Aims & Scope
The Student Journal of Energy Research (SJER) is a multidisciplinary journal covering all aspects of energy-related research. It aims to publish high-quality student research which is peer-reviewed by students working in the field. The journal covers research in all the scientific, engineering, architectural and social science disciplines. It deals with all aspects of the energy supply-chain including: generation, transmission/distribution, supply and end-use. It accepts research dealing with energy systems’ modelling, economics, marketing, behavioural analysis, planning and management. While it has a particular focus on renewable energy technologies and integration, all energy systems are within the scope of the journal. It addresses energy in buildings, transport, industry, society, urban and rural environments, energy storage as well as issues related to energy policy.