Journal Special Issues

Full papers of selected contributions, if desired, will be published in Journal of Energy Storage, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy and Nanomaterials as a special issue after the due review process.

Journal of Energy Storage

    Impact factor: 6.583

The Journal of Energy Storage focusses on all aspects of energy storage, in particular systems integration, electric grid integration, modelling and analysis, novel energy storage technologies, sizing and management strategies, business models for operation of storage systems and energy storage developments worldwide. The journal offers a single, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary platform for scientists and engineers in academia, research institutions, government agencies and industry. The journal is also of interest to decision makers and technical, economic and policy advisers in these organisations.

International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

    Impact factor: 5.816

The International Journal of Hydrogen Energy aims to provide a central vehicle for the exchange and dissemination of new ideas, technology developments and research results in the field of Hydrogen Energy between scientists and engineers throughout the world. The emphasis is placed on original research, both analytical and experimental, covering all aspects of Hydrogen Energy, including production, storage, transmission, utilization, enabling technologies, environmental impact, economic and international aspects of hydrogen and hydrogen carriers such as NH3, CH4, alcohols, etc.


       Impact factor: 5.076

Nanomaterials is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal published semimonthly online by MDPI.

The Special Issue "Nanostructured Materials for PEM Fuel/Electrolyser Cells" in Nanomaterials edited by Prof. Dr. Justo Lobato has been launched. This Special Issue aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge related to nanostructured materials for their use in different proton exchange membrane cells, such as PEM fuel cells, PEM electrolyzers for water splitting or the electrochemical reduction of CO2, and so on.