It is a known fact that population growth will lead to huge increase in energy demand, and the world population in the year 2100 is expected to be in excess of 12 billion. If we continue the policy of using coal, oil and gas at the present rate, then by the year 2020 the global temperature will have increased by two degrees Celsius. If we intend to do something about our planet and to create a healthy environment for the generations to come, then we must all actively utilize green energy in our daily life.

The theme of ICGEA 2019 is bridging and connecting – across disciplines, practices, places and understandings. The most interesting things happen at edges and boundaries, and so the aim of the conference is to demonstrate and examine different approaches in innovative green energy solutions.

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Author guidelines

All accepted (Registered & Presented) papers of ICGEA 2019 will be published in the conference proceedings, reviewed by IEEE Xploreand indexed by Ei Compendex, and Scopus.

Topics of submission

Greening the Fossil Fuels
Sustainable coal use and clean coaltechnologies
Natural gas research anddevelopment
Carbon and Methane capture,storage and utilization
Renewable Energy for Power and Heat
Green Power
Wind energy
Energy and Water
Energy and Health
Solar thermal and photovoltaics
Geothermal energy
Electric Power Generation,
Transmission and Distribution
Power system economics, operationand control
Microgrid and active distribution
network management
FACTS and HVDC controllers
Protection, reliability, and restructuring of power systems
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy
Transformation of power grids to smart grids
Regulatory policies and program for implementation and control
Energy storage and cyber security
​Energy efficiency in building designs and management
Sustainable materials for buildings
Integration of renewable energy
sources in buildings
Greening Urbanization and Urban Settlements
Rapid urbanization and energyenvironmental implications
Settlement forms and functions and energy
Low carbon city scenarios, plans and actions
Green Policies and Programmes
National bioenergy programmes:
economic, political and social issues
Bioenergy supply management strategies
Mainstreaming low-carbon innovations
MDGs and Green Energy
Income generation with green energy
Green energy and energy access
Green energy and social benefits
Increasing energy access with clean resources
Rural Development
Green Energy
Energy in food production and processing
Green Energy Education and Training


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Important dates

  • Conference Dates

    16 Mar.



    18 Mar.


Contact information

  • 韩肖清