Renewable Energy World Asia 2012
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Call for Papers Topics:


When submitting an abstract, you will be asked to select the topic for which you wish to submit your abstract. It is mandatory that you select at least one of the topics below.


Your abstract will be submitted to our Advisory Board for review and consideration.  Following their decision, you will be notified as to the status of your submission.   


The themes and topics proposed are:


Strategic Topics

• Future Renewable Energy Mix

• Renewable Energy Certificate Initiatives

• Building a Domestic Manufacturing Industry

• Offshore Wind Potential

• How to Achieve Grid Parity

• Project Development & Financing (Clean Energy Funding)

• Risk Management, Insurance, Return on Investment, Acquiring RE Projects

• Incentives for Renewables

• Rural Electrification Utilizing Renewable Energy

• Renewable Energy Policy & Strategy

• Attracting Domestic & Foreign Investment

• Regulatory Issues

• Manufacturing and Equipment Supply & Construction Capacity Constraints

• Building an Export Market

• Addressing the Skilled Manpower Shortage

• Realistic Pricing/Tariffs

• Electric Vehicles, Fleet Management and Renewables

• Accessing Equity Capital for Renewable Energy


Technology Topics

• Offshore Wind

• Onshore Wind

• Small Wind

• Solar Photovoltaics

• Concentrating Solar Photovoltaics

• Concentrating Solar Thermal

• Solar Thermal Heating and Cooling

• Geothermal Power and Heat Engines

• Biomass/Biogas/Bioliquids

• Hybrid Power Plants, (Solar CCGT & Solar Coal, Solar PV And Thermal)

• On-Site Renewables and Building Integration

• Grid Integration (Connection, Smart Grids & Micro Grids)

• Demand Side Management and Distributed Generation

• Operations and Maintenance

• Improving Forecasting, Remote Monitoring and Systems Management

• Energy Storage Systems

• Emerging Renewables

• Forecasting of Wind Power

• Site Assessment

• Resource Assessment


Hydropower Topics

• Policy/Markets and Financing/Regulatory Risk And Security/ Environmental Impacts

• Land Acquisition/Resettlement/ Rehabilitation

• Life Extension/Repowering/ Renovation/Operations and Maintenance Best Practices/Reliability and Safety

• Supply Chain Issues and Development

• Regional Issues – Resource Management and Regional Development / Mekong Development

• New Hydro and Novel Technologies

• Pumped Storage/Grid Balancing/Integrating Variable Renewable Capacity

• Dams and Hydraulic Structures/Spill Ways/Gates/Raceways/Tunneling

• Turbine/Generator Advances

• Small/Micro Hydro/Run of River Developments

• O&M/Diagnostics and Monitoring

• Site Assessment

• Resource Assessment

Fish Passage/Protection

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