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Materials Reports: Energy

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E-ISSN 2666-9358
Area Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment, Nanotechnology

Materials Reports: Energy (MRE) publishes impactful discoveries, prospective ideas, and insightful viewpoints at the intersection of energy research and materials science and technology. By providing high-quality, easy-to-access, and up-to-date information to the research community, MRE aims to motivate and facilitate innovation and development of key and novel energy materials. MRE follows a policy of rapid but prudent peer review, and rapid and open-access publication. MRE welcomes original articles and reviews concerning all fundamental, engineering and applied aspects of energy materials and devices, particularly the ones applied to green and sustainable energy utilization. Technological topics include, but are not limited to: Materials in batteries and supercapacitors Materials in fuel cells Materials in photovoltaic devices Materials for hydrogen and solar fuels generation Photocatalysts and electrocatalysts for energy production Materials in solar thermal power and solar desalination Thermoelectric materials Materials for nuclear power generation Materials for energy conservation


  1. It is an oppen access journal
  2. The Subject Area : Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment, Nanotechnology
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Editorial for the special issue “Artificial Photosynthesis Catalysts for Clean Energy”

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Recent advances in elaborate interface regulation of BiVO4 photoanode for photoelectrochemical water splitting

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Construction of Mo/Mo2C@C modified ZnIn2S4 Schottky junctions for efficient photo-thermal assisted hydrogen evolution

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Recent advances in graphitic carbon nitride-based photocatalysts for solar-driven hydrogen production

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Valence state effect of Cu on photocatalytic CO2 reduction

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Position-selected cocatalyst modification on a Z-scheme Cd0.5Zn0.5S/NiTiO3 photocatalyst for boosted H2 evolution

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Oxygen defect modulating the charge behavior in titanium dioxide for boosting photocatalytic nitrogen fixation performance

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