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Special Issue "Selected Papers from APET 2023 - Sustainable Electrical Energy Technologies II"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073). This special issue belongs to the section "F: Electrical Engineering".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2024 | Viewed by 38
Special Issue Editor
Interests: wind power; photovoltaic generation and control technology; distributed generations of smart grid and intelligent distribution system; motor control system and energy-saving system
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Special Issue Information
The 2023 2nd Asia Power and Electrical Technology Conference (APET) will be held in Shanghai, China, during November 17–19, 2023. Organized by Tongji University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, and Chinese Academy of Sciences, with support from Shanghai University of Electric Power, Shanghai University, Donghua University, Fuzhou University, and Jilin Institute of Electrical Engineering, APET 2023 will feature contributed papers, keynote and invited talks, special sessions, as well as parallel oral and poster sessions.
APET aims to bring together an international community of researchers and practitioners in the field of power and electrical technology to present and discuss new research results and perspectives on future developments relevant to all areas of power and electrical technology, mainly including areas of power systems, smart grids, and electrical engineering and automation. The goal of the conference is to address challenges related to power and electrical technology, especially those faced throughout the world. This conference will also provide networking opportunities for establishing global collaborations toward developing suitable solutions for diverse applications and user groups in sustainable development. Selected peer-reviewed articles will be recommended for publication in the Special Issue ‘APET 2023-SEET II’ in the journal Energies (ISSN: 1996-1073), which is indexed in well-established databases/archives (SCIE, Ei Compendex, Scopus, etc.).
Prof. Dr. Zhixin Wang
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- power electronics and power drives
- power distribution
- power system design
- power generation and sustainable environment
- power market and power system economics
- power system and its automation
- smart grids
- power and energy system applications
- electric vehicle technologies
- application of artificial intelligence in power IoT
- distributed photovoltaic power generation system grid-connected control
- intelligent building DC systems for integrated photoelectric charging and storage
- regional integrated energy systems
- key technologies of hydrogen production, storage, transportation and conversion
- low-carbon technologies, new energy and CO2-based technologies/energy conversion systems
- AI/IoT-based data manipulation/reduction/assimilation techniques in energy and power systems
- electrical drive & motion control