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  1. This study gives a thorough analysis on the wind energy potential in Dhaka, Bangladesh, utilizing data from NASA Power's remote sensing tools and weather data from the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD...

    Authors: Mohammad Liton Hossain, S. M. Nasif Shams and Saeed Mahmud Ullah
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:14
  2. Expanding floating wind into new markets could support emission reduction targets in several national contexts. It furthers the need for adequate assessments to gain a full understanding of the technology’s po...

    Authors: Kubiat Umoh, Abbas Hasan, Amangeldi Kenjegaliev and Ayman Al-Qattan
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:12
  3. Nigeria, a country rich in renewable sources still heavily relies on nonrenewable energy, of which the government’s on-grid supply remains inadequate, and generally of poor services. This study, therefore, inv...

    Authors: David Oluseun Olayungbo, Ayodele Adekunle Faiyetole and Adenike Anike Olayungbo
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:11
  4. Hydrogen serves as a renewable, clean energy carrier, and the critical development of technologies for safer and simpler storage and transportation is imperative for addressing global warming. There is also a ...

    Authors: Seo Ono, Dines Chandra Santra, Ryoichi Kanega and Hajime Kawanami
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:9
  5. To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, low-income sub-Saharan African countries urgently need to electrify. Biogas production from anaerobic digestion could make a contribution to a solution to ...

    Authors: Thomas Robin and Ehiaze Ehimen
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:8
  6. This study examines the short- and long-term impacts of various factors on the volatility and price of electricity in Cameroon, including hydroelectric power generation, economic growth, energy demand, and exc...

    Authors: Etienne Bienvenu Akono and Vatis Christian Kemezang
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:7
  7. Solar energy has emerged as a pivotal player in the transition towards sustainable and renewable power sources. However, the efficiency and longevity of solar cells, the cornerstone of harnessing this abundant...

    Authors: Lina M. Shaker, Ahmed A. Al-Amiery, Mahdi M. Hanoon, Waleed K. Al-Azzawi and Abdul Amir H. Kadhum
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:6
  8. The challenge of predicting wind speeds to facilitate site selection and the consistent operation of wind power plants in coastal regions is a global concern. The output of wind turbines is subject to fluctuat...

    Authors: Tajrian Mollick, Galib Hashmi and Saifur Rahman Sabuj
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:5
  9. Energy systems (ES) are seriously affected by climate variability since energy demand and supply are dependent on atmospheric conditions at several time scales and by the impact of severe extreme weather event...

    Authors: Ana C. R. Gonçalves, Xurxo Costoya, Raquel Nieto and Margarida L. R. Liberato
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:4
  10. Anaerobic digestion (AD) of microbial biomass has proven to be a significant breakthrough technique in producing biogas rich in methane. The quantity of biogas obtained by anaerobic digestion processes varies ...

    Authors: C. Tintu Mary, K. Swarnalatha and S. J. Harishma
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:3
  11. This study presents a meticulous examination of the solar energy potential of five selected metropolitan cities (Abakaliki, Awka, Enugu, Owerri, and Umuahia) in Eastern part of Nigeria using deep learning algo...

    Authors: Samuel Ikemba, Kim Song-hyun, Temiloluwa O Scott, Daniel R. E. Ewim, Sogo M. Abolarin and Akeeb Adepoju Fawole
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:2
  12. The thermal flat plate solar collector (FPSC) is a versatile solar harvesting system that may be integrated into various designs and base fluids. This study presents a novel investigation of using nanofluids t...

    Authors: Kaniz Farhana, Abu Shadate Faisal Mahamude, Kumaran Kadirgama and Rajan Jose
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2024 11:1
  13. The application of a standalone photovoltaic (PV) system for water pumping has increased nowadays in remote areas of developing countries due to proven economic feasibility compared to other traditional altern...

    Authors: Fathy A. Syam and Osama M. Arafa
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:22
  14. This work is executed to predict the variation in global temperature and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions resulting from climate change and global warming, taking into consideration the natural climate cycle. A ...

    Authors: Ahmad Hamdan, Ahmed Al-Salaymeh, Issah M. AlHamad, Samuel Ikemba and Daniel Raphael Ejike Ewim
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:21
  15. This study investigates the cost–benefit analysis and financial viability of biogas plant investment in South Ethiopia. A multi-stage sampling technique was employed to select sample households. A total of 105...

    Authors: Tale Geddafa, Yoseph Melka and Getachew Sime
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:20
  16. This paper compares the sensitivities and accuracies of four different optoelectronic transducers in measuring solar irradiance for the fabrication of portable and low-cost pyranometers. Trans-impedance condit...

    Authors: Olubunmi O. Onatoyinbo, Alexander A. Willoughby, Ayodele O. Soge and Oluropo F. Dairo
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:19
  17. The current study complements a broader body of research on solar distillation, including research on heat recycling capabilities and other related factors in multistage solar distillation systems. Solar still...

    Authors: Mfanafuthi Mthandeni Mkhize and Velaphi Msomi
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:18
  18. Wood pellets have gained global attention due to their economic availability and increasing demand for bioenergy as part of sustainable energy solutions. Management of the wood pellet supply chains, from feeds...

    Authors: Zahra Vazifeh, Fereshteh Mafakheri, Chunjiang An and Farid Bensebaa
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:17
  19. This study investigates the asymmetric impact of oil price (OP) on the ecological footprint (EF) in the major oil-producing African countries over the period 1988–2018. Results from the dynamic seemingly unrel...

    Authors: Adewale Samuel Hassan and David Mhlanga
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:16
  20. Modern offshore and onshore green energy engineering includes energy harvesting—as a result, extensive experimental investigations, as well as safety and reliability analysis are crucial for design and enginee...

    Authors: Oleg Gaidai, Vladimir Yakimov, Fang Wang, Yihan Xing and Fuxi Zhang
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:15
  21. Renewable energy sources like sun and wind are intermittent, hence a hybrid system incorporating them is necessary. However, certain systems are more cost-effective and efficient than others, and they are not ...

    Authors: Bello-Pierre Ngoussandou, Nicodem Nisso, Dieudonné Kaoga Kidmo, E. Sreelatha, Yosef Berhan Jember, Sima Das and Kitmo
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:14
  22. The International Renewable Energy Agency predicts that with current national policies, targets and energy plans, global renewable energy shares are expected to reach 36% and 3400 GWh of stationary energy stor...

    Authors: Ernest Hiong Yew Moa and Yun Ii Go
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:13
  23. Solar power on Earth is characterized by its intermittent nature, limiting its practical application to peak loads only. However, this limitation can be overcome by implementing a concept known as Satellite So...

    Authors: Prasad Rathod, Abdullah Al Mahamud and Utkarsh Talele
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:12
  24. The naturally occurring heat inside the earth is renewable and sustainable and is known as geothermal energy. It is a renewable energy source that may be used in various applications, including milk pasteuriza...

    Authors: Namrata Bist, Parth Vaghela, Tanisha Kumar, Vaishnavi Pandey, Dharmesh Morabiya, Sourav Santara, Rohit Pawar, Roshni Kumari, Kriti Yadav and Anirbid Sircar
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:9
  25. Globally, the construction industry is experiencing an increase in energy demand, which has significant environmental and economic repercussions. To address these issues, it is now possible for buildings, vehi...

    Authors: Mohammad Amin Mirjalili, Alireza Aslani, Rahim Zahedi and Mohammad Soleimani
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:8
  26. Among the Concentrated Solar Collector (CSC) technologies, Parabolic Trough Collector (PTC) is the most mature and commercialized CSC technology today. Currently, solar PTC technology is mainly used for electr...

    Authors: Philip O. O. Akello, Churchil O. Saoke, Joseph N. Kamau and Jared O. H. Ndeda
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:7
  27. One of the biggest causes of worldwide environmental pollution is conventional fossil fuel-based electricity generation. The need for cleaner and more sustainable energy sources to produce power is growing as ...

    Authors: Feroz Shaik, Syam Sundar Lingala and Punnaiah Veeraboina
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:6
  28. Wind potential estimation is generally evaluated using two-parameter (k, c) Weibull distribution. Root Mean Square Error (RMSE), Coefficient of Determination (R2) and Relative Error (RE) are computed in order to ...

    Authors: Abdoul Aziz, David Tsuanyo, Jl Nsouandele, Inouss Mamate, Ruben Mouangue and Patrice Elé Abiama
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:5
  29. While desalination of water is energy intensive, traditional use of fossil fuels makes it not only costly, but also unsustainable and environmentally unfriendly; utilization of solar energy for desalination is...

    Authors: Alireza Baghizade, Farshad Farahbod and Omid Alizadeh
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:4
  30. Hydropower plants are among the most efficient and reliable renewable energy systems in the world as far as electricity production is concerned. Run-of-river hydropower plants seem more attractive than convent...

    Authors: David Tsuanyo, Boris Amougou, Abdoul Aziz, Bernadette Nka Nnomo, Davide Fioriti and Joseph Kenfack
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:3
  31. Hot water supply is a daily necessity for various purposes ranging from industrial to domestic usage. However, the availability of hot water supply is dependent on reliable energy systems to heat the water. Th...

    Authors: Zamavangeli Mdletshe, Velaphi Msomi and Ouassini Nemraoui
    Citation: Sustainable Energy Research 2023 10:2
  32. For the last 20 years, solar collectors have been developing rapidly in the use of energy in buildings. Under experimental conditions, the solar energy utilization efficiency (SEUE) of flat plate solar collect...

    Authors: Shubo Xiao, Ying Zhang, Kuiming Xia and Jibo Long
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2022 9:2
  33. Texas has seen a rapid decline in coal use in recent years, but still burns more coal and emits more carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide than any other state. Coal’s share of power generation in the Electric Rel...

    Authors: Richard Morse, Sarah Salvatore, Joanna H. Slusarewicz and Daniel S. Cohan
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2022 9:1
  34. Integrating different energy resources, like solar PV, wind, and hydro is used to ensure reliable power to the rural community loads. Hybrid power system offers sufficient power supply for the rural villages b...

    Authors: Abraham Hizkiel Nebey
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2021 8:4
  35. Solar collector (SC) technology has proved promising applications in heating, desalination, refrigeration of water, etc. Thermal performance (TP) of Heat Pipe (HP) improves by combining the various profiled ab...

    Authors: Mohammed Yunus and Mohammad S. Alsoufi
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2021 8:1
  36. The use of wind energy worldwide has overgrown in recent years to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Wind power is free, but the installation and maintenance of wind turbines remain very costly. The size of the ...

    Authors: Yassine Charabi and Sabah Abdul-Wahab
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2020 7:5

    The Correction to this article has been published in Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2021 8:2

  37. Currently, the nine islands of the Autonomous Region of the Azores have fossil fuel-fired power stations as the main source of electric power. Each island has an independent electrical system classified as an ...

    Authors: Inês Melo, João Paulo Neto Torres, Carlos Alberto Ferreira Fernandes and Ricardo A. Marques Lameirinhas
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2020 7:4
  38. The traditional vegetable drying (open-air/sun drying) method of harvesting of tomato, potato and onion in the Fogera District in Amhara regional state, Ethiopia, leads to loss of product, reduction in the qua...

    Authors: Yihun Tefera Sintie and Gebrie Teshome Aduye
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2020 7:3
  39. For clean hydropower generation while sustaining ecosystems, minimizing harmful impacts and balancing multiple water needs is an integral component. One particularly harmful effect not managed explicitly by hy...

    Authors: Shahryar Khalique Ahmad and Faisal Hossain
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2020 7:2
  40. The electrode plays an important role in dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs). Preparation of the electrode should be simple and should result in high performance of its DSSC. We herein demonstrated high-perform...

    Authors: Kongsak Pattarith and Yonrapach Areerob
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2020 7:1
  41. A novel genetically themed hierarchical algorithm (GTHA) has been investigated to design Fresnel lens solar concentrators that match with the distinct energy input and spatial geometry of various thermal appli...

    Authors: Hassan Qandil, Shuping Wang and Weihuan Zhao
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2019 6:3
  42. Distributed generations (DGs) are small generating plants which are connected to consumers in distribution systems to improve the voltage profile, stability improvement, reduction in power losses and economic ...

    Authors: C. Hari Prasad, K. Subbaramaiah and P. Sujatha
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2019 6:2

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