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3rd World Congress on Wind & Renewable Energy


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Conference Series warmly invites all the participants from all over the world to attend the “3rdWorld Congress and Exhibition on Wind & Renewable Energy” (Wind Energy 2019) at Barcelona, Spain during June 10-11, 2019 with the theme of "Green Energy and Environmental Protection".

Wind energy is haul out from air flow using wind turbines to create electrical power. Wind energy as an alternative to fossil fuels, is abundant, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas creations during operation and uses little land. The effects on the environment are usually less problematic than those from other power sources. Wind Energy 2019 is all about Planning, Operating, Grid integration, Aero dynamic noise cancellation, Urban wind Energy promotion, and upcoming prospects of wind & Renewable energy. Wind Energy 2019 will also include advancing international knowledge transfer in ice observing and early protections, challenges and case studies of wind energy. Wind Energy 2019 gets together experts, researchers, scholars and students from all areas of Wind Engineering, Electrical, Electronics Engineering, Control Engineering and other related areas, wind energy associations, creating Plant professionals, Developers, Wind turbine manufacturers.

Renewable energy is usually defined as energy that is composed from resources which are naturally refilled on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Renewable energy frequently provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) energy services. Sustainable energy is energy gained from non-exhaustible resources. By definition, sustainable energy serves the needs of the present without co-operating the ability of future generations to meet their requirements.

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The global wind energy market was worth $130 billion in 2013 and $165.5 billion in 2014. The market is estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.2% between 2015 and 2020 resulting in $176.2 billion in 2015 and $250 billion in 2020. The power sector is responsible for more than 40% of all carbon dioxide radiations from burning fossil fuels, and about 25% of our total greenhouse gas radiations. If we are going to make significant emission drops in the near to medium term, then we have to look at the power sector. In the period out to 2020, we don’t have excessively many selections.

Renewable energy commercialization includes the deployment of three generations of renewable energy skills dating back more than 100 years. First-generation tools, which are already mature and economically competitive, include biomass, hydroelectricity, geothermal power and heat. Second-generation tools are market-ready and are being organized at the present time; they include solar heating, photo voltaic, wind power, solar thermal power stations, and modern forms of bioenergy. Third-generation tools require continued R&D efforts in order to make large assistances on a global scale and include advanced biomass gasification, hot-dry-rock geothermal power, and ocean energy. As of 2012, renewable energy accounts for about half of new nameplate electrical capacity fixed and costs are continuing to fall.

Target Audience:

Engineers who are dedicated on the specific fields like Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, and Civil Engineering. Renewable Energy experts, Wind Turbine Producers, Environmental Engineers, Wind Turbine blade originators who are related to those topics. Wind Power Industries, Renewable Energy Industries, Software Publishing Houses focusing in Turbine Design software’s are the Prospective Exhibitors for the Respective Conferences. The European Wind Energy Association, World Wind Energy Association, American Wind Energy Association, Renewable Energy engineering institutes. Students and Delegates.

Scope and Importance:

Today, a fifth of the world’s electricity is produced by renewable energy. In 2016, there were 160GW of clean energy installations globally. This is 10% more than in 2015, but they cost almost a quarter less. New solar power gave the biggest boost, providing half of all new capacity, followed by wind power, which provided a third, and hydropower, which gave 15%. It was the first year in history that added solar capacity outstripped any other electricity-producing technology. Several countries have set steep capacity installation targets over the next 10 to 15 years, following COP21. Emerging giants such as China and India, aware of the excessive levels of pollution in many of their key cities, are leading this charge. Despite the US withdrawal, the targets in the Paris Agreement are still expected to be key drivers for future sector growth. The applications and use cases of renewable energy have broadened. Alongside electricity production, it is providing new solutions for mobility and energy security worldwide. The electric vehicle market is growing rapidly, with China leading the way, and European and American markets following suit. Countries like India are already targeting complete electrification of its vehicular fleet by 2030. The affordability and widespread use of electric vehicles is being driven in part by falling battery costs. These enable further energy stability solutions, including wind-solar hybrid generation, grid management using utility scale batteries, and plausible alternative power storage options such as pumped hydro or a gas grid to create an adequate balancing mechanism.

Why to attend?

With members from around the world concentrated on the ground of Wind Energy; this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assembly of participants from the global energy sector Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential turbines traders, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 2-days event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in Wind energy fields are hallmarks of this conference. Conference brings together experts, researchers, scholars and students from all areas of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Control Engineering, Mechanics and other related areas, Wind energy associations, Turbine traders, generating and planning professionals, Developers, Contractors, planning and Design, Consultancy, Turbines and controllers manufacturers.

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Track-1 Wind Power Technology and Instrumentation

Wind is a form of solar energy uneven heating of the atmosphere by the sun, the irregularities of the earth's surface, and the rotation of the earth. Wind power technologies used to generate mechanical power or electricity. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. This mechanical power can be used for specific tasks (such as grinding grain or pumping water) or a in the turbines generator can convert this mechanical power into electricity. The Wind turbines productivity can be boosted by — longer blades and taller towers — are the key factors to the next-generation research and development push to build a more powerful, efficient, durable and cost-effective turbine. Other important innovations are emerging to make turbine manufacturing easier and cheaper; create intelligent turbines that collect and interpret real-time data; and model and adjust wind plant flows and turbine configurations to maximize wind harvest.

Track-2 Wind Farm Construction

Wind farms are areas where many large wind turbines have been grouped together to “harvest" the power of the wind. These large turbines look a bit like super-tall, futuristic windmills. A large wind farm is the combination of many individual wind turbines distributed over an extended area, but the land between the turbines may be used for agricultural or other purposes. For example, Gansu Wind Farm, the largest wind farm in the world, has several thousand turbines. A wind farm may also be located offshore which refers to the construction of wind farms in large bodies of water to generate electric power. These installations can utilize the more frequent and powerful winds that are available in these locations and have less effect on the landscape than land based projects.

Track-3 Challenges in Wind and Renewable Energy

Main challenges in the wind and renewable energy nowadays is cost, occupancy of land and environmental hazard due to the higher voice pollution. Wind power must still compete with conventional generation and Renewable resources require a higher initial investment to reduce the cost effect. Good wind sites are often located in remote locations, far from cities where the electricity is needed. Transmission lines must be built to bring the electricity from the wind farm to the city. However, building just a few already-proposed transmission lines could significantly reduce the costs of expanding wind energy. Installation of wind turbines in the suitable land must compete with alternative uses for the land. Turbines must not cause noise and aesthetic pollution. Though wind power plant have little impact on environment than conventional power plants, although turbine blades could damage local wildlife. Birds have been killed by flying into spinning turbine blades. Most of these problems have been resolved or greatly reduced through technological development or by properly siting wind plants.

Track-4: Next Generation Wind Power

In the late 19th century settlers in America began using windmills to pump water for farms and ranches, and later, to generate electricity for homes and industry applications. Now wind power technology is showing rapid growth and much more helpful than conventional power generation. WETO worked with industry partners to improve the performance and reliability of system components. Knight and Carver's Wind Blade Division in National City, California, worked with researchers at the Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories to develop an innovative wind turbine blade that has led to an increase in energy capture by 12% The of the blade is a gently curved tip, which, unlike the vast majority of blades in use which have the unique and most distinctive characteristic is designed by Sweep Twist Adaptive Rotor (STAR) to take maximum advantage of all wind speeds, The National Renewable Energy Laboratory's National Wind Technology Center (NWTC) has driven acceleration to industries. Using computational fluid dynamics to develop the Simulator for Wind Farm Applications and other modelling and controls tools, which help wind farm operators minimize the impact of turbine wake effects by investigate plant performance under a full range of atmospheric conditions. By coordinating turbine controls to curtail wake effects, the overall wind power plant output could be increased by 4%–5%.

Track-5 Renewable and Sustainable Energy

Renewable energy is defined as energy sources that are naturally replenished on a human timescale and renewable energy technologies have been emerged from the industrial revolution in the first generation, at the end of the 19th century and include hydropower, biomass combustion and geothermal power and heat. Second-generation technologies include solar heating and cooling. Third-generation technologies are still under development and include advanced biomass gasification, bio refinery technologies, concentrating solar thermal power, hot dry rock geothermal energy and ocean energy. Sustainable energy is energy that is consumed at insignificant rates and should meet the future generation needs without compromising. Not all renewable energy is sustainable. The organizing principle for sustainability is sustainable development, which includes the four interconnected domains: ecology, economics, politics and culture. Renewable energy production surged in 2016, with around two-thirds – or 165 gigawatts – of net new capacity coming from clean sources. China is the undisputed renewable growth leader, accounting for over 40% of the total global clean energy mix by 2022.

Track-6 Solar Power Technology

Solar panels convert the sun's light in to usable solar energy using N-type and P-type semiconductor material. The solar energy knocks electrons loose from their atoms, allowing the electrons to flow through the material to produce electricity when sunlight is absorbed by these materials. This process of converting light to electricity is called the photovoltaic (PV) effect. Currently solar panels convert light spectrum and infrared ultraviolet spectrum to usable solar energy. The new technologies of solar power are Solar Hot Water Heating water with solar energy Solar Electricity Using the sun's heat to produce electricity. Passive Solar Heating and Daylighting Using solar energy to heat and light buildings. Solar Process pace Heating and Cooling Industrial and commercial uses of the sun's heat. Commercial concentrating solar power (CSP) plants, also called "solar thermal power stations", were first developed in the 1980s. The 377 MW Ivana Solar Power Facility, located in California's Mojave Desert, is the world’s largest solar thermal power plant project. Other large CSP plants include the Sol nova (150 MW), the Andosol (150 MW), and Entresol Solar Power Station (150 MW), all in Spain. The principal advantage of CSP is the ability to efficiently add thermal storage, allowing the dispatching of electricity over up to a 24-hour period. Since peak electricity demand typically occurs at about 5 pm, many CSP power plants use 3 to 5 hours of thermal storage.

Track-7 Hydro and Ocean Power Technology

Hydroelectric power, which in the sense the power produced by running water is the very common conventional way of generating electricity. In the United States, about 6 present of the electricity we use is generated by hydropower. In Germany, 3.5% hydropower was the most prevalent of all electricity generation sources in six states in 2017. Washington had the largest hydroelectricity share in 2017, at 72% of the state’s total electricity generation. Some hydroelectric power plants just use a small canal to channel the river water through a turbine. These are called run-of-river hydropower and another one is pumped-storage can even store power. Twice a day, ocean tides rise and fall which leads to the movement of large amount of water. This daily cycle of tidal motion can be harnessed to generate electricity. An emerging sector, called marine hydrokinetics, or "MHK", harnesses kinetic energy from the oceans' waves and tides to generate power. Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) is a process that converts the thermal energy in ocean water to electrical energy that people can use.

Track-8 Bio-Energy and Green Energy

Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. A biofuel is a fuel that is produced through contemporary biological processes, such as agriculture and anaerobic digestion, rather than a fuel produced by geological processes such as those involved in the formation of fossil fuels, such as coal and petroleum, from prehistoric biological matter.

Track-9 Graphene Technology in Power Generation

Graphene is a material that has gathered tremendous popularity in recent years, due to its extraordinary strength and light weight. It can be generated by literally peeling it off from graphite, or by growing it on top of various materials, which makes its production cost-effective. Graphene also has an excellent charge transport property, in which electrons moves at a speed of 1/30 of the speed of light much faster than any other material which opens up more possibilities for Graphene to be used in solar cells. The amount of sunlight that hits the Earth every 40 minutes is enough to meet global energy demands for an entire year this trick is used for producing energy and converting it into useful electricity. A new study has revealed that by tweaking Graphene can generate two electrons for every photon of light it receives which is double the amount of electricity currently converted in photovoltaic devices.

Track-10 Nano Technology for Renewable Energy

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Track-11 Modern and Alternate Energy

Alternative energy is an alternative to fossil fuel. Wind and hydroelectric power are the direct result of differential heating of the Earth's surface which leads to air moving about and as the air is a lifted precipitation form. Some alternative energy such as Solar energy is the conversion of sunlight into electricity using panels or collectors. Biomass energy is stored sunlight contained in plants. Geothermal energy, which is a result of radioactive decay in the crust combined with the original heat of accreting the Earth, and tidal energy is the conversion of gravitational energy. Some modern alternative energy devices have been invented such as Ortarkey chair Solar Boats, Sun Stash Portable Solar Power Charger, The Walk Car and Solar powered fan baseball cap, Solar Fire Starter

Track-12 Conversion of Waste to Energy

Energy from waste offers recovery of energy by conversion of non-recyclable and unusable materials through various processes including thermal and non-thermal technologies. Energy that is produced in the form of electricity, heat or fuel using gasification, pyrolization, or anaerobic, combustion digestion is clean and renewable energy, with reduced carbon emissions and minimal environmental hazardous than any other form of energy

Track-13 Global Energy Conservation

Energy conservation is a part of the concept of eco-sufficiency. In the year of 2006 the European Union pledged to reduce its annual consumption of primary energy by 20% by 2020. The Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA) is an Indian governmental body created in 1977 that engages in promoting energy efficiency and conservation in every walk of life. Since the 1973 oil crisis, energy conservation has been an issue in Japan. So the domestic sustainable energy is being developed by importing all oil based fuel. The U.S. Department of Energy categorizes national energy use in four broad sectors: transportation, residential, commercial, and industrial. Some other countries over the world have their own prospects about energy conservation.

Track -14 Global Trends in Renewable Energy Commercialisation and Investment

Global trends in renewable energy market, concentrating on investment flows over the past 12 years. The researcher aims to prove the inevitability of the extended deployment of alternative power technologies on international level. Global investment in renewable energy reached $285.9 Billion in 2015 made a record. Later in between 2006 and 2015, investment in renewable energy is $2.2 Trillion. Industry analysts forecast continued growth of renewable energy investment in coming years. The International Energy Agency projects cumulative renewable energy investment of $7.4 Trillion by 2040.

Track-15 Environmental and Ecological Effects of Energy Production and Consumption

The environmental impacts associated with solar power can include land use and habitat loss, water use, and the use of hazardous materials in manufacturing, These impacts vary greatly depending on the technology used—photovoltaic (PV) solar cells. Fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—do substantially more harm than renewable energy sources by most measures, including air and water pollution, damage to public health, water use, land use, wildlife and habitat loss, also global warming emissions

Track-16 Future Perspective of Power Generation/Supply

The present abundance of the energy resources in the world is roughly two-thirds fossil based and one-third nuclear and hydro. In the future, nuclear and hydro might take a larger share of the expansion due to environmental considerations. The total general mix is not expected to change more than marginally, however. Primary and not renewable energy resources are abundantly available. The main sources today are uranium, oil, natural gas and coal. For all these there are reserves that will last at least 40 years at the present level of consumption. These resources are basically sufficient for the planning of the next generation of power plants. Should a scarcity threaten, or one particular energy source for cost or environmental reasons lose competitiveness, market forces will take action. Exploration will increase, recovering technologies will be refined, utilization efficiencies will be increased, and substitutes will be used or developed. The threatening scarcity will not materialize. The potential for further hydrogenation expansion, a renewable source, is five times current production.

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Monday, 10th June DAY 1

08:30-09:00 Registrations
09:00-09:30 Introduction
09:30-09:50 COFFEE BREAK
09:50-11:50
Meeting Hall 01 KEYNOTE LECTURES
MEETING HALL 01 MEETING HALL 02
11:50-13:10 Talks On:
Wind Power Technology and Instrumentation
Talks On:
Wind Farms Construction
Challenges in Wind and Renewable Energy Off Shore Wind Technologies
Contribution towards Energy solution Contribution towards Energy solution
Wind Power Equipment’s design Confined Space Safety
wind Energy Innovations Wind Power Equipment’s design
13:10-13:15 GROUP PHOTO
13:15-14:00 LUNCH BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 MEETING HALL 02
14:00-16:00 Talks On: Challenges In Wind and Renewable
Energy Talks On: Next Generation Wind Power
Mass spectrometry for protein analysis Floating Wind Turbine technology
Challenges in Wind Energy Cost Compression
Challenges in Wind Power Technology Operation and maintenance
Materials and Structure Optimised blade design
Reliability and uncertainty modelling Improved accessibility
Electricity conversion Challenges in Wind Power Technology
16:00-16:20 COFFEE BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 (16:20-17:00) MEETING HALL 01 (17:00-18:00)
Young Researchers in Wind & Renewable
Energy Workshop

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Tuesday, 11th June DAY 2

09:00-10:30
Meeting Hall 01 KEYNOTE LECTURES
10:30-10:50 COFFEE BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 MEETING HALL 02
10:50-12:50 Talks On:
Renewable and Sustainable Energy
Talks On:
Solar Power Technology
Remote monitoring and control Solar irradiance
Thermal Energy Storage Solar Flux - Thermal Expansion
Energy efficiency Solar comb system
Smart-grid technology Solar chimney and sustainable architecture
12:50-13:35 LUNCH BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 MEETING HALL 02
13:35-15:55 Talks On:
Hydro and Ocean Power Technology
Talks On:
Bio Energy and Green Energy
Advances in hydro power technology Imperatives for Power Generation Industry
Optimizing Hydro power Systems for Power
and Environment Prospective Solutions
Hydro power Efficiency Projects Role of Biomass in these Solutions
Low-Head Hydro power Processes and Technologies in
Biomass-based Power Generation
Immunology and drug discovery
15:55-16:15 COFFEE BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 (16:15-17:00) MEETING HALL 01 (17:00-18:00)
Poster Presentations Workshop

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