Teachers, researchers, doctorate and master’s candidates, and other academics interested in energy will be able to present both technically and papers on relevant subjects, both technically and scientifically, in their respective areas of study and/or participate in lectures and debates at the conference. This is a timely opportunity to hear and share experiences, analyses and visions, especially on the possible and desirable paths to be pursued in a sustainable energy (r)evolution, thus contributing to the improvement of the energy sector from the perspective of various scientific areas – namely, Engineering, Law, Communication, Economics, Computing, Natural Sciences and Environment, among others.