bez-nazwy“Energy Policy Studies – English language e-edition as a tool for disseminating science” and “Energy Policy Studies – transfer of the best foreign pracities and echange of experience” – the tasks financed as part of contract 687/P-DUN/2018 with the resources of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for science promotion activity.

 

 


 

call-for-papersCALL FOR PAPERS 1(3)/2019! 30 May 2019

The Editorial Board of the new scientific journal “Energy Policy Studies” cordially invites all scientists and researchers TO SUBMIT their articles, dissertations, case studies, reviews or conference reports.

The Energy Policy Studies journal is a new field of activity of the established Ignacy Lukasiewicz Energy Policy Institute (EPI), whose mission is to support and promote actions related to the development of civic society, and to popularize science and knowledge concerning energy policy.

The aim of the creation of Energy Policy Studies is to bring together the best research undertaken by specialists, academic institutions, organizations and other units and entities functioning in the broadly understood energy industry, as well as contributing to the global discussion on energy issues.

In Energy Policy Studies we publish original and quality research, conceptual papers, and book reviews, especially on the following themes:

  • energy policy and energy security in all its aspects: politics, the economic, social, technological, material, and strategic dimensions;
  • climate policy;
  • European Union decision-making processes;
  • the energy market;
  • the power sector;
  • the common energy market;
  • coal, oil, and natural gas, and the diversification of supply;
  • energy sources, transfer distribution, and storage
  • the opportunities, challenges, and risks of energy resources;
  • renewable energy sources;
  • new technologies in the energy sector;
  • low emission transport, i.e. electromobility, gasmobility;
  • the competitive economy and potential competition advantages: automation, digitalization, and artificial intelligence in the Energy sector;
  • civic energy, i.e. energy clusters;
  • energy transformation;

and many others.

Chosen articles which appear in the prestigious Energy Policy Studies journal will be previously reviewed by respected foreign reviewers. The journal will be published online, which will be available worldwide.

Guidance about how to prepare and propose a paper can be found on the EPI website.

Please submit your paper on eps@instytutpe.pl before the deadline: 30 May 2019

If you have any further questions or require assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us on following email: eps@instytutpe.pl

 


 

epsokladka

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES

No. 1 (2) 2018
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

Download FREE EPS 1(2)/2018 [.pdf]

 

Contents:

1. Paulina Sawicka-Chudy, MSc, Eng. (ORCID), Marek Wielgosz, Eng., (ORCID), Andrzej Wal DSc, Associate Professor (ORCID), Bogumił Cieniek, MSc (ORCID), Grzegorz Wisz, DSc (ORCID), Łukasz Głowa (ORCID), Marian Cholewa, DSc, Associate Professor (ORCID), Justyna Sawicka (ORCID)
 Analysis of chemical and phase composition of copper oxide prepared by direct current sputtering for photovoltaic applications

2. Adam Masłoń, PhD, Eng., (ORCID), Marta Wójcik, PhD, Eng. (ORCID), Krzysztof Chmielowski, DSc, Eng., Associate Professor (ORCID)
 Efficient use of energy in wastewater treatment plants

3. Natalia Marciniak (ORCID), Weronika Hyjek (ORCID)
 Energy-efficient architecture, i.e. a combination of functionality and environmental aspects

4. Angelika Głuszek (ORCID), Paulina Sawicka-Chudy, MSc, Eng. (ORCID), Grzegorz Wisz, DSc (ORCID), Maciej Sibinski, DSc, Eng. (ORCID), Marian Cholewa, DSc, Associate Professor (ORCID)
 Evaluation of the quality of titanium oxide and copper oxide layers by means of optical microscopy

5. András Molnár, MSc (ORCID)
 Leaking away the future: The role of methane emission and natural gas supply chains in global warming

6. Wojciech Pospolita, MSc, Eng. (ORCID), Maciej Cholewinski, MSc, Eng. (ORCID)
– Selected issues of coal-fired power generation in terms of maintaining its high share in the future structure of electricity generation in Poland