The Annual IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference Comes to Halifax

This year, IEEE Canada’s Annual Electrical Power and Energy Conference, the premier conference on Energy Generation, Distribution, and Markets held north of the 49th parallel, is in beautiful and historic Halifax, Nova Scotia from August 25 to August 27 at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel.

The Call for Papers has been released and the topics up for consideration include:

  • Computational Intelligence Systems
  • Electricity Markets
  • Energy Storage
  • Wind Power
  • Solar Power
  • Wave & Tidal Power
  • Hydrogen Power
  • Bio-Thermal Power
  • Small Hydro Power
  • Fuel Cells
  • Smart Grid
  • Computational Methods in Power Systems
  • Transmission & Distribution
  • MicroGrids
  • Power System Communications
  • Energy Systems for Buildings
  • Energy Conservation and Efficiency
  • Technology Trends
  • Clean & Renewable Energy Markets
  • Novel Methods of Power Generation

During that time, you’ll also be able to enjoy Shakespeare by the Sea, Ghost Walks, the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition, and, if you stay an extra week to enjoy the uniqueness of Halifax and Nova Scotia, you can enjoy the 20th Atlantic Fringe Festival. (A complete list of summer festivals can be found on the Destination Halifax and Nova sites.)

So if you’re looking for a premier Energy Conference that usually attracts a few hundred leading researchers and practitioners from all over the globe, you might want to consider putting this conference in your sights. Not only do you get a great conference, but you also get a great location at a great time of year to boot!