2021 International Conference on Smart Transportation, Energy and Power (STEP 2021)
Prof. Goh Hui Hwang



Prof. Goh Hui Hwang  吴晖锽

Guangxi University, China  广西大学


Ir. Dr. Goh Hui Hwang is a practising electrical consultant and Registered Electrical Energy Manager. His technical interests and expertise include electrical engineering, power systems, renewable and sustainable energy, embedded power generation, wavelet analysis, load shedding, and data mining. Since 2008, Ir. Goh has been dedicating his profession to leading various research projects, putting his main focus on fostering innovation, development, and testing of new technologies that can be used to address sustainable energy issues in the developing world. He has won medals from many international expos, for the significant contributions of his innovations to the progress and welfare of the community. On top of his academic leadership, Ir. Goh further contributes to the promoting and fostering of the development of science, engineering and technology as an Associate of the Academy of Science Malaysia. He is a member of the Senior Evaluation Panel for Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) of the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). Besides, he is also active in The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (Southern Branch) as the Advisor of IEM Student Section UTHM.


吴晖锽博士是一名电气咨询顾问,国家能源委员会认证电能管理师,同时也曾是敦胡先翁大学(Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia)电气与电子工程系的副教授。目前,他是广西大学电气江程学院的教授和君武学者。专长及研究领域包括了电气工程、电力系统、再循环能源、嵌入式发电、小波分析、电力减负荷、数据挖掘等等。自2008年以来,吴晖锽博士一直致力于领导各种研究项目,主要促进创新,开发和测试可用于解决发展中国家可持续能源问题的新技术。由于他对社会发展带来了莫大的帮助,因此在许多国际博览会都获奖无数。除了在学术方面做出贡献以外,吴晖鋥博士也是马来西亚程师协会(IEM)的活跃分子,担任IEM南马分会的执行委员,也曾出任敦胡先翁大学学生分会的顾问。同时,他也是马来西亚工程局(BEM)旗下工程认证委员会 (EAC)和工程技术认证委员会(ETAC)的高级评估员。不但如此,吴晖锽博士是东盟工程技术学院(AAET) 的院士, 英国工程技术学会(IET) 的会士和马拉西亚工程学会(IEM) 的会士。

Speech Title: Applications of 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) in the Energy Sector

Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) is used to enable cost-effective, efficient energy distribution in smart energy. IoT-based solutions and devices are used in conjunction with sustainable, renewable energy sources to create this hybrid energy system. Beyond intelligent electrical grids and metering, smart energy systems include diverse energy sources and kinds, production and delivery infrastructures, operational processes and use cases, as well as a variety of energy sources and meters. Smart Meters based on the Internet of Things (IoT) improve energy distribution, lower operational costs, and provide better customer service by providing a clear picture of power usage. Smart meters give you up-to-the-minute information on your energy usage and supply. Real-time usage data assists utility providers in deciding how, where, and when to distribute energy for maximum benefit and to reduce interruptions. Better accounting and billing transparency allows clients to save money while also becoming environmentally conscious by altering their energy usage.