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Call for Papers - 7th International Conference on Environment and Renewable Energy

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Due to the Covid-19 containment measures, please check the latest status of the event at the organisers’ webpage.


The conference's new dates are 19-20.09.2020.
Abstract submission deadline - 01.07.2020.


The conference will be held in Prague, Czechia at the Exe City Park hotel.

You can submit an abstract by sending it to as an attachment.

In the subject, please write "ICERE 2020 Abstract".


Guidelines for full paper submissions.

Full paper template.


It is the 7th ICERE conference.


Previous conferences took place in Venice, München, Paris, Vienna, Nice.


The goal of ICERE 2020, is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Environment and Renewable Energy to a common forum.


The aim of this conference is to promote environmentally safe and economically sustainable renewable energy, to create theoretical base of the utilization and implementation of renewable energy sources.


Another goal is to promote research in the field of Environmental science and development of renewable energy and to facilitate exchange of new ideas in these fields and to create a dialogue between scientists and practitioners.


Please submit your abstract and it will be reviewed by the editors of the International Scientific Journal and independent reviewers.


All of the selected papers will be published in Proceedings in E-Format and are eligible for free publication in the Journal of Environmental Science.


Conference Topics include:


  • Low energy architecture
  • Energy saving in buildings
  • Renewable energy economics
  • New perspectives of renewable energy
  • Solar energy technologies
  • Waste to energy
  • Heating and cooling applications