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International Journal of Energy Production and Management, Volume 3, Issue 4

International Journal of Energy Production and Management, Volume 3, Issue 4


Print ISSN: 2056-3272


Electronic ISSN: 2056-3280

Promoting zero emissions buses programs: A study of Ekaterinburg residents’ willingness to pay

Author(s): Gabriel Pedrosa, Yulia Leontyeva & Igor Mayburov

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 253 - 265

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Further studies on the transient stability of synchronous-synchronous rotary frequency converter fed railways with low-frequency AC high-voltage transmission

Author(s): Lars Abrahamsson, John Laury & Math Bollen

Pages: 10 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 266 - 276

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Improving the efficiency of using small-distributed generation systems through mechanisms of demand management for electricity and gas

Author(s): Igor Baev, Anatoliy Dzyuba, Irina Solovyeva & Nadezhda Kuzmina

Pages: 14 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 277 - 291

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Environmental and managerial advantages of treatment plants exploiting biogas from food waste

Author(s): Marco Schiavon, Elena Cristina Rada, Lucian-Ionel Cioca, Vincenzo Torretta & Marco Ragazzi

Pages: 14 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 292 - 306

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Physical model and design rules for the optimization of solar chimney systems

Author(s): Udo Dietrich

Pages: 17 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 307 - 324

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Model for a sustainable energy transition in Spain. Case study in a district of the Basque Country

Author(s): Juan Ángel Balbás & José Alberto Eguren

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 325 - 337

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Regional goods delivery: How to reduce its CO2-, NOX- and PM10-emissions?

Author(s): Jaap M. Vleugel & Frans Bal

Pages: 9 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 338 - 347

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International Journal of Energy Production and Management

Print ISSN: 2056-3272


Electronic ISSN: 2056-3280

The Quest for Sustainable Energy

Modern societies require an ever increasing amount of energy resources, adding strain to the world economy and creating technological, as well as socio-political, challenges.

The International Journal of Energy Production and Management aims to address the issues raised above and thus act as an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners from around the globe working on a wide variety of topics related to the future of energy production and management in a changing world.