Conference Tracks

The Organizing Committee of the Conference invites researchers, practitioners and students worldwide to submit the outcomes of their research for consideration to be presented at the conference. Contributions are encouraged in all fields of Electrical Power and Renewable Energy Engineering, particularly those in the following areas:

  • Smart Grids and Active Distribution Networks

  • Grid Planning, Operation and Management

  • Renewable Generation and Distributed Energy Resources

  • Computational Intelligence, ICT and Blockchain Applications in Smart Grids

  • Emerging Technologies and End-user Systems

  • Microgrids, Standalone Power Systems, and Virtual Power Plants

  • Grid Resiliency, Reliability, Stability and Protection

  • Electricity Market, Innovative Business Mechanism, Policy/Regulatory Aspects

  • Energy Forecasting, Peer-to-peer Energy Trading and Transactive Energy Management

  • Smart Homes, Buildings and Cities and Cyber Security

  • Smart Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis Techniques

  • IoT Enabled Energy Systems

In addition to the above tracks, the Conference has the following Special Sessions:

  • Robust and Reliable Operation of Highly PV Penetrated Active Distribution Networks

  • Day-Ahead Market Self-Scheduling of a Virtual Power Plant under Uncertainties

  • Advances in Cyber-Physical Power System and Resiliency for the Smart Grid Leveraging Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics

  • Advanced Operation, Control and Data Analytics for Energy Storage Systems in Smart Grids

  • Remote Area Power System Planning, Design, Operation and Control

  • Advanced Machine Learning, Data Mining and Optimization Technologies in Power and Integrated Energy Systems

  • Energy transformation and electricity market reform in China

  • Electricity Market Design, Modeling and Simulation​

SGES2020 is being arranged by the "Conference on Power and Energy," a not-for-profit technical association registered by the Australian Business Registrar (ABR) and Australian Taxation Office (ATO). ABN 87175393625. This technical association was first registered in 2019 and consists of 17 colleagues from 8 universities and 2 industries across Australia. The Executives of this technical association are A/Professor Farhad Shahnia, Dr GM Shafiulllah, Dr Hai Wang and Dr Muhammad Adnan Hayat. The trading address is 2/35 Nicholson rd, Cannington WA 6107. The key aim of this technical association is arranging an annual technical event (conferences, seminars and workshops) in the area of power and energy. This technical association hosted successfully the 9th International Conference on Power and Energy Systems (ICPES 2019) in Perth, Australia on 10-12 December 2019. The International Conference on Smart Grids and Energy Systems (SGES2020) is the second conference being hosted by this technical association.