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Renewable Energy for Sustainable Life Development Special Issue

Editorial Board
Special Issue Editors:
  • Robbi Rahim (Synthesis Publication Research Group)
Renewable energies such as wind and solar have become an inevitable part of power generation in modern grid scenarios. However, unlike conventional sources of power generation, the output of renewable energy sources is intermittent. Advanced control strategies are required for handling the changing dynamics, nonlinearities, and uncertainties of the system. Efficient control strategies would increase the number of operational hours of the system and reduce the cost of the electricity produced. We invite original and unpublished papers on the theory, design, development, and applications of advanced controllers for renewable energy systems.
  • Adaptive and predictive control
  • Optimization
  • Adaptive filtering
  • Scheduling
  • Machine learning
  • Forecasting
  • Artificial intelligence methodologies
  • Fault analysis
  • Standalone renewable energy systems
  • Protection
  • Grid connected renewable energy systems
  • Power electronics
  • Energy storage systems
  • Modelling
  • Microgrid systems
  • Simulation
  • Stability
  • Practical applications
  • Green Data Centres and Data Storage
  • Greener Smart Homes
  • Green Smart Cities
  • Greener Secure Web Transactions
  • Energy Systems Modelling
  • Energy Efficient Virtualized Systems
  • Energy Efficient DSA (for CR Networks, D2D/M2M)
  • Energy Efficient LAA (Licensed Assisted Access for 5G)
  • Energy Aware Interference Mitigation in 4G Networks
  • Energy Conservation and Mangement Strategies
  • Telemetry and Power Engineering Based on Self-Organising Networks with
  • Combined Information Transmission Channels
  • Transportation and Electric Vehicles
  • Green Communication Protocols
  • Energy Efficient Routing Protocols
  • Physical Layer Techniques for Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Efficient Device-to-Device (D2D) Communications
  • Energy-Aware Design for Small Cells and HetNets
  • Energy Efficient Algorithms and Scheduling Techniques
  • Green Massive MIMO Techniques
  • Cross-Layer Energy Efficiency Optimisation
  • Standardisation for Green Communications and Networking
  • Energy Efficient and Secure Implementation of Cryptographic Protocols
  • Lightweight Cryptography
  • Monitoring and Management of Energy Supply
  • Online Learning Technologies in the Energy Sector
  • Power Systems Regulations
  • Power Systems Transmission Management
  • Supply Chain Energy Management

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