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Sustainable Energy for Smart Cities

Editorial Board
Lead Guest Editors:
  • José Gabriel Oliveira Pinto (University of Minho)
  • Joao L. Afonso (University of Minho)+ BioProfessor at University of Minho
  • Vitor Monteiro (University of Minho)+ BioProfessor at University of Minho
Aims & Scope
Nowadays, cities are responsible for consuming about 75% of primary energy and for emitting more than 50% of the world’s total greenhouse gases. As a contribution to diminish the impact of climate change, while preserving the importance of social prosperity, the broad theme of Sustainable Energy is fundamental for ensuring stability between economic growth and environmental sustainability. Consequently, new technologies are emerging, especially for the successful operation of future Smart Cities.
TOPICS: Sustainable Energy for Smart Cities aims to establish an international and multidisciplinary discussion opportunity for academics, scientists, researchers and professionals in general, on topics that include, but are not limited to:
• Energy and Environment; Energy Efficiency; Renewable Energy; Energy Storage Systems
• Life Cycle Assessment, Forecasting, Planning and Markets for Energy Systems
• Management of Distributed Energy Resources; Energy Systems Modelling; Energy Traffic Balance
• Smart Grids; Microgrids; Smart Homes; Energy Control and Decision; Demand Response
• Intelligent Energy Monitoring; Smart Sensors; Advanced Metering Infrastructures
• Power, Energy and Industry Applications; Power Electronics Converters and Prototypes
• Power Quality; Active Power Filters; Power System Stability; Reliability and Security
• Electric Mobility; Green Vehicles; Intelligent Transportation Systems
• Energy Efficiency in Transportation; Technologies and Innovation for Railways
• Smart Building Technologies; Green Industrial Automation and Control; New Lighting Technologies
• Internet of Things; Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Physical Systems, Game Theory, Data Mining, Blockchain, Green Cloud Computing and Big Data for Smart Cities
• Green Wired and Wireless Communications Techniques and Protocols, Energy- Efficient Transmission Technologies, Mobile Architectures and Collaborative Networks for Smart Cities issue providing the necessary background)
Manuscript submission deadline:
Notification of acceptance:
Submission of final revised paper:
Publication of special issue (tentative):

Energy Web
Submission Closed