24–26 April 2019 International Conference on Renewable Energy 2019
Renewable energy forms one of the pillars for maintaining a sustainable environment and meeting climate change targets. The renewable energy industry has grown, with huge investments being ploughed into it globally. New global investment in renewable energy (excluding large hydro-electric projects) was around US$241.6 billion in 2016, with an added renewable power capacity of over 138.5GW worldwide. This capacity is equivalent to 55% of the total generating capacity and was approximately double that of fossil fuel generation in 2016. The International Conference on Renewable Energy series addresses research and development in renewable energy technologies, including energy efficiency. It is an annual meeting planned to be held in different countries, initially within Europe, with Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America being highlighted as target regions for the conference.
The next session in the series of the International Conference on Renewable Energy is the ICREN2019, with a focus on international participation through the inclusion of both novice and experienced researchers with an interest in renewable energy studies. The conference will be held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France, providing an unparalleled venue for fostering debate in this globally important area.
ICREN2019 will include articles and presentations on the latest research on renewable energy technologies, grid interactions, energy efficiency, data analytics, economics and finance, environmental and social impact, as well as policy and climate change implications.