CO2 Emission Reduction Concepts and Zero-to-Low Carbon Technologies
The Topic “CO2 Emission Reduction Concepts and Zero-to-Low Carbon Technologies” represents a collection of high-quality engineering-based research articles and reviews that address the critical need for countries to transition toward low emissions and climate resilient economies at a pace across any scale.
CO2 emission reduction concepts provide active technical pathways for businesses, industry, and communities as well as regions, nations, and continents to avoid, minimize, and eliminate the release of greenhouse gas emissions and harmful pollutants. The scope of acceptable research is limited to science- and engineering-based approaches supported by credible evidence that the concepts can have a positive impact with substantial scale-up potential.
Integration of zero-to-low carbon technologies has a particular focus on renewable energy technology on both the supply (e.g., wind farms, solar PV) and demand side (e.g., process integration, heat pumps). Special emphasis in this Topic is given to heat pump technologies that address challenges in medium-to-high temperature applications (>80 °C), retrofit solutions for existing systems, high-temperature heat pump design and optimization, integration methods for heat pumps, and the potential scale of heat pump uptake as a low-to-zero carbon technology.
We look forward to reviewing your manuscripts and sharing those of the highest quality with the research community.
Dr. Tim Walmsley
Dr. Florian Schlosser
Dr. Benjamin Hung Yang Ong
- CO2 emission reduction concepts
- zero-to-low carbon technologies
- renewable energy
- heat pump technology
- system modeling, integration, and optimization
- energy transition
- energy engineering
- thermal engineering
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|4.1||-||2015||16.8 Days||CHF 1400|
|3.2||5.5||2008||15.7 Days||CHF 2600|
|3.7||5.9||2014||20 Days||CHF 1500|
|3.9||5.8||2009||18.3 Days||CHF 2400|
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