1st International Conference on Water, Energy & Environment (WEECON 2021)

23 & 24 December 2021

1st International Conference on Water, Energy & Environment (WEECON 2021) was successfully organized on 23rd & 24th December 2021 by ISET Research. A total of 270 research papers has been received and out of which 123 high quality papers has been accepted and published in the conference proceedings. Visit: https://www.weecon.in for more information about the conference.

Event TypeConference
No. of Days02
Mode of ConductionOnline
Registered Participants123


Conference Scope:

End Use Efficiency: Buildings, Energy & Behavior, Green Computing, Sensors & Data, Thermoelectric, Transportation & Water Systems.

Fossil & Nuclear Energy: CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Combustion, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Natural Gas, Nuclear & Unconventional Oil & Gas.

Environmental Impacts: Air Quality, Climate, Integrated Modeling, Land Use & Water.

Renewable Energy: Bioenergy, Geothermal, Photovoltaics, Renewable Fuels, Solar Thermal & Wind Energy.

Energy Storage & Grid Technology: Batteries & Fuel Cells, Electric Grid, Grid Scale Storage & Superconductors.

Policy & Economics: Economic Development & Equity, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation.

Publication Details:

Proceedings: All accepted and registered papers will be published in WEECON 2021 Conference Proceedings.

Selected high quality papers are published in the following journals:



Renewable Energy Focus

Special Issue on Innovations in Power Conversion System for Renewable Energy Applications

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Edited by Dr Balakrishnan, Dr SundarRajan, Dr George Fernandez
Last update 15 November 2021
This special issue “Innovations in Power Conversion System for Renewable Energy Applications” will provide a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive, and insightful analysis of the issues which covers wide range of topics which trends in power generation, transmission and distribution. Papers in the special issue may address technical, economic, policy and regulatory issues; addressing significant challenges in the power sector, particularly in deregulated/restructured power markets.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

• Integrated Power to X systems, operations and economics
• Managed charging for electric vehicles
• Power system control, operation, communications
• Energy management systems/distribution automation
• Applications of power electronics to power systems
• Applications of power electronics in hybrid and electric vehicles.
• Distributed generation and renewable energy sources
• Power converters for smart and microgrids
• Integrated Mobility/Power system dynamics
• Modelling, simulation, and control of integrated multi asset power systems
• Energy storage technologies
• Machine learning applications for energy conversion, management and operations
• Challenges in restructured energy systems


Global Challenges and Innovations in Water Treatment and Waste Management

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Edited by Balakrishnan Deepanraj, Hwai Chyuan Ong, Pau Loke Show, Shaik Feroz
Last update 27 May 2022
Current trends in climate change and rise in human population has compromised water adequacy, availability and safety. Wastewater managers around the world have the responsibility to ensure that the effluent that is eventually released into the environment does not degrade the quality of the recipient water bodies. Attaining sustainability in wastewater management is top in the of Sustainable Development Goals’ Agenda. The realization of a more sustainable wastewater management will require a highly holistic and balanced approach in evaluating a particular management strategy’s overall sustainability. Promoting the use of safe, affordable and adequately available wastewater treatment techniques is a step towards wastewater management for sustainability. Wastewater treatment and management is the overall process that involves the improvement of the quality of wastewater between points of production and points of discharge. Generally the improving process are physical, biological and chemical properties of wastewater to eliminate both the known and emerging contaminants from the water eventually available for release into the environment. This Special issue is primed as the multidisciplinary studies of some of the currently known and emerging wastewater management techniques that are considered as an essential in attaining sustainability in water resource management.
The thematic issue will focus on but is not limited to the following interesting and significant topics:
•Climate Impacts on Water Resources and Water Crisis
•Effects on Water Resources, Water Cycle and Water Quality
•Drinking Water and Wastewater Systems
•Safety and Quality of Underground Water
•Industrial Waste / Wastewater Valorization and Reuse
•Industrial Waste and Wastewater Treatment
•Micro Pollutants in Water and Wastewater
•Environmental Assessments
•Removal of Industrial Pollutants
•Waste Treatment (mechanical, biological, chemical, thermal, etc.)
•Environmental Toxicology

Energy Nexus

Green Technologies towards Sustainable Development

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Edited by Balakrishnan Deepanraj, Nadir Dizge, Pietro Bartocci, Hwai Chyuan Ong
Last update 14 August 2022


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