Life and Earth Sciences and Sustainable Global and Regional Development (AKTRU2019)
International Symposium and Summer Schools

Altai Mountains, Russia, July 8-19, 2019

Renewable Energy for Remote Regions

    Chair: Stephen Goodnick

    No human society can survive without energy sources which is delivered to us in the forms of electricity, gasoline, propane and hot water to provide people with comfortable living, transportation, food supplies, communication and everything else which implies to modern civilization. Renewable or alternative energy is often associated with sustainable global and regional development and implies the energy sources “which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat” (Wikipedia)

    Use of renewable energy sources in isolated remote regions is of particular interest since there is less or no waste is being collected and no electricity or pipe lines from far away sources are required thus make those regions more sustainable in their socio-economical development.

    Renewable Energy Workshop is a summit for science, technology and business experts in development and application of sustainable and ecologically friendly energy technologies particularly suitable for isolated and remote regions including but not limited to solar energy, batteries fuel cells, wind and biofuels.

    Submission process requires online registration and abstract submission at the AKTRU2019 conference web site. Please, indicate Renewble Energy Workshop in the comment box on the abstract submission page.

    Speakers include:

  • Dominic Gervasio, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA
    Power and Energy Sources for Off-grid Applications
  • Stephen Goodnick, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
    Renewable and Environmentally Friendly Energy Sources for Remote Locations
  • Alex Laikhman, Holon Institute of Technology, Holon, Israel
    Adsorption and Intercalation of Hydrogen on/into WS2 Nanoparticles for Solid State Energy Storage: Modelling and Experiment
  • Vladimiro Mujica, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
    Controlling Electrode Potential Profiles: A Theoretical and Experimental Challenge for Solar Energy Devices

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