Energy & Environmental Science

Energy & Environmental Science is a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing original (primary) research and review articles, the journal publishes work of an interdisciplinary nature in the (bio)chemical and (bio)physical sciences and chemical engineering disciplines. Energy & Environmental Science is published monthly by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), a not-for-profit publisher.

Publisher
Royal Society of Chemistry
Website
http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/EE/index.asp
Impact factor
9.61 (2011)
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Energy & Green Tech

A strategy to fabricate kesterite solar cells with a 13% efficiency

Kesterite (Cu2ZnSnS4, CZTS) is a sulfide mineral with a unique lattice structure that can be considered as derived from chalcopyrite CuInSe2 (CIS) by substituting two atoms of In3+ in the chalcopyrite by one atom of Zn2+ ...

Business

Industry incentives create greener crypto mining

In the wake of a new White House report on the climate implications of energy-hogging cryptocurrency mining, Cornell Engineering research suggests that providing green policy incentives for carbon capture and renewable energy ...

Energy & Green Tech

Soaking up the sun with artificial intelligence

The sun continuously transmits trillions of watts of energy to the Earth. It will be doing so for billions more years. Yet, we have only just begun tapping into that abundant, renewable source of energy at affordable cost.

Energy & Green Tech

Core technology for aqueous zinc batteries

Most energy storage systems (ESSs) have recently adopted lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), with the highest technology maturity among secondary batteries. However, these are argued to be unsuitable for ESSs, which store substantial ...

Energy & Green Tech

Flexible all-perovskite tandem solar cells with a 24.7% efficiency

Lightweight and flexible perovskites are highly promising materials for the fabrication of photovoltaics. So far, however, their highest reported efficiencies have been around 20%, which is considerably lower than those of ...

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