3rd International Conference on Energy and Sustainability (Energy 2011)

Venue: \'La Sede\', University of Alicante

Location: Alicante, Spain

Event Date/Time: Apr 11, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 13, 2011
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The world’s economic system is driven by energy. Few of the advances made in the past two centuries would have been possible without the large-scale exploitation of fossil fuels. Resources depletion and predictions of severe environmental effects deriving from continued use of fossil fuels are spurring renewed interest in sustainable energy. The effort that will be required to shift from a fossil fuel-based economy to one hinged on sustainability is massive, requiring advances in the basic sciences (materials, electrochemistry and heat transfer to name a few) through to systems engineering (buildings, electric grids, transportation) and all the way to international policymaking.

The evolution of new energy technologies and systems cannot follow the compartmentalised model that has worked so well in the past, because of the time constraints imposed by oil depletion and climate change. All parts of the new energy economy are strongly interlinked, and researchers in the field must be aware of the entire enterprise to maximize their own contribution. This conference offers an opportunity for scientists, professionals, policymakers and other parties to review recent developments in this rapidly changing environment.

The conference will cover topics related to sustainability in energy production, energy storage and distribution and energy management. The meeting is expected to be as successful as the two previous conferences, the first held in the Wessex Institute of Technology, New Forest, UK (2007) and the second in Bologna, Italy (2009).

Conference topics include;
- Renewable Energy Technologies
- Energy Management
- Energy Policies
- Energy and the Environment
- Energy Analysis
- Energy Efficiency
- Energy Storage and Management
- Conversion Process for Biomass and Biofuels
- CO2 Sequestration and Storage