Focus & Scopes
The European Journal of Energy Research (EJER) is dedicated to providing a multidisciplinary, unique platform for researchers, scientists, engineers, technology developers, planners, and policy makers to present their research results and findings in a compelling manner on energy.
The journal aims to present to the international community important results of work in the fields of energy research, development, application or design. The journal also aims to help researchers, scientists, manufacturers, institutions, world agencies, societies, etc. to keep up with new developments in theory and applications and to provide alternative energy solutions to current issues.
EJER covers the entire spectrum of energy from production to conversion, conservation, management, systems, technologies, etc.
EJER is concerned with the development and exploitation of both advanced traditional and new energy sources, systems, technologies and applications. High-quality research papers are solicited in, but are not limited to, the following areas with innovative and novel contents:
Battery Energy Storage
Biomass, Biofuel, and Bioenergy
Carbon capturing and storage technologies
Clean coal technologies
Energy and Climate Change
Energy and Environmental Pollution
Energy and Nanotechnology
Energy and Societal Aspects
Energy and Transportation
Energy Companies Challenges
Energy conversion, conservation and management
Energy Efficiency-Achievements and Challenges
Energy Infrastructures, Marketing and Economy
Global Energy Policy
Hybrid/combined/integrated energy systems for multi-generation
Hydrogen energy and fuel cells
Hydrogen production technologies
Low Carbon Technologies
Micro- and nano-energy systems and technologies
Nuclear Energies, Prospects and Issues
Renewable and Non-Renewable Energies
Smart energy system
Solar Cell Theory and Application
Solar Thermal Energy
Wave and Tide Energies
Scientists, researchers, economists, energy planners, policy makers, technologists, and engineers who work and/or have interest in the area of energy field, in various disciplines ranging from mechanical to electrical engineering and from chemical to environmental engineering.