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17th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering
June 6-9, 2017 in Milan (Italy)

The 17th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering (IEEE EEEIC1 7) is an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information on energy systems. The Conference provides a unique opportunity for designers and people from industry to interact with manufacturers, energy utilities people and university researchers and to discuss a wide variety of topics related to energy systems and environmental issues.
The ever increasing awareness of the environmental concerns and the intensive international efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, stimulate to offer the best contributions towards achieving the goals of renewable energy diversification and sustainable development.
IEEE EEEIC 2017 is the 17th edition of the Conference and is one of the European largest, longest-running, professional networking and educational event.
The conference has been technicaily co-sponsored by IEEE since 2008 and by EMCS, IAS and PES since 2015. Accepted and presented papers are submitted to IEEE Xplore, and will also be submitted for indexing through INSPEC®, EI’s engineering information index, COMPENDEX®, and ISI Thomson’s scientific and technical proceedings®, ISTP®/ISI proceedings. The Conference proceedings have been also indexed by Scopus since 2010 and by Web of Science (Thomson-Reuters) since 2013.
IEEE EEEIC17 will be held in June 6-9, 2017 in Milan (Italy). Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers. Papers selected through peer review after revision will be presented in orał or poster sessions.
The best papers will be selected by a technical committee for publication in the Journals: MDPI Energies, MDPI Sustainability, Springer International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering, and IEEE Transactions on Industrial Applications.

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