The Conference will embrace all aspects of Electrical Power Engineering with a focus on the technological and engineering underpinnings of transformation in the energy sector worldwide. The Conference continues its long tradition of welcoming young and new researchers to present their work.

The subject areas covered include, but are not restricted to:
Active Distribution Networks
Advanced Metering Infrastructures
Condition Monitoring and Diagnostics
Continuity of Supply, Reliability and Resilience
Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Applied to Power Systems
Demand Side Management, Flexibility and Demand Response
Distributed Generation
Electric Vehicles and e-Mobility
Electrical Machines and Drives
Energy Storage
Electrical Building Services
Environmental Impacts and Targets
High Voltage Engineering
HVDC, FACTS and Power Electronics
ICT for Future Electricity Grids
Load and Generation Forecasting
Magnetic Materials for Energy
Multi-Energy Systems and Networks
Power Engineering Education
Power Quality
Power System Economics and Electricity Markets
Power System Modelling and Analysis
Power System Operations and Control
Power System Optimisation and Planning
Power System Protection
Renewable Energy Systems
Smart Grids
Substation and Distribution System
Sustainable e-Transition
Transient analysis and EMTP modelling