Frontiers Journal of Renewable energy

Frontiers Journal of Renewable Energy (FJRE) is an open access academic and professional journal affiliated to the FM Publishers.

Frontiers Journal of Renewable Energy is an internationally peer-reviewed journal focusses on all aspects of science and technology of energy generation, distribution, storage, and management. The Journal also covers highly specialized medical disciplines such as: Green-Energy, Renewable-Energy, Biomass-and-Bioenergy, Green-Nanotechnology, Waste to Energy, Green-Processing-and-Solar-Energy, Solar and Low Energy Architecture, Climatology and Meteorology, Geothermal Technology, Wave, T Energy-and-Environment, Green-Architecture, Biofuels, Climate-Change, Sustainable-Energy-Policies, Green-Chemistry, Green-Economy, Environmental-Engineering, Biomass Conversion, Biomass Conversion, Photovoltaic Technology Conversion, ide and Ocean Thermal Energies, Hydro Power, Hydrogen Production Technology and Fuel Cells, Solar Thermal Applications, Wind Energy Technology, Desalination, Socio-economic and Policy Issues and related topics.

The main objective of the journal is to disseminate the scientific work, publication, education, and exchange of ideas globally. The Journal provides authors with a platform to contribute their findings and help raise awareness among readers on Renewable Energy. The primary goal of the journal is to maintain high quality of publications.

The journal accepts Original Articles, Reviews, Mini Review, Case Reports, Clinical Images, Rapid Communication covering all aspects of Renewable Energy.

This is an open access journal providing easy access to its viewers globally. Authors who would like to discuss the potential interest in a manuscript may contact Editorial office

Current Issue Articles

Biodisel production in reverse helical coil reactor

Authors : Madhu Agarwal, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, India

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One sort of DC generators without reversing and hydrogen production equipment’s

Authors : Ziwei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University, China & Shihao Chen, Northeast Normal University, China

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Analysis of biomass potential development in the Czech Republic in relation to landscape functions

Authors : Tomas Kralik, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

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Harmonizing policies for bioenergy and offshore wind power development: The case of Taiwan

Authors : Chung-Huang Huang & Chien-Ming Lee, National Taipei University, Taiwan

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Overexpression of Brassica napus DGAT2 in Chlorella sorokiniana enhanced PUFA and neutral lipids potential for biodiesel production

Authors : Prachi Nawkarkar, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), India

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Genetic engineering of marine alga potential for biofuel applications and acclimation of strain in natural system

Authors : Shashi Kumar, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), India

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What EU vehicle CO2 regulation says about biofuels? Ignored!

Authors : Seppo Mikkonen, Neste Corporation, Finland

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Over-equipping in wind farms while maintaining grid connection power

Authors : Antonio Brito & Luís Miguel Ferreira Neves da Costa, EDP – Serviço Universal SA, Portugal

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Biomass resources available in Mexico

Authors : Ernestina Moreno Rodriguez, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico

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What is the US South’s potential to supply forest biomass sustainably and competitively to the expanding global biofuels industry?

Authors : Jacek P. Siry, Langdale Center for Forest Business, USA and Bob Izlar, Langdale Center for Forest Business, USA

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“Is the 2050 target realistic or is it dreaming?”

Authors : Alex Van den Bossche, Ghent University, Belgium

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Applications of natural protein for sustainable energy storage

Authors : W H Katie Zhong, Washington State University, USA

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WXF-New energy: A green, sustainable, waste to energy process

Authors : Xu Fei (Philip) Wu, W&Y Environmental International Inc. Canada

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Modern Biorefineries

Authors : Alex Michine, MetGen, Finland

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Multilevel engineering of microbial ethyl acetate production

Authors : Ruud A. Weusthuis, Wageningen University, Netherlands

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Biogas power plants

Authors : Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State University, USA

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Myths, realities and needs in biofuel development

Authors : Olivier Dubois, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Italy

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