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In 2018, Trends in Renewable Energy published 2 regular issues, 1 special issue and total 20 scholarly articles. We hope we can rely on your contiunous support in 2019. Happy New Year!
Musharraf Saeed etc. at University of Sargodha have proposed a theoretical model of Energy Generating Gymnasium Pull-down Machine. The core idea behind this energy harvesting system is that, the human being is also a source of renewable energy and it is possible to harness electrical energy from people by the use of Energy Generating Gymnasium Machines. Human energy is wasted when excessive calories of body are burnt during exercise in gymnasiums to achieve the desired fitness. Energy Generating Gymnasium Machines will provide an opportunity to return expended energy in the form of electrical energy from gymnasium equipment and cardiovascular machines. The proposed system will be very beneficial for such countries that are facing energy crises as well as the third world countries. (
Dr. A.G. Lazaropoulos (National Technical University of Athens, Greece) has investigated the possibility of detecting the hook style energy theft in the overhead low-voltage (OV LV) power grids. (Trends in Renewable Energy, vol. 5, pp. 12-46. doi: 10.17737/tre.2019.5.1.0081)
Different OV LV BPL topologies, intensities of measurement differences and hook characteristics have been considered. It is found that the detection of the hook style energy theft becomes easier when the hook remains short (i.e., shorter than 10 m). There are three issues that need further analysis: (i) the existence / definition of the threshold of the maximum value above which HS-DET method starts to give faulty decisions concerning the energy theft; (ii) the possibility of the installation of very long hooks so that HS-DET method can be jammed; and (iii) the use of “smart” hooks that are matched to the characteristic impedance of lines in order to cover the energy theft. ��� 8
Due to the damage caused by hurricane michael in the Piedmont Triad area, the operation of Editorial office is cancelled between 10/12-10/14.
The 3rd International Conference on Soft Computing: Theories and Applications (SoCTA2018) is organized by Dr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, India and will be held on December 21-23, 2018. The organizing committee will invite the extended versions of presented/selected papers to submit to Trends in Renewable Energy for publishing in a special issue. The guest editors for this specical issue are:
Dr. Afzal Sikander, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar NIT Jalandhar, India
Dr. Om Prakash Verma, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar NIT Jalandhar, India
Dr. Millie Pant, IIT Roorkee
China, From PV Production Powerhouse to the Biggest Solar Energy User
After claiming over 60% of global PV panel market share according to International Energy Agency, China now strives for the leading position in solar power consumption, setting an installed capacity goal of 60GW for 2020 in the 13th Five-Year Plan for Electricity Development released in December, 2016.
Review of PV Guangzhou 2017
On a show floor of 20,000㎡, over 300 exhibitors gathered for the show, including LONGi, SAJ, CSG, Yingli Solar, Ginlong, INVT, Allgrand, Reille, Avolt, Sofarsolar, Goodwe, Growatt, Moso, SRNE, Topray, Amerisolar, Osaka Vacuum, 304 Industrial Park, and etc. 88% exhibitors were content with the show, especially with the improved buyer quality. Many of them even booked their booths on site for 2018.
Preview of PV Guangzhou 2018
As the largest and most influential PV trade show in South China, PV Guangzhou 2018 is going to double its show floor to 4 exhibition halls, with 600 quality exhibitors displaying state-of-the-art PV technology! With an ever-expanding global database of up to 500,000 entries and over 300 media partners worldwide, we are very confident to make 2018 another banner year for PV Guangzhou!
- Photovoltaic Production Equipment: silicon rod silicon block silicon ingot production equipment, silicon wafer production equipment, battery production equipment, solar panels/modules production equipment, film version of the battery production equipment, and etc.
- Production Technology & Research Equipment: photovoltaic cells, related PV components, PV raw material, PV project and system, and etc.
- Solar Application Products: solar street lamp, lawn lamp, yard lamp, beacon lights, agricultural insecticide lamps, chargers, lights, traffic warning lights and other solar information display screen.
This is going to be a great gathering for insiders from the solar and energy industries. Whether you are going to showcase your latest products or look for business opportunities, PV Guangzhou 2018 will live up to your expectation.
Contact us to receive your free E-ticket for the 3-day show or get your best location booth with reasonable price.
Date: August 16-18, 2018
Venue: China Import&Export Fair Complex (Area A), Guangzhou, China
Ø Various Batteries
Ø Battery Materials
Ø Battery related Equipment
Ø Hydrogen Batteries & Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Ø Graphene Application
Ø Energy Storage Technology
Ø EVs & Parts.
A Sneak Peek at Feature Exhibitors for 2018:
CATL: Numbered among the world’s top 3 power battery sellers for 2 years on end.
Lishen: A world leader in high-end lithium battery industry.
OptimumNano: One of the foremost EV battery enterprises in China.
Yinlong: Ranked among China top 10 regarding electric bus sales in 2016.
HIGHSTAR: A time-honored battery manufacturer in China.
Sunwoda: China’s leading Li-ion battery module supplier.
Dynavolt Tech: A fast-growing high-tech enterprise specializing in lithium batteries, EVs, and lead batteries.
Concurrent Activities and Event:
2018 Asia Power Battery&Energy Storage Summit
The 10th Guangzhou International Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition 2018 (PV Guangzhou2018)
The 8th Guangzhou international Power Products and Technology Exhibition ( Power Expo 2018)
2018 Asia International New Energy Vehicle Manufacturing Industry Expo (EVI EXPO 2018)
2018 Asia-Pacific Charging Piles Technology & Equipment Expo (CPE2018)
For more exhibition details, Pls feel free to contact Aileen Chen
Guangdong Grandeur International Exhibition Group
Organizer Committee: Aileen Chen
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Aileen2017@yeah.net
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