Energy, Science & Engineering

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Energy Science & Engineering is a peer reviewed, open access journal dedicated to fundamental and applied research on energy and supply and use.

Securing an affordable and low carbon energy supply is a critical challenge of the 21st century and the solutions will require collaboration between scientists and engineers worldwide. This new journal aims to facilitate collaboration and spark innovation in energy research and development. Due to the importance of this topic to society and economic development the journal will give priority to quality research papers that are accessible to a broad readership and discuss sustainable, state-of-the art approaches to shaping the future of energy.


This multidisciplinary journal will appeal to all researchers and professionals working in any area of energy in academia, industry or government, including scientists, engineers, consultants, policy-makers, government officials, economists and corporate organisations.


Topics include, but are not limited to the following areas:

  • General Energy
  • Fossil Fuels
  • Energy Storage
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Renewable Energy
  • Power Engineering

Related themes



Sustainable generation of energy is essential to society, and chemistry makes the technologies required possible.


Sustainability & Environment

Advancements in resource efficiency and progress towards a circular economy are at the core of sustainable innovation.

Science & Innovation

Science & Innovation

Facilitating collaboration between multidisciplinary scientists, investors, lawyers, companies, institutions – the list goes on!

From the latest issue

Space cooling using geothermal single-effect water/lithium bromide absorption chiller

This research is proposed to fully investigate the performance of a single-effect water/lithium bromide absorption chiller driven by geothermal energy. Since absorption cycles are considered as low-grade energy cycles, this innovative idea of rejecting fluid from a single-flash geothermal power plant with low-grade energy would serve as efficient, economical, and promising technology. In order to examine the feasibility of this approach, a residential building which is located in Sharjah, UAE, considered to evaluate its cooling capacity of 39 kW which is calculated using MATLAB software.

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Meet the Editor

Editor in Chief Yun Hang Hu 

Yun Hang Hu
Charles and Carroll McArthur Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Michigan Technological University

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Yun Hang Hu | Editor-in-Chief