In today’s world energy has become an extremely debatable topic for everyone over the last couple of decades, with reasons for world’s energy concerns ranging from environmental to political to financial. Despite differing reasons, it is clear that the solution to energy problems is to transition from traditional energy sources to advanced, but renewable and sustainable energy sources.
In view this latest trends of energy related industries 2nd Annual International Conference on Energy – 2015 (ICOE-2015) will be held during 2-4 September at Hotel Galadari under the theme ‘Advanced Energy Horizons – Opportunities and Challenges’.
An event organised by The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM) – Sri Lanka for the second consecutive year, the 2nd International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology – 2015 (ICNSNT-2015) will also be held as a concurrent conference at the same venue along with ICOE – 2015.
Accordingly registered participants of ICOE 2015 will be granted free access to participate concurrent conference sessions. This year JLanka Technologies – Sri Lanka’s next generation most advanced solar power solutions provider – has come forward as the main sponsor of the event.
Initiated in 2014, ICOE continues its momentum to explore the emerging advances in energy. The ICOE – 2015 has scheduled an excellent program consisting of an Executive Round Table, an exhibition, special sessions, discussions, a social networking dinner, a cultural show and an optional post conference tour.
The 2nd International Conference on Energy (ICOE – 2015) will be a multi discipline platform to discuss upon advanced energy sources, opportunities and challenges.
The keynote speakers of the event include Prof. Morinobu Endo from Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Shinshu University, Japan who will speak on ‘The State-Of-The-Art Science and Applications of Carbon Nanotubes’ whilst the other speakers include Prof. Gehan Amaratunga – Group Leader of the Electronics, Power and Energy Conversion (EPEC) Research Group, Electrical Engineering Division, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (UK); Prof. K.M. Nalin de Silva - Professor of Chemistry, University of Colombo and Science Team Leader, Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (SLINTEC), Sri Lanka; Prof. R.M. Gamini Rajapakse – Senior Professor in Chemistry at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
JLanka Technologies the turn-key solar energy solutions for almost any industry in Sri Lanka is the most advanced solar power solutions provider for nearly 1,000 home owners in the country and continue to provide more solar solutions to the nation. Whether your needs are for a large or a small system, JLanka can design and install the best possible system for a project.
JLanka’s total installed solar electricity capacity has now exceeded over 4 MW and is the number one solar energy supplier to the National Grid in Sri Lanka with over 15,000 kWh per day power generation. For more information on the 2nd Annual International Conference on Energy – 2015 (ICOE 2015) login to www.energyconference.co.