International Conference on Renewable & Non-Renewable Energy

Las Vegas, USA    July 16-17, 2018

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Solar energy is the form of energy which comes from sunlight. People all over the world use this energy in different ways. Now a days this energy is use to make electricity where other power supplies are absent, such as in remote places and in space. Solar panels absorb the sunlight as a source of energy to produce electricity or heat. It is becoming cheaper to make electricity from solar energy as compared to electricity produced by coal or oil. Active solar techniques include the use of concentrated solar power, photovoltaic systems and solar water heating to harness the energy. 

  • Track 1-1: Photovoltaic Cell Technology
  • Track 1-2: Solar Power Materials and Systems
  • Track 1-3: Solar Grid and Systems Integration
  • Track 1-4: Solar Power Technologies
  • Track 1-5: Photovoltaic Materials, Devices, and Modules

Wind energy is kinetic energy of wind exploited for electricity generation in wind turbines. Energy production from wind turbines based especially on some of the following confines; mean wind speed at hub height, the selling price of power, and system and infrastructure costs. Higher wind speeds produce higher power yields thus are preferred for wind generators. Owing to the changes in wind level, electrical energy obtained with wind turbines can only be utilized in combination with other energy sources in the network, or in very small electric grids with storage to yield a continuous energy supply. Wind energy, which would typically have been wasted, is now able to be store for future use.

  • Track 2-1: Wind Technology
  • Track 2-2: Wind Energy Storage
  • Track 2-3: Wind Turbine Design
  • Track 2-4: Wind Safety Measures
  • Track 2-5: Wind Turbine Applications

Impoundment facility, is a common type of hydropower plant contain a broad hydropower system, have a dam to store river water in a reservoir. Water discharged from the reservoir goes through a turbine, spinning it, which stimulates a generator to release electricity. Hydropower plants are a renewable energy sources. They keeps stored water in a dam; the water falls by pressure through penstocks to water turbines placed below the dam. There are various models of water turbines used to regulate power generators, generating electricity for the National Grid. 

  • Track 3-1: Hydroelectricity
  • Track 3-2: Hydropower Generating Methods
  • Track 3-3: Geo Thermal Power Generation
  • Track 3-4: Sizes, Types and Capacities of Hydroelectric Facilities
  • Track 3-5: Types of Hydropower Plants

The three most developed technologies from the marine are ocean thermal energy conversion, tidal and wave power. Tidal power needs huge tidal variations. Ocean thermal energy conversion is narrowed to tropical regions. Wave energy has a more general technology to produce ocean power. Waves are regulated by winds over the surface of the ocean. The size of the waves will depend on wind speed. 

  • Track 4-1: Wave Energy
  • Track 4-2: Tidal Energy
  • Track 4-3: Osmotic Power
  • Track 4-4: Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion

Biomass can be defined as living or recently dead organisms or byproduct of plant or animal. The general usage of this term is to exclude coal, oil, and other fossilized particles of organisms and soils. In this sense, biomass encloses all living things. We can create the renewable electricity or heat from the energy stored in biomass. Bioenergy can be generated through combustion of dry biogas (methane) abducted through anaerobic digestion. An humorous transportation fuels can be generated from biomass, using to reach the usual needs of  petroleum products and boost the greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Track 6-1: Bio Refineries
  • Track 6-2: Sustainability and Climate Change
  • Track 6-3: Processes for Bioenergy
  • Track 6-4: Bioenergy Conversion Methods
  • Track 6-5: Bioethanol
  • Track 6-6: Biomass Feed Stocks for Renewable Energy Generation

Green Energy primarily involves natural processes which can able to be maintained with little or no pollution. In many countries with enterprise arrangements and electricity selling arrangements build it feasible for patrons to purchase for green electricity from either their usage or a green power administrator. Once energy is bought from the electricity network, the power reaching the buyer will not principally be produced from green energy sources. Currently generated green energy is a very little bit of electricity, typically releasing two to five to the pool. Green energy customers either constrain the usage of firms to develop the number of ignorance energy that they directly purchase from a green power provider.

  • Track 7-1: Environmental Engineering
  • Track 7-2: Green Analytical Methodologies
  • Track 7-3: Sustainable Energy Policies
  • Track 7-4: Green Processing and Solar Energy
  • Track 7-5: Materials for Energy and Environmental Sustainability

Renewable energy commercialization concerns the deployment of 3 generations of renewable energy technologies calculating from more than 100 years. First-generation technologies, which are already developed and economically aggressive, include biomass, hydroelectricity, geothermal power and heat. Second-generation technologies are ready to release in market and are being expanded at the current time, they consists solar heating, photovoltaic, wind power, solar thermal power stations, and modern forms of bioenergy. Third-generation technologies need continued R&D efforts to make large contributions on a global scale and consists progressive biomass gasification, hot-dry-rock geothermal power, and ocean energy.

  • Track 8-1: Photovoltaic System/Modules
  • Track 8-2: Water Conservation
  • Track 8-3: Green Building Design
  • Track 8-4: Green Energy Investments Worldwide
  • Track 8-5: Financing Energy Efficiency Projects
  • Track 8-6: Electric Vehicles
  • Track 8-7: Biomass or Biofuels Process Control System Resources
  • Track 8-8: Sun Tracking Control System Resources
  • Track 8-9: Wind Turbine Regulatory Compliance Test System Resources

Recycling or waste-to-energy is one of the most disputed topics in the solid waste management sector. According to a World Bank report, this issue often becomes the center of emotional public debate. The presence of a waste-to-energy ignition plant is a hurdle to a community’s recycling efforts; whereas the other school of thought advocates that recycling and waste-to-energy are compatible and that the presence of a waste-to-energy plant interacts with recycling rates in communities.

  • Track 10-1: Waste-to-Energy and the Waste Management Hierarchy
  • Track 10-2: Barriers to Adoption of Waste-to-Energy
  • Track 10-3: The Opposition to Waste-to-Energy and Rebuttals
  • Track 10-4: WTE and Recycling Rates: A Correlation?

A fossil fuel is produced by natural processes, such as anaerobic decomposition of covered dead organisms, containing energy originating in ancient photosynthesis. Fossil fuels having age millions of years, and sometimes it exceeds 650 million years. Usually fossil fuel contains high percentages of carbon and include petroleumcoal, and natural gas. Other commonly used products are kerosene and propane. Methane can be found in hydrocarbon fields either alone, or in the form of  methane clathrates.

  • Track 12-1: Fossil Fuel Drilling Uranium Fuel
  • Track 12-2: Environmental Effects on Fossil Fuel
  • Track 12-3: Fossil Fuel Divestmen

The processing of fossil fuels emits harmful greenhouse gases into the air. These gases, primarily carbon dioxide, damage the ozone layer which protects us from the sun's radiation. The air pollution also badly affects our respiratory health. A  study reveals that pollution from coal-powered plants shortened nearly 24,000 lives a year in the U.S. The use of non-renewable sources of energy has a harmful impacts on our environment due to the way they are extracted and processed or also in terms of how they are used and thereafter disposed of.

  • Track 13-1: Air Pollution
  • Track 13-2: Acid Rain and Water Pollution
  • Track 13-3: Land Pollution and Waste Generation
  • Track 13-4: Oil Spills and Other Accidents

In recent years there have been several targeted calls for materials research, both generic and focuse.  At the same time advanced materials have been encouraged as a critical technology and named as one of the eight great technologies that are of national importance. The attention of developed materials has been accentuate by the setting up of the Advanced Materials Leadership Council (AMLC) in Dec 2014 to provide important advice and strong leadership to empower accelerated development of advanced materials applications for the uses. The AMLC highlights advanced materials for energy

  • Track 15-1: Materials Modelling and Characterisation
  • Track 15-2: Structural and Coating Materials
  • Track 15-3: Materials for Hazardous Environments in Energy Applications
  • Track 15-4: Multifunctional materials for Energy Application
  • Track 15-5: Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

An ore is a special type of rock  it contains a huge amount of a particular mineral to make it economically practical to excerpt that mineral from the related  rock. Not all minerals are found in a large amount in one location to make it worth it to remove the ore from the rock through a process known as mining. Ores can be mined in a number of ways.

  • Track 16-1: Different Types of Ores
  • Track 16-2: Gem Stones
  • Track 16-3: Types of Mining Minerals
  • Track 16-4: Making Metals from Mineral Ores

An increasing number of countries see nuclear power creating an important role in addressing climate change and contributing to viable development. 30countries already operate nuclear power plants (NPPs), and about thirty more countries are preparing to introduce nuclear power. Sixty NPPs are under construction around the world

  • Track 17-1: Gas Turbine Technologies
  • Track 17-2: Gas-Fired Power Plants
  • Track 17-3: The Digital Power Plant
  • Track 17-4: Power Project Financing
  • Track 17-5: Utility-Scale Renewable Power

Considering the past few years, global economic activities have raised a lot. This enormous growth has raised serious problems about current essential patterns of production and consumption. Huge members from around the world focused on learning about petroleum refinery and its advances

  • Track 18-1: Petroleum Geology
  • Track 18-2: Global Oil and Gas Business
  • Track 18-3: Natural Hazards in Petroleum Industry
  • Track 18-4: Drilling and Production Technology

Grid investments that support electric vehicle formation as a part of prepared modernization efforts can facilitate a more efficient and cost-friendly transition to electric transportation and allow investor-owned electric companies and public power companies to realize new revenue resources in times of flat or declining loads. After being in existence for more than 100 years, the electric power and transportation sectors are experiencing important changes at a rapid pace. The push for greener technologies and an increase in PEV availability have made electrification of the transportation sector believable

  • Track 19-1: Supporting Grid Modernization
  • Track 19-2: Energy Storage to Grid
  • Track 19-3: PEV Flexible Charging
  • Track 19-4: Smart Cities