The Second IEEE International Conference on Energy Internet (ICEI 2018) will be held on May 21-25, 2018, at Beijing, China. The conference venue will be the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications Hotel

Energy Internet is an Internet-style solution for bottom-up construction of energy infrastructure and applications. The key principle of Energy Internet is decentralized coordination of energy production and consumption that enable open and peer-to-peer energy sharing. The ideal of Energy Internet is iterative balance among energy generation, storage and consumption in real time. By allowing high-level awareness and involvement in the form of cooperation and interaction, secure and reliable delivery of energy is achieved by efficient scheduling, distribution and routing across peers of energy cells in Energy Internet. 

IEEE ICEI 2018 will focus on related research areas such as architecture and design, energy switching and routing, information and communication technology, energy management systems, as well as energy market and trading for Energy Internet. This conference provides a platform for researchers, academics and industries from multidisciplinary domains to share their knowledge, ideas and working experiences for Energy Internet. The goal of this event is to promote more sophisticated technologies and applications for the benefit of improved economic and environmentally friendly energy utilization across the global.


Conference: May 21-24, 2018

Call for paper

Author guidelines

 Full paper submission site online: Jan 10, 2018

- Full paper submission deadline is EXTENDED to Mar 23, 2018

- Notification of acceptance: Apr 15, 2018

- Final submission deadline: Apr 23, 2018

     Please note that your final paper should be submitted via!/auth/login?ak=1&pid=6Pm0a2c1MunQaTt7KgsSuA

Topics of submission

  • Architecture and Design of Energy Internet

  • Modeling, Simulation and Analysis
  • Cyber-Physical System Security
  • Demonstration Engineering and Applications
  • Complex Network Theory based Energy Internet

  • Energy Switching and Routing for Energy Internet

  • Renewable Energy Generation
  • Large Scale Energy Storage
  • Flexible AC/DC Distribution
  • Energy "Routers", "Computers" and "Protocols"
  • Electrical Vehicles

  • Information and Communication for Energy Internet

  • Monitoring and Measurement
  • Energy Internet Enabled Data Centers
  • Software Defined Energy Internet
  • Big Data Analysis
  • Mobile Edge Computing for Energy Internet

  • Smart Devices in Energy Internet

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAVs) in Energy Internet
  • Internet of electric vehicles for energy Internet
  • Power scheduling for charging electric vehicles
  • Modeling and simulation for the interaction of grids and automatic driving

  • Energy Management Systems for Energy Internet

  • Complementary Scheduling and Optimization of Multiple Energy Flows
  • Coordination of Energy Sources, Networks, Storage, and Loads
  • Power Quality and Power Experience
  • Artificial Intelligence for Energy Internet
  • Demand Side Management and Response

  • Energy Market and Trading for Energy Internet

  • Block Chains
  • User Centric Energy Services
  • Cost-effectiveness Analysis for Energy Internet Engineering
  • Value Driven Energy Management


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Contact information

  • Yan Tian

Sponsored By

  • Xiangming Wen, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

Supported By

  • IEEE Computer Society
    North China Electric Power University - NCEPU