The 9th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation
23 - 24 September 2020 | Croke Park Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
RPGTM 2020 brings together international academics, researchers, engineers and consultants working in renewable energy, to publish results, share knowledge and forge new partnerships.
The tremendous success of renewable energy sources is based on many years of dedicated research and technology development. Continuous improvements and novel concepts are essential if we are to succeed in transforming our energy system further.
For the first time, RPG will take place in Ireland, an island power system, with a world-leading share of wind energy, and possessing unique experience with integrating variable renewables into daily system operations, electricity markets, and system planning.
Take this opportunity to get involved by submitting your abstract, and plan your visit to Ireland to see for yourself!
Céad Mile Fáilte (one hundred thousand welcomes). We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend RPG 2020, which will be held at Croke Park Stadium, Dublin, Ireland.
Damian Flynn, Associate Professor, Energy Institute and School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin
John Ging, Principal Engineer, Operations, Planning and Innovation, EirGrid
Ireland is already tackling integration challenges associated with large shares of variable renewables. Solutions are being developed and implemented here, which, in the future, can be applicable to other systems around the world.
Renewable Power Generation journal
Selected papers presented at the conference will be invited for consideration in a Special Issue in the IET Renewable Power Generation journal. Benefits include:
- Worldwide readership and database coverage
- Prompt and rigorous peer review
- Open access publishing option
- Easy, online access to IET Journals via the IET Digital Library, IEEE Xplore
- Content is published on acceptance prior to being published eFirst
- eFirst Publishing in advance of print publication
- Promote your work for free via Author URL upon publication which allows you to share free access to your paper for 6 months.
Member - £549
Non-member - £599
Student/retired - £275
(available until 24 July 2020)
Author - £495
Student author - £385
Additional paper - £150