Call for Papers

We invite you to submit papers on

  • energy transition, climate neutrality
  • energy efficiency, renewable energy sources 
  • energy-efficient and sustainable solutions for buildings, industry
  • e-mobility 
  • pellets 
  • sustainable energy research, technologies, programmes, markets and policies 
  • products, services, business models
     

The papers can address the following aspects:

  • successfully realised projects
  • technical and business innovation, research results
  • policies, programmes, strategies
  • information, marketing, dissemination
  • market analyses, studies
  • innovative products
  • financing solutions and business models
  • digitisation
  • integrated approaches and solutions for energy efficiency and renewable energy sources

 

Further ideas for topics and aspects to be addressed can be found below and here:​

 

Deadline: 10 October 2022

The papers will be presented in oral or poster sessions. Accepted and presented contributions can be published in the conference proceedings. 
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How to participate?

Call for Papers:
Please submit your contributions for the "Call for Papers" by e-mail to office(at)esv.or.at.

For the Young Energy Researchers Conference and to propose a speaker, please use the respective online submission form:

Check the "Frequently asked questions" for further information.
 


 

How to prepare a paper?

The paper should:

  • include a title and the names and full addresses of the author and co-authors (full names, affiliations, full post addresses, phones, e-mails, websites)
  • be 2-15 pages in length and written in English or German
  • include a short summary at the beginning
  • graphics and pictures are welcome!
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Conference Topics

  • technologies, markets, policies, business models
  • heating of homes and larger buildings, CHP (small to large scale), industrial pellet applications
  • "smart" bioenergy (products and services for decentral, flexible, digital and connected energy systems and markets)
  • new markets for pellets, pellet heating and electricity generation
  • actions to decrease equipment and operation costs
  • actions to improve public perception of biomass
  • energy labelling of heating systems
  • combination of pellets with other renewable energy sources
  • research and innovations on fuels, equipment, products, distribution, technologies and services
  • best practice examples for installations
  • programmes, market reports, financing
  • services, business models and financing in the fields of pellet production and use
  • strategies, policies, legislation, programmes to develop pellet heating/electricity markets
  • different raw materials, agri-pellets, pellet production technologies (e.g. torrefaction)
  • standardisation, quality criteria, quality management
  • pellet market reports (local, regional, national markets)
  • marketing of equipment, fuels and services
  • initiatives and projects to meet emission requirements
  • supply chains for fuels and equipment
  • security of pellet supply
  • safety issues (storage, equipment)
  • sustainability aspects along the value chain & certification schemes
  • improvements in costs, performance and consumer satisfaction
  • pricing and risk management
  • pellets and energy efficiency (heating, electricity production)
  • pilot projects, information and training
  • energy contracting and other operation & financing models
  • results of EU-funded projects
  • policies, technologies and markets (local, regional, national, EU level; specific sectors, e.g. domestic/commercial/industrial/public)
  • business models
  • research results and innovation in products, services and technologies
  • economic, political and social impacts of energy efficiency improvements
  • policies, legislation, programmes to develop energy efficiency markets, implementation of relevant EU directives (EED, EPBD, Ecodesign etc.)
  • financing energy efficiency investments
  • initiatives to make Europe the global number 1 in energy efficiency
  • best practice solutions
  • energy efficient buildings, processes, methods, appliances, equipment and installations, energy efficiency in industry and transport
  • awareness raising for energy efficiency, marketing of energy efficiency products and services
  • standardisation, quality criteria, quality management
  • energy performance indicators/benchmarks
  • combination of energy efficiency with renewable energy sources
  • decreasing investment costs, improving performance and consumer satisfaction
  • pilot projects, information and training
  • results of EU-funded projects
  • policies, technologies and markets (local, regional, national, EU level; specific sectors, e.g. domestic/commercial/industrial/public)
  • business models
  • research results and innovation in products, services and technologies
  • economic, political and social impacts of energy efficiency improvements
  • policies, legislation, programmes to develop energy efficiency markets, implementation of relevant EU directives (EED, EPBD, Ecodesign etc.)
  • financing energy efficiency investments
  • initiatives to make Europe the global number 1 in energy efficiency
  • best practice solutions
  • energy efficient buildings, processes, methods, appliances, equipment and installations, energy efficiency in industry and transport
  • awareness raising for energy efficiency, marketing of energy efficiency products and services
  • standardisation, quality criteria, quality management
  • energy performance indicators/benchmarks
  • combination of energy efficiency with renewable energy sources
  • decreasing investment costs, improving performance and consumer satisfaction
  • pilot projects, information and training
  • results of EU-funded projects
  • Research results on energy-efficient and sustainable buildings (covering any stage in the research and innovation process - from relevant basic research to applications)
  • Results/dissemination of EU-funded projects
  • Advanced building materials
  • Energy storage
  • Building energy systems
  • Smart buildings
  • High performance buildings
  • Deep renovation of buildings and districts
  • Efficient and renewable energy systems for buildings and districts
  • Indoor air quality
  • Embodied energy
  • Energy harvesting
  • Novel architectural solutions for sustainable buildings
  • Building Information Modeling, energy performance monitoring and management of buildings and districts, smart control systems
  • Construction processes & quality assurance
  • How to succeed with the industrial energy transition
  • innovation in technologies, services, business models and system solutions
  • market reports
  • energy management & monitoring
  • policies, programmes and initiatives on local, regional, national, European and global levels
  • non-energy benefits of energy efficiency and renewables for industry
  • energy indicators and benchmarks
  • results of EU-funded projects
  • best practice examples
  • successful integration of e-mobility solutions in sustainable buildings (energy and load management, electricity storage and charging solutions)
  • technology innovation
  • market reports (on local/regional/national/EU/global level)
  • policies promoting integrated approaches (e.g. smart cities, smart grids)
  • e-mobility and the use of renewable energy produced on-site
  • load management building/grid - vehicle - batteries
  • pilot projects, best practice examples
  • standardisation
  • research and innovations in equipment, vehicles, building integration, user behaviour and acceptance, cost reduction
  • innovative services, business models and financing
  • marketing, awareness raising, training
  • results of EU-funded projects

Frequently asked questions: Call for Papers
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  • What do you mean by "papers"?
    A paper is a written conference contribution (usually a short article or a ppt presentation) which you submit to our "Call for Papers". Accepted and presented papers can be published in the conference proceedings.
     
  • What do you mean by "Call for Papers"?
    The "Call for Papers" invites you to submit your written conference contribution before 10 October 2022.
     
  • Do we have to submit an abstract or the final paper by 10 October 2022?
    This is a one-stage submission process - meaning that your paper will be assessed based on your contribution sent on 10 October (there will not be a second round where selected abstracts are invited to submit a full paper). The length and level of comprehensiveness is up to you, but the contribution typically have 2 to 15 pages with a short summary at the beginning. Graphics and pictures are welcome.
     
  • How should the paper be structured?
    The structure of the paper is up to you, one possible content structure could be: title - short and clear summary - background/starting point - technology or methodology - project description - innovative aspects - examples - conclusions & outlook
     
  • What length should the paper have?
    The paper should have 2 to 15 pages. A short summary at the beginning is helpful. Graphics and pictures are welcome.
     
  • Which topics should the papers address?
    Examples for topics can be found above and here:​

  • What are the selection criteria?
    Among the most important selection criteria are innovative aspects, replication potential, relevance for the conference topics, quality of information provided. Papers can be selected for oral or for poster presentation.​​​​​​​

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