Special Issue on Energy Efficient Technologies

Energy is the major driving force for the economy of any nation. The challenge for continuous generation of power to meet the ever-growing demand is a daunting task, especially due to the increasingly limited natural resources. Energy efficiency affects all forms of energy conversion: from efficient generation to the transportation and distribution of electrical energy and heat, to the efficient use of energy in industry, buildings, and mobility. Energy suppliers and industry as well as consumers need to use energy as efficiently and sustainably as possible. Meanwhile, Energy necessity motivates researchers and industrialist for energy efficient technologies to sustain the world for better living.


The objective of Special Issue on Energy Efficient Technologies is to offer a chance for leading researchers, engineers and scientists to explore the applications of science to conserve energy for joyful existence of human life and exchange novel thoughts and advances in relation with latest technology.


All manuscripts submitted to the Special Issue will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published by Journal of Electronic Science and Technology (JEST, ISSN: 1674-862X), which is indexed by EI in INSPEC. JEST is also a DOAJ journal and indexed by CAS, CNKI, and so on.


The topics of interest for this Special Session include, but are not limited to:


D  Energy Efficiency Policies/Strategies  
D  Energy Monitoring and Management  
D  Energy-Efficient Networking and Protocols   
 Efficient Power Generation/Conversion    
 Efficient Power Transmission/Distribution  
 Energy-Efficient Equipment/Appliances  
 Energy-Demand Reduction Techniques    
 Energy-Efficient Industrial Solutions  
 Smart Metering and Dynamic Pricing  
 Energy-Efficient Buildings  
 Energy-Efficient Transport and Logistics          


Manuscript Template DownloadJEST-Template.doc  


Important Information for prospective authors:    

 30 papers are limited to be accepted;
 All manuscripts MUST be prepared and formulated in accordance with JEST-Template;
 The length of accepted papers is no less than 6 full pages.  

Important Date Deadline

Full Paper Submission           30 May 2013
Notification of Acceptance     10 July  2013
Final paper Submission         31 July 2013  
Tentative Publication             March  2014

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