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B4: Hydrogen Energy

A section of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).

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Hydrogen is a promising energy carrier. It is the ultimate, utopian supplier of energy to meet the world’s demand and simultaneously decrease greenhouse gases emissions.  Presently, our journal's Hydrogen Energy Section aims to gather innovative research (experimental and computational) and present insightful, timely reviews. Our objective is to highlight recent advances on various aspects, including production, storage, transmission, utilization, environmental impact and economic aspects of hydrogen and hydrogen carriers.

Example topic areas within the scope of our journal's Hydrogen Energy Section are listed below. This list is neither exhaustive nor exclusive:

  • Hydrogen Production
    • Fossil Sources
    • Solar Hydrogen / Renewable Hydrogen
    • Bio Hydrogen / Bio Gasification/ Biomass
    • Electrolysis / Electrolyzers
    • Catalysts
  • Hydrogen separation and purification
    • Dehydrogenation
    • Membranes
  • Hydrogen Storage
    • Chemical Carriers
    • Complex and Interstitual Hydrides
    • Hydrogen Sorbants
    • Gaseous Hydrogen Storage
    • Liquefaction
  • Hydride based thermal energy storage
  • Hydrogen Conversion and Utilization
    • Combustion
    • Photochemical, such as: water splitting and water electrolysis
    • Electrochemical (fuel cells)
    • Nuclear conversion
  • Hydrogen Economy
  • Hydrogen Sensors
  • Hydrogen Safety
  • Hydrogen Systems Modelling
  • Other hydrogen isotopes and/or hydrogen carriers to thermal, and their applications, such as: in transportation, industrial, commercial and residential sectors

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