Renewable Energy and Climate Change 2019

Sep 09-10, 2019

London, United Kingdom

Conference on Renewable Energy and Climate Change

Renewable Energy - Neither “depleted” nor “replenished”!

Renewable energies – Sum up of clean and inexhaustible energy sources which include Biomass, Geothermal, Hydrogen, Wind, Solar, Hydropower etc., As it originates and adapts to natural cycles hence the name Renewables.

This increasingly competitive energy source is an indispensable partner in combating climate change. Rather conventional energy, renewable technologies are the major sources in many growing parts of the world which also reduces the energy dependency.

The run for renewables has moved up a gear, and for the first time its capacity has overtaken the capacity of fossil fuel for the UK. The scope of renewables such as wind, solar and biomass has tripled in the last five years making the yield 42GW compared to that of fossil fuels 40.6GW, this would have been unthinkable challenge a few years ago but not unmatched.

This is great news for the UK and their never-ending battle to combat climate change. These figures will need to rise continuously in the future as the power from fossil fuels was still greater overall at 40% compared to that of 28% from renewables. Wind and Solar continue to lead the way in renewables providing 20GW with solar providing 13GW of capacity.

Dr Iain Staffell who was the lead researcher said:

“Britain’s power system is slowly but surely walking away from fossil fuels, and this quarter saw a major milestone on the journey.”

Renewable Energy 2019 provides an acting stage at the “Capital of England” – London, the UK for energy integration. Join hands in this global gathering towards an effort in assisting human and environment to create a clean and green community.

The main objective of this congress is to discuss about the transition towards a low carbon economy resulting in the overall global growth. So in the economies of scale and innovation of a country, Renewable energy is not only the most sustainable solution environmentally but also economically.

                                             Combat Climate Change!!     Conserve Energy Future!!



Key findings:

  • The European Union could double the renewable share in its energy mix, cost effectively, from 17% in 2015 to 34% in 2030.
  • All EU countries have cost-effective potential to use more renewables.
  • Renewables are vital for long-term decarbonisation of the EU energy system.
  • The European electricity sector can accommodate large shares of solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind power generation.
  • Heating and cooling solutions account for more than one third of the EU’s untapped renewable energy potential.
  • All renewable transport option, including both electric vehicles and biofuels, are needed to realize long-term EU decarbonisation objectives.
  • Biomass will remain a key renewable energy source beyond 2030.



Conference Name Place Date
Renewable Energy & Climate Change 2019 London, UK September 09-10, 2019
Dr Evangelos I Gkanas
Senior Lecturer
Mechanical Engineering
Coventry University, UK


He is Senior Lecturer at Coventry University, UK since September 2015. He is the Co-founder and Leader of the Hydrogen for Mobility Lab which is based at Coventry University and the leader of the Materials for Energy Needs Research Group.

Rosa Cervera Sarda
Eco-Futuring, Design Lab for the Green City
Alcalá University


Full Professor and current Director of "Advanced Master in Architecture and City Project" and "Eco-Futuring, Design Lab for the Green City" at Alcalá University (Madrid, Spain) and former Dean of the School of Architecture.

Dr Martin Khzouz
Assistant Professor
Leader of Hydrogen for Mobility Lab
Coventry University, UK


He has participated in five Major Research Projects funded both by EPSRC, EU and industrial partners, with a number of peer reviewed publications and conference appearances. Currently he is Assistant Professor and leads the Hydrogen for Mobility lab.

Frank Princiotta
Retired, Research Director
US Environmental Protection Agency


Frank Princiotta retired as Director of the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division, for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in December 2015. He has a degree in Chemical Engineering from City University of NY and a Nuclear Engineering Certific

Researches :

  • Climate change challenge, Nuclear Engineering.

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