Renovenergia call november 1

International Seminar
Renewable Energies and Energy Transition
Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil, 19 – 21 March, 2014 Submission of abstracts: November 30th, 2013
Submission of texts: February 15th, 2014

Organised by:

Secretariat of Economic Development Planning of the State of Alagoas, SEPLANDE, Brazil
Prospectiva 21OO Brasil
UFAL, Federal University of Alagoas, Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil

With the scientific and technical support of:

Federal University of Alagoas - UFAL,, Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil
Secretariat of Science, Technology and Innovation of the State of Alagoas – SECTI, Brazil Prospective 21OO - Preparing the future, France Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária - EMBRAPA Serviço Brasileiro de Apoio às Micro et Pequenas Empresas - SEBRAE, Brazil Alagoas Federation of Industries - FIEA, Brazil
With the patronage of:

State of Alagoas, Brazil
Algás – Gás de Alagoas S.A., Brazil FIEA, Alagoas Federation of Industries, Brazil SEBRAE, Serviço Brasileiro de Apoio às Micro e Pequenas Empresas, Brazil Committees:

Organization Committee
Chairwoman : Vera Dubeux Torres, CECA / UFAL, Prospectiva 21OO Brasil, Brazil Secretary : Lucien Deschamps, Prospective 21OO, France . Alírio Gomes da Cunha, Secretariat of Economic Development Planning of the State of Alagoas – SEPLANDE . Danúbio de Araújo Lacerda, Alagoas Federation of Industries, Brazil - FIEA . Glauco Angeiras, Secretariat of Economic Development Planning of the State of Alagoas - SEPLANDE . Guilherme Lyra, Centre of Agrarian Sciences, CECA, UFAL . Jackson Pacheco de Macedo, Secretariat of Economic Development Planning of the State of Alagoas - . José Mateus de Lucena Filho, Secretariat of Economic Development Planning of the State of Alagoas – International Scientific and Technical Committee
Chairman : Alfredo Durval Vilela Cortez, Union of Sugar and Alcohol Producers of the State of Alagoas, Brazil Secretary : Abel Cavalcante Lima, Secretariat of Economic Development Planning of the State of Alagoas – SEPLANDE, Brazil . Abdennour Keramane, MedEnergie, Algeria . Boris Reutov, Kurchatov Institute, Russia* . Daniel Thomas, Technical University of Compiègne, France . Erick Marquardt de Araujo, Renova Energia, São Paulo, Brazil* . Fred Moavenzadeh, Masdar Institute, United Arab Emirates* . Geoberto Espírito Santo, Algás, State Council for Energy Policy of the State of Alagoas, Brazil . Gilles Flamant, CNRS / PROMES Laboratory, Perpignan, France . Guilherme Lyra, Centre of Agrarian Sciences, CECA, UFAL, Brazil . Hervé Bichat, Former CG GREF, Ministry of Agriculture, France . Jean-Louis Bobin, University Paris VI, UPMC, France . José Antônio Bressiani, Granbio, Brazil . Karla Barcellos, UFAL, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil . Laércio Couto, UFV, Federal University of Viçosa, Brasil * . Lauricio Endres, Centre of Agrarian Sciences, CECA/ Federal University of Alagoas, UFAL, Brazil . Lucien Deschamps, Former EDF R&D, France . Marcelo Sfeir de Aguiar, Embrapa, Brazil . Marcilio Reinaux Jr, AREVA Renewables Brazil, Recife, Brazil . Mozart de Siqueira, Brennand Energia, Recife, Brazil . Norio Yamamoto, Global Infrastructure Fund, Japan* . Renato Andrade Octaviano Bernis, CEMIG, Brazil* . Richard Balla, Ministry of Energy and Water, Cameroon* . Roberto Lyra, UFAL, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil . Roberto Pinto, RB, Energias Renováveis Biomassa, Brazil* . Simoni Margareth Plentz Maneghetti, Federal University of Alagoas, UFAL, Brazil . Soedjana Sapiie, Bandung Institute of Technology, ITB, Indonesia . Sudha Nair, Consultant, Science & Technology and Innovation for Society, India* . Vera Dubeux Torres, RIDESA, CECA / UFAL, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil Objectives:

The foreseeable depletion of fossil fuels reserves and the necessary reduction of greenhouse gas emissions will lead to an
increased share of renewable energies in the future global energy mix.

Since 2000, renewable energies contribute most of the growth in the global clean energy effort. In recent years a significant increase in wind turbines and solar photovoltaic technologies implementation could be seen. Other renewable technologies, including: hydro, geothermal and biomass, were also growing, increasing the production capacity worldwide by hundreds of gigawatts. Biofuels for transport and renewable heat will also play an important role in the future. Brazil, for its part, aims at improving the energy efficiency of systems and at strengthening, in order to insure a greater energy security, a diversified renewable energy portfolio for transport and electricity. The plans include an increase of the share of electricity produced from wind power (overall potential of Brazil: 140 GW of which 30 usable) and sugar cane bagasse. They also include the connection of new hydroelectric facilities to the electric grid (hydropower currently accounts for nearly 90% of the electricity produced in Brazil) and to develop solar PV for rural electrification (Brazil has one of the world's highest solar irradiation : 6.5 kWh / day in the semi-arid Nordeste). The electricity produced by cogeneration, mainly from sugar cane bagasse, will be also widely developed for rural electricity supply. In the residential sector, Brazil promotes the use of solar water heaters and encourages the studies of energy production from wastes. The Brazilian plan on climate change will contribute an increased use of biofuels. Brazil is among the countries in the industrialized world with the highest use of renewable energy sources. Over 45% of the energy are generated by water, wind, solar, biomass (ethanol) to be compared with less than 15% globally. The State of Alagoas, where this seminar is organized, has an energy mix with almost 80% of renewable energy. The objective of the seminar RenovEnergia'14 will be an assessment of the prospects of renewable energies towards a future
energy mix. The seminar will present state of the art technologies together with innovations and the ongoing R&D.
RenovEnergia'14 will provide an ideal opportunity for exchanges between local, national and international researchers,
engineers and managers.

The following topics will be covered:
1 – Future Needs / Resources: Energy transition
2 – Renewable energy resources: atlas of resources, the sun, wind, water, biomass…
3 – The techniques and the production plants:

- Criteria for comparing power plants using renewable energies,
- Photovoltaic solar energy, concentrated solar power (CSP), solar thermal.
- Wind energy
- Hydropower,
- Energies from biomass
- Other energy: marine energy, geothermal.
- The tropicalization of equipment
4 – Management of renewable energy: Complementarity of renewable resources, power plants, energy storage,
associated smart grids.
5 – Future perspectives: which renewables in 2050 and beyond? Scenarios
Official Languages:
The official languages at RenovEnergia’14 will be Portuguese and English. Simultaneous translation will be provided
for oral sessions in the 2 languages: Portuguese and English.
All abstracts for proposed papers should be sent to the RenovEnergia’14 Secretariat in Portuguese and / or in English
(if possible in the 2 languages)
, both by email (as an attachment in 2 versions: 1 using .doc format and 1 using .pdf
format) by November 30th, 2013.
The abstracts should be adequately detailed and present a synopsis of the paper (in 500 words), emphasising any new
ideas. Each abstract should be preceded by: The paper title, names of authors, their affiliations, email and addresses.

Full Papers:

Authors whose papers will have been accepted will be informed by December 15th, 2013. Full texts in Portuguese or in
should reach the RenovEnergia’14 Secretariat by February 15th, 2014.
The conference programme will be finalized by January 1st, 2014.
Technical Visits:

A technical visit will be organized for the participants in the Maceió region on Friday March 21, 2014.


Secretariat RenovEnergia’14:
Avenida da Paz, 1108
Cep: 57022-050 Maceió – AL, Brazil
E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]
Telephone: +55 (82) 3315-2530 / +55 (82) 9306-9099
Conference Venue:
RenovEnergia’14 will be held at the Federation of the Industries in Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil.

Travel Agency MEP Eventos e Turismo – e mail: [email protected]
Registration on-line:

You are requested to complete and return this form as soon as possible to the following address :
RenovEnergia’14 Secretariat
Avenida da Paz,1108 – Jaraguá- Cep: 57022-050 – Brazil
Tel + 55 (82) 3315-2530 / +55 (82) 9306-9099
Email : [email protected] / [email protected]

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