Energy Systems Conference 2018

19-20 June 2018 | QEII Centre, Westminster, London, UK

To meet future global energy needs, in ways that are safe, secure, sustainable and affordable, we need a more integrated, intelligent energy system. This is only achievable if we consider all parts of the system and how they interact, all types of participant and all possible technologies; by necessity, this requires a cross-disciplinary approach.

The Energy Systems Conference series brings together researchers, academia, industry, investors and policymakers to explore the most suitable and efficient ways to design, finance and build better and more sustainable energy systems.

The conference aims to provide a forum to:

  • Identify and seek to address the flaws and gaps for energy systems across aspects including policy, investment, technology, attitudes, management and security.
  • Examine new thinking about the structures, processes and policies that are needed to ensure effective integration between different parts of the energy system, from end users to resources.
  • Reflect on case studies from the real world.
  • Discuss how the cost of energy systems can be optimised and how to drive a step change in investment.

Abstracts are invited for oral and poster presentations on the conference topics. Please submit abstracts using the Online Submission Form according to the abstract preparation guidelines.

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Energy Systems 2016 Conference Chair, Keynote and Confirmed Speakers

The Conference Chair, Keynote and Invited Speakers for Energy Systems 2018 Conference are still to be confirmed.

Organised by
 
  • Elsevier
  • Energy Institute

Supporting Publications