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International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment

ISSN Print: 2150-3621
ISSN Online: 2150-363X

Volume 14, 2013

Volume 13, 2012

Volume 12, 2011

Volume 11, 2010

Volume 10, 2009

Volume 9, 2008

Volume 8, 2007

Volume 7, 2006

Volume 6, 2005

Volume 5, 2004

Volume 4, 2003

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International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment

FORMERLY KNOWN AS CLEAN AIR: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON ENERGY FOR A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT

Editor-in-Chief: John Lloyd

Co-Editors: Yaroslav Chudnovsky , Sanjeev Sathe , Mario Costa

Aims and Scope

The principle aim of the International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment (IJECE) is to describe, compare, and evaluate innovative technologies that will maximize the efficiency of energy production and utilization while minimizing the production of undesirable emissions into our atmosphere, our earth, and our water supply. Fundamental and applied contributions to the IJECE are encouraged, and papers from industry and end users are welcomed. IJECE deals with interconnected themes covering the reduction of local and global environment degrading emissions while increasing the production of high quality energy. We desire to discuss the integration of supply and demand of energy for all end user sectors.

The main objectives of IJECE are:

  • Promote innovative and new integrated energy solutions for a green environment
  • Contribute to a sustainable energy economy
  • Provide a framework for change in global energy systems
  • Promote dissemination of knowledge related to new energy technologies appropriate to developing countries
The IJECE constitutes a forum for discussion of emerging issues in energy such as:
  • Production, storage, and utilization of hydrogen as an energy producing fuel
  • Alternative and renewable energy sources and their potential for impacting the global supply of resources
  • Micro and nano technologies for power production, utilization, and conservation
  • Clean combustion advancements
  • Sustainable energy concepts for developing countries
  • Rational use of energy in manufacturing, architecture, and agriculture
Discussions on conservation strategies and how they drive public policy and codes and standards development for the improvement of our global society are sought.