wind, heat and water. The common energy sources are Hydropower, Biomass, Biofuels, Wind, Geothermal and Solar Energy.
- Track 10-1Greenhouse gases and Effects reduce
- Track 10-2Solutions for Climate Change
- Track 10-3Pollution & its Effects on Climate
- Track 10-4Sustainability & Climate Change
- Track 10-5Carbon Cycle
- Track 10-6Climate Change: Biodiversity Scenarios
- Track 10-7Waste Management
- Track 10-8Global Warming Effects & Causes
- Track 10-9Environmental Pollution Reduce
- Track 10-10Environmental – Climate Change Policy
- Track 10-11Climate Change & Health
The mission of Energy Conservation and Energy Storage (ECES) is to facilitate integral research, development, implementation and integration of energy-storage technologies to enhance the energy efficiency of all kinds of energy system and process and to enable the increasing usage of renewable energy rather than the of fossil fuels. Energy storage and the energy transformation is major part of renewable energy usage system. Depending on the form of energy which needs to be balanced and the required storage period, different types of energy storages such as thermal, electrical, material or virtual storages can be used. A device that stores imperativeness is all over called a gatherer. Vitality comes in different structures including electrical potential, compound, gravitational potential, radiation, control, raised temperature, lethargic warmth and dynamic. Vitality Storage incorporates changing over imperativeness from outlines that are difficult to store to simply more supportively or fiscally storable structures. Mass Energy accumulating is correct presently led by hydroelectric dams, both standard and furthermore pumped. The essentialness isn't secured clearly; anyway the work-aftereffect of exhausting Energy (pumping constantly warm) is secured, having the proportionate effect on daytime use.
- Track 11-1Thermal storage
- Track 11-2Sequestration Technologies
- Track 11-3Carbon Capture & Storage
- Track 11-4Environmental and Health Effects of Energy Efficiency
- Track 11-5Lightning Session: Residential and Commercial Programs
- Track 11-6Energy Efficiency Potential
- Track 11-7Natural Gas Energy Efficiency Programs
- Track 11-8Energy efficiency in building designs and management
- Track 11-9Electrical energy storage
- Track 11-10Electrical energy storage
- Track 11-11Green Building
Waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste is that the one of the way of generating energy within the type of electricity and heat, from the first treatment of waste, through this the un-useful amount of energy can be considerably utilized. Waste-to-energy may be a type of energy recovery process .Now a days, Most Waste-to-Energy proceeding manufacture electricity and/or heat directly through combustion, or manufacture flammable fuel goods, like gas, alcohol or artificial fuels, methanol. For new processes like the Ebara fluidization, direct smelting method and also the Thermo- select -JFE and melting technology process for waste to energy process there are vast amount of thermal treatment plants victimized. Waste to energy technology includes aging, which may take biomass and make liquor, exploitation squander plastic or natural material. Inside the aging technique, the sugar inside the waste is changed to nursery outflow and the liquor, inside the similar and general strategy, that is wont to assemble wine. Esterification is also should be possible exploitation waste to vitality innovations, and more, the consequences of this technique are biodiesel. The esteem adequacy of esterification can depend on the feedstock being utilized and each one the inverse important variables like transportation remove, amount of oil blessing inside the feedstock can be improved in the waste to energy process.
- Track 12-1Incineration
- Track 12-2Gasification
- Track 12-3Thermal depolymerisation
- Track 12-4Pyrolysis
- Track 12-5Plasma arc gasification
Energy efficiency is often called as efficient energy, Energy Efficiency aims to reduce the energy required for proving the products and services. Nowadays, technology is developed and there are so many innovations and advancement in technologies it is becoming essential to make the proper usage of energy which is achieved by the energy Efficiency. Energy Efficiency helps to maintain the environment by protecting the air and preventing the change of climate. It also helps by reducing the emission from power plants. With the decrease amount of energy usage less energy will be needed to generate the power plants resulting in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and improving the quality of air. For balancing economy, energy efficiency plays a vital role. Renewable energy and Energy efficiency are said to be the twin pillars of sustainable energy policy and these are high priorities in the sustainable energy hierarchy.
- Track 13-1Energy conservation
- Track 13-2Less fuel economy
- Track 13-3Rebound effect
- Track 13-4Less greenhouse emission
- Track 13-5More goods production
Besides of renewable energy technologies like solar, bioenergy, wind and hydro energy technologies other technologies are still under development, and include cellulosic ethanol, hot-dry-rock geothermal power, and marine energy. These technologies are not yet widely established, these technologies have limited commercialization. In cellulosic ethanol process ethanol (ethyl alcohol)is produced from the cellulose (the stringy fiber of a plant) rather than from the plant's seed or plant fruits and also It is a biofuel produced from grasses, wood, algae, or other plants. The fibrous parts of the plants are mostly inedible to animals, including humans, except for ruminants (grazing, cud-chewing animals such as cows or sheep). An enhanced geothermal system (EGS) generates geothermal electricity without the need of natural convective hydro sources or thermal sources. For economical view and for more renewable resources, geothermal power systems have demoralized only resources where naturally occurring energies like heat, water, and rock permeability are sufficient to allow energy extraction. However,by future most of the geothermal energy within reach of conventional techniques in dry and impermeable rock. Enhanced geothermal system technologies enhance or create geothermal resources in this hot dry rock (HDR) through hydraulic stimulation.
- Track 14-1cellulosic ethanol
- Track 14-2hot-dry-rock geothermal power
- Track 14-3marine energy
- Track 14-4hydraulic stimulation
- Track 14-5enhanced geothermal system
Power Building is a subfield of Vitality Designing and Electrical Designing that courses of action with the age, transmission, scattering and utilization of electric power and the electrical contraptions related with such systems including generators, motors and transformers. Anyway an awesome piece of the field is concerned with the issues of three-stage air conditioning power – the standard for liberal scale control age, transmission and scattering over the front line world – an imperative division of the field is stressed with the change among air conditioning and DC control and the change of specific power frameworks for instance, those used in flying machine or for electric railroad systems. The Power Frameworks were getting more profitable with taking a break and have transformed into a middle district of Electrical Building field.
- Track 15-1Energy Transmission and Distribution
- Track 15-2Energy Transmission and Distribution
- Track 15-3Power generation
- Track 15-4Electricity Networks of the Future
- Track 15-5Energy Storage Technologies & Devices
- Track 15-6Power Systems & Automation
- Track 15-7Fault Monitoring & Predictive Maintenance
- Track 15-8Hybrid Power & Energy Systems
- Track 15-9Green Engineering
Bioremediation is a process used to treat contaminated media like water, soil and subsurface material, by altering environmental conditions to stimulate growth of microorganisms and degrade the target pollutants. For bioremediation process those organisms are used known as bioremediators, are most often bacteria, archaea and fungi due to their rapid growth rate, variable metabolic needs and ability to be genetically manipulated. Bioremediation has been successfully used to clean up pollutants including crude oil, gasoline, pesticides, sewage, and chlorinated solvents used in cleaning supplies. The benefits of bioremediation include lower costs and less interruption of the environment when compared to other clean up methods. Biological treatment is a similar approach used to treat wastes including wastewater, industrial waste and solid waste and other related processes.
- Track 16-1Insitu bio-remediation
- Track 16-2Exsitu bioremediation
- Track 16-3Phytoremediation
- Track 16-4Biodegradation
- Track 16-5Mycoremediation
- Track 16-6Microbial bioremediation
- Track 16-7Bio venting
Green nanotechnology". It’s like manner suggests the use of the after effects of nanotechnology to update reasonability. Keeping up and improving soil, water, and air quality address indisputably the most forcing troubles standing up to overall society in the 21st century. Defilements from such varying sources as oil and manufactured spills, pesticide and manure flood, surrendered present day and mining districts and airborne vaporous and particulate issue from autos decline the condition once every day. Recognizing and treating existing contaminants and balancing new pollution are among the challenges. Use of Nano-materials in arranged fields, for instance, redesigning the creation and refining of energies and reduction of releases from autos, essentialness storing (batteries and Nano-engaged energy units), to give safe drinking water through improved water treatment, desalination, Nano-enabled security and diagram of Nano-materials for pollution recognizing and area.
- Track 17-1Nano composite
- Track 17-2Nano energy
- Track 17-3Environmental impact
- Track 17-4Environmental sustainability
A Smart Grid may be a comprehensive decision that employs a broad vary of knowledge technology assets, authorizing existing and new gridlines to cut back electricity waste and energy prices. Smart grids are going to be a important foundation for the embodiment of renewable energy into the electrical grid system. For power generation and power distribution and power transmission, grid system is the main role for power enhancement. Smart grid technologies have vast applications and modification, and there will be with sensible meters in individual homes and commercial buildings to the power for access variable and distributed sources of energy based upon demand and available. Astute meters empower electricity shoppers to use energy sustained value signals given as at rates change.
- Track 18-1Power generation
- Track 18-2Smart Grid Deployment & Demonstration Projects
- Track 18-3Smart Grids Technologies
- Track 18-4Impact of Smart Grid on Energy Resources
- Track 18-5Micro-grids and their energy optimization
- Track 18-6Role and future of electric vehicles in smart grids
- Track 18-7Role and future of electric vehicles in smart grids
- Track 18-8Energy storage and cyber security for smart grids
- Track 18-9Regulatory policies and program for implementation and control
- Track 18-10Transformation of power grids to smart grids
- Track 18-11Smart Grid and Renewable Energy Integration
- Track 18-12Micro grid and active distribution network management
- Track 18-13Smart Grid Networks, Reliability & Recovery
- Track 18-14Smart Grids Modelling
- Track 18-15Smart Grids Applications & Challenges