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2nd International Conference on Green Energy, will be organized around the theme “Exploring Future Advancements in Green Energy ”
Green Energy Meet-2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Green Energy Meet-2020
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Green Energy comes from natural sources like sunlight, wind, rain, tides, plants, algae and geothermal heat. These energy resources are renewable, which implies they are naturally replenished. Green energy, however, utilizes energy sources that are promptly obtainable everywhere the globe, as well as in rural and remote areas that do not otherwise have access to electricity. Green energy sources help reduce harmful emissions and cleans up air and water quality, which improves public health and lowers overall healthcare costs.
- Track 1-1Green Energy Technologies
- Track 1-2Green Buildings
- Track 1-3Solar Power
- Track 1-4Geothermal Energy
- Track 1-5Green Policies
Biofuel, any fuel that is derived from biomass—that is, plant or algae material or animal waste. Since such feedstock material can be replenished promptly, biofuel is taken into account to be a source of renewable energy, not like fossil fuels like petroleum, coal, and gas. The reasons why we need bio fuels is that biofuel can be utilized in today’s engines of vehicles infrastructures and vehicles while not the requirement to create changes. Bio fuels can be keep and burned and pumped up a similar way as oil and diesel.
- Track 2-1Second generation biofuels
- Track 2-2Synthesis of advanced biofuels
- Track 2-3contemporary carbon fixation
- Track 2-4Advanced Bio-fuels from photo bioreactors
- Track 2-5Bio fuels in Transportation
Biomass is plant or animal material used for energy production, or in varied industrial processes as raw material for a variety of product as an energy supply, biomass can either be used directly via combustion to produce heat, or indirectly when converting it to varied types of biofuel. Conversion of biomass to biofuel can be achieved by totally different ways that area unit loosely classified into: thermal, chemical, and organic chemistry ways. Cofiring with biomass has increased in coal power plants, as a result of it makes it attainable to release less greenhouse gas without the cost related to building new infrastructure.
Bioenergy is that the energy originated from materials derived from biological sources. Bioenergy makes from several natural resources like plants, animals and their by-products. The term bioenergy additionally covers transport fuels made from organic matter. Bioenergy is a very versatile energy supply. It can be turned up and down quickly to fulfil demand, creating it an excellent backup for weather-dependent renewable technologies like wind and solar.
- Track 3-1Energy Production
- Track 3-2Waste Biomass to Energy
- Track 3-3 Industrial Waste Biomass
- Track 3-4Bioenergy Applications
- Track 3-5 Processes for Bioenergy
Renewable Energy is energy produced from sources that do not deplete or can be replenished within a human’s life time. Utmost renewable energy comes directly or indirectly from the sun. Sunlight can be captured directly using solar technologies. Renewable energy systems are better for the environment and produce less emission than conventional energy sources. Renewable energy systems provide energy from sources that will never deplete.
- Track 4-1Geothermal Technology
- Track 4-2solar photovoltaics
- Track 4-3Hydro Power
- Track 4-4Wind Energy Technology
Climate Change refers to vital changes in global temperature, precipitation, wind patterns and different measures of climate that occur over many decades or longer. Global climate change jointly will increase the looks of plenty of violent weather phenomena, drought, fires, and also the death of animal and plant species, flooding from rivers and lakes, the creation of climate refugees.
- Track 5-1Pollution & its Effects on Climate
- Track 5-2Greenhouse gases
- Track 5-3Global Warming Effects & Causes
- Track 5-4Solutions for Climate Change
Bioremediation is a method used to treat contaminated media, as well as water, soil and subsurface material, by altering environmental conditions to stimulate the growth of microorganisms and degrade the target pollutants. In several cases, bioremediation is less expensive and additional property than different remediation alternatives. Bioremediation can also be utilized in alternative water systems like rivers, streams, and estuaries. Bioremediation is a useful technique for both developed and underdeveloped communities alike.
- Track 6-1Mycoremediation
- Track 6-2phytoremediation
- Track 6-3bioaugmentation
- Track 6-4rhizofiltration
Solar Energy is beaming light and warmth from the Sun that's controlled employing a vary of ever-evolving technologies like solar heating, photovoltaics, solar thermal power, solar design, liquefied salt power plants.it is a crucial supply of renewable energy and its technologies are usually characterized as either passive solar or active solar reckoning on however they capture and assign solar energy or convert it into solar power. One of the solar technique include photovoltaic (PV gadgets) or "sun primarily based cells" that modification daylight legitimately into power.
- Track 7-1solar thermal power
- Track 7-2photovoltaics
- Track 7-3solar heating
- Track 7-4Solar design
Green nanotechnology refers to the utilization of nanotechnology to strengthen the environmental sustainability of processes generating negative externalities. Green nanotechnology has 2 goals: manufacturing nanomaterials and product without harming the surroundings or human health, and manufacturing Nano-products that offer solutions to environmental issues. Green nanotechnology involves the utilization of less energy throughout manufacture, the ability to recycle after use, and using eco-friendly materials.
- Track 8-1Nanotechnology for sustainable energy production
- Track 8-2Role of Nanotechnology in Chemical Substitution
- Track 8-3Nano technology for Environmental Sustainability
- Track 8-4Green Engineering
- Track 9-1Environment impact assessment
- Track 9-2Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation
Waste management are the activities and actions required to accomplish waste from its inception to its final removal. This comprises the gathering, transport, treatment and disposal of waste, together with observing and regulation of the waste management process. The major aim of waste management is to keep away from the adverse results of wastes to human fitness and natural environment. Waste substances can furthermore be in all types of matter, which are gaseous, liquids, radioactive matter, and compact. According to waste management companies, there are several waste management techniques.