Renewable Energy and Green Technology International Conference

June 2 to 4, 2015 - Bali, Indonesia

The Renewable Energy and Green Technology International Conference will be specific in the development and cutting-edge technology related to Renewable Energy and Green Technology. The conference provides a platform where researchers, professionals, academicians, and industries will share and generate a forum for the latest Renewable Energy and Green Technology.

Conference Topics

  • Renewable (Green) Energy Systems and Sources (RESSs):
    • Wind Power,Hydropower, Solar Energy, Biomass, Biofuel
    • Geothermal Energy, Wave Energy, Tidal energy
    • Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, Energy Storage
  • New Trends and Technologies for RESSs
  • Policies and Strategies for RESSs
  • Energy Transformation from Renewable Energy System (RES) to Grid
  • Novel Energy Conversion Studies for RESs
  • Power Devices and Driving Circuits for RESs
  • Control Techniques for RESs
  • Grid Interactive Systems Used in Hybrid RESs
  • Performance Analysis of RESs
  • Hybrid RESSs
  • Decision Support Systems for RESSs
  • Renewable Energy Research and Applications for Industries
  • RESSs for Electrical Vehicles and Components
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Studies for RESs and Applications
  • Computational Methods for RESSs
  • Energy Savings for Vehicular Technology, Power Electronics, Electric Machinery and Control, etc.
  • New Approaches in Lightings
  • Public Awareness and Education for Renewable Energy and Systems
  • Reliability and Maintenance in RESSs
  • Smart grids and RESSs
  • Safety and Security of RESSs
  • Renewable Energy Systems in Smart Cities
  • Future Challenges and Directions for RESSs
  • Ocean/Tidal/Wind/Solar/Geothermal Energy Conversion
  • Green Energy Generation and Storage
  • Green Energy Transmission and Distribution, Smartgrid
  • Biomass, Bio-Fuel as Green Energy
  • Green Buildings
  • Green Energy Management and Control
  • Green Information Technology
  • Green Communication


Green and resilient buildings for the tropics – Principles and technologies

Dr. Runa T. Hellwig, Associate Professor, Cluster Director, Solar and Energy Efficient Buildings Cluster (SEEB), Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), National University of Singapore (NUS). – The keynote will first highlight some of the main principles of vernacular architecture in Southeast Asia and will relate these principles to the climate and the outdoor and indoor thermal comfort. Then opportunities new building materials and technologies offer will be discussed with regard to their potential to positively impact the comfort and energy performance of tropical buildings.

Innovative Waste-to-Energy: Technology Development & Implementation

Dr. Eng. Bayu Indrawan, SE, ST, MT, Director, Center of Waste Management Indonesia – Economic growth is creating another problem resulting from the growth effect of population and industries. Disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW) has become a big problem in many places. In developing countries, garbage is mostly disposed of in landfills by the open dumping method and this creates numerous environmental problems. The recent global trend is to prohibit or limit waste land-filling, but the citizenry does not want to increase the number of waste incineration plants in their respective countries. Using technological improvements, waste could provide advantages and economical value due to its potential utilization as a fuel. Waste is now considered one solution to the limited energy supply problem. This social awareness provides a big opportunity for energy production from MSW.