SEE 2024 will feature a combination of keynote presentations, theme-tailored parallel sessions, and networking opportunities. It will provide a platform for participants to showcase  latest research findings, exchange innovative ideas, and engage in fruitful discussions with peers and experts in the field.

SEE 2024 will cover the topic below. Please click the arrows to see the sub-topics.

ü Renewable energy sources and technologies 
ü Integration of variable renewable energy (VRE) 
ü Flexible resources and their integration 
ü Smart grid and microgrid 
ü Modern power systems planning and operation 
ü Virtual power plants (VPP) 
ü Power trading platforms 
ü Electrification and sector coupling 
ü Energy storage technologies and systems 
ü Hydrogen and fuels cells 
ü Energy systems integration

ü Biomass feedstocks: resources, production, harvesting and processing
ü Biomass upgrading and pretreatment
ü Biomass heat and power
ü Biofuels and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)
ü Waste utilisation and waste-to-energy
ü Biogas and biomethane
ü Biorefinery and biomaterials
ü Green hydrogen
ü Biochar
ü Bio-CCS and Bio-CCU
ü Biomass supply chain optimization

ü Circularity: recycling and reuse of residues and waste
ü Sustainable production and consumption
ü Technological elements of circular economy: recover, redesign, remanufacturing, design for the future, use of digital technology, e.g., tracking and optimising resource use, online platforms, etc.
ü Circular business models
ü Food-water-energy nexus
ü Carbon and water footprint measurement and assessment
ü Techno-socio-economic issues and sustainability of bioeconomy


ü Smart and green buildings
ü Cooling systems
ü Lighting systems
ü Net zero energy buildings (NZEB)
ü Energy storage
ü Renewable energy
ü Data center & data center energy management
ü Sustainable urban planning and design
ü Smart cities and positive  energy districts (PED)

ü Electric vehicles (EV)
ü Connected vehicles
ü Autonomous vehicles (AV)
ü Rail systems
ü Intelligent transport systems (ITS)
ü Sustainable transport planning and design
ü Transformation of business models of logistics and transportation
ü Waterborne transport

ü Energy efficiency
ü Smart manufacturing and advanced data analytics
ü Electrification of process heat and heat pumps
ü Fuel switching and Integration of hydrogen fuels and feedstocks
ü Renewable energy applications
ü Demand response (DR)
ü Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS)

ü Environmental and health risks
ü Air pollution and climate change mitigation
ü Climate related environmental impacts
ü Climate change impacts on hydrology and water resources
ü Natural resource management and climate resilience
ü Micro-sensors and remote sensing for environmental monitoring

ü Regional and local climate analysis
ü Vulnerability, loss and damages, including Impacts and coping measures
ü Disaster analysis, monitoring and mitigation, and emergency preparedness
ü Measurement, monitoring, estimation and modeling of greenhouse gases
ü Methane detection and mitigation
ü Carbon sequestration
ü Waste management and climate

ü Energy transition
ü Scenario analysis and modeling of energy and carbon emissions
ü Carbon markets/emission trading
ü Economics of climate change
ü Energy and climate policy
ü Electricity market deregulation and power trade and enabling policies