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International Journal of Energy Production and Management, Volume 5, Issue 4

International Journal of Energy Production and Management, Volume 5, Issue 4


Print ISSN: 2056-3272


Electronic ISSN: 2056-3280

Evaluating the performance of PV modules in buildings (BIPV/BAPV) and the soiling effect in the UAE desert setting

Author(s): Edwin Rodriguez-Ubinas, Mohamed Alantali, Sarah Alzarouni & Noura Alhammadi

Pages: 8 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 293 - 301

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Experimental and computational studies of circulating fluidized bed

Author(s): Ali Moradi, Nastaran Ahmadpour Samani, Masih Mojarrad, Mohammad Sharfuddin, Janitha c. Bandara & Britt M. E. Moldestad

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 302 - 313

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An approach to achieve thermal comfort and save energy in heritage buildings using different operating patterns

Author(s): Rehab M. Ahmad, Zeyad El-Sayed, Dina Taha, Hassan Fath & Hatem Mahmoud

Pages: 13 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 314 - 327

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Co-heating test as a tool for reduction of energy performance gap in buildings

Author(s): Hrvoje Krstić & Mihaela Domazetović

Pages: 13 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 328 - 341

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Competitive development of energy cogeneration systems in conditions of economic imbalances

Author(s): Alexey Domnikov, Mikhail Khodorovsky & Liudmila Domnikova

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 342 - 354

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Urban–industrial symbiosis to support sustainable energy transition

Author(s): Maria Angela Butturi & Rita Gamberini

Pages: 11 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 355 - 366

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Electrification in Industrial Revolution 4.0

Author(s): Lazar D. Gitelman & Mikhail V. Kozhevnikov

Pages: 12 Price: Free (open access)

Page Range: 367 - 379

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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.