WWEA, TERI Extend Paper Submission Deadline for WWEC2021 amid Covid-19 Pandemic

On the back of the Covid-19 pandemic, the deadline for the online submission of paper abstract till March 31, 2021, for the WWEC2021 has been extended by the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

April 23, 2021. By Manu Tayal

On the back of the Covid-19 pandemic, the deadline for the online submission of paper abstract till March 31, 2021, for the WWEC2021 has been extended by the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

The 19th World Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition (WWEC2021) will be hosted jointly by WWEA and TERI, scheduled on 24-26 November 2021 in New Delhi, India.

This year WWEC2021 theme is “Powering the World with Wind and Sun”, and the event has been supported by the International Solar Alliance (ISA), the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) and the Indian Wind Power Association (IWPA).

Further, all the abstracts must be written in English, with concise and clearly stated results, including objectives or key components of the paper – as well as the topic to which it belongs. Also, they will not exceed 500 words and will contain a list of key words.

Also, the participants will have to choose one of the presentation types i.e. Oral presentation or Poster presentation.

The notification of the accepted papers to the first Author will be sent by May 31, 2021, and the publication of programme has been scheduled on 30 June 2021.

Abstracts have been invited on the following topics:

Global Trends & Initiatives

  • Energy Transition
  • National Policy Frameworks and Commitments
  • Energy Access and Energy Security
  • Regional and Transnational Networks
  • Corporate Movements
  • Electrification of Transportation
  • SDGs

Cost – Economics, Investments and Risks

  • Auctions and Tariffs
  • Low Cost Financing and Risk Mitigation
  • Tariff Determination and Models
  • Policies for Financial, Fiscal and Regulatory Benefits
  • Cost & Procurement

Employment, SME, Community Power

  • Community Power Models
  • Role of SMEs
    • Generation
    • Supply Chain
  • Start-ups, Business Innovation
  • Social inclusion and Gender equality and empowerment of Women

Make in India (India Specific Theme)

  • Manufacturing and Supply Chain
  • Policy Evolution
  • Skill Development
  • Investments
  • Cross-Border Markets and economic Impact

Offshore Windfarms

  • Technology Evolution
  • Floating Offshore
  • Offshore Potential
  • Offshore Logistics & Infrastructure
  • Vessels and Jackships
  • Met-Ocean
  • Permits & Procedures
  • Submarine works & installations

Distributed Generation, Mini & Microgrids and Small Power

  • Renewable Energy mini grids
  • Smart Power and Role of IOT
  • Prosumer Models
  • Powering Islands and Villages
  • Rooftop Solar & Wind

Standards & Certifications and best Practices

  • Wind Power Systems
  • Solar Power Systems
  • Interconnection/ Grid
  • Operations

Storage Systems

  • Hydro Reservoirs
  • Chemical Batteries
  • Thermal Storage
  • Mechanical Storage
  • Other Storage Systems

Resource assessment

  • Wind Resource Assessment
    • Emerging Approaches
    • Case studies
    • Wake models
    • Uncertainty Analysis
    • Meso maps
  • Solar Resource Assessment
  • Potential Assessments
  • Instrumentation, Calibration & Measurements
  • Models for assessment
  • Climate change and impacts on resources

Green Hydrogen Economy

  • Technology
  • Feasibility
  • Transportation and Storage

Technology innovations

  • Wind turbine technology
  • Mechanical Transmission
  • Rotor Blades
  • New materials including Applications of Nano technology
  • Solar Cells and Modules
  • New Generation Solar Cells
  • Floating solar
  • New Solar Appliances e.g. for Water purification, Pumping, Cooking

Manufacturing

  • Solar PV
  • Wind Turbines
  • Component manufacturers and ancillary industry

Grid Integration

  • Grid integration strategies at Utility and Distribution Transformer Levels
  • Grid strengthening through Renewable Energy Generation
  • Smart Grid Technologies
  • Managing variability
    • Assessment of Generation Flexibility
    • With battery back up
    • Hybrid of wind and solar

System Performance Monitoring, Evaluation, Prediction and Safety

  • Forecasting (day ahead and long term)
  • Predictive models based on big long-term data
  • Application of AI, Bigdata and Robotics in Wind and Solar for O&M
  • Cyber security models, products, services, for the Wind and Solar systems using the IoT and other digital applications.

Business models

  • Utility scale
  • Decentralized level (grid connected and off-grid)
  • Ancillary services

Integrated Solutions: Round the Clock/Year Renewable Energy Supply

  • Hybrid Systems both on- and off- grid
  • 100% renewable energy systems
  • Off-grid Wind Energy Systems
  • Virtual Power Plants

Cyber security models, products, services, for the Wind and Solar systems using the IoT and other digital applications

Success stories/ Case Studies; Wind and solar farm design and development; There will also be an ‘All the Renewables’ Session.

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