IEEE 7th International Conference “2020 IEEE ESS” was devoted to scientific, technical and economic problems of building of Energy Smart Systems – Smart Grid.
The Honorary Chairs Prof. Yuriy Yakymenko (Academician of NAS of Ukraine, First Vice-Rector of National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”) and Prof. Oleksandr Kyrylenko (Academician of NAS of Ukraine, Director of The Insitute of Electrodynamics), the Organizing Committee General Chairperson Prof. Serhii Denysiuk (National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute») in their addresses to the conference participants noted following:
At the beginning of the XXI century, there have been significant changes in the strategy of energy development in the world, which meet the requirements of sustainable development. Energy smart systems became a vector of energy policy in many countries.
For the past few years, smart grids have been the main topic of fervent research and development at both industrial and academic level. The Smart Grid is envisaged to be the next-generation energy grid for Smart Cities.
The 7th International Conference “Intelligent Energy Systems” was devoted to the scientific, technical, and economic problems of building energy-intensive systems – Smart Grid. The presented materials of the conference deeply study and solve the problems associated with the transition from the traditional model of energy to a new innovation model, which will result in significant technological, economic, and social changes in the energy sector.
For the second time, the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENERGY SMART SYSTEMS was held with the support of the world leader in scientific advances in the energy sector, namely the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or IEEE.
At the 7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENERGY SMART SYSTEMS 82 reports were presented from specialized agencies from Ukraine, Canada, Czechia, Egypt, India, Jordan, Latvia, Mexico, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom.
At the conference professor Sergii Saukh (Pukhov Institute for Modelling in Energy Engineering) presented the report “Modelling of market equilibrium on the basis of Smart Grid market system decomposition” (http://ess.ieee.org.ua/paper-14/).