Important Dates

  • Paper submission opening: 1st April, 2022
  • Paper submission closing: 1st August, 2022
  • Notification of acceptance: 8th September, 2022
  • Final paper submission: 22th October,  2022

APPEEC 2022

The 14th IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference 2022 (APPEEC) will be held on 20th to 23rd November 2022 in Melbourne, Australia (organised by IEEE PES Victorian chapter). The conference aims to create a knowledge sharing platform for researchers and industry professionals to present and discuss contemporary and emerging technologies. The conference will be conducted in hybrid mode, allowing both face-to-face and virtual presentations.

Authors of accepted papers will be eligible to submit extended papers in IEEE Power and Energy Society Transactions.

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Topics of Interest

The conference invites researchers and industry professionals to submit new and original ideas on different aspects of power and energy engineering, which includes but not limited to the following topics:

  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning for energy system applications 

  • Blockchain and transactive energy systems 

  • Blue and green hydrogen 

  • Data analytics and cyber security 

  • Demand response and demand side management 

  • Diagnostics, condition monitoring and asset management 

  • Distributed energy resources 

  • Energy efficiency 

  • Energy markets and policies 

  • Energy storages including battery storage systems 

  • Electrical machines and motor drives 

  • Electric vehicles

  • FACTS and power electronics 

  • HVDC transmission systems 

  • Hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen applications 

  • IoT and ICT for smart grid 

  • Medium and low voltage DC system

  • Microgrids, community energy and virtual power plants 

  • Multi energy systems 

  • Power engineering education 

  • Power system dynamics, operation, and control 

  • Power system protection and quality 

  • Power system reliability 

  • Renewable energy integration 

  • Smart grid systems

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