With the increasing population, the demand for energy is also ever rising. The developing countries needs additional affordable and reliable electricity to fuel its social and economic development. Ideally, meeting this demand would be preferred to be carbon-neutral. Being the most abundant source of renewable energy, solar is set to be the steady source of energy for the developing economies. Increasing the potential of renewables in conceivable de-mand, however the resources are irregular and difficult to integrate to the electric grids. Variation in the radiation from sun causes production of electricity to fluctuate. As a result, photovoltaic systems prove to be low â€“level relia-bility in production. This increases the need for the solar power systems to be refined through research and develop-ment. CONSOLE 2018 provides the perfect opportunity to do so, as it aims to provide an ideal platform for industry leading researchers, technology developers, industrial players and supply chain partners to converge. Bringing the pioneers together the conference aims to promote the methodologies, exchange of ideas and the way forward to commerciali-sation.
The various themes are:
The Programme will include invited papers whose aim will be to present the main issues relevant to the above themes and application areas, thus providing additional impetus for an open exchange of ideas.
Abstracts of about 300 words on any of the above topics are invited by the 1st December 2017. Upon review by the Technical Advisory Panel, notification will be given by the 26th January 2018.
Abstracts and full papers should be sent to email@example.com
All authors, co-authors, co-chairs (except the key note speakers) have to register for the conference.
The cost of the conference will be:
The registration fee includes Conference Proceedings in USB, Lunches and the Conference Dinner.
Date: 30-31 October 2018
Glasgow - TBC