Call for Papers

The IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON) covers a broad range of electric power and energy systems topics, will continue the tradition of the past editions organized in Bahrain, Italy, Croatia, Belgium, and Cyprus. The 6th edition of the conference will take place in one of the beautiful Mediterranean countries, Tunisia, known for its golden beaches, sunny weather and affordable luxuries, on April 13-16, 2020. It is organized by the IEEE Tunisia Section, IEEE Region 8, and IEEE Africa Council. The conference is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Power and Energy Society, and IEEE Industry Applications Society, IEEE Power Electronics Society, and IEEE Industrial Electronics Society.

ENERGYCON is dedicated to experts carrying out research focused on energy and power systems. It has already become one of the central events for discussion on the application of electronics, instrumentation, information and communication technology to the energy industry.

ENERGYCON provides an opportunity to scientists, professional engineers and engineering students to present their work, publish their results, exchange ideas and network for future scientific and industrial collaborations.

Extended Abstracts (2 pages), Short (4 pages), and Full (6 pages) accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings if at least one author is registered and if the paper is presented at the conference (in compliance with IEEE rules). The short and full papers of the conference proceedings will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library and appear in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) – an integrated index within Web of Science.

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Relevant topics and technologies include (but are not limited to):

Papers are invited on all topics related to electric power and energy systems, and especially with the following focus:

  • T1: Smart Grid Design and Security: Cyber and physical security, Materials Research Techniques for Smart grid equipment, Micro-grid, Machine Actuators/Sensor Power systems & Technologies, Reliability, Forecasting and Power Flow Analysis, Sensor Systems, Signal Processing and Interfaces in Power systems, Connection of Offshore Renewables to the Grid and their Challenges, Requirements and Standards for Cyber and Physical Security in Electric Systems, Power System Resiliency to Cyber and Physical Attacks
  • T2: Power Electronics and Energy Conversion: Power devices and components, Power converter topologies and design , Multilevel and high power converters, Power quality control, Harmonic analysis and compensations, High Efficiency Electrical Machines and Drives for Energy Saving, Power electronics in HVDC, HVAC, and FACTS, PFC, STATCOM, Solid state transformer, Modeling, simulation and control in power electronics, Power semiconductor devices, packaging, magnetic materials and passive components, microgrids and utility applications, Power electronics in lighting applications, Wireless Power Transfer, Energy harvesting, reliable power electronics
  • T3: Renewable Energy and Storage: Modelling and analysis , Energy management and control systems New Ancillary Services Supported by Energy Storage and RES, Batteries, Wind Power, Hydropower, Solar Energy, Biomass, Biofuel, Geothermal Energy, Wave Energy, Tidal energy, Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, New Energy Applications, New Energy Materials and Devices, Modelling of Renewable Energy Sources and Storage Technologies, Intelligent Control of Renewable Energy Sources, Forecasting Applications for Wind and PV Generation, Microgrids, Renewable energy conversion; Large and small-scale energy storage; Power to gas, Fuel Cells, Integration of Energy Storage Solutions to the Grid and their Impact
  • T4: Power Systems and Smart Grids: Modelling and analysis , Flexibility in conventional generation; Monitoring of Distribution Networks, Integration of Distributed Energy Sources, Active Management of Distribution Systems, Optimal Planning of Distribution Networks, Microgrids, Protection of Distribution Networks, Operation and control; HVDC and HVDC grids; Connection of offshore resources; Modelling and analysis, Wide Area Monitoring, Protection, and Control; HVDC Transmission Systems; Transmission System Planning, Operation, monitoring and control; Power quality issues
  • T5: Advanced technologies for the control, design and operation of the smart-grid: Multi-energy systems; ICT for smart grids; Data processing and visualization in the power system; Demand flexibility; Electric vehicles; emerging technologies for the control, operation, and optimization of smart grid. This should cover embedded system, smart sensors, intelligent electronic devices, big data, smart meter design, non-intrusive load monitoring, distributed intelligence, cloud computing, real-time system, computational intelligence, demand-side management, IoT, home energy management system, blockchain technology, SCADA, communication technologies, interoperability, middleware technologies


Proceedings: Registered and Presented papers of the short and full papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.

Paper submissions: Papers must describe original work on any of the ENERGYCON related topics.

The submission and reviews will be handled through the Easy Chair conference management system. 



Manuscript length: Extended abstracts: 2 pages; Short papers: 4 pages, Full papers: 6 pages.

During final submission of accepted papers, authors may purchase extra pages if they find it necessary to address the concerns of the reviewers.

Single blind reviewing: ENERGYCON follows a single-blind review process. Authors are required to include their names and affiliations in their papers as illustrated in the sample templates. Templates (Microsoft Word and LaTeX) can be found at the following link:

As the page indicates, IEEE has recently revised their LaTeX templates. If you had previously downloaded these templates please revisit this site to access the latest version.

Ethical Requirements for Authors

The conference committee requires that all authors wishing to present a paper declare that:

  • The paper is substantially original and that no paper substantially similar in content has been submitted or will be submitted to any other conference or journal during the ENERGYCON 2020 review period.
  • The paper does not contain any plagiarism, and
  • The paper will be presented by the author or a co-author in person.