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Indian Journal of Energy (ISSN: 2278-926X)

Publisher: Indian Society for Education and Environment

ISSN-L: 2278-926X

ISSN: 2278-926X

E-ISSN: 2278-9278

IF(Impact Factor) : 2017 Evaluation Pending



Indian Journal of Energy (INDJE) is a multi-disciplinary International monthly journal in the field of energy published online (open access journal).The ultimate aim of the Indian Journal of Energy (INDJE) is to publish a wide range of energy researches strongly focusing on the latest high-quality research results.
Indian Journal of Energy is an authoritative source of peer-reviewed original research articles, review articles, case studies, conference reports, technology and management reports relevant to the energy field. Moreover, the journal welcomes commentaries on articles and reports published in INDJE
Indian Journal of Energy covers research articles on all aspects of energy including chemical energy, potential energy, kinetic energy, thermal (heat) energy, radiant energy or electromagnetic radiation (light), nuclear energy, electrical energy, magnetic energy, elastic energy, mechanical energy, luminous energy, surface energy, gravitational potential, renewable energy, conventional or non-renewable energy, solar energy, wind energy, biofuels, hydroelectric energy, biomass, geothermal energy and fossil fuels and the following key indicative areas:
Energy technologies
Energy diversity
Energy localization
Energy security
Energy management
Environment friendly energy technologies
Energy resources
Energy consumption
Utilization of energy and its impact on environment
Economic aspects of energy utilization
Energy modeling and prediction
Integrated energy systems
Energy in buildings
Innovation and new development in energy technology
Energy efficiency and energy saving
Alternative energy technologies and sources
Energy and environmental planning
Energy R&D strategies and policies and its implementation
Energy foresight & scenarios
Impact of generic technologies on energy
National energy research policies
Energy planning
Energy transmission and distribution
Rural electricity & energy supply
Energy economics
Energy security and risk assessment
Energy researchers, Professionals, Academics, Energy users, Planners, Energy producers and Policy makers.

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