ISES regional conferences
Regional conferences promote the widespread application of solar energy technology. To steer development for all countries in a sustainable direction it is vital to strongly emphasize the application of solar energy within overall development strategies. Positive research results, successful marketing strategies and new, economically viable products are more likely to be quickly achieved and widely distributed in an environment where the exchange of information and experience is fully realised. ISES sees itself in this context as a focal point, providing a network within which different groups can exchange knowledge and obtain technical and scientific expertise.
13th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry
01- 04 September 2020
Contact: eurosun [at] ises [dot] org
In September 2020, the International Solar Energy Society is pleased to present EuroSun 2020 - the 13th Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry.
EuroSun 2020 will offer a platform to discuss the latest developments with leading solar energy experts as well as policy makers and industry representatives. The programme will include distinguished keynote speakers in plenary sessions, specialists meetings in breakout sessions and poster exhibitions as well as social events where you will have the opportunity to network, meet old friends and to make new ones.
The Conference is organized by ISES in cooperation with the Cyprus University of Technology, the University of West Attica and supported by the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme.
Extension of Deadlines due to COVID-19
We acknowledge that unprecedented and challenging times are facing the global community, and we hope that you and your family are safe.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we would like to inform you that EuroSun 2020 is going ahead as planned. We are monitoring the situation and following the recommendations of national and international public health authorities, in view of the global concerns on the current Covid-19 pandemic and its widespread impacts.
As we are fully aware that everyone's travelling and academic plans are currently on hold, we have decided to extend the abstract submission deadline as well as the deadline for keynote speaker proposals until May 1st.
Rest assured that we are continuing our efforts to bring to you a high-standard scientific event, whilst ensuring that the health and wellbeing of participants is of highest importance.
We cordially invite you to submit your latest and best results as an abstract for EuroSun 2020.
Abstracts are welcome on the following conference topics:
• Solar Buildings
Special call for keynote speaker proposals:
For the first time, the organisers of the EuroSun 2020 are accepting nominations for keynote speakers. We are aiming to encourage the participation of the greater ISES community in the development of the EuroSun 2020 conference program. We are seeking nominations for the most respected, knowledgeable and insightful speakers with expertise in policy, business, technology and other relevant fields to provide insights into the major issues influencing the progress in solar and renewable energy development, applications, policy, financing, or other areas relevant to the EuroSun 2020. The International Organising Committee will also consider gender and geographical balance when selecting speakers and developing the conference programme.
If you are interested to submit a keynote speaker nomination, please read the nomination criteria available on the conference homepage carefully - deadline for all nominations is 1 May 2020.
12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry
10. - 13. September, 2018
This years welcoming message:
It is our great pleasure to invite you to EuroSun 2018 in Rapperswil, Switzerland.
This year’s conference will be held on the beautiful campus of the HSR University of Applied Science Rapperswil on Lake Zürich.
The worldwide success of renewable energy technologies, and solar energy in particular, is remarkable, and it is what we all work for. In many cases solar technologies are already the most economical way to produce electricity or heat. But there is still a very long way to go to achieve the goal of a 100% renewable energy supply. Efficiencies must improve and the costs of components and services must be reduced further. We need a shift to thinking in terms of systems and a better understanding of the interaction of the electricity, heat and mobility sectors.
In the last few years we have seen a growing competition between solar thermal technologies and solar electricity in the heating sector. It is not yet clear where that competition will lead us. Most certainly our future energy system will have a higher grade of electrification. On the other hand it seems likely that energy systems will be more stable and more efficient if a variety of technologies complement each other.
The EuroSun conferences focus on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry, covering both, heat and electricity.
We are pleased to announce that the EuroSun 2018 will be organized in cooperation with the Swissolar Solar Heating Conference, the 2nd SIGES Conference on the Simulation of Energy Systems for Buildings and the 8th International Conference on Solar Air Conditioning.
EuroSun 2018 will offer a platform to discuss the latest developments with leading solar energy experts as well as policy makers and industry representatives. The programme will include distinguished keynote speakers in plenary sessions, specialists meetings in breakout sessions and poster exhibitions as well as social events where you will have the opportunity to network, meet old friends and to make new ones.
For three days the campus of HSR in Rapperswil will host the “who ‘s who” in solar energy for buildings and industry. We look forward to welcoming you there for EuroSun 2018.
Grand Renewable Energy 2018 - International Conference and Exhibition
Sunday, 17. June 2018 to Friday, 22. June 2018
Pacifico Yokohama, Japan
Welcome message from the organizing committee: The Paris Agreement in COP21 is the agreement applicable to all participants of parties for the first time in history and serves as a turning point with an eye toward a decarbonized society. Under the Agreement, the greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced dramatically to almost zero by the end of this century. With this long-term goal in the Paris Agreement, it is important for us to accelerate strategic efforts and initiatives carbon emission reduction in energy demand and supply.
The practical challenge to achieve is low- carbonization of energy supply, energy conversion, and energy conservation including smart integration of renewable energy in maximum both in supply and demand sides. Financial strategy, policy initiatives and advanced technology development must be associated with them. Intelligence and cutting edge technology are indispensable in the fields of electricity, electronics, mechanics, physics, chemicals, biology, architecture, civil, mathematics, meteorology, sociology, systems, finance, and integrated management. We have great expectation and feel glad to have discussion about these crucial issues through the 900 papers’ presentation covering 12 areas of renewable energies. Plenary session by the invited speakers, more than 15 experts, from all over the world are also programmed. International exhibition is held in parallel. We, Organizing Committee, welcome all those participating in Grand Renewable Energy 2018 Conference, and look forward to seeing in Yokohama.
11th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry
12.-14. October 2016
Palma de Mallorca
International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry
ISES, AEDES and the University of the Balearic Islands are pleased to announce the 2016 edition of EuroSun, the ISES European solar energy congress.
- Solar Architecture and Net Zero Energy Buildings
- Solar Heat for Industrial Processes
- Thermal Storage
- Solar Thermal Systems: Domestic Hot Water, Space Heating and Cooling
- Solar Assisted District Heating and Cooling and Large Scale Applications
- Testing & Certification
- Solar Thermal Collectors and Solar Loop Components
- PV and PVT systems for buildings and industry
- Solar Resource
- Solar Education
- Renewable Energy Strategies and Policies
View the proceedings of the EuroSun 2016 here: http://proceedings.ises.org/?conference=eurosun2016
View video interviews which were taken at the EuroSun 2016 on the ISES YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHMZ2tGVXsM9sikwxaXRLGE2WIAKR7B9X
16 - 19 September 2014
Solar energy and solar buildings are fundamental pillars to achieving a transition to a renewable energy society. While Europe is 6 years from 2020 when the binding targets of the 3x20 will be evaluated, technologies under development today should be common place in this horizon.
To bring light to the latest developments, the scientific and organizing committees invited scientists, engineerings and policy makers to Aix les Bains, France to participate in EuroSun 2014, a European solar energy conference, organized jointly by ISES Europe and INES.
The conference proceedings are available in the ISES Conference Proceedings Database.
ISES Asia Pacific 2014 - Grand Renewable Energy Conference & Exhibition
27 July - 1 August 2014
The importance of the renewable energy technology has been growing significantly since the beginning of the 21st century and will continue throughout this century.
The Grand Renewable Energy 2014 (GRE2014) international conference, which follows the two conferences of RE2006 and RE 2010 was held in Japan. The Organizing Committee carried out extensive activities for the success of GRE2014 with our continuous slogan "Advanced Technology Paths to Global Sustainability". Many prominent experts and organizations concerned with renewable energy participated in the committee, in the fields of academia, industry, and government, not only in Japan but also from the various countries of the world.
Expectations have been growing worldwide for renewable energy technologies as a solution for energy and global environment issues; issues projected to become more evident and serious during the 21st century. According to some long-term projections, renewable energy may satisfy half of the worlds energy needs by 2050. This would put renewable energy on the same level of importance as conventional energy. Moreover, more aggressive forecasts predict that renewable energy might supply two-thirds of the worlds energy by 2100.
We, the specialists involved in the field of renewable energy technologies today, should accept this challenge and respond to these ambitious targets this century. Doing so will influence our direction and quality of life in the future. Knowing that renewable energy is a peaceful energy resource present everywhere on earth should inspire us to further its development and dissemination. At this important time in history, you are invited to contribute to the progress of renewable energy technologies. This conference was a joint event organized together with the International Solar Energy Society-Asia Pacific.
18 - 21 September 2012
Opatija & Rejika, Croatia
The biennial ISES Europe Solar Conference, with the overarching theme â€œSolar Energy for a Brighter Futureâ€, addressed solar energy as the most important and reliable energy source for our future. The conference brought together science, industry, academia and governments to discuss the latest cutting-edge technology advancements and business opportunities in the solar fields. Rijeka and Opatija are neighboring cities in the unique location on the coast of Croatia, famous for its rich cultural heritage and technical history.
5th ISES Latin American Regional Conference 2012 & IV Brazilian Solar Energy Congress (VI CBENS)
18 - 21 September 2012
Sao Paulo, Brazil
This joint event brought together researchers, professionals and students of all renewable energy sectors in the Latin American region, to learn about the development of the renewable energy technologies.