EET-CEA 2018 : Energy Efficient Technologies - Crowd Energy Applications
Call For Papers
Call for Papers
Journal of Electronic Science and Technology
4th Edition of Special Section on
Energy-Efficient Technologies—Crowd Energy Applications
The digital (R)evolution offers tremendous opportunities for the ambitious energy targets of this world as well as for utilities, e.g. bottom-to-bottom energy provision models (Crowd Energy) are no longer just theory but reality. But there are also risks, both in terms of cybersecurity and management. Energy-efficient technologies (EET) and renewable energy technologies have developed from fringe innovations to a core component of multiple socio-technical systems, successfully competing with “conventional” technologies in various markets and being the focus of a sizable and ever-growing field of scientific research. The focus of applying EET to create “smart” and sustainable environments is the improvement of human well-being and reduced energy and resource consumption. A higher degree of decentralization and Crowd Energy Applications are the basis for a smarter future. In these environments, the roles of an increasing number of people are changing from customers to prosumers. For a successful and sustainable design of smart environments, it is essential to analyze and discuss not only technical dimensions, but also sociological, economic, and political aspects, all of whom combine to enable successful transitions to more sustainable systems of the future.
Authors are invited to submit unpublished papers, which are not under review in any other conference or journal, in the following topic areas, but not limited to:
♦ Crowd energy models, methods, technologies, applications
♦ Business models for decentralized energy generation
♦ Service innovation for decentralized energy generation
♦ Transformations of energy systems towards more
sustainable, decentralized configurations
♦ Socio-political aspects of energy prosumer behavior
♦ Energy prosumer’s decision making processes
♦ Security in terms of crowd energy and smart living
♦ Smart living demands: Technology, socio-economic, politics
♦ Energy Systems at smart building and neighborhood scale
♦ Legal Aspects for energy prosumers
♦ Smart metering and dynamic pricing
♦ Energy-aware and energy-efficient computing
♦ Energy-efficient communication, networking, and protocols
♦ Energy-efficient storage systems
♦ Efficient power generation/conversion
♦ Efficient power transmission/distribution
♦ Energy-efficient transport and logistics
♦ Energy monitoring and management
Paper Submission Deadline: 30th June, 2018
Accepted Paper Notification: 20th July, 2018
Final Paper Deadline: 31st August, 2018 (WORD version in JEST template style)
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