2nd International Conference on Green Energy Production and Transfer Systems (ICGETS’22)

March 18-20, 2022.


Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline: Februaryr 9th, 2020 23:59 CET

Extended Paper Submission Deadline: February 9th, 2020 23:59 CET

Acceptance:  February 23rd, 2020 23:59 CET

Final paper upload: March 1st, 2020 23:59 CET

Call for papers
Only best papers which are related to proposed topics on " Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Renewable Energy Based Projects, and Digitalization " will be published in a Special Issue.

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call for papers

We are pleased to invite you to submit original contributions to ICGETS’22 via the Official Submission System ( Taylor & Francis series ).
Submissions can include technical, experimental, theoretical, conceptual, or survey papers.
All Submissions will be peer- reviewed with reference to relevance, originality, importance and clarity.

Papers publication. Proceedings:
Best papers will be selected to be published in Taylor & Francis series.


ICGETS’22, since its first edition, aims at nurturing energy trends including Renewable Energies, which are applicable in different fields. The charm about it is that it seeks to contribute to the world landscape changes and to give prominence to new energy systems and applications. Among these systems, and in addition to the classic PV and Wind – based energies, Marine energy is one of the prospected applications as a technology that can harvest the vast amount of energy stored in oceans.

Thereby, one of the main objectives of the conference is to deal with New Grid Generations that integrate renewable energies, being one of the main topics of fervent research and development at both industrial and academic levels. Indeed, these Grids are being envisaged to be electric grids of the future because of their intelligent and optimized control and decentralized operation and management.

For this third edition, Researchers, Experts and Scientists are warmly invited to enlighten and enrich the conference by their precious participations and discussions.


ICGETS’22 particularly welcomes papers on the following topics:
  • Smart Grid: Energy Informatics and Clean Energy

  • Renewable Energy systems and applications (Solar /Wind)

  • Technology and Education: Power and Energy Engineering

  • Green Energy Production and transfer systems


ICGETS’22 particularly welcomes papers on the following topics:

Track 1: Energy Informatics and Clean Energy for Smart Grids.

  • Smart home and buildings
  • Sustainable Energy diversity
  • Home to vehicle: H2V
  • Vehicle to Home : V2H
  • Vehicle to grid : V2G
  • Grid to Vehicle: G 2V
  • Demand Side Management, Smart Homes/Buildings, Zero Carbon Communities
  • Communication Systems and Information Technologies for Smart Grids
  • Distributed Generations, Renewable Energy Resources, Energy Hub
  • Power Electronics Applications in Smart/Micro Grids
  • Physical, Cyber and System Security for Smart Grids
  • Reliability and Energy Management in Smart Grids
  • Microgrids and Islanding Operation
  • Smart City and Internet of Things
  • Green Energy localization
  • Green Energy security
  • Smart Metering Infrastructure and Automation
  • Wide-Area Monitoring, Control, and Protection
  • Smart Grid Regulation, Standards, and Codes
  • Electric vehicles and system integration
  • Sustainable energy development
  • Sustainable Energy technology
  • Green Energy resources
  • Smart grid systems and applications
  • Smart cities
  • Smart building technology
  • Demand response
  • Plug-in electrical vehicles
  • Energy storage
  • Energy policy
  • Energy markets and market mechanisms
  • Energy management
  • Smart meters technology

Track 2: Solar and Wind Energy Systems and Applications.

  • Renewable Energy sources: towards Smart Grid
  • Renewable Energy : Application and Intelligent Systems
  • Renewable Energy and Systems: Education and Public Awareness
  • Renewable Energies: Design, Control
  • Renewable Energies: systems and Applications
  • Renewable Energy Applications: Mechanical Engineering
  • Renewable Energy Systems: Power Quality Improvement
  • Renewable Energies: Microgrids Design and Optimization
  • Renewable Energies: Microgrids Design and Energy Management
  • Renewable Energy Contributions: Electrical Grid Reliability
  • Renewable Energy Contributions: Weakness and Resilience
  • Renewable Energy Contributions: Towards Smart Grid
  • Renewable Energy Contributions: Cyber Security
  • Renewable Energy Contributions: Smart Grid and Big Data Analytics

Track 3: Marine Energy.

  • Tidal Energy
  • Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)
  • Wave Energy
  • Floating Solar Energy
  • Energy storage

Track 4: Power and Energy Engineering for Technology and Education.

  • Business Innovation Research
  • Uniform Methods Project
  • Energy Transition Initiative
  • Grid Modernization Initiative
  • Solar Decathlon
  • Advanced Materials for Energy Storage
  • Waste to Energy
  • Technology-to-Market
  • State and Energy Materials Network
  • Local Energy Efficiency Action Network
  • Workforce Development Advisory Board
  • Projects Partnerships
  • Bioenergy and Biotechnology
  • Nano Environmental Technologies
  • Advanced Materials for Energy Storage
  • Environmental impact of electricity generation
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Sustainable Development
  • Green Energy and Economy

Track 5: Green Energy Production & Transfer Systems.

  • Hydrogen production
  • Hydrogen storage
  • Hydrogen distribution
  • Fuel cells
  • Advanced power Systems monitoring instrumentation and novel sensor technologies
  • Power plant Diversity in modern substations
  • Substation automation and control
  • Power system metering and protection
  • Power quality
  • Green vehicles
  • Photovoltaic systems
  • Wind energy systems
  • Hybrid systems
  • Energy distribution systems
  • Energy storage systems
  • Energy management and transmission methodologies
  • Dynamic performance of Power system
  • Energy conversion and Electric machines

Track 6: Energy and Buildings

  • Energy conservation in built environment
  • Energy efficient buildings
  • Building physics
  • Energy sustainability and resilience
  • Climate adaptability
  • Evaluation and control of indoor thermal and lighting systems
  • Building's total performance and intelligent buildings
  • Links between architectural design, mechanical and lighting systems
  • Heat recovery systems
  • structure energy performance
  • Thermal energy storage
  • Modelling predictive control
  • renovation and embodied energy
  • Architectural structure: Life cycle energy and construction energy efficiency
  • Energy Efficient: External and internal design conditions
  • Building envelope materials
  • Energy demands and consumption in existing and future buildings
  • Prediction and validation
  • Indoor environment quality, including health
  • Natural, mechanical and mixed ventilation
  • Air distribution , district heating and cooling
  • Application of solar and other renewable energy sources
  • HVAC: Energy efficiency improvement measures
  • Technical systems in residential


IFGICT will award 3 Green IT Professional Exam Certifications + Course material to best 3 papers in the conference

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