Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Advanced Energy Materials 2018

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With the triumph of the Materials science 2017, Conference series Ltd brings you another opportunity in the form of “International conference on Advanced energy materials and Research” which is going to be held during August 13-14, 2018 at Dublin, Ireland.
As the global energy demand is drastically shot up, monumental efforts have been made to analyse and discover novel materials which impact the fruition of energy-related technologies. Yet further solutions that enable more efficient, viable and sustainable means of energy generation and storage are critically needed. This conference will bring together leading international scientists with diverse perspectives to discuss today’s research and development efforts on materials for energy, as well as to explore challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. The conference will feature three main sessions including electrochemical energy storage, solar energy conversion, and emerging materials and devices.
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We encourage submission of papers for the following types of contribution: Oral presentation, Poster presentation, Workshop, Company Presentations and virtual presentations.
Advanced Energy Materials 2018 aims to proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst the professionals, industrialists and students from research areas of Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Chemistry and Physics to share their research experiences and indulge in interactive discussions and technical sessions at the event. The Conference will also have a space for companies and/or institutions to present their services, products, innovations and research results.
Important and Scope:
There are 1.4 billion people living without access to electricity and an additional 2 billion living with unsafe and inadequate sources of electricity. People don’t always require energy just when the grid is on, when the sun is out, when the wind is blowing, or, in the oldest of storage applications, when water is available. Without storage, most energy solutions would be wasted. Energy must be stored whenever accessible or available.
Energy storage is crucial for the most basic activities, for example, lighting a home at night or maintaining access to a mobile phone for longer than one day. In most emerging markets, however, it’s not as simple as plugging a phone into the wall: the grid’s power supply may be down or the user is paying for every minute of charging at a local merchant’s shop. Even for those users with off-grid, decentralized solutions, storage is essential. Most renewable energy systems, solar home systems for example, come with a battery because you don’t need lights when the sun is out.

Energy storage systems are in operation or under development in nearly every Europe state.  These projects range from small projects that recycles electricity from mass transit system to the very large reservoirs and pumping facilities.  Energy storage is at work in a host of new and exciting applications across four main categories: electrical, mechanical, thermal, and chemical. Examples in the electric category include superconducting magnetic energy storage and capacitors.  Pumped hydroelectric power, compressed air, and flywheels represent mechanical storage mechanisms.  Batteries are the most common type of chemical storage, and ice is the most common form of thermal storage. Energy storage supports the integration of renewable energy generation.

Energy storage can also help cut emissions as it takes more of the load off fossil-fuel generation.  Peaking generation is one of the most costly and wasteful aspects of the grid, so making existing generation go further and avoiding capital and resource-intensive new facilities would make a significant contribution to our environmental priorities.  By supporting an all-of-the-above energy strategy, storage will also help accelerate our drive to energy independence.

Conference Highlights