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Renewable Energy for Smart and Sustainable Cities

Artificial Intelligence in Renewable Energetic Systems

  • Mustapha Hatti
Conference proceedings ICAIRES 2018

Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 62)

Table of contents

  1. Renewable Materials and Devices

    1. Fayçal Chabni, Rachid Taleb, Abderrahmen Benbouali, Ismail Bouyakoub, Ahmed Derrouazin
      Pages 413-420
    2. Houssam Eddine Benabderrahman, Rachid Taleb, M’hamed Helaimi, Fayçal Chabni
      Pages 429-436
    3. Houssam Eddine Benabderrahman, Rachid Taleb, M’hamed Helaimi, Fayçal Chabni
      Pages 437-445
    4. Tarik Mohammed Chikouche, Kada Hartani, Mohamed Mankour
      Pages 446-456
  2. Smart Building and Smart Cities

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 469-469
    2. M. Mankour, M. Sekour
      Pages 471-482
    3. Kehileche Brahim, Chiba Younes, Henini Noureddine, Tlemçani Abdelhalim, Mimene Bakhti
      Pages 483-490
    4. Abdelkrim Terfai, Younes Chiba, Mohamed Najib Bouaziz
      Pages 491-496
    5. N. Mancer, B. Mahdad, K. Srairi, H. Mostefa
      Pages 506-515
    6. Abdelatif Gadoum, Djilali Benyoucef, Mohamed Habib Allah Lahoual
      Pages 516-522
  3. Wind Energy and Induction Machine

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 533-533
    2. Nacera Si Ziani, Hamida Bouhani-Benziane, Melouka Baira, Abdelkader Belfedal, Mohamed Sahnoun
      Pages 552-559
    3. Younes Chiba, Yacine Marif, Abdelali Boukaoud, Kehileche Brahim, Abdelhalim Tlemcani, Noureddine Henini
      Pages 560-565
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 567-569

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book features cutting-edge research presented at the second international conference on Artificial Intelligence in Renewable Energetic Systems, IC-AIRES2018, held on 24–26 November 2018, at the High School of Commerce, ESC-Koléa in Tipaza, Algeria.

Today, the fundamental challenge of integrating renewable energies into the design of smart cities is more relevant than ever. While based on the advent of big data and the use of information and communication technologies, smart cities must now respond to cross-cutting issues involving urban development, energy and environmental constraints; further, these cities must also explore how they can integrate more sustainable energies.

Sustainable energies are a major determinant of smart cities’ longevity. From an environmental and technological standpoint, these energies offer an optimal power supply to the electric network while creating significantly less pollution. This requires flexibility, i.e., the availability of supply and demand. The end goal of any smart city is to improve the quality of life for all citizens (both in the city and in the countryside) in a way that is sustainable and respectful of the environment.

This book encourages the reader to engage in the preservation of our environment, every moment, every day, so as to help build a clean and healthy future, and to think of the future generations who will one day inherit our planet. Further, it equips those whose work involves energy systems and those engaged in modelling artificial intelligence to combine their expertise for the benefit of the scientific community and humanity as a whole.

Keywords

Artificial Intelligence Renewable Energy Energy Efficiency Electrical Engineering Smart Cities Sustainability E-mobility Strategic Management IC-AIRES2018 IC-AIRES

Editors and affiliations

  • Mustapha Hatti
    • 1
  1. 1.EPST-CDERUnité de Développement des Equipements SolairesBou-IsmailAlgeria

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