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.
The theme of the second Energy Systems Conference will be “21st Century challenges” which speaks to the energy trilemma consisting of: 1) Affordable energy and its impact on jobs, wealth and productivity, 2) low carbon energy, and 3) energy security. Focussing especially on the coming 15 years, we will examine the global drivers affecting the energy system such as governmental policy commitments and objectives, global climate change commitments, investment patterns, technological evolution and resource constraints.
Using Elsevier's new ENERGY2016 app, you can browse the scientific programme by days, topic or speaker, create your own personal programme, locate rooms and exhibitor stands on the floor plans, and more. Before first use, you will need to download the latest conference data and then afterwards, you can use the app offline.
- July 13, 2016 Initial release