"Centre of Excellence for Power Engineering Technologies and Clean Energy Integration" is one of the centre of KIET Group of Institutions Ghaziabad established by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in March 2019. It is one of centres in Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU)Lucknow, working in power engineering applications included clean and renewable energy system technologies. The intention is to create a platform with multi-disciplinary environment in area of power engineering and renewable energy technologies for experts, researcher, academicians, students and industry.
To accommodate this objective, the centre will provide an infrastructural facilities and environment to conduct experiments to understands knowhow, constraints and requirements of power engineering applications including clean/ renewable energy system technologies. The purpose is to produce collaborative research outcomes/solutions with social impacts in association with academic institutions and industries globally. The platform also provides a channel of communication to exchange the experiences and ideas at global level through technical programme such as training, workshops, seminars, conferences, expert talks, schools, internships and FDPs. The centre is placed in Room No. A-016, A-Block, KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Associated Knowledge Partner
Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers (ISIE), Noida
An ISO 9001:2008 & Associate Member of FMSCI and SFI; National Youth Award Winner by Ministry of Youth Affairs; Recommended by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt of India.
|S. No.||Title of the Research Project||Peoples Working||Start Year||Status|
|1.||AI based Load and Renewable Energy Forecasting||Dr. Brijesh Singh and Mr. Akash Tripathi||May 2020||Ongoing|
|2.||Hybrid Energy Transportation Systems including Demand Side Response and Management||Dr. Brijesh Singh and Prof. Swati Singhal||February 2020||Ongoing|
|3.||ANN based speed estimation in induction motor drives||Dr. Brijesh Singh, Mr. Arpit Bhusan Sharma, and Mr. Sandeep Kumar Tiwari||February 2020||Completed in year 2020|
|4.||Battery SOC Monitoring and Control Systems in Micro-Grids||Dr. Brijesh Singh and Mr. Shashwat Dwivedi||November 2019||Ongoing|
|5.||Solar Photo Voltaic Panel Cooling Systems||Dr. Brijesh Singh, Mr. Rohan Singh, Mr. Shubham Kumar Patel, Mr. Nitiesh Singh, and Mr. Rituraj Singh||September 2019||Ongoing|
|6.||Optimal Renewable Energy Utilization in Power Systems||Dr. Brijesh Singh and Mr. Deepak Yadav||May 2019||Ongoing|
|7.||Minimization of Power Variation in Wind Energy Conversion System using Fuzzy Logic Control||Dr. Brijesh Singh, Mr. Arpit Bhusan Sharma, and Mr. Sandeep Kumar Tiwari||April 2019||Completed in year 2020|
|8.||Optimal Utilization of Green Energy Corridors||Dr. Brijesh Singh and Dr.Nitai Pal||March 2019||Ongoing|
|9.||Optimal utilization of mid-day over generated power and solution of increased voltage in solar PV integrated network||Dr. Brijesh Singh and Mr. Deepak Yadav||March 2019||Ongoing|
Contact for Collaboration and Association
Dr. Brijesh Singh
Associate Professor (Research) and Convener
KIET Centre of Excellence Power Engineering Technology and Clean Energy Integration (CEPET&CEI)
Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad, Meerut Road (NH-58), Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh-201206, INDIA
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