Special Issue "Selected Papers from the 19th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering (19th IEEE EEEIC)"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Environmental and Sustainable Science and Technology".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2019
The 19th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering (IEEE EEEIC19) is an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information on energy systems. The Conference provides a unique opportunity for designers and people from industry to interact with manufacturers, energy utilities people, and university researchers, and to discuss a wide variety of topics related to energy systems and environmental issues. Ever-increasing awareness of environmental concerns and intensive international efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases has stimulated the best contributions towards achieving the goals of renewable energy diversification and sustainable development. IEEE EEEIC 2019 is the 19th edition of the Conference and is one of Europe’s largest, longest-running professional networking and educational events. The conference has been technically co-sponsored by IEEE since 2008 and by EMCS, IAS, and PES since 2015.
The 3nd IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power System Conference Europe (I&CPS Europe) is the second edition of a conference organized by the department I&CPS of the Industry Application Society (IAS-IEEE). The scope of the Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Department includes all matters within the scope of the Industry Application Society relating to the technology of electric power generation, transmission, or distribution in industrial, commercial, and institutional facilities, and within that segment of industry associated specifically with rural or agricultural applications. The scope also includes the creation of related technical standards governing such applications. The objective of I&CPSD shall be the advancement of the theory and practice of engineering as it relates to the design and management of electrical power systems and comfort conditioning systems within industrial plants, commercial buildings, and institutional facilities, and electrical power systems that serve primarily agricultural areas.
Submissions related to any of the following topics are welcomed:
- Renewable-energy sources and storage
- Power systems and smart grids
- Energy-efficient systems
- Smart buildings
- Circuits, sensors, and actuators
- Environmental phenomena and pollution
- Regulation and electricity markets
- Maintenance, operation, and safety
Prof. Dr. Rodolfo Araneo
Manuscript Submission Information
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- renewable-energy sources and storage
- power systems and smart grids
- energy-efficient systems
- smart buildings
- circuits, sensors, and actuators
- environmental phenomena and pollution regulation and electricity markets
- maintenance, operation and safety