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ISSN (print): 0306-2619
ISSN (online): 1872-9118
Journal Sheet: Applied Energy
Year of the Pubblication: 2021
01
Oct
2020
Abstract Submission Deadline
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Mar
2021
Paper Submission Deadline

Add to Calendar 10/01/2020 08:00 Europe/Rome Integration of Renwable Energy in Energy Systems, Perspectives on Investment, Technology, and Policy

Pressing environmental, social, and political challenges are accelerating Asian economies’ transition towards a resilient energy system. While the cost-competitiveness of solar and wind energy continues to improve, renewable energy consumption remains constrained by the lack of necessary policies, technologies, and infrastructure to manage intermittent generation from renewable energy sources. The intermittency caused by renewable energy sources makes balancing the energy system problematic and could impose a significant burden on power systems or even lead to more serious problems. Energy infrastructure such as energy storage technologies, smart grid, power-to-gas and other advanced technologies and applications could support stable, reliable, and sustainable renewable energy. However, investments in energy infrastructure require policies that address technological, financial, policy, and market barriers. Implementation of policies integrating intermittent renewable energy could reduce risks for investments in renewable energy. Papers included in the Special Issue will help policy makers to design policies integrating renewable energy and promoting investments in renewable energy. This special issue will feature the most recent developments and state-of-the-art in energy infrastructure development encompasses economics, technology, policy and governance, and many other aspects. The economic aspect of energy infrastructure development can be further divided into several thematic areas such as investments, business models, market designs, financing and cost-benefit analysis. The technology aspect of energy infrastructure development could include topics such as technology needs, technology adoption potentials, RD&D strategies, environmental impact assessment, innovation management, and technology roadmapping. The policy and governance aspect could include institutional arrangements, monitoring and compliance, safety and security of energy systems, penalty and/or incentive schemes, regulatory frameworks, and legislation. The targeted audience includes both academic researchers and industrial practitioners. The purpose of the SI is to provide a platform to enhance interdisciplinary research and share the most recent ideas in the above-related fields.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: Energy Economics; Investment and financing; Business models and market designs; Infrastructure development and related macroeconomic issues; Energy infrastructure under climatic conditions in Asia; Energy infrastructure reliability and resilience; Policy and regulation; Technology research, development, and demonstration strategies; Innovation policy and management; Implementation strategies of technology roadmaps; Standards and legislation; Life cycle management and regulation; Governance of energy; Safety and security; Monitoring and enforcement; Institutional arrangements.

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Code: CFP-AE82-SI1_2021
Posting date: 18/10/2020

Integration of Renwable Energy in Energy Systems, Perspectives on Investment, Technology, and Policy


Aims and Scope

Pressing environmental, social, and political challenges are accelerating Asian economies’ transition towards a resilient energy system. While the cost-competitiveness of solar and wind energy continues to improve, renewable energy consumption remains constrained by the lack of necessary policies, technologies, and infrastructure to manage intermittent generation from renewable energy sources. The intermittency caused by renewable energy sources makes balancing the energy system problematic and could impose a significant burden on power systems or even lead to more serious problems. Energy infrastructure such as energy storage technologies, smart grid, power-to-gas and other advanced technologies and applications could support stable, reliable, and sustainable renewable energy. However, investments in energy infrastructure require policies that address technological, financial, policy, and market barriers. Implementation of policies integrating intermittent renewable energy could reduce risks for investments in renewable energy. Papers included in the Special Issue will help policy makers to design policies integrating renewable energy and promoting investments in renewable energy. This special issue will feature the most recent developments and state-of-the-art in energy infrastructure development encompasses economics, technology, policy and governance, and many other aspects. The economic aspect of energy infrastructure development can be further divided into several thematic areas such as investments, business models, market designs, financing and cost-benefit analysis. The technology aspect of energy infrastructure development could include topics such as technology needs, technology adoption potentials, RD&D strategies, environmental impact assessment, innovation management, and technology roadmapping. The policy and governance aspect could include institutional arrangements, monitoring and compliance, safety and security of energy systems, penalty and/or incentive schemes, regulatory frameworks, and legislation. The targeted audience includes both academic researchers and industrial practitioners. The purpose of the SI is to provide a platform to enhance interdisciplinary research and share the most recent ideas in the above-related fields.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: Energy Economics; Investment and financing; Business models and market designs; Infrastructure development and related macroeconomic issues; Energy infrastructure under climatic conditions in Asia; Energy infrastructure reliability and resilience; Policy and regulation; Technology research, development, and demonstration strategies; Innovation policy and management; Implementation strategies of technology roadmaps; Standards and legislation; Life cycle management and regulation; Governance of energy; Safety and security; Monitoring and enforcement; Institutional arrangements.

Languages
English
Country
United Kingdom
Topics
Big Data, Bioenergy, Business, Economics & Management, Civil Engineering, Complex Systems, Construction Managements, Construction Systems Engineering, Data Management, Data Sensing and Analysis, Decision Support Systems, Development Economics, Digital Modeling, Environmental Technologies, Governance, Green Cities, Green Infrastructures, ICT, Industrial Engineering, Industry 4.0, Interdisciplinary Approach, Internet of Things (IoT), Landscape, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Management Engineering, Modeling, Monitoring, Process Innovation, Process Management, Safety and Security, Smart Cities, Smart Grids, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Energy
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