RENsource Energy Webinar
The "2nd International E-Conference on Renewable Energy and Resources is scheduled" on December 2nd and 3rd, 2021 to bring together unique and international mix of experts to exchange and share their experiences and research outcomes on all elements of Renewable Energy and Resources.
We welcome researchers, engineers, academic people and students, industry, investors and people from all walks of life interested in Renewable Energy Resources and Environment Sciences to attend the conference and share the experiences and lessons with other enthusiasts, and develop opportunities for cooperation.
Publishing: After the conference, all accepted conference abstracts/papers will be published with ISBN and DOI in the "United Research Forum" conference proceedings. In addition, all participants will be encouraged to submit an extended full manuscript to one dedicated Special Issue in "Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences", URF Publishers on discounted Article Processing Charge (APC) 199 £ (Note: Subjected to peer review).
RenSource Energy Webinarwill feature a detailed technical program covering the latest research and innovation in renewable energy research. The topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to:
The global renewable energy market will grow at a CAGR of 8.53% during the forecast period (2019-2027). The global renewable energy market is expected to reach a valuation in excess of USD 2,900 Bn towards 2027-end. Growing concern over the environmental implication of burning fossil fuel, is leading to the adoption of renewable energy sources. Moreover, the growing energy consumption worldwide is promoting the exploration of new energy resources which will be sustainable in the future.
The IEA report published says almost 90% of new electricity generation in 2020 will be renewable, with just 10% powered by gas and coal. The trend puts green electricity on track to become the largest power source in 2025, displacing coal, which has dominated for the past 50 years.
Growing acceptance of the need to tackle the climate crisis by cutting carbon emissions has made renewable energy increasingly attractive to investors.