Nov 13, 2023
The International Journal of Global Energy Issues
The international journal of global energy issues is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal in the field of energy research. It provides a platform for researchers, scientists, engineers, technology developers, planners and policy makers to publish their work without restriction.
The journal is published by Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, and its coverage history goes back to 1989. It has a high impact factor and is indexed by Scopus.
It is a peer-reviewed journal
The journal publishes original research and review articles examining the relationship between energy systems and society. Articles cover a broad range of topics, including energy technologies, fuels, and markets. In addition, the journal provides a forum for discussion of the implications of technological change for world energy development and sustainable society.
The current global energy crisis is delivering shocks of unprecedented breadth and complexity. It has prompted governments to take short-term measures to shield consumers from price increases, and to accelerate structural changes. In some cases these changes are helping to alleviate the impact of rising prices, but the most disadvantaged are still bearing the burden of high energy costs.
International Journal of Global Energy Issues is published open access, so all articles are available to read, download and share immediately upon publication. The journal is also fully indexed in Scopus, MEDLINE, Embase, CABI and GEOBASE. It has a h-index of 27. The ISSN number is 17415128.
It is published by Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Inderscience publishes over 424 journals across all fields of science and technology. They also have a strong presence in the field of energy with journals that focus on nuclear energy, climate change, and more. These journals have a high impact factor in their respective fields and are a good choice for researchers looking to publish their work.
The rapid increase in the world’s energy needs is creating unsustainable situations such as air pollution, acidification due to sulphur and nitrogen oxide emissions and global warming caused by greenhouse gases. The solution to these challenges is to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and shift to renewable energy sources.
Vigorous economic growth and progressive motorisation will expand China’s primary energy demand. This will have significant impacts on the world energy markets and in Northeast Asia. It will lead to increased reliance on Middle Eastern oil and reinforce the energy security problems of oil importing countries in the region.
It is indexed by Scopus
Energy is an international journal in energy engineering and research, publishing the latest research findings on the development of advanced energy technologies. The journal publishes papers from multidisciplinary areas of energy engineering, with a focus on research in mechanical and thermal sciences. The journal also welcomes papers on related topics, provided that they are within the broader scope of developments in energy.
This is a peer-reviewed journal with an international editorial board and high visibility. The journal is indexed in Scopus, CAPlus/SciFinder, Embase, and GEOBASE. Articles are available for free online access.
ISSN is a unique 8-digit code that identifies journals, newspapers, periodicals and magazines in all their forms. It is used to identify and link publications in the bibliographic databases. The ISSN number of International Journal of Global Energy Issues is 17415128, 09547118. The h-index of this journal is 27. It means that 27 articles in this journal have been cited more than 27 times.
It is published in English
The International Journal of Global Energy Issues is published by Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Its ISSN number is 17415128 and ISJN number is 09547118. The ISSN system is a unique numbering scheme that allows the identification of journals and publications worldwide. It is used for indexing, abstracting, and referencing purposes.
A wide range of measures have been implemented to cope with the ongoing energy crisis, including oil and other fossil fuel depletion, the economic efficiency versus population growth debate, and environmental issues such as climate change. Some of these measures include the expansion of natural gas and renewable energy sources, increased investment in infrastructure, and more ambitious clean energy targets.
The Journal is committed to providing a multidisciplinary platform for research in all areas of the global energy agenda. This includes research on the full energy spectrum, the energy life cycle, and the interconnection of energy systems. Its scope includes nuclear, solar, and wind power; hydroelectricity; fusion energy; and the impact of these technologies on sustainable development.More Details