Special Issue “Next-Generation Low-Carbon Power and Energy Systems”

Special issue of Energies Open Access Journal

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/energies/special_issues/low_carbon_power

Special Issue Editors

Guest Editor

Prof. Dr. Paul Stewart
Institute for Innovation in Sustainable Engineering, University of Derby, Lonsdale House, Derby, DE1 3EE, UK
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Interests: complex system simulation, design and optimization; engineering applications of artificial intelligence; advanced control systems; power and energy architectures; electrical machines, drives and systems; energy conversion and storage; remote monitoring and sensing; prognostics and diagnostics; low carbon and low emissions operations

Guest Editor

Prof. Dr. Chris Bingham
School of Engineering, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool Lincoln, LN6 7TS, UK
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Interests: aircraft dynamics and advanced control; impact of driver behavior on energy efficiency of EVs/HEVs, electrical power distribution for deep-sea ROVs; power electronic servo-drive systems; real-time prognostics and diagnostics for industrial systems; sensor validation and fault detection; high-efficiency power supplies for domestic products; active magnetic bearings for high-speed energy storage

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Following on from our highly successful Special Issue, Electrical Power and Energy Systems for Transportation Applications

(https://www.mdpi.com/journal/energies/special_issues/Electrical_Power_Energy_Systems), we invited submissions to a further Special Issue of Energies on the subject area of “Next-Generation Low-Carbon Power and Energy Systems”.

This Special Issue will focus on the components of power and energy and, additionally, the development of optimized, robust systems; for example, more-electric and all-electric aircraft, electric and hybrid road vehicles, marine propulsion applications, energy conversion, renewable energy, energy storage and transmission and low emission combustion. It is the integration of these technologies and control methods into optimized systems, which is crucial to achieving critical global targets in energy efficiency, low-carbon, and low-emissions operations. The greatest challenges occur when we combine new technologies at large-scales and often complex system levels.

Topics of interest for publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Novel Electrical Power Systems architectures and technologies;
  • Energy vectors, integration with renewables, power and energy dense machines, converters and energy storage;
  • Air, land and sea vehicles; electrical propulsion and actuation for land, sea and air vehicles;
  • Electrical Machines, Drives, Systems and Applications—AC and DC machines and drives;
  • Multiscale systems modeling; remote monitoring and diagnosis;
  • Power Electronic Systems—Converters and emerging technologies;
  • Modeling simulation and control, reliability and fault tolerance, safety critical operation;
  • Electrical Power Generation Systems—Modeling and simulation of electrical power systems;
  • Load management; power quality; distribution reliability; distributed and islanded power systems, sensor networks, communication and control;
  • Electrical Power Systems Modeling and Control—Modeling and control methodologies and applications;
  • Intelligent systems; optimization and advanced heuristics; adaptive systems; robust control.

Prof. Dr. Paul Stewart
Prof. Dr. Chris Bingham
Guest Editors