Collection

Energy Conversion, Management, Recovery, Saving, Storage and Renewable Systems

This collection is a selection of the high-quality papers presented during the 8th AIGE/IIETA International Conference and 18th AIGE Conference held in Torino (Italy) in June 2023 on "Energy Conversion, Management, Recovery, Saving, Storage and Renewable Systems. This collection represents a substantively expanded, refined, or otherwise revised version of the manuscripts related to the proceeding’s papers. Traditionally, the joint Conferences will give the opportunity to discuss the state of the art and to present experimental, analytical and numerical results in Energy Conversion Systems, in Energy Management, in Energy Recovery Systems, in Energy Saving Techniques, Energy Storage Systems and Renewable Systems, with a particular attention to the engineering, environmental and economic aspects.

Editors

  • Guglielmina Mutani

    Guglielmina Mutani is graduated Civil Engineer (1993), PhD in Energetics (1997), Assistant Professor (1999) and Associate Professor (2022) in Building Physics and Energy Systems at the Department of Energy at Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Her research activity is mainly focused on: energy certification of buildings, energy consumption models for space heating at district and urban scale, analyses of thermal comfort in the external environment, evaluation of renewable energy sources available on the territory and energy communities.

  • Romano Borchiellini

    Full Professor Department of Energy (DENERG). Coordinator of the Energy Center Initiative; Coordinator of Interdepartmental Center Ec-L - Energy Center Lab; Member of Interdepartmental Center Ec-L - Energy Center Lab.

  • Enrico Lorenzini

    Enrico Lorenzini is, since 1994, full professor of “Energy Management Engineering” at DIENCA, the Department of Energy and Environmental Engineering (http://www.dienca.unibo.it/) of the University of Bologna. A former full professor, since 1980, of Nuclear Engineering, his fields of research and teaching cover most of the technical, environmental, management and policy issues related to energy generation, mainly at the large-power scale. He has been the Dean of the Engineering Faculty of the Bologna University from 1989 to 1995. From 1977 to 1994 he was component, and then vice-president, of the CNR's (National Research Council) Italian Nati

  • Francesco Demetrio Minuto

    Assistant Professor with time contract Department of Energy (DENERG) Member of Interdepartmental Center Ec-L - Energy Center Lab

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