15–17 April 2021, Barcelona, Spain
2021 6th International Conference on Advances on Clean Energy Research (ICACER 2021)

After ICACER 2016 held in Bangkok (Thailand), ICACER 2017 in Berlin (Germany), ICACER 2018 in Barcelona (Spain), ICACER 2019 in Coimbra (Portugal) and ICACER 2020 (Virtual Conference) successfully, 2021 6th International Conference on Advances on Clean Energy Research (ICACER 2021) will be held in Barcelona, Spain on April 15-17, 2021 once again, hosted in Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC), Spain and supported by Universitetet of Agder, Norway and Galati University 'Dunarea de Jos', Romania, etc.

The objectives of ICACER 2021 are to provide a forum to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, academics and graduate students in the fields of advances on clean energy research, energy economics and energy policy to share up-to-date research results. We are confident that the participants benefited from the theoretical insights, practical knowledge and personal contacts that will help them to build a long-term, profitable and sustainable communication among researchers and practitioners in the related scientific areas. It is one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of clean energy research.

Topic Areas

  • Wind, solar, biomass and geothermal energies
  • Ocean energy harvesting
  • Energy efficiency in buildings and appliances
  • Smart grids and microgrids for green electricity
  • CO2 capture and storage
  • Fossil-fuel power-stations with CO2 sequestration
  • Underground and gas-network storages
  • Future high-capacity energy-storages
  • Future battery technologies
  • Power-to-gas/gas-to-power-solutions
  • Green fuel/energy for mobility
  • Efficient long-distance transmission in supergrids
  • Efficient AC/DC/AC energy conversion
  • Sector coupling for energy creation and storage
  • Sector coupling at the consumer side
  • Coupling conventional with green power stations
  • Measuring and filtering harmonic oscillations in smart grids
  • Network stability before/after energy transition
  • Critical smart-grid states and counter measures

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