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Join us on 23rd-27th August 2021

Call for Papers PAC 2021 Open

We invite you to submit your Full or Short Papers and get them published in IEEE Xplore®!



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Call for Papers PAC2021

Two types of submissions are invited for presentation at PowerAfrica 2021:

  1. Full papers – mature results or completed projects and should not exceed 5 pages
  2. Short papers – targeting practitioners – interim results, experiences and perspectives and should be up to 3 pages in length including a short reference section.

Accepted papers presented during the conference will be submitted for publication in IEEE Xplore®.


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What is PowerAfrica Conference?

Join IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES), Industrial Applications Society (IAS) and IEEE Kenya Section for the 8th Annual Power Africa Conference on “Regional Integration, Emerging Trends and Energy Sustainability in Advancing Africa’s Economic Progress” to be held in-person in Nairobi, Kenya from August 23 to August 27, 2020

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