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Conference - Clean Energy in European Islands - 2018

CONFERENCE, ATHENS APRIL 23-24, 2018


CLEAN ENERGY IN EUROPEAN ISLANDS


Objectives and Scope of the Conference


European islands are a very special and interesting part of Europe with their own identity, culture, landscape and development; however also with increased infrastructure requirements due to their remote character and distance from the mainland.

There is a continuously growing interest and focus of the EU and national governments to investigate and identify the most efficient and effective methods, tools and technologies in order to make the transition towards Clean Energy in the European islands. The transition to clean energy will result in reduced energy costs using the latest technologies, better energy security for islands, improved air quality, lower greenhouse gas emissions, less impact on islands' natural environment as well as in the creation of new jobs and business opportunities, boosting islands' economic self-sufficiency.

In this context and taking into account that Greece is an EU country with a very high number of populated islands, Piraeus University of Applied Science organises the (first) CLEAN ENERGY IN EUROPEAN ISLANDS Conference (April 24, 2018) that intends to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and expand the discussion on the clean energy projects implementation in European islands to a wider audience including researchers, practitioners, politicians and – mainly – European island stakeholders for the optimal transition in clean energy for the benefit of the island communities.

Conference Organisation

The event will be held in Athens, Greece in the premises of Piraeus University of Applied Science (PUAS), on April 24, 2018. The event is organised by the Soft Energy Applications and Environmental Protection Laboratory of PUAS (www.sealab.gr) along with SAPIENZA, CRES, UNIZAG and CEA, all partners of PRISMI –INTEREG Project (https://prismi.interreg-med.eu/).

All Conference delegates are invited to attend the Experts’ Workshop that will be held in PUAS on April 23, 2018 related to the Clean Energy prospect in the Greek Islands. There is no fee incurred for the attendance of both events.

The topics of the event have been selected in order to continue recently started discussions on the very interesting subject of Clean Energy Projects implementation in the European islands.


Organisational issues – Contact details

 

For any information concerning the conference please contact:
phone/fax number:

+30-210-5381430

Email: cleanenergy_islands@puas.gr

Scientific Themes – Thematic Areas of the Conference

The presentations of the Conference (either oral or poster presentations) may originate either from scientific and research activities or from professional / practical experience. Both categories of presentations are very much welcome in the event as long as they provide insight and contribute to the advancement in the field.

 

The most important themes of the event may be described as follows:

  1. European islands, geographical, cultural and economic features in the prospect of new energy projects implementation
  2. European islands current status in the energy and water infrastructure
  3. Clean energy projects in the European islands
  4. The coordinated effort to increase RES penetration in the European islands – economic and technological issues
  5. Political and regulatory factors for the successful implementation of clean energy projects – the role of EU and national governments
  6. Novel funding tools – novel technologies to facilitate and support clean energy projects in the islands

Based on these topics, but also open to interesting new ideas and proposals, we are proud to announce that Clean Energy in the European Islands Conference is now open for abstracts and papers. The event intends to be the first in a series or relevant events that will follow the progress in the real implementation of clean energy projects in Europe.


PUBLICATION POLICY


Selected papers of excellent quality and innovative character will be published in a special issue of Renewable Energy Journal. Please indicate whether you are interested in the RENE Journal publication.



One A4 page Abstract will be submitted no later than February 28, 2018. The Abstract should be written according to the template provided and should contain:

  • The Title of the Work
  • The names and affiliations of the authors
  • The name of the presenting Author
  • The Objectives, Background and Results of the work
  • The Thematic Area as described above
  • Potential (or existing) applications of the work

A template of the abstract page can be found here


ACCOMMODATION PROPOSALS 

“For more information and reservation, please contact cleanenergy_islands@puas.gr

1. ELECTRA PALACE ATHENS
Current indicative price: 170 €/day
Distance from Syntagma square: ± 500 m, 5 minutes by walking 
Phone : +30.210.3370000
Website : https://www.electrahotels.gr/en/athens/electra-palace-athens/

2. ELECTRA HOTEL ATHENS
Current indicative price: 130 €/day
Distance from Syntagma square: ± 250 m, 3 minutes by walking 
Phone : +30.210.3370000
Website : https://www.electrahotels.gr/en/athens/electra-athens/

3. ELECTRA METROPOLIS ATHENS
Current indicative price: 130 €/day
Distance from Syntagma square: ± 500 m, 5 minutes by walking 
Phone : +30.210.3370000
Website : https://www.electrahotels.gr/en/athens/electra-athens/

4. AMALIA HOTEL
Current indicative price: 135 €/day
Distance from Syntagma square: ± 200 m, 3 minutes by walking 
Phone : +30.210.3237300
Website : http://amaliahotelathens.gr/ 

5. ATHENS CYPRIA HOTEL
Current indicative price: 90 €/day
Distance from Syntagma square: ± 150 m, 2 minutes by walking 
Phone : +30.210.3238034-8
Website : http://athenscypria.com/ 

There are also many other hotels close to the center of Athens that you may consider, only a close distance from Syntagma Square. Indicatively, the participants can have a look at the hotels:  Titania, Royal Olympic, Saint George Lycabettus, Athens Gate and many others. 

Scientific Committee


Kaldellis J.K. (Chairman) Piraeus University of Applied Science
Astasio Garcia Davide Sapienza University of Rome
Kalogirou S. Cyprus University of Technology, Elsevier
Katsaprakakis D. TEI of Crete
Kavadias K. Piraeus University of Applied Science
Kondili E.M. Piraeus University of Applied Science
Kourkoulis St. National Technical University of Athens
Krajacic Goran University of Zagreb
Notton G. Université de Corse Pascal Paoli
Papadopoulos A. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Rikos Ev. Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving - CRES
Tseles D. Piraeus University of Applied Science
Vlachos S. Cyprus Energy Agency
Zafirakis D. Piraeus University of Applied Science
Zorlos P. Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving - CRES

Organising Committee


Kondili Emilia, M. (chair) Piraeus University of Applied Science
Kaldellis John K. Piraeus University of Applied Science
Kaldellis Kleanthis. J. Piraeus University of Applied Science
Kiatipis Athanasios Piraeus University of Applied Science
Moustris Constantinos Piraeus University of Applied Science
Nomikos George Piraeus University of Applied Science
Papapostolou Christiana Piraeus University of Applied Science
Perakis Christoforos Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving - CRES
Spyropoulos George Piraeus University of Applied Science
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