FUE’s 2nd International Conference on New
Energy & Environmental Engineering
September 1-3, 2020


Welcome Message

It is with great joy that I welcome you to the 2nd Future University in Egypt 2020 International Conference on New Energy & Environmental Engineering (ICNEEE). This international event gathers researchers, educators and experts involved in the general areas of New Energy and Environmental Engineering whether they come from governments, the private sector, various international organizations, academia or the civil society. The purpose behind this gathering is to share and disseminate the latest research results as well as exchange views on future research directions.

Today, more people than ever before derive energy from renewables as capacity continues to grow, prices continue to fall, and shares of global energy from renewable energy continue to increase.

Egypt is one of the countries located in the “sunbelt” area and is most suitable for solar energy applications. Moreover, Egypt’s Wind Atlas demonstrates that there are many promising areas with high wind speeds in the Gulf of Suez; whereas, some areas are located on both sides of the River Nile, others are in Sinai. These areas qualify for the establishment of large-scale wind energy projects.

Environmental Engineering is the integration of science and engineering principles to improve the natural environment, to provide healthy water, air, land for human habitation and for other organisms as well as clean up pollution sites. Furthermore, environmental engineers study the effect of technological advances on the environment to evaluate the significance of hazards, give advice on treatment and containment as well as develop regulations to prevent mishaps.

Finally, I would like to thank all those who have contributed to this Conference and I am confident that the ICNEEE will be an excellent opportunity to exchange views and raise awareness about the importance of the two fundamental and related topics of the conference, namely, Energy & Environment that are essential to our country as well as worldwide.

Conference President
Prof. Mohamed A. Badr
Dean, Faculty of Engineering
Future University in Egypt