Conference Date: February 25-27, 2022
Conference Venue: Guilin, China
Submission Deadline: December 5, 2021
Index: SCIE, EI-JA Compendex, Scopus
In recent decades, the global energy consumption has been increasing rapidly, so the search and development of environmentally friendly energy storage devices with excellent performance has become one of the current research hotspots. Energy storage technology was considered a method of improving power quality, reliability, in addition to yielding other benefits.
The 2022 International Conference on Energy Storage Technology and Power Systems （ESPS 2022）will be held on February 25-27, 2022 in Guilin, China. ESPS 2022 is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Energy Storage Technology and Power System to a common forum. The primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in Power System and Energy Storage Technology and another goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working all around the world. The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Power System and Energy Storage Technology and related areas.
We warmly welcome previous and prospective authors to submit your new research papers to ESPS 2022, and share the valuable experiences with the scientists and scholars around the world.
All accepted full papers will be selected and then submitted to Energy Reports (ISSN: 2352-4847) CiteScore: 2.7 Impact Factor: 6.87 and will be submitted to SCIE/EI-JA/SCOPUS for indexing.
*Please note that only conferences and papers within the scope of the journal Energy Reports are suitable for publication and papers must meet the threshold for quality and ethics – with the Journal retaining final decision.
ESPS 2022 welcomes author submission of papers concerning any branch of the Energy Storage Technology and Power Systems and their applications in electrochemical, and other subjects. The subjects include Energy Storage Technology, Power Systems, Energy Internet, Distributed generation, Inductive energy storage, Electrical and energy circuits and systems, and their applications.
Energy Storage Technology
• Electrochemical Storage
• Thermal Energy Storage
• Mechanical Energy Storage
• Wind Energy Storage
• Hydrogen Energy Storage
• Inductive Energy Storage
• Capacitive Storage System
• Power Storage Equipment
•Energy Storage material Engineering
• Energy Internet
• Energy Storage System Design
• Power Systems
• Electrical and Energy Circuits and Systems
• Power Quality Protection and Electromagnetic Compatibility
• Power System and Automation
• Power System Planning and Dispatching
• Transmission and Distribution System and Equipment
• Distributed Generation
• Electrical Element Network
• Power System Relay
• Electricity and Energy Systems
• Power Engineering Materials
• Tidal, Wave, Ocean, River and Hydroelectric Systems
Energy Storage Material Engineering
• Solar Cell
• Fuel Cell
• Lithium Battery
• Solid State Battery
• Lithium Ion Battery• Hydrogen Cell
• Sodium-ion Battery
• Li-O2 Batteries
• Li-air Batteries
• Li-Sulfur battery• Catalyst
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