Important dates

January 26, 2024
February 2, 2024 – NEW
Extended abstract submission deadline

February 2, 2024
Workshop proposals due

March 15, 2024
Author notification

April 26, 2024
Final version submission deadline

April 26, 2024
Early registration deadline for authors

July 3-5, 2024
Conference dates

The SEED Conference (Sustainable Energy Education) will be held in Valencia, on the eastern part of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Read more about Valencia at

The conference will occur in the Faculty of Business Administration and Management (Building 7J) at the Universitat Politècnica de València campus. The registration desk will be located on the ground floor.

Universitat Politècnica de València
Faculty of Business Administration and Management (Building 7J)

How to reach the conference venue from downtown

By taxi from any city area

8 Euros (approx.). Specify as destination: Street “Avenida dels Tarongers”, “Universitat Politècnica de València. Access to the campus through gate L, next to “Colegio Mayor Galileo Galilei”

By bike

There is a public service to use bikes throughout the city. This service is called Valenbisi. On campus, you can find several stations where to park the bikes.

By underground + tram

Take line 3 or 9 in Xàtiva or Colón station, towards “Rafelbunyol” or  “Alboraya-PA”. Get off the underground in the station “Benimaclet”. Leave the underground and go up the street to get the tram. Then, get the tram Line 4 to “Dr. Lluch” or Line 6 to “Marítim-Serrería”. Both lines use the same railway. Get off the tram at station “Tarongers”. The underground ticket you should buy is Zone A, valid for all underground and tram lines in Valencia City.
More info here.

How to reach the conference venue from the harbour/beach area

The university is just a 15-minute walk from Malvarrosa Beach, although the port area is further away. You can reach the university from the port by taking the tram in “Marítim-Serreria”, “Francesc Cubells” or “Grau Canyamelar” (line 6) towards “Tossal del Rei”. Then, get off the tram at station “Tarongers”. More info here.