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School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Technology Sydney, Ultimo, NSW 2007, Australia
Department of Infrastructure Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and IT Engineering Block C, Building 174, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC 3010, Australia

Research Frontier in Renewable Energy Systems

Abstract submission deadline
closed (10 October 2023)
Manuscript submission deadline
10 December 2023
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Dear Colleagues,

The burning of fossil fuels is responsible for the accumulation of CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. In addition, the rate of fossil fuel production is declining. The global scientific community has committed to exploring and developing technology related to the generation of renewable energy sources to address these challenges. In addition to experimental investigations, entropy and exergy analysis is a suitable approach to evaluate these technologies’ overall performance so long as the proper determination of the model delivers an accurate prediction of the process performance. Furthermore, the thermodynamic approach is economically attractive and time-effective. Novel renewable energy conversion technology shows promise in its ability to meet energy demands in an environmentally friendly manner. This Topic aims to facilitate the dissemination of advanced research related to the process of converting renewable sources into energy. Original research articles and review articles are welcome.

Prof. Dr. T M Indra Mahlia
Dr. Behzad Rismanchi
Topic Editors


  • renewable energy systems
  • econometric model of entropy
  • renewable energy forecasting
  • entropy and exergy of renewable energy

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