26th to 28th July 2023 || Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

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ICP 2023

Special Session on Polygeneration Systems based on Hydrogen Technologies Industry Forum: Innovative Products and Projects

About ICP 2023

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that, in order to avoid the dramatic environmental impacts due to climate change if a higher increase of 1.5 °C global mean temperature is reached, humankind should start now reducing the greenhouse gas emissions with the objective of achieving by 2050 net-zero CO2 emissions at global level. This urgent challenge called for the European Commission to present a proposal for cutting greenhouse emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and to the European Parliament to endorse the European Union objective of achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions and a climate-neutral society by 2050 at the latest. Following the EU and several European countries, three major Asian economies recently announced targets for reaching net-zero emissions: Japan and South Korea by 2050, and China by 2060. Furthermore, the USA government has announced the alignment of its climate policy with Paris agreement on greenhouse gas emissions reduction.

In the achievement of this huge challenge, polygeneration systems can play a key role since they refer, thanks to an efficient energy process integration, to the combined production of electricity, heat, cold and any other useful products such as potable water, dry air, biofuels and/or synthetic fuels, among others. Properly designed, polygeneration systems enable an effective way to achieve a lower consumption of natural resources, a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and pollutant emissions as well as economic savings relative to conventional separate production. Likewise, they allow for the cost-effective, energy efficient and environmentally friendly integration of different technologies with renewable energy, contributing significantly to achieve the worldwide goals concerning energy and environmental policies, such as the Paris agreement adopted in December 2015.

The ICP 2023 will be held hybrid in order to effectively reduce the environmental greenhouse gas emissions and costs associated to the travels of the attendees to these international gatherings, as well as to facilitate as much as possible the participation from whatever place in the world. It will also allow to better protect the health of the participants, in case COVID-19 vaccine deployment has not been completed worldwide.

General Information

Scientific calendar

Registration calendar

Destination Bali

Conference venue address

The Abstract submission: 1 August 2022 – 27 February 2023
Abstract acceptance notification: 2 March 2023
Manuscript submission deadline: 22 March 2023 12 April 2023
Manuscript revision notification: 17 May 2023 10 June 2023
Full paper submission deadline: 15 June 2023

REGISTRATION OPENS: 1st December 2022

Bali is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. East of Java and west of Lombok, the province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan.

Travel Information:
Denpasar Airport is the nearest airport to the venue.

How do I go from Denpasar Airport to the Grand Inna Kuta? The distance between Denpasar Airport and the Grand Inna Kuta is 3.5 kilometers. Airport Taxi, Bluebird Taxi, or Grabcar Taxi may be utilized to get between Denpasar Airport and Grand Inna Kuta.

Denpasar Airport is officially referred to as Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). This is the primary airport serving the city. 10 kilometers separate the airport from the city.

Grand Inna Kuta

Address: Jl. Pantai Kuta no. 1 Br Pande Mas 80361 Kuta Bali

Grand Inna Kuta is situated on Kuta’s white sand beach, known for its breathtaking sunsets. The Grand Inna Kuta provides immediate access to the renowned Kuta Beach and is only a five- to ten-minute stroll from the retail and entertainment district. About 6 miles from Denpasar and 3 miles from Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Grand Inna Kuta’s 322 rooms, family rooms, and suites include two unique design styles – the Bali Wing and the Beach Wing – in keeping with its innovative hospitality philosophy. The Bali Wing is intended for guests wanting a Balinese atmosphere, since each accommodation features a private balcony and a traditional room design. Conversely, the Beach Wing offers a contemporary environment with a variety of views from the rooms, including pool, sea, and garden.

If you want to stay at Grand Inna Kuta Hotel, please contact:

Name: Dayu
Phone: +62 813-3757-7673

Presentation Day Countdown


Universitas Indonesia

Depok, Jawa Barat, Indonesia

15+ Countries

Participants from more than 15 countries


Best student paper & Best paper

Tourist Information

Pura Tanah Lot

Uluwatu Temple

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Seminyak Shopping

About 20 kilometers northwest of Kuta, Pura Tanah Lot (“Pura” means temple in Balinese) is one of Bali’s most iconic temples. Its spectacular seaside setting, on a rocky islet surrounded by crashing waves, is a major wow factor.

For the Balinese people, it is one of the most sacred of all the island’s sea temples. Every evening, throngs of tourists from Kuta, Legian, and Sanur find their way through a labyrinth of lanes lined by souvenir sellers to watch the sun setting behind the temple.

Uluwatu Temple (Pura Luhur Uluwatu) is one of the Bali’s most famous temples, thanks to its magnificent clifftop setting. It presides over plunging sea cliffs above one of Bali’s best surf spots.

In Balinese, “Ulu” means “tip” or “land’s end,” and “Watu” means rock, a fitting name for the location of the temple on the Bukit Peninsula, along the island’s southwestern tip. Like Pura Tanah Lot, sunset is the best time to visit, when the sky and sea glow in the late afternoon light.

The 17th-century Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is one of Bali’s most picturesque temple complexes. It sits on a small island along the western shore of Lake Bratan, in the cool highlands of central Bali. Set against the imposing backdrop of Gunung Bratan, the thatched temples reflect on the lake, and when the water levels rise, they seem to float on its surface.

Lake Bratan is one of Bali’s main sources of irrigation and drinking water, and the temple complex is dedicated to Dewi Danu, goddess of the sea and lakes.

An unusual feature is the Buddhist stupa on the left of the entrance to the first courtyard, with figures of Buddha meditating in the lotus position in niches on the square base. The stupa reflects the adoption of Buddhist beliefs by Balinese Hindus.

Bali is known for its flamboyant designers and fabulous shopping, and you’ll find the best examples of Balinese design along the busy streets of Seminyak. Cutting-edge designer fashion, surf and swimwear, jewelry, furniture, and homewares are just some of the items you can buy at the chic shops and busy market stalls here.

Top boutiques include Biasa, Magali Pascal, and Bamboo Blonde. Sea Gypsy is a favorite for jewelry, and Drifter Surf Shop & Cafe offers a collection of surf and skateboard gear.

Keynote Speakers

Plenary Session

  • Prof. Kashiwagi Takao
    Distinguished Professor and Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Tech Director, Solution Research Center for Advanced Energy Systems (AES)
  • Prof. S.S. Murthy
    Interdisciplinary Centre for Energy Research (ICER), Indian Institute of Science (IISC), Bangalore, India
  • Dr. Guillermo Zaragoza
    Head of Solar Thermal Applications Unit, Centre for Energy, Environment and Technology Research (CIEMAT), Almeria, Spain
  • Prof. Yulianto S. Nugroho
    Mechanical Engineering Department, Universitas Indonesia
  • Prof. Hany Al-Ansary
    Mechanical Engineering Department, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Hydrogen Special Session

  • Prof. Shigenori Mitsushima
    President of Hydrogen Energy Systems Society of Japan (HESS) and Professor of Chemical and Energy Engineering Department; Yokohama National University (Japan)
  • Prof. Takuto Araki
    Mechanical Engineering Department; Yokohama National University (Japan)

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