Scientific program

Dec 12-13, 2022    New York, USA

8th Global Summit on

Renewable Energy and Resources

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Keynote Forum

Mateo Gasparovic
09:30 AM-10:00 AM Hall 1

Mateo Gasparovic

University of Zagreb Crotia

Title: Advanced remote sensing methods for environmental development monitoring

Abstract:

This research presents advanced remote sensing methods and techniques for monitoring and analysis of environmental development. The research deals with novel state-of-the-art technology for spatial data collection based on satellite imagery as well as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Preprocessing, classification of satellite and aerial imageries, as well as methods for the land-cover mapping, environmental monitoring, and environment development analysis will be shown and explained in real cases. Furthermore, some methods (and measures) for the accuracy assessment of the land-cover classification and remotely sensed measured and collected values will be discussed. The entire process of environmental development monitoring will be shown on real case studies. All newly developed and presented methodology was based on the open-source software and tested on the open-source data. Therefore, presented procedures can be easily used, free of charge, in the environmental development monitoring and analysis of various applications and areas around the world.

Biography:

Mateo Gasparovic, Ph.D. is the head of the chair of photogrammetry and remote sensing of the faculty of Geodesy, University of Zagreb. As a scientist, Prof. Gasparovic actively works on the development and application of advanced remote sensing and photogrammetry methods in environmental science, geoinformation system, documentation of cultural heritage and the development of UAVs.

Mohammed Hussain Alanbari
10:00 AM-10:30 AM Hall 1

Mohammed Hussain Alanbari

Polytechnic University of Madrid Spain

Title: The Delivery of different ecosystem services in pasture by shelter created from the hybrid sterile bioenergy-grass miscanthus x giganteus.

Abstract:

The performance of turbo-generators significantly depends on the design of the power turbine. This research aims to design and optimize an integrated turbo-generator for diesel engines. The goal is to generate electricity from the vehicle exhaust gas. Electrical energy is derived from generators using the flow, pressure, and temperature of exhaust gases from combustion engines and heat-waste. In the case of turbo-generators and thermoelectric generators, the system automatically adjusts the power provided by an inverter. Typically, vehicle exhausts are discarded to the environment. Hence, the proposed conversion to electrical energy will reduce the alternator charging system. This work focuses on design optimization of a turbo-generator for 2500 cc. diesel engines, due to their widespread usage. 

Biography:

Mohammed Hussain Alanbari is a industrial engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, master in control and instrumentation and energy from the University of Brighton in London, specialist in industrial automation. Projects: SPRIT PAORAMA (perception and navigation organization for autonomous mobile applications), BRITE PSYCHO (powerful tools for identification and control of highly non-linear process) MAVIR, SINAMED, ISIS, TEFILA2. He is currently working in the fields of applying nanotechnologies in renewable energy.

Igor Nikolaevich Burmistrov
10:30 AM-11:00 AM Hall 1

Igor Nikolaevich Burmistrov

Yuri Gagarin State Technical University Russia

Title: Research on power optimization strategies of photovoltaic array on highway pavement under the dynamic random vehicle shading conditions

Abstract:

The influence of architecture and modification of carbon nanomaterials with halogens on the transport of charge carriers in polymer chains”; Grant of the President of the Russian Federation “development of a new type of thermoelectric generator based on potassium titanates decorated with nanosized oxide heterostructures”; RFBR project “theoretical and experimental foundations of the formation of highly homogeneous superconcentrates of nanostructural additives for thermoplastic polymers”.

Biography:

Igor Nikolaevich Burmistrov is a PhD professor in material and works with department of chemistry and chemical technology of Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov and department of functional nanosystems and high-temperature materials of NUST “MISiS”. PhD habilitation was defended in 2015. The subject of PhD theses "development of scientific bases of synthesis and modification of potassium titanate and technology of polymer composites based on them". Experience in managing research staff: State assignment of the Ministry of Education and Science, design part, project "development of new technologies for thermoelectric conversion of low potential heat into electricity"; RFBR project “The influence of architecture and modification of carbon nanomaterials with halogens on the transport of charge carriers in polymer chains”.

Paul Grunow 
12:00 PM-12:25 PM Hall 1

Paul Grunow 

Technical University Berlin Germany

Title: Why Decentral Hydrogen?

Abstract:

Decentral hydrogen is introduced as fast transition path to short and long-term power storage. It circumvents slow infrastructure installments and enables on-site storage and heat coupling in addition to direct use of local electric power. The power-to-gas approach is extended to small combined heat and power devices in buildings that alternately operate fuel cells and electrolysis. While their heat is used to replace existing fossil heaters on-site, the power is either fed into the grid or consumed via heat-coupled electrolysis to balance the grid power at the nearest grid node. In detail, the power demand of Germany is simulated as a snapshot for 2030 with 100% renewable sourcing. The standard load profile is supplemented with additional loads from 100% electric heat pumps, 100% electric cars, and a fully electrified industry. The renewable power is then scaled up to match this demand with historic hourly yield data from 2018/2019. An optimal mix of photovoltaics, wind, biomass and hydropower is calculated in respect to estimated costs in 2030. In most master plans, hydrogen is understood to be a substitute for fossil fuels. This talk focuses on hydrogen as a storage technology in an all-electric system. The target is to model the most cost-effective end-to-end use of local renewable energies, including excess hydrogen for the industry. The on-site heat coupling is the principal argument for decentralization here. Essentially, it flattens the future peak from exclusive usage of electric heat pumps during cold periods. Batteries are tried out as supplementary components for short-term storage, due to their higher round trip efficiencies. Switching the gas net to hydrogen is considered as an alternative to overcome the slow infrastructure expansions. Further decentral measures are examined in respect to system costs.

Biography:

Paul Grunow has completed his Ph.D at the age of 30 years from Technical University Berlin and Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin and postdoctoral studies from the COPPE/UFRJ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the general manager of Trinity Solarbeteiligungen GmbH, an investment company in renewable energies. Before, he co-founded three companies in the area of photovoltaics based in Berlin, i.e. Solon, Q-Cells, PI Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin. He has published more than 12 papers in reputed journals.

Speakers

Zhenbin
11:15 AM-11:35 AM Hall 1

Zhenbin

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory China

Title: The effect of environmental corporate social responsibility on industrial SMEs’ innovation

Abstract:

At first, this paper points out the need of demand response , which is an aspect of the DSM, for maintaining power system stability and integrating variable renewable energy resources such as wind (on-shore and off-shore) and solar (photovoltaic and concentrated solar power). Then, it assesses China power sector reforms and changes in demand response policies over the period of time to promote demand response programs. It also reviews current demand response pilot projects in China, identifies technical and policy barriers in implementing these projects and proposes recommendations to make it successful across the whole country.

Biography:

Zhenbin is a visiting faculty affiliate for the China energy group, energy technologies area, at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 2018-2019. His work focuses on energy economics, electricity markets, and electricity system modeling. He presently studies the development of power sector, renewable energy integration and interconnection between power market and carbon market in China mainly. He holds a PhD in technical economics and management from NCEPU.

Jianlong Bai
11:35 AM-11:55 AM Hall 1

Jianlong Bai

Northeastern University China

Title: Advanced remote sensing methods for environmental development monitoring

Abstract:

This paper designs a globally smart energy frame for zero carbon emission covering electricity, transport, industry, etc. all sectors. Primarily, Carbon-free World Power Grid (CFWPG) is proposed here; converter-train as the pivotal technology is proffered, to construct Inertia-endowed Convert-station and DC Transformer for integrating remote generation, DC transmission, AC local grid and DC sub-grid into CFWPG configuration; supportive technologies including Multi-function Energy Storage are listed; the decisive factors of low-priced electricity are given. In order to prove zero carbon emission fully viable, non-carbon transport methods and carbon-free metal productions are particularly discussed as innovative improvement examples ofother sectors. In the future, it is expected that more than 95% energy will be gained through CFWPG; production and energy consumption modes will be upgraded; and low-priced electricity will make carbon consumption become a luxury.

Biography:

Jianlong Bai received the B.S. degree in metallurgy engineering from Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, in 1999 and the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from Shenyang University of Technology, in 2006. Now, he is an interdisciplinary researcher, researches what he can touch though mainly in electrical - renewable energy generation, electric propulsions, South Australia blackouts, distinctive Hyperloop, etc. And as  an engineer, he always engages in R&D of electric machine.

Keynote Forum

Sulaiman Alyahya
09:00 AM-09:25 AM Hall 1

Sulaiman Alyahya

King Saud University Saudi Arabia

Title: Impact of renewable energy on environments

Biography:

Sulaiman Alyahya is an academic professor by by profession and works with one of the govrnment univerities in Saudi Arabia. He holds a BSc in Agricultural engineering from King Saud University (Saudi Arabia) and MSc and PhD in agricultural engineering from Iowa State University(USA). Sulaiman has 30 years of experience in education, research and administration.  Curently, his main interest is in biomass energy. Sulaiman grew up in one of the agricultural cities of Saudi Arabia

Igor Nikolaevich Burmistrov
09:25 AM-09:45 AM Hall 1

Igor Nikolaevich Burmistrov

Yuri Gagarin State Technical University Russia

Title: Nickel based electrodes for high-performance thermogalvanic cells for waste heat harvesting

Abstract:

The influence of architecture and modification of carbon nanomaterials with halogens on the transport of charge carriers in polymer chains”; Grant of the President of the Russian Federation “development of a new type of thermoelectric generator based on potassium titanates decorated with nanosized oxide heterostructures”; RFBR project “theoretical and experimental foundations of the formation of highly homogeneous superconcentrates of nanostructural additives for thermoplastic polymers”.

Biography:

Igor Nikolaevich Burmistrov is a PhD professor in material and works with department of chemistry and chemical technology of Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov and department of functional nanosystems and high-temperature materials of NUST “MISiS”. PhD habilitation was defended in 2015. The subject of PhD theses "development of scientific bases of synthesis and modification of potassium titanate and technology of polymer composites based on them". Experience in managing research staff: State assignment of the Ministry of Education and Science, design part, project "development of new technologies for thermoelectric conversion of low potential heat into electricity"; RFBR project “The influence of architecture and modification of carbon nanomaterials with halogens on the transport of charge carriers in polymer chains”.

Qi fen Li
10:00 AM-10:25 AM Hall 1

Qi fen Li

Shanghai Electric Power University China

Title: Research on Coordination Mechanism of regional electricity hydrogen coupling comprehensive energy flexibility and optimization of cross domain system for deep decarbonization

Abstract:

Under the background of low-carbon development, the trend of re electrification and low-carbon development of urban energy consumption is obvious. With the development of new industries such as integrated circuits and new infrastructure such as 5g and data centers, China will promote a new round of rapid growth of regional energy. As a major city receiving external power, Shanghai will face large-scale distributed energy grid connection, and the proportion of superimposed terminal power consumption will grow rapidly. The safety and reliability of urban distribution network will face great challenges. The "electricity hydrogen" coupling system is considered to be an important component of future energy that can break through the limitations of renewable energy development and achieve the power and electricity balance of multi-level power grids. It is an important way to realize the green and low-carbon transformation of terminal energy, and expand the scope and depth of power substitution. This paper aims to meet the needs of deep power substitution and decarbonization on the user side, excavate the flexibility of electric hydrogen coupling in new power systems, adjust the margin, and expand typical electric hydrogen coupling scenarios such as "traffic power, industrial heating, building heating" to achieve deep decarbonization in the process of terminal energy re electrification. This paper puts forward the evolution path of regional electric hydrogen coupling, and scientifically arranges sufficient electric hydrogen two-way interactive conversion devices in the space-time of the power network, so as to improve the stability of the green distribution network system. This research work will provide a decision-making theoretical reference for actively supporting the new power system and building a low-carbon, green, hydrogen electricity coupled deep decarbonization energy supply system.

Biography:

Qi-fen Li is a professor at Shanghai Electric Power University. She is the vice chairman of the special committee of Shanghai distributed energy industry technology innovation strategic alliance, and also a member of the expert group of Shanghai Energy "13th five year plan" and "14th five year plan" science and technology support plan. She is the project leader and planning writer of the comprehensive energy "14th five year plan" of Lingang New Area of China (Shanghai) pilot free trade zone. Now, she is mainly engaged in the planning, design, demonstration, promotion and implementation of new energy, distributed energy and integrated smart energy. Through years of project accumulation and technology research and development in the field of comprehensive energy, Qi-fen Li led the team to form a set of new energy multi energy complementarity and regional comprehensive energy planning and operation and maintenance optimization methods with complete processes and advanced concepts, which have been applied to many landmark comprehensive energy demonstration projects such as Shanghai Lingang New Area and Shanghai Disney park.

Qi-fen Li is a professor at Shanghai Electric Power University. She is the vice chairman of the special committee of Shanghai distributed energy industry technology innovation strategic alliance, and also a member of the expert group of Shanghai Energy "13th five year plan" and "14th five year plan" science and technology support plan. She is the project leader and planning writer of the comprehensive energy "14th five year plan" of Lingang New Area of China (Shanghai) pilot free trade zone. Now, she is mainly engaged in the planning, design, demonstration, promotion and implementation of new energy, distributed energy and integrated smart energy. Through years of project accumulation and technology research and development in the field of comprehensive energy, Qi-fen Li led the team to form a set of new energy multi energy complementarity and regional comprehensive energy planning and operation and maintenance optimization methods with complete processes and advanced concepts, which have been applied to many landmark comprehensive energy demonstration projects such as Shanghai Lingang New Area and Shanghai Disney park

Speakers

Cristina Sáez Blázquez
09:45 AM-10:00 AM Hall 1

Title: Research on power optimization strategies of photovoltaic array on highway pavement under the dynamic random vehicle shading conditions

Anatoly Ilyich Nikitin
10:25 AM-11:45 AM Hall 1

Anatoly Ilyich Nikitin

N.N. Semenov Federal Research Center for Chemical Physics Russia

Title: Explosions of ball lightning inside enclosed premises

Abstract:

Sooner or later, the life of ball lightning ends. Having exhausted the supply of energy, it can “dissolve” in the air without a trace or disappear, leaving traces on the painted floor in the room [1, 2]. But in the case of a “violent” death, ball lightning does not have time to use up its energy reserve, and the consequences of its explosion can become significant. The death of ball lightning can occur when it collides with some obstacle. At the same time, a sheaf of sparks flies out of it - elements of its energy core. On May 27, 2013, ball lightning exploded inside a log house in the village of Mogsokhon in Buryatia (Russia). The wall of the house fell out from the explosion, windows and doors were squeezed out, sheets of slate on the roof were torn off (see Fig.). Surprisingly, the owner, Rada Sandanova, who was next to the ball lightning at the time of the explosion, suffered, but remained alive. The energy of this ball lightning, estimated from the equivalent effect of an explosion of TNT, turned out to be about 30-130 MJ [3]. The literature describes similar cases of explosions of ball lightning inside the premises, which caused great destruction. Brand [5] had described the aftermath of a ball lightning explosion on 22 March 1914 in a church in the village of Poggio tre Crosi. The explosion squeezed out the doors, split the pillars of the windows, destroyed the facade of the church. In the summer of 1938, in the Vologda Oblast (Russia), ball lightning the size of a soccer ball exploded inside a smithy. As a result, the wall of the smithy fell to the ground [1]. The witness, being inside the smithy, survived. In August 1924, in the village Gvozdki (Russia), during a thunderstorm, ball lightning penetrated into the hut through the chimney [5]. Having exploded on the stove next to a dough tub, it threw the tub and the boy sitting by the window into the street at a distance of about 20 meters. The boy was not hurt. These features of the action of ball lightning can be explained on the basis of the electrodynamic model [6]. According to this model, ball lightning has an electric charge Q of 10-3 - 10-1 C. The charge is inside a spherical shell of radius R, consisting of water molecules, and stretches it with the force Fem = Q2/4πε0R2. Opposite to this force is the shell compression force caused by the polarization of the shell material, Fsh = 2σaQ/ε0R, where σ = 1 C/m2 is the surface charge density of dipoles (water molecules), and a is the shell thickness. When the shell breaks, charge carriers settle on the walls of the room and push them apart from the inside. According to the observation, in 1938, ball lightning with a radius of 16 cm with a shell thickness of a = 2.5 cm exploded in the smithy. Based on the equality Fem = Fsh, we find the charge of ball lightning Qbl = 8πσaR = 0.1 C. Such a charge, deposited on the wall of a sphere with a radius Rk = 2 m, presses on its surface with a force Fk = Qbl2/4πε0Rk2 = 2.25·107 N.

For the case of a ball lightning explosion at the furnace [5], ​​it can be assumed that ball lightning with a charge of 3.5·10-3 C transferred a charge of 3.5·10-5 C to the dough tub. Starting from this charge, the tub acquired a speed sufficient to fly out of the window of the hut. So, it can be concluded that the effect of a ball lightning explosion differs from that of a domestic gas explosion. In the latter case, destruction is caused by a shock wave. In contrast, the charge of ball lightning “smoothly” pushes

Biography:

Anatoly Ilyich Nikitin is a physicist. In 1965 he graduated from the Faculty of Physics of Lomonosov Moscow University. In 1965 he received a PhD in Physics and Mathematics from the Lebedev Physical Institute, and in 1989 he received a Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics from the Karpov Research Institute of Physics and Chemistry. He was engaged in the creation and study of a hydrogen maser and high-power pulsed chemical lasers on reactions of fluorine with hydrogen and deuterium. He studied selective chemical reactions during laser multiphoton dissociation of freon molecules, which are used to separate carbon isotopes, and also studied gas combustion processes stimulated by plasma. In 1998, he proposed a new model of ball lightning and then for 20 years was engaged in modeling its properties. In 2008, he was elected Secretary of the International Committee of Ball Lightning. In 2022, he published the monograph "My Ball Lightning".