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Energise India

Energise 2020

Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE) is organising Energise 2020: Energy Innovation for a Sustainable Economy, the second edition of India’s flagship energy efficiency conclave with support from MacArthur Foundation and American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). This distinctive biennial conclave brings together key government agencies, business leaders, researchers, academicians and relevant stakeholders on one platform to spotlight progress and the broader narrative shaping the future trends of energy efficiency policy in India.

Energise, is scheduled from February 12 to 14, 2020 in Hyderabad, India.

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This 3-day conclave is part of AEEE’s on-going efforts to highlight the significance of energy efficiency as a resource and a first fuel. The first edition of the conclave INSPIRE 2017 -brought together policy makers, thought leaders, researchers, leading energy-efficiency companies, and participants from India and abroad.

Energise aims to facilitate discussions on the latest research, technologies, business models and policies, resulting in information exchange and incubation of new ideas, with an aim to influence the inter-related energy efficiency and climate change dialogue in India.

Energise will have Papers presentation from the three core thematic areas: Buildings and Communities, Urban Infrastructure and Utilities, and Energy Efficiency for Business Competitiveness. Submitted abstracts and papers will have gone through a rigorous selection and peer review process. All accepted papers will also be published as part of a knowledge compendium.

Calendar Of Events

Full paper review phase

Abstract Submission Deadline

Abstract Acceptance Notification

Submission of full paper

Notification of Paper Acceptance

Final paper submission (after revision)

Notification of final acceptance

Last date of registration (for Authors)

Produce proceedings

Energise Dates

Abstracts are invited for the following three energy efficiency thematic areas.

Buildings And Communities

  • Building Energy Codes and Standards
  • Relevant Policies at National & Sub National Level
  • Thermal comfort
  • Embodied energy of construction materials and technologies
  • Role of building energy simulation
  • Climate responsive design
  • Building technologies and controls
  • Space cooling and low energy cooling technologies
  • Net zero buildings and neighbourhoods
  • Behavioral and socio-cultural aspects affecting energy use
  • Post occupancy evaluation
  • Building Energy Performance
  • Standards and Labeling of Appliances
  • Super-Efficient Appliances

Urban Infrastructure & Utilities

  • Sustainable modes of transport and freight
  • Relevant Policies at National & Sub National Level
  • Mobile air conditioning sustainability
  • Electric mobility – modes and business models
  • Batteries and charging infrastructure for electric vehicles
  • Smart Grids and Smart Cities
  • Promoting energy efficiency in the Public Sector
  • Demand side measures in Utilities
  • Building Stock and Benchmarking

Energy Efficiency For Business Competitiveness

  • Energy efficiency in Industries and MSMEs
  • Relevant Policies at National & Sub National Level
  • Energy Data analytics and IoT
  • M&V or EM&V Policy
  • Asset management
  • Green supply chains
  • Energy Productivity
  • Business Models for energy efficiency
  • Financing for energy efficiency
  • Role of ESCOs in transforming energy efficiency markets

Who Should Attend

  • Architects and Engineers
  • Building Equipment & Appliance Manufacturers
  • Building Professionals
  • Businesses
  • Consultants
  • Energy Efficiency Consultants and Professionals
  • Finance Professionals
  • Government Agencies
  • Industry
  • Local, State Agency Personnel
  • Policy-makers
  • Researchers and Analysts
  • Stakeholders from Different Sectors