CALL FOR PAPERS
At BIG ENERGY CONSUMERS seek solutions with bioenergy, to solve important issues:
- Secured biofuel supply and price stability
- Energy recovery of by-products and residues.
- Favourable funding and outsourcing conditions
- Better energy efficiency
- Co-generation or trigeneration
- Eco-friendly image
Big energy consumers invited to the 1st are HOTELS, FOOD INDUSTRY, SCHOOLS, and BLOCKS OF FLATS.
What can be proposed?
It may have 3 types of proposals:
- Energy solutions for large consumers of power and thermal energy in these 4 sectors. Papers can be in long format (18 minutes) or short (5 minutes) depending on the Evaluation Committee.
- Experiences and case studies with practical approach. Papers can be in long format (18 minutes) or short (5 minutes) depending on the determination by the Evaluation Committee.
- Latest technological innovations in bioenergy use for large energy consumers. These technological innovations will be presented in the space "3 minutes, 3 images".
Papers should fit in any of these topics:
- Technology: production of heat and steam, cogeneration, micro-cogeneration, trigeneration, hybridization with other renewable technologies.
- Energy recovery from waste products and
- Improve of environmental sustainability, reducing CO2 emissions, waste reduction.
- Improve of energy efficiency
- Financing solutions
It will be selected the most innovative solutions and successful case studies that are more likely to be deployed on big energy consumers sectors.
Form for proposal submission
Proposals will be submitted through this FORM and should meet the following criteria:
The first page should contain the following information:
- Title of paper
- Name the author / s
- Membership organization
- Proposed mode (energy solutions, Experiences and Case Studies,
- Brief curriculum of the author / s
- Abstract (maximum 300 words)
- Keywords (max. 5)
Word or pdf format.
Maximum length: 3 sheets.
Deadline for submitting proposals is June 15, 2012, inclusive.
Proposals should have a clear practical approach. In this regard, priority proposals will be those that shows keys to success and impact of projects, initiatives or specific experiences related to large energy consumers: food industry, tourist accommodation, private schools and blocks of flats.
Proposals received will be evaluated by the Evaluation Committee, which is responsible for setting up the program content.
The notice of acceptance or rejection of proposals will be held from June 30, 2012.
Approved proposals will be given by the authors orally.
Approved proposals will have a free registration.