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Open access publication can enable increased visibility and discoverability as your research can be read by anyone around the world. This greater visibility can result in increased readership and citations, and a chance to make an impact beyond your field. Explore our Energy Engineering journals below, and learn more about our open access publishing options.
Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects
Solutions to address energy demand, use and transition issues and focuses on bioenergy, renewable sources, energy from waste, and energy efficiency
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Publishing open access can increase the reach of your research by up to eight times and create impact beyond academia.
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Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy
Focuses on economic and political trends and issues related to fossil and alternate fuel sources, including uncertainties, advancements and future needs
International Journal of Ambient Energy
Research on potential carbon reductions in real-world applications, including nuclear, hydroelectric, solar, photovoltaic, tidal, and geothermal power