International Conference
Call For Papers !

Conference Objectives

You are invited to submit your full papers for CNRE 2022. Papers should be written in English, the official language of the event.

  1. The paper length should be between 04 to 10 pages (including references).
  2. Papers will be categorized as (a) Accepted for ISBN (b) Accepted for AIP Scopus Indexed publication as per recommendations of the reviewers.
  3. Authors are required to submit thier papers in prescribed templates (MS Word and LaTeX) only.
  4. Papers should be structured properly giving clear idea of novelty. Paper length should not exceed 10 pages in any case.
  5. Selected paper will only be published in the CNRE Proceedings, if at least one of the authors of the paper is registered before the deadline.

Conference Tracks

Technical papers describing original, previously unpublished research, not currently under review by another conference or journal, are solicited. The specific topics of the conference include, but are not limited to:

  1. Soft Computing Techniques
  2. Artificial Intelligence
  3. Optical Communication Systems
  4. Application of Internet of Things
  5. Hybrid and Renewable Energy Sources
  6. Cloud and Mobile Computing
  7. Deep Machine Learning
  8. Data Networks & Securities
  9. Power System, Protection & Relaying
  10. Power Electronics application in Power System
  11. Control & Automation Engineering
  12. Electricity Market & Power Systems Economics
  13. Power Quality & Harmonics Analysis
  14. Smart/Micro Grid & Distributed Generation
  15. Grid-Integration Renewable Energy Systems
  16. Energy Storage & Electric vehicle

Special Tracks

1. Energy and Environment
Dr Rajiv Chauhan

Waste to Energy • Built Environment • Energy Conservation in Buildings • Green Technology • Utilisation of waste for sustainable Development • Design of new materials for sustainability • Eco-efficient and Ultra-high Performance Cementitious Materials • Embedded Structural and Foundation Systems • Environmental Geomechanics • Environmental sustainability aspects of ground improvement and Geosynthetics • Geosynthetics and their Appropriate Use with respect to Waste • Geotechnical reuse of solid waste • Green and Sustainable Environmental Management • Construction and Environmental Issues • Recycled Materials • Remote Sensing and GIS • Green Energy and Economy • Heritage Structures Analysis

2. Integration Renewable Energy Sources and Electric Vehicles into the Electric Power Grid: Progress, Impact and Challenges
Dr Sujit Kumar

Environmental concerns about carbon footprint emissions, depletion of fossil fuel supplies, steady growth in load demand, transmission losses, and the significant stress on the electric power system during peak load hours are driving us to employ renewable energy sources (RESs). The integration of RESs with the utility grid necessitates the use of power electronics-based converters and the corresponding control algorithms. Recently, the automotive industry has been looking into ways to minimise carbon footprints via the introduction of electric automobiles (EVs). More RESs may be added to the grid to meet the power requirements of EVs. Large penetrations of RESs, electric cars, and other nonlinear loads in the utility grid, on the other hand, pose serious stability, reliability, and power quality challenges that must be addressed.

3. Title of Special Track Integration of Renewable Energy Sources in present power market
Dr Anuj Banshwar

Restructuring of power system and deregulation • Congestion Management • Risk Management • Network Pricing • AI application to power system • Distributed generation • Power system economics • Smart grid, smart distribution system • Renewable energy sources • Electricity Markets • Ancillary services • Power quality • Economic load dispatch • FACTS & FACTS Controller • Automatic generation control • Power system stability • Applications of power electronics in power system.

Conference Tracks & Tutorials

Special tracks relevant to conference theme are invited from researchers, academicians, scientists and engineers across the world to share novel ideas and research findings. These special tracks will be managed and chaired by proposer.Proposals may be submitted via email at