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International Conference on Green Energy & Expo 2015
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9/21/2015 to 9/23/2015
When: Monday, September 21, 2015
From 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM
Where: Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
9300 Jeff Fuqua Blvd
Orlando, Florida  32827
United States
Presenter: Omics International
Contact: Linda Baker

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We officially invite all participants across the globe to attend the International Conference on Green Energy & Expo popularly known as Green Energy-2015, to be held during Sep 21-23, 2015 at Orlando, Florida USA. Green Energy-2015 will focus on usage of natural resources and a unique opportunity for scientists from all over the world to meet, share, and perceive new scientific interactions. The theme of conference is “Share & Acquire knowledge on utilization of natural resources” which reflects the emerging progress from our resources and scientist as discoveries in the lab are translated into useful technologies in an increasingly targeted and precise manner. Green Energy-2015 aims to promote collaborative research network among both the academia as well as the industry. GreenEnergy-2015 offers several exciting topics for discussion including Renewable Energy Systems and Sources, Energy conservation and management, Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems and Sources (RESSs), Energy and Environment and Renewable Energy Research and Applications for Industries. OMICS International Organizes 300+ Conferences Every Year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 400+ Open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members. OMICS conferences also provide the perfect platform to interact with peers from both industry and academia. Orlando in USA is hosting this conference as the research on Green Energy sector has been expanding with tremendous speed. New technologies that harness renewable energy including wind, solar, geothermal, and biofuels-are soon will be, economically competitive with the fossil fuels that meet 85 percent of U.S. energy needs. Dynamic growth rates are driving down costs and spurring rapid advances in technologies. There are numerous organizations within the academic, federal, and commercial sectors conducting large scale, advanced research in the field of renewable energy. Green Energy -2015 is a quintessential platform for presenting research on advancing technologies in renewable energy research, marketing, exchanging ideas and thus, contributes to the dissemination of knowledge in this field. Conference Highlights: Track 1: Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Industrial Applications Renewable Energy has attracted a lot of attention in the recent past owing to exhaustion of fossil fuels and in the lookout for alternate energy for a clean and green future. Utilization of renewable energy sources in the industrial sector is yet to improve as it has in the field of its utilization for power generation due to greater scope of improvement with reference to CO2 capture and storage and energy efficiency. Energy derived from biomass has potential to substitute fossil fuels as it is derived from readily available by-products from wood industry, household and agricultural waste. Besides absorbing CO2 leading to reduction of Greenhouse gases(GCG) released by burning of fossil fuels, the equipment for its production is same as that used for production of energy from fossil fuels. Biomass converted directly into liquid fuels is biofuels or green fuels which can serve transportation needs. The 93 billion liters of biofuels produced worldwide in 2009 displaced the equivalent of an estimated 68 billion liters of gasoline, equal to about 5% of world gasoline production. Two most common types of biofuels used are ethanol and biodiesel are derived from naturally occurring plants, alcohol and vegetable oil which act as a perfect substitute for fossil fuel. The Biomass Power industry has grown at a healthy rate in the five years to 2014. The industry's expansion has been propelled in part by several federal renewable energy tax credits that encouraged the use of biomass power. If the total annual primary production of biomass is just over 100 billion (1.0E+11) tones /yr. and the energy reserve per metric ton of biomass is between about 1.5 – 3 Kilowatt hours (5000 – 10,000 BTU, then biomass could perhaps provide only one tenth of the approximate annual 150 Terawatts/hours required for the current world energy consumption. Biogas is another clean and efficient fuel generated through anaerobic fermentation of biological waste which can be used for heating and cooling, steam and electricity generation. Over 44 million households use biogas made in household-scale digesters for lighting and/or cooking and more than 166 million households rely on a new generation of more-efficient biomass cook-stoves. Today the Renewable Energy sector is already providing more than 450,000 jobs and has an annual turnover exceeding 45 billion Euros. Combined with improvements in energy efficiency and the rational use of energy, renewable energy sources can provide everything fossil fuels currently offer in terms of energy services such as heating and cooling, electricity and also transport fuel. Renewable energy expo 2015: Is designed to meet all renowned and eminent speakers from all around the globe with delegates, exhibitors, industry experts and work shop symposiums. For more information: conference Track 2: Renewable Energy Sources (RES) Sustainable Energy or Green Energy is derived from non-conventional energy which is continuously replenished by natural processes. Various forms of renewable energy include solar energy, wind energy, hydro energy, geothermal energy, wave and tidal energy. Based on REN21's 2014 report, renewables contributed 19 percent to our energy consumption and 22 percent to our electricity generation in 2012 and 2013, respectively. Modern renewables, such as hydro, wind, solar and biofuels, as well as traditional biomass, contributed in about equal parts to the global energy supply. Worldwide investments in renewable technologies amounted to more than US$214 billion in 2013, with countries like China and the United States heavily investing in wind, hydro, solar and biofuels. Solar energy can be utilized as solar thermal energy or solar electric. Renewable Energy Systems utilize solar energy for heating (water and air), cooking etc. and generation of power. From 2004 to 2014, worldwide installed capacity of Wind power has been growing from 47 GW to 369 GW—a more than sevenfold increase within 10 years. The other aspects discussed include wind electric generators, wind potential and evaluation of wind mill performance. Applications include: Utility interconnected wind turbines generate power which is synchronous with the grid and that for remote homes (off the grid) generate DC current for battery charging. Tidal electricity generation involves the construction of a barrage across an estuary to block the incoming and outgoing tide. Ocean energy draws on the energy of ocean waves, tides, or on the thermal energy (heat) stored in the ocean. The sun warms the surface water a lot more than the deep ocean water, and this temperature difference stores thermal energy. Geothermal energy is thermal energy generated and stored in the Earth. Geothermal power is cost effective, reliable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly especially for applications such as home heating, opening a potential for widespread exploitation. Solar energy expo 2015: Is designed to meet all renowned and eminent speakers from all around the globe with delegates, exhibitors, industry experts and work shop symposiums. For more information: conference Track 3: Energy Storage The Green/renewable energy systems can be utilized for harnessing energy from natural resources but it is utmost essential to store the generated energy as well. Photovoltaic converts solar energy to produce electricity for lighting home, buildings and running electrical appliances. At the end of 2014, worldwide PV capacity reached at least 177,000 megawatts. Photovoltaics grew fastest in China (+10.6 GW), followed by Japan (+9.7 GW) and the United States (+6.2 GW), while Germany remains the world's largest overall producer of photovoltaic power with a total capacity of 38.2 GW. A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a chemical reaction with oxygen or another oxidizing agent. Hydrogen as a fuel source for energy, whether used to produce electricity via a hydrogen fuel cell or used as a primary fuel to drive generators and automobile engines, has many advantages like in comparison with the use of hydrocarbon fossil fuels for electric production and transportation, and among all of its potential applications, hydrogen's only waste or byproduct is H 2 O pure water. While hydrocarbon fuels produce massive amounts of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, as well as acid rain, hydrogen fueled combustion engines actually clean the air they pass through. Fuel cell driven electric vehicles produce only water from their exhaust pipes, along with trace amounts of oxides of nitrogen which occur naturally in the Earth's atmosphere. This track lays emphasis upon various devices utilized for storage of renewable energy providing green energy solutions. Renewable energy conference 2015 USA: Is designed to meet all renowned and eminent speakers from all around the globe with delegates, exhibitors, industry experts and work shop symposiums. For more information: conference Track 4: Energy Conservation and Architecture Buildings are the major source of global demand for energy and materials that produce byproduct greenhouse gases (GHG). Slowing the growth rate of GHG emissions and then reversing it is the key to addressing climate change. As of July 2010, 73% of the 30 largest U.S. Architecture / Engineering firms, responsible for over $100 billion in construction annually, have adopted and are implementing this change. Green building (also known as green construction or sustainable building) refers to both a structure and the using of processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle. The common objective is that green buildings are designed to reduce the overall impact of the built environment on human health and the natural environment by: Efficiently using energy, water, and other resources, reducing waste, pollution and environmental degradation. Inefficient home energy use is not only costly, but also contributes to the growth of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the major cause of climate change. Through integrated site design, a comprehensive approach to sustainable building and site design, sustainable residential landscape architecture practices can not only improve the environment, but also increase energy efficiency. Integrated site design is a framework for increasing the quality of the built environment, and involves maximizing existing natural systems to minimize energy usage. These types of designs leverage the many benefits of natural systems, thereby significantly cutting down external energy use. Decreased energy usage also means homes are more resilient to shifts in the availability of energy and climate change. Energy conservation measures include building orientation, structural changes, renewable power sources, fuel switching, hot water generation, lighting, air conditioning and energy efficient equipment. Renewable energy in design is efficient as it does not consume fossil fuel, produces power without noise, smoke or pollution and required lesser maintenance. This track also discusses renewable energy investment and business opportunities esp. solar energy investment and business opportunities. Sustainable energy conference 2015: Is designed to meet all renowned and eminent speakers from all around the globe with delegates, exhibitors, industry experts and work shop symposiums. For more information: conference Track 5: Energy and Environment Energy and environment deals with the technological and scientific aspects of energy and environment questions including energy conservation, and the interaction of energy forms and systems with the physical environment, are covered, including the relationship of such questions to wider economic and socio-political issues. The Life Cycle Analysis of renewable energy technologies proves that for all renewable energy chains, the inputs of finite energy resources and emissions of greenhouse gases are extremely low compared with the conventional system. Future development will enable a further reduction of environmental impacts of renewable energy systems. In fact, the levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide has increased by 31% between 1800 and 2000, going from 280 parts per million to 367 parts per million. Scientists predict that carbon dioxide levels could be as high as 970 parts per million by the year 2100. Different factors are responsible for this development, such as progress with respect to technical parameters of energy converters, in particular, improved efficiency; emissions characteristics and increased lifetime. Recent focus of energy economics includes the following issues: Climate change and climate policy, sustainability, energy markets and economic growth, economics of energy infrastructure, energy and environmental law and policies and global warming. Track 6: Energy Network Grid energy storage (also called large-scale energy storage) refers to the methods used to store electricity on a large scale within an electrical power grid. Electrical energy is stored during times when production (from power plants especially intermittent renewable electricity sources such as wind power, tidal power, solar power) exceeds consumption and when additional discretionary load is turned on but consumption is still insufficient to absorb it. Micro-grids are autonomous grids that operate either in parallel to, or ‘islanded’ from, existing utility power grids. They have the power to efficiently and flexibly meet the growing energy demand of communities: whether they are grid-connected or not. Micro-grids allow for fast installation of electricity supply without the need for expensive transmission infrastructure investments and the lengthy development approval and construction process. This will especially empower remote, non-grid-connected communities around the world. Although on a system-wide level RE power plants generate electricity just like any other power plants, RE power has quite distinctive characteristics in generation, transmission and operation technology when compared to conventional generation. Understanding these distinctive characteristics and their interaction with the other parts of the power system is the basis for the integration of large-capacity RE power in the grid. Integrating more large-capacity RE into the grid brings variability and uncertainty. At the same time, there will continue to be unexpected disturbances stemming from load variation, grid faults and conventional generation outages. Worldwide studies and experience in recent years have shown that new technical solutions are needed to address this conjunction of difficulties. The novel solutions will include new technologies, methods and practices, applied in order to provide more flexibility and improve the efficiency of power systems, constantly balancing generation and load. Only this will make the power systems reliable and maintain security of supply, i.e. avoid any interruption in the supply of power energy storage is economical when the marginal cost of electricity varies more than the costs of storing and retrieving the energy plus the price of energy lost in the process. Track 7: New Trends and Technologies for RES Scientists all over the globe are working to develop sustainable new energy sources to reduce our dependence on dwindling fossil fuel supplies. There are several start-ups developing other ground-breaking technologies for generating electricity and conserving nature. This track enables us to discuss global trends in renewable energy investment and business opportunities. It includes alternate energy facts, wind energy facts and energy facts in general which would aid in development of a sustainable future and provide green energy solutions. We have become all too aware of the compelling and pressing need to achieve a stable supply of energy while at the same time protect the environment. The following areas are taken into consideration for focusing on focusing utilization of natural resources: Expansion and utilization of renewable energy, smartly controlled distributed power sources that make up smart grids, eco-cars like EVs (electric vehicles) for conservation of fossil fuels and reducing the overall human impact on environment. Clean energy conference 2015: Is designed to meet all renowned and eminent speakers from all around the globe with delegates, exhibitors, industry experts and work shop symposiums. For more information: conference New Approaches in Lighting Scientists around the world continue unabated to search for the even-better-bulbs of tomorrow. Electronics based on carbon, especially carbon nanotubes (CNTs), are emerging as successors to silicon for making semiconductor materials and they may enable a new generation of brighter, low-power, low-cost lighting devices that could challenge the dominance of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in the future and help meet society's ever-escalating demand for greener bulbs. Brightness efficiency tells people how much light is being produced by a lighting source when consuming a unit amount of electric power, which is an important index to compare the energy-efficiency of different lighting devices. Ecoluminance is an emerging concept that incorporates multiple features that combine to provide adequate roundabout illumination: lights mounted on bollards (posts typically approximately three to four feet tall) for pedestrian crossings, overhead LED lamps, retroreflective elements, and a central island with landscape lighting and vegetation that can reflect light. In one study, the relative costs of an ecoluminance-based system compared to one based on high-pressure sodium overhead lamps were similar on an annualized basis. These annualized costs factored in initial installation cost and annual energy usage. However, the ecoluminance approach uses LED bollards that have high initial costs and low energy consumption. If LED lamp costs drop as expected, annualized costs for the ecoluminance approach will also drop. In order to improve lighting, significant advances have to be made in device efficiency, lifetime at high brightness, high throughput fabrication, and the generation of illumination quality white light. In this track, the requirements for general lighting will be reviewed and various approaches to meeting them will be outlined. Track 8:Agricultural Sustainability Sustainable agriculture is garnering increasing support and acceptance within mainstream agriculture. Not only does sustainable agriculture address many environmental and social concerns, but it offers innovative and economically viable opportunities for growers, laborers, consumers, policymakers and many others in the entire food system. International Policies, Waste-Water Management, Energy for Agriculture and Plant-Soil Relation would be discussed further under this track. For more information: conference Track 9: Energy Facts and Solutions This track deals with latest updates on alternate energy investments and green solutions. For more information: conference Track 10: Nanotechnology The technological advances and contribution of nanotechnology towards development of renewable energy and energy conservation shall be discussed under this track. Latest nanotechnology applications such as nanomaterials, nanoremediation,carbon nanotubes for improved energy efficiency of wind mills, algal biodiesel and generation of electricity from waste heat would be discussed. 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