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International Congress on Materials and Renewable Energy

1-3 July 2013 - Athens (Greece)

A first truly International Conference on Materials and Renewable Energy to be hosted in Athens, Greece, and supported by The University of Bolton.  We aim to offer Academics, Industrial personnel as well as Government bodies with a forum to present and discuss recent and emerging technologies in Materials for Alternative methods for generating and harvesting energy. 

The Conference will bring together professionals in Materials and Renewable Energy related field, a multidisciplinary platform to learn more about the latest scientific updates and current industry standards. Participants will explore in depth knowledge of the cutting edge research and business investment activities occurring throughout the International Renewable Energy community.

Your support will certainly make tremendous contribution to this event and we believe that this well organised congress will offer an opportunity to you and your association to raise your profile and encourage more companies and individuals to network.  Following are Symposia, under which many topics will be presented during the Congress:

Renewable Energy
(Solar Thermal Conversion, Solar PV Technologies, Bio-energy, Wind Energy, Waste to Energy, Other Renewable Energy Resources, Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems).

Advanced Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage
(Nano-structures for Energy, Application, Materials for Fuel Cells, Materials for Renewable Energy Conversion, Materials for High-Temperature Generators, Hydrogen Storage, Electrochemical Energy Storage: Batteries and Super Capacitors, Materials for Dye Sensitised Solar Cells, Materials for Solid-State Lighting).

Energy Efficiency and Conservation
(Energy Conservation Measures, Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Energy Efficiency in Industrial and Commercial Sectors, Energy Efficiency in the Transport Sector, Direct Heating and Cooling, Energy Efficiency Standards).

Energy Modelling and Simulation
(Energy Optimisation, Energy Forecasting, Energy Simulation Models, Uncertainty and Risk Analysis Models).

Emerging Energy Technologies
(Smart Grids, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy, Micro- and Nano-technologies, Heat pumps & Heat pipes, Electric Vehicles, Micro Grids, Combined Cycle and Co-generation Power plants, Clean Coal Technologies, Artificial Photosynthesis, Other Novel Energy Technologies).




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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 6419747th FWP