Journal of Renewable Energy and Environment (JREE) is an international scholarly refereed research journal that aims to promote scientific, technological, legal, socio-economic, and policy aspects of renewable energy and environmental issues. The objectives of JREE are two-fold: (a) to disseminate research articles for further research, reference, and teaching purposes by students, researchers, academics, and industrialists and (b) to address the growing need of societies for professionals, engineers, technicians, and policy-makers who can apply best management practices drawn from various inter-disciplines, which may create a sustainable future. 



Journal of Renewable Energy and Environment (JREE) covers appropriate disciplines of renewable energy and environmental issues and publishes original research papers, review papers, short research notes, and also short technical notes. 

Typical areas of interest will include the following:

I. Renewable Energy Resources and Technologies 

Biomass and Bioenergy
Solar Energy
Wind Energy
Geothermal Energy
Hydropower Energy

Hybrid renewable energy systems 

Other renewable energy (Fuel cells, hydrogen, batteries....)


II. Advanced Energy Technologies

 Fuel cells

Hydrogen energy
Energy storage technologies
Micro- and nano-technologies
Smart grid
Thermal energy storage
Hybrid systems
Clean technologies
Other novel energy technologies


III. Renewable Energy Economics, Policies and Planning

 Sustainable development

Planning, monitoring, and evaluation

Institutional, regulations and legal issues

Capacity building and dissemination


Scenarios and Forecasting

Finance and investment

Supply/demand analysis

Subsidies and incentives

GDP vs. emission reduction

Security issues

Economic issues


IV. Environmental Impacts and Sustainability

 Environmental impacts of energy systems

Environmental management

Environmental impact assessment

Emission control

Carbon trading

Climate change mitigation technologies

Carbon capture and storage (CCS)

Life cycle assessments (LCA)

Risk assessment