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Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition

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E-ISSN 2667-095X
Area Energy (General), Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition has a mission to share the most interesting and relevant problems, solutions, applications, novel ideas and technologies to support the transition to a low carbon future and achieve our global emissions targets as established by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Continuing the mission of the partner journal, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, the journal will address key challenges in the global energy transition, and the wider sustainable development and environmental issues related to it, and act as a forum for the best research to come together and provide solutions and pathways for us to establish a world based on low-carbon energy. The journal considers articles on the following themes, provided the link to renewable and sustainable energy is clear and thoroughly examined: Energy system transitions, including but not limited to sector interactions, whole systems analysis at scales from local to global, socio-technical and socio-economic aspects, feasibility, policy and regulatory and market arrangements. Energy resources, including fossil fuels, in the context of renewable and sustainable energy transitions. Sector-specific energy transitions research - industry, buildings, transport, agriculture. Key transition technologies, including but not limited to energy storage, electrification technologies (e.g. EVs, heat pumps), hybrid systems, renewables, synthetic fuels, hydrogen, industrial decarbonisation technologies, demand side management, etc.-where their role in a broader energy transition is thoroughly explored. Interdisciplinary transitions research, encompassing combinations of engineering, science, environment, economic, social, human/economic geography, equality aspects. Consideration and development of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in energy transitions. This journal welcomes contributions that support and advance the UN's sustainable development goals, in particular SDG 7 (Affordable and clean energy) and SDG 13 (Climate Action)


  1. It is an oppen access journal
  2. The Subject Area : Energy (General), Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
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Articles published in Journal : Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Towards equitable and inclusive energy systems for remote off-grid communities: A socio-technical assessment of solar power for village Helario in Tharparkar, Pakistan

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Sociotechnical misalignments and micro-renewables adoption: The case of distributed solar PV in Pakistan

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Critical elements for a successful energy transition: A systematic review

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Allocation of carbon dioxide emissions to the by-products of combined heat and power plants: A methodological guidance

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Discursive trends and their socio-ecological implications in Senegal's renewable energy turn

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Profitability of biomass-based district heating considering different technology combinations and building flexibility

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Co-creating socio-technical scenarios for net-zero emission pathways: Comparison of five national case studies

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Closing the Gap: Achieving U.S. climate goals beyond the Inflation Reduction Act

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Solar architecture and the sufficiency imperative

Last updated: 12/03/2023

Abolition solarities: Theorizing antiracist and anticapitalist solar energy insurrections

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