Focus and Scope

The Renewable Energy Issues Journal aims to provide a comprehensive platform for scholarly discussions and research articles addressing the diverse challenges and opportunities within the field of renewable energy. The focus of the journal encompasses various aspects, including but not limited to:

1. Technological Advancements:

Exploration and analysis of emerging technologies in renewable energy, such as solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and bioenergy, with an emphasis on their development, efficiency, and integration.

2.Policy and Regulation:

Examination of national and international policies, regulations, and frameworks influencing the deployment, sustainability, and accessibility of renewable energy sources.

3.Environmental Impact:

Assessment of the environmental implications of renewable energy technologies, including life cycle analyses, biodiversity considerations, and sustainable practices.

4.Economic Viability:

Evaluation of the economic feasibility, financing models, and market dynamics associated with the implementation and growth of renewable energy projects.

5.Social and Ethical Dimensions:

Exploration of the social acceptance, cultural implications, and ethical considerations related to renewable energy adoption, ensuring a holistic understanding of its impact on societies.

The Renewable Energy Issues Journal invites submissions that contribute to the understanding and resolution of key challenges in renewable energy. The scope includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

-Original Research Articles
-Review Papers
-Case Studies
-Policy Analyses
-Technological Innovations
-Economic and Financial Analyses
-Environmental Impact Assessments
-Social and Ethical Analyses

Through this interdisciplinary approach, the journal aims to foster dialogue and collaboration among researchers, policymakers, industry professionals, and other stakeholders, promoting sustainable solutions and advancements in the field of renewable energy.