This chapter advances UN SDG goal 7 as it enables improved energy forecasting, which is a critical technology for distributed generation and renewable energy integration.

Power System Protection in Future Smart Grids: Achieving Reliable Operation with Renewable Energy, Electric Vehicles, and Distributed Generation, Volume , 1 January 2023

This chapter advances UN SDG goals 7 and 9 as it enables resilience and protection for renewable energy-integrated grids and infrastructure.

Non-Destructive Testing and Condition Monitoring Techniques in Wind Energy, Volume , 1 January 2023

This chapter supports UN SDGs 7 and 13 by reviewing condition monitoring technologies and current research challenges and opportunities, enabling improved performance and durability of wind turbines, and supporting energy transition of which wind power is a key component.
In this paper the authors investigate the effects of climate changed and hydroclimatic extremes on hydropower production in India

Renewable Energy - Volume 2: Wave, Geothermal, and Bioenergy Definitions, Developments, Applications, Case Studies, and Modelling and Simulation, Volume , 1 January 2023

This chapter aligns with SDGs 7 and 11, by describing the role and possibilities of wave energy to help support global (sustainable) energy systems.
A technology that has shown promising potential in supporting food and energy security, as well as supporting water security, is agrivoltaic (AV) systems.
An investigation into a new integrated model for pricing and financing a sustainable supply chain that can reduce manufacturing costs and thus encourage better participation by producers in green projects.
In this paper the authors discuss the geothermal potential of sedimentary basins, and their role in achieving the decarbonisation of the energy sector
This article supports SDGs 7,9 and 11 by proposing that the real-time online analysis, data integration, and prediction of future status, monitoring, decision-making, and self-healing of the power grid can be achieved, providing high security, reducing the risk of power grid accidents, and serving multiple fields of producers, consumers, and the entire country.
Geopolitical applications of negative emissions and solar geoengineering technologies.