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Impact factor (2022): 2.1

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Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.532

SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.42



Most cited paper for each volume is the paper with highest score in number of citations during two calendar years following publication:

Volume 1 Pietro Romano

"Optimization of photovoltaic energy production through an efficient switching matrix"

coauthored by: Roberto Candela, Marzia Cardinale, Vincenzo Li Vigni, Domenico Musso, Eleonora Riva Sanseverino
Volume 2 Karl-Heinz Kettl

"Optimal Renewable Energy Systems for Regions"

coauthored by: Nora Niemetz, Michael Eder, Michael Narodoslawsky
Volume 3 Joachim Kozioł

"Evaluation of Economic, Energy-environmental and Sociological Effects of Substituting Non-renewable Energy with Renewable Energy Sources"

coauthored by: Barbara Mendecka
Volume 4 Jan H. Miedema

"Environmental and Energetic Performance of the Biomass to Synthetic Natural Gas Supply Chain"

coauthored by: Henri C. Moll and Rene M.j. Benders
Volume 5
Şiir Kilkiş

"A Nearly Net-Zero Exergy District as a Model for Smarter Energy Systems in the Context of Urban Metabolism"

Agnieszka Placek

"The Role of Organic and Inorganic Amendments in Carbon Sequestration and Immobilization of Heavy Metals in Degraded Soils"

coauthored by: Anna Grobelak, Joanna Hiller, Wioleta Stępień, Paulina Jelonek, Marta Jaskulak and Malgorzata Kacprzak
Volume 6 Mohammad Alobaid

"Improving Thermal and Electrical Efficiency in Photovoltaic Thermal Systems for Sustainable Cooling System Integration"

coauthored by: Ben Hughes, Dominic O’Connor, John Calautit and Andrew Heyes
Volume 7 Joey Ocon

"Energy transition from diesel-based to solar photovoltaics-battery-diesel hybrid system-based island grids in the Philippines – Techno-economic potential and policy implication on missionary electrificationn"

coauthored by: Paul Bertheau
Volume 8 Domenico Curto

"A Preliminary Energy Assessment to Improve the Energy Sustainability in the Small Islands of the Mediterranean Sea"

coauthored by: Vincenzo Franzitta, Marco Trapanese and Maurizio Cirrincione