the aim of which was to facilitate close cooperation and intellectual exchange of academic environments, leading research and development institutions, government agencies and industry. The event was a platform for scientists, engineers, technologists and practitioners to discuss the current challenges, opportunities and future directions for the development of sustainable energy systems.
The conference covered a wide range of topics, including clean coal technologies, renewable energy technologies, smart energy systems, alternative fuels, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, nuclear energy, desalination technologies and environmental technologies. A special symposium session was devoted to hydrogen economy with a particular focus on hydrogen as a new and environmentally friendly energy carrier.
The organizer of the symposium was the Central Mining Institute.