POWER-GEN Europe announces call for papers

POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe are accepting abstracts for the 2014 joint conference tracks which will be held at Koelnmesse in Cologne, Germany from 3-5 June.

The theme for next year is ‘Navigating the Power Transition’ and conference sessions will focus on the availability of renewable energy to satisfy the demands of the current and future energy market as well as small scale renewables and new advancements in hybrid power plants. The German concept ‘Energiewende’ will also be a hot topic as the European Union prepares to implement its low carbon initiatives.

The renowned multi-track conference provides a unique platform to network with industry professionals and leading thinkers as they discuss the prominent issues facing this field. The renowned conference is divided into nine tracks covering all aspects of this sector including: renewable energy technology; changes in the European power sector; advanced steam plants and gas fired generation to name a few. A comprehensive list of suggested conference topics can be found here.

The POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe Advisory Board, a committee of industry leading professionals , is responsible for selecting the content of the conference from submitted abstracts. The deadline for abstracts is 20th September 2013.

The multi-track conference programme is complemented by the region’s largest exhibition in energy generation where major players in the industry showcase their latest technologies and expertise in the renewable and thermal energy sector.

With POWER-GEN playing host to more than 12,200 attendees from over 100 countries, the prestigious event offers a rare opportunity for large and small businesses to interact as well as providing exposure to top leadership in the power generation industry.

Instructions for Submitting Abstract
Call for papers document


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