16. Smart Energy Management System

Smart Energy Management 


Track Incharge:

Prof. Majid Jamil

JMI, New Delhi


The demand of electrical energy is increasing drastically. Therefore, it is utmost important to reduce the energy consumptions in smart city infrastructure by incorporating the smart devices and use of information and communication technologies. In India, most of the appliances and distribution systems is operating manually and there is a lack of automation for monitoring and control of various electrical equipment’s/devices as a result, the lot of electrical energy is wasted. Smart energy management systems based on ICT devices integrated with renewable energy can provide the good solution and it would be helpful in the development of smart buildings and smart cities particularly in developing countries like India. 

In this track, the researchers may submit their original work on the latest advancements of technologies for smart energy management systems particularly for smart cities developments.  The following are the preferred areas in this track but not limited to the following fields:

Sub Tracks:

• Concept, structure and development of smart grid

• New technologies, greenhouse gas mitigation using renewable energy and energy efficiency

• Integrated energy and communications

• Smart buildings and infrastructure

• Role of smart buildings and energy efficiency in smart cities