Select A topics

Prior to submitting your abstract, you must decide which session's main category you want to present your paper in.

Prepare Abstract

After choosing the presentation's category, you must draft an abstract using the format that is provided on the right.


Finally, you have two options for submitting your abstract: fill out the abstract submission form or send it as an email attachment.

Speaker Participation :


Oral presentations are forms of effective verbal communication that may be accompanied by slides. It is imperative that you avoid using your slides as a substitute for your spoken presentation; slides should support your points, not take their place. The audience engagement is diminished when presenters write out their presentations on slides or list every point they want to make. A presentation lacking impact will result from you constantly turning to face your slides or glancing down at your laptop.



The conference is soliciting literature review, survey, business case study and research papers and comments including, whilst not limited to, the following areas of interest:

Poster Presentation :


In a poster presentation, you present your work using a visual display rather than a formal oral presentation. Each author receives a designated area to showcase diagrams, graphics, data, photos, and concise text. The poster itself should be clear and understandable without additional explanation, although authors are expected to be present during specific times, such as breaks and the designated poster session, to engage with viewers and respond to inquiries.

Listener/Delegate :


The listener category is designed for attendees who do not present but wish to participate in the event. Listeners can enjoy keynote speeches and insights from prominent speakers and are encouraged to share their own ideas during conference sessions. Additionally, listeners will have ample networking opportunities with both corporate and academic professionals.

Conference Proceedings :


All accepted abstracts will be published in the appropriate journals according to their respective topics.

  • Renewable Energy & Resources
  • Solar and Wind Energy
  • Hydro and Tidal Energy
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Bioenergy and Biotechnology
  • Sustainable Development and Engineering
  • Power and Energy Engineering
  • Waste-to-Energy & Waste Management
  • Smart Grid & Energy Infrastructure
  • Green Energy & Economy
  • Energy Efficiency in Buildings
  • Nano Environmental Technologies
  • Energy Storage & Conservation
  • Environmental Impact Assessment & Pollution Control
  • Global Warming, Climate Change, & Sustainable Policies
Abstract Guidelines - Energy Evolution Expo
Submission Deadlines

Abstract Submission Open

May, 5th, 2024

First Round of Submission

June 5th to July 26th, 2024

Second Round Submission

August 01st to October 31st, 2024

Final Round of Submission

November 04 to January 20th, 2025

Download Format
Energy Evolution Expo & Conference Abstract Guidelines :
Abstract submissions should adhere to the following guidelines:
  • Abstracts must not exceed one A4 page in portrait layout.
  • The title should be concise, centered, and in bold sentence case.
  • Co-authors and affiliations should be in italics, with the main author’s name underlined and the presenting author marked with an asterisk (*).
  • Abstracts must be in English and limited to 300 words.
  • The main body should use Times New Roman, font size 12, justified alignment, and 1.5 line spacing.
  • References should be denoted by superscript numbers and listed at the end using standard Chemical Abstracts Source Service Index terminology (YEAR, VOLUME, PAGE).
  • Use of figures, graphs, and schemes is encouraged for clarity.
    Submit abstracts in MS Word or PDF format via email with the subject line ‘Energy Evolution abstract’ or through the conference website’s online submission method.
  • Include full details of the main author and presenting author, and specify Oral or Poster Presentation.
  • Abstracts larger than 1 MB should be emailed as attachments due to a 1 MB limit for online submissions.
  • After the conference, speakers may submit full-length papers to related journals for publication within 2 months, with additional charges.
  • A confirmation email will be sent upon abstract receipt; if no confirmation is received within 24 hours, contact the conference coordinator.
  • Ethical conduct is paramount; plagiarism and academic misconduct are strictly prohibited.

We strongly uphold ethical standards as fundamental in academia. Therefore, plagiarism in any form is unacceptable, and academic misconduct will not be tolerated.




Ideal for research within academic disciplines. Refer to a sample abstract for this option here. Abstracts submitted under Option 1 should include succinct statements on:

  • Background: Clearly state the research’s purpose, objectives, tested hypotheses, or the problem under analysis or evaluation.
  • Methods: Detail the study’s period, setting, design, population, data collection methods, and analytical approaches used.
  • Results: Present the study’s findings or outcomes clearly and in sufficient detail. Summarize specific results as necessary.
  •  Conclusions: Discuss the significance of the study’s findings or outcomes related to climate change, sustainability, environment, and/or technology. Include future implications of the results.
Abstracts submitted under Option 1 will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
  • Is the background clearly defined with justified objectives?
  • Is the methodology or study design appropriate for achieving the objectives?
  • Are the results significant and effectively presented?
  • Are the conclusions supported by the results?
  • Is the study original and does it contribute to the field?

Appropriate for research across all disciplines. Refer to a sample abstract for this option here. Abstracts submitted under Option 2 should include concise statements on:

  • Methods: Describe the program, project, or policy, including period, setting, structure, key population (if applicable), activities, and interventions undertaken.
  • Background: Summarize the purpose, scope, and objectives of the program, project, or policy.
  • Lessons Learned: Clearly present the methods, findings, outcomes, analytic approaches, evaluation of lessons learned, and best practices. Summarize specific results supporting conclusions on lessons learned and best practices.
  • Conclusions: Explain the significance of the methods used and findings or outcomes of the program, project, or policy for climate change, sustainability, and/or support. Discuss future implications of the results.

All submitted abstracts will go through a peer-review process carried out by a peer review committee. After the successful review of your abstract, we will guide you further in steps towards your presence at our event.

Uploading Your Presentation :

To upload your presentation slides, please visit the presentation upload site and log in using the email address you used for abstract submission. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the upload. Alternatively, you can email your presentation to the designated conference email ID.

Presentation Logistics:

All presentations will be downloaded to your session room on the day of your presentation. Presentations will be labeled with your first name, last name, and session date. Optionally, you can upload your presentation at the registration desk. It is advisable to do this at least 3 days before the conference starts. If unable to do so, bring a USB Flash drive and upload it at the lectern during the break preceding your scheduled presentation. Please note, the Flash drive will be scanned before transferring the presentation to the session folder.

Considerations for PC Users:

Ensure you use appropriate file extensions (.PPTX, .PPSX for newer versions of PowerPoint; .PPT or .PPS for earlier versions). Copy media files to the same folder as your PowerPoint file before inserting them to avoid broken links. Prefer AVI or MPEG formats over WMV for videos or sounds. Use fonts like Arial, Times New Roman, Courier, and Symbol for compatibility with Macs. Avoid squeezing text into placeholders as differences in text rendering between PCs and Macs can cause text to be cut off.


Poster dimensions are guaranteed to be 1 meter x 1 meter. Please note that the poster boards or designated session areas have specific size limitations for posters. It is crucial to meticulously check all posters for typographical and grammatical errors, as well as ensure high-quality images and color usage.

Submission Guidelines :

Before submitting your abstract, ensure the following:
  • Proofread your abstract thoroughly.
  • Authors’ names and affiliations should be in English.
  • Verify the length of your abstract.
  • Double-check the spelling of all names.
  • Make necessary edits before beginning the submission process.

Abstract Information :

  • The conference reserves the right to reject or modify abstracts based on various criteria, including but not limited to:
    Non-compliance with style guidelines (e.g., excessive length; contributed abstract body text is limited to approximately 250-300 words).
  • Inappropriate content.
  • Topics that fall outside the scope of the conference.