Wind Power for Renewable Energy Systems
Prof. Achour BETKA (Algeria)
LGEB Laboratory, University of Biskra, BP 145,07000 Biskra, Algeria
Prof. Mohammed ALBADI (Oman)
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept., Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
The importance of electrical energy in our daily lives encourages the researchers for seeking for the optimal ways of energy production with minimum environmental impacts. Nowadays, wind power has become among the ideal renewable energy options for the production of electric power. Wind power, as an alternative energy generation source, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean and has no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, consumes no water and occupies little land.ICEREGA’18 aims at gathering scientists and engineers from academia and industry to discuss the generation and applications in the broad field of renewable energy applications.
This special session is dedicated to renewable energy for wind energy applications. Topics of interest include:
- Wind energy control.
- Energy management for wind farms.
- Ongrid/Offgrid wind integration.
- Optimal operation for wind energy generation.
- Soft computing for wind energy applications.
- Energy storage in wind energy.
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High-quality accepted papers that will be presented in the conference will be published in a scopus-indexed journal after passing the due peer review.