International Energy Journal


Journal CoverEditor
Prof. S. Kumar
Associate Editor
Dr. P. Abdul Salam
Assistant Editor
Maria Kathrina B. Gratuito

Published by:

REGIONAL ENERGY RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (RERIC)
Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change
School of Environment, Resources and Development
ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang
Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
Tel: +66-2-524-6216; 524-54143
Fax: +66-2-524-5439
E-mails: rericjournal@ait.ac.th


If you are interested submit your paper, CLICK HERE. Please read carefully the AUTHOR GUIDELINES.

Description:

The International Energy Journal is a quarterly publication published by RERIC in March, June, September and December of each year. Papers on technological, socio-economic and environmental aspects of energy economics and planning, energy conservation, and renewable energy resources (biomass, solar, wind, and small-scale hydropower) are published. The IEJ is proud to be included in the Emerging Sources Citation Index of Clarivate Analytics (Web of Science™ Core Collection). It is also indexed and abstracted in the Scopus title list, and has a listing and ranking in the SJR (SCImago Journal and Country Rank).   It is also listed in the EI Compendex Journal Source List (Compendex Database of Engineering Information, Inc.). The IEJ, which is housed in the Asian Institute of Technology (a leading post-graduate academic institution in the region), is also the only Energy-category focused international journal published in Thailand.Biblographic & Ordering Information (SUBSCRIPTION FORM).

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ISSN: 1513-718X
Imprint: RERIC
Commenced Publication: 1979
Audience:
Energy researchers, planners, Industry, energy users and producers.

Announcements

 

Journal: Call for Papers for: Bangabandhu Chair Special Issue

 

The International Energy Journal (IEJ) is calling for submissions to the Bangabandhu Chair Special Issue on: Energy, Disaster, Climate Change: Sustainability and Just Transitions in BangladeshThe submissions can be full Research Papers, Scientific Commentary, Case Study, Literature Review, Policy Review, Method/Framing paper. Preference will be given to the submissions with a focus on Bangladesh and/or relevance in the context of Bangladesh. 

Kindly read the whole announcement for the details.

 
Posted: 2020-06-16 More...
 

Journal: List of Reviewers (2019)

 
The International Energy Journal (IEJ) sincerely expresses gratitude to the following individuals who took time to review papers submitted to the journal. Without their patience, Volume 19 (Issue 1-4) 2019 of IEJ would not have been possible.  
Posted: 2020-02-29 More...
 

Journal: NEW Books available to download

 

RERIC Publishes a New Book by Emeritus Professor Ram M. Shrestha

Emissions of Air Pollutants and Greenhouse Gases in Nepal: An Integrated Inventory

A new book by Emeritus Professor Ram Manohar Shrestha on “Emissions of Air Pollutants and Greenhouse Gases in Nepal: An Integrated Inventory” has been published by Regional Energy Resources Information Center (RERIC), Asian Institute of Technology. Most developing countries are facing the problem of rapidly increasing air pollution and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. However, most developing countries lack systematic and comprehensive assessments of the emissions of air pollutants and GHGs. This study has carried out detailed estimation of emissions of air pollutants and GHGs (including both short and long-lived climate forcers) in Nepal. It presents an integrated inventory of the emissions of energy combustion in different sectors, open burning activities, industrial processes, solid waste management and other sources, and discusses their implications for policymaking on air pollution control and GHG mitigation in Nepal.

The integrated emission inventory in this book should of significant interest to policy makers, researchers and other stakeholders engaged in environmental management and GHG mitigation in Nepal; it could also be of interest to researchers and organizations involved in the presentation of emission inventories in other developing countries.

Osamu Mizuno, the Director of Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific  says “To my understanding, the present work represents the most extensive compilation of data on emission related activities in Nepal; it also represents the most comprehensive emission inventory of air pollutants and GHGs in the country”.

Two other books by Prof. Ram can be accessed in the following links

 
Posted: 2019-02-26 More...
 
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Volume 20, Issue 3, September 2020

Table of Contents

Articles

Gam Thi Nguyen, Thang T. Vo
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Gulmira Zharasbayevna Zhunussova, Svetlana Valerievna Ratner, Gulshat Zharasbayevna Zhunussova, Gulnara Zhagiparovna Nurmukhanova, Aigul Karbaevna Shaihutdinova
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Nayseang Sun, Supachart Chungpaibulpatana, Bundit Limmeechokchai
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Hadiyanto Hadiyanto, Marcelinus Christwardana, Tifany Minasheila, Yosafat Hans Wijaya
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Hazlina Selamat, Mohamad Fadzli Haniff, Zainon Mat Sharif, Seyed Mohammad Attaran, Fadhilah Mohd Sakri, Muhammad Al’Hapis Abdul Razak
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Hodo-Abalo Samah, G.N. Tiwari, Yawovi Nougbléga
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