2014

2 – 5 March 2014

International Conference on Renewable Energy: Generation and Applications” ICREGA’14

The “College of Engineering” of “UAE University” organized the (3rd) “International Conference on Renewable Energy: Generation and Applications” (ICREGA’14), in cooperation with “Abu Dhabi Water and Energy Authority” on Monday (3/3/2014) at the “College of Information Technology” at the new campus in “Al Ain” City. This conference is considered an international forum to discuss pioneering scientific researches about the latest developments in the field of renewable energy and its future all over the world, and in the Gulf region and “UAE” in particular.

« The ICREGA’14 was a continuation of the 2nd International Conference on Renewable Energy: Generations and Applications which was held in Al-Ain, UAE in March 2010″. 

Articles of ICREGA’14 has been published in the following book « ICREGA’14 – Renewable Energy: Generation and Applications »:

ICREGA14

The Technical Program Overview:

Authors were invited to submit full papers describing original work in all aspects of engineering techniques related to renewable energy and its applications covering the following topics:

  • Solar Photovoltaic and Thermal Energy
  • Wind Energy Systems
  • Fuel Cells Systems
  • Biofuels
  • Other Sustainable Energy Sources
  • Energy Storage Systems
  • Electrical Energy Market, Management and Economics
  • Intelligent Energy/Power Transmission and Distribution
  • Efficient Energy Utilization
  • Environmental Issues
  • Energy Harvesting for Autonomous and Biomedical Applications
  • Green Buildings
  • Nano-energy

Al Ain City, UAE

The city of Al-Ain (known as the garden city of UAE) is an attractive oasis and modern city, which is about 1.5 hour drive from both Abu Dhabi (The Capital) and Dubai. The city’s origin dates back to The Bronze Age (3rd Millennium B.C.) and is well known for its 3000 years old underground irrigation system. Its climate, during the conference period, is pleasant and dry with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 25°C.