PECCON 22 aims to provide a platform for Engineers, Researchers, Scientists & Academicians to present their work, to share experiences and ideas in the areas of Renewable Energy, Electric Transportation, Power Electronics, Electric Drives, Control Techniques, Smart Grids, Intelligent Charging, battery technologies, etc. In view of changing scenarios, this conference aims to put together the experts from these areas to disseminate their knowledge and experience for working in years to come.

Prospective authors are invited to submit full and original research papers not exceeding 6 pages in the IEEE format. (Template).

Kindly register and upload your paper through Microsoft Conference Tool (MCT). To submit your papers click here - MCT.


Please note that plagiarised papers will not be accepted for PECCON-2022. The peccon team will be checking plagiarism level of all the submitted papers for ensuring the originality of content using Turnitin. Hence, authors are advised in their own interest, to use a tool like Turnitin, iThenticate, Viper, PlagScan etc. to check the plagiarism level of their manuscripts before submission. The originality report generated by the tool, may also be submitted at the time of paper submission.
The conference aims at carrying out two rounds of review process. In the first round, the papers submitted by the authors will be assessed on the basis of their technical suitability, scope of work and plagiarism. The corresponding authors of qualifying submissions will be intimated for their papers to be double blind reviewed by three experts on the basis of originality, novelty, clarity, completeness, relevance, significance and research contribution. Final decision regarding acceptance of papers will be based upon the review remarks received after the second round of the review process.
Please note that Proceedings of PECCON-2022 will be published in Soft Copy only. The shortlisted papers of all the tracks will be accepted for presentation and publication in the Soft Copy of Conference proceedings. Upon acceptance, authors will be required to register and present their papers.
Please note that papers will be published in the conference proceedings only if at least one of the authors is officially registered in advance (as specified in important dates) and he/she undertakes to present the paper. Accepted papers, after presentation, will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting the scope and quality requirements of IEEE Xplore.
Papers accepted for Poster Presentation are not eligible for publication, in either the soft or the hard copy of the proceedings.


The paper should not be submitted / published in any other Conferences / Journals. The papers should be submitted in electronic format in the areas below but not limited to the given tracks

Track 1: Advances in Electric Vehicles (All Engineering Aspects)

Power Converters for Electric vehicle
EV systems design, modeling, simulation, and testing
AC and DC conductive charging, wireless charging, smart charging, fast charging
EV fleet and infrastructure asset management
Information Technology and Communication services for the EV ecosystem
Global standards development for EVs and their impact on EV deployment
Trends in EV deployment, supply chain and manufacturing
EV-related educational programs for engineers, legislators, and the public
Advances of Sensors used in EV/ HEV
Emerging and Advanced Green Energy Technologies in Transport

Track 2: Computational and Control Methods for EVs

Energy efficiency and rationale use of energy in EV
Energy Efficient motor drives and controllers
Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks & Deep learning in EV
Augmented network and virtual reality for EV
Industry 4.0 and Cyber-physical systems for EV security
Information Technology and Communication services for the EV ecosystem
Image processing and Intelligent Decision Support Systems
Navigation and Sensor Network
Night Vision Technology in Automobile

Track 3: Energy Storage using EVs

Advances in EV Energy Storage Technologies
Management EV battery charging time considering power network requirements
EV charging standard and methods
Design and sizing of EV battery storage
Battery energy management for EV application
Charging topology for EV storage
DC fast charging, superfast charging of EV batteries
State of charge estimation of EV battery
State of health estimation of EV battery
Security of EV charging system
Solid state transformer (SST) based EV charging system
Application of advanced control technologies to optimize fast charging performance in EV charging stations

Track 4: Sustainable Energy, Microgrids, and Grid Integration

Power grid and renewable energy resource interfacing for EV mass deployment
Vehicle to Grid application
Energy efficiency and rationale use of energy
Impacts of grid integration of renewable based microgrid
Model predictive control of microgrid
Harmonic mitigation in Microgrid
Islanding detection of Microgrid
Control and power management of isolated microgrid
Role of energy storage for microgrid
Voltage and frequency stability of microgrid
LVRT/HVRT and Fault ride through enhancement of microgrid
Inverter-based power systems

Track 5: Future Power Systems: Modeling, Control, and Stability

Control of EV storage for Vehicle to Grid (V2G) operation for Grid support
Energy Efficient Designs and Standards
Energy Management Systems
Renewable Energy
Sustainable Power Solutions in Developing Countries
Sustainable Technologies for Energy Conservation
Energy Management, Policies, Economics and Sustainability
Smart Grid / Smart City / Smart Mobility
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Green Energy
Computational Models for Sustainable Development