The 7th International Conference on Electrical Energy and Networks

Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan, China

March 16-18, 2019

Keynote Speakers


Prof. Peng Wang, IEEE Fellow
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Dr Peng Wang received his B.Sc. degree from Xian Jiaotong University, China, in 1978, and M. Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, in 1995 and 1998 respectively. He has being served as committee member, deputy chair and chair of IEEE PES Singapore Chapter for more than 10 years. Currently he is a professor in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and honorary professor in Taiyuan University of Technology. His research areas include power system planning, operation and reliability analysis; power market analysis; renewable sources integration; AC, DC and hybrid AC/DC microgrids; and smart grid operation and control. He is PIs and Co-PIs of the over S$20m projects from different companies such as Rolls-Royce, Schneider Electric Singapore, Alstom, ST-Electronics, and different government organizations in Singapore and USA. He is also an international adviser for two largest projects with over RMBұ50m from Chinese Government. He has published over 250 papers in prestigious journals and international conferences with over 4000 citations and H index 32 and received two best paper awards in two international conferences and the outstanding power engineer award from IEEE PES. He has been invited to give talks in many universities and conferences. He is an associate editor of IEEE Trans on Smart Grid. Know more about Prof. Wang from this page: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/epwang/

Prof. Chan Siew Hwa
Co-Director, Energy Research Institute @ NTU
Vice-Director, Sino-Singapore International Joint Research Institute @ Guangzhou

Dr. Chan joined NTU as a Lecturer in 1991 after obtaining his PhD and subsequently working as a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College London. He is now a Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Prof. Chan is a Director of Maz Energy Pte Ltd, where he provides technical advices to the Board since 2004. He is an advisor to Total SA (France), Horizon Energy Systems (SGP) and Wuhan Koleal (China). Prof. Chan’s research is inclined Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology. He was the conference chair of the 1st World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC) in 2005 and HYPOTHESIS XIII in 2018. His research has gained him several recognitions, which include George-Stephenson Award from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (UK), Scientific Achievement Award from International Association of Hydrogen Energy (USA), “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014” (Thomson-Reuters), Nanyang Award (Research Excellence), Nanyang Award (Innovation and Entrepreneurship), Nanyang Award (Teaching Excellence), etc. Prof. Chan has published more than 250 refereed journal papers. He is the editorial board member of “Fuel Cells – from fundamentals to systems”, “Journal of Power Technologies”, “Energy Conversion and Management” “International Journal of Energy Research”. He is very active in commercializing technologies developed from his laboratories.

Presentation Title: Hydrogen-based Chemical Energy Storage
Abstract: Large quantities of hydrogen are needed in the petroleum and chemical industries. The largest applications of hydrogen are for processing of fossil fuels and in the production of ammonia for fertilizer market. Hydrogen is also an ideal fuel for fuel cells, especially for the low-temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFCs). Despite very high gravimetric energy density, hydrogen is suffered from low volumetric energy density, hence making it very challenging for fuel storage and transportation. In this talk, the speaker will first briefly introduce Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies research at Energy Research Institute @ NTU, then a topic on hydrogen-based chemical energy storage spanning from hydrogen, syngas and ammonia follows. High-temperature electrolysis based on the solid oxide electrolysis cell is introduced to efficiently produce these hydrogen-based chemical fuels or feedstock electrochemically and in a single-step of conversion, hence preserving the energy conversion efficiency.


Prof. Keh-Chin Chang
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Dr. Chang received his B.Sc. degree from National Taiwan University, Taiwan in1975, and M. Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from University of Illinois, USA in 1981 and 1984. He has worked as a professor in National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan since 1991. Currently, he is also the director of Energy Research Center in National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. His research interests include: Solar Energy, Thermal-Fluids Engineering, and Aerospace Engineering.

Dr. Keh-Chin Chang served as the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Aeronautics, Astronautics, and Aviation from 2000 to 2006. He has publihsed over 60 SCI papers in prestigious journals, and received 3 best paper awards in 3 international conferences and was awarded the best annual (2008) paper published in Journal of Aeronautics, Astronautics and Aviation. Dr. Chang is a fellow of the Aeronautical & Astronautical Society of China, since 2005. Know more about Prof. Keh-Chin Chang from this page: http://www.iaa.ncku.edu.tw/People/Teacher.aspx?ID=773&Culture=en-us

Presentation Title: Provision of Clean Water in Remote Village / Islet through Solar Energy Application: Case of Indonesia

Abstract: Provision of clean fresh water is a fatal need to ensure hygienically living environment for the residents in the remote areas in the world. Indonesia is one of the countries which own a lot of water resources in their territories but have moderate coverage in water basic services, and is chosen as a case for the study. Indonesia is composed of 16,056 islands / islets in its territory so that there are many coastal villages in the islets and additionally many remote villages in the inland of big islands, which have no well-treated water services such as tap water. In consideration of low population, poorly geographic accessibility, and lack of electricity in the remote areas, several candidates of current water treatment systems availably associated with solar energy applications are reviewed here.