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Guide for article submission to any special issue hosted by 2019 E2S2-CREATE and AIChE WMC

1.All registered participants to 2019 E2S2-CREATE and AIChE WMC are eligible to submit their manuscript(s) to relevant special issue(s).
2.Each paper should be submitted with cover letter containing the scanned image of "Registration certificate or Registration receipt" issued by 2019 E2S2-CREATE and AIChE WMC conference committee.
3.All submitted manuscripts are to undergo stringent, double-blind, and external peer review that has been established by the review guideline of each journal.
4.The topic of manuscript should comply with the scope of each special (or topical) issue.
5.For more information about the topic, please contact to Guest Editors, DIRECTLY.

Applied Energy provides a forum for information on innovation, research, development and demonstration in the areas of energy conversion and conservation, the optimal use of energy resources, analysis and optimization of energy processes, mitigation of environmental pollutants, and sustainable energy systems.

Guest Editors

 

 

 

Chi-Hwa Wang

Yong Sik Ok

National University of Singapore

Korea University

Singapore

Korea

Xiaonan Wang

Siming You

National University of Singapore

University of Glasgow

Singapore

UK

Introduction

 

 

 

The SI topic is about waste-to-hydrogen (WtH) new development and direction. Hydrogen is one of the most promising alternatives of fossil fuel for greenhouse gas emission reduction in view of the abundance and availability of its production sources like biomass and water. Solid waste and waste water are potential sources for hydrogen production, which has an additional benefit of improved waste management practice. This special issue will focus on the novel development of waste-to-hydrogen technologies, methods and systems, and the economic and environmental impacts of WtH. Specifically, we will consider:

1. New development of state-of-the-art WtH technologies and methods.

2. Cost-benefit analysis and life cycle assessment of relevant WtH systems and applications.

3. Environmental impacts of WtH on both local and global scales.

4. Hybrid system design for WtH and electric vehicle transportation.

5. Fundamental researches on the use of biochar to improve the energy efficiency and selectivity of hydrogen production processes.

6. Perspective/review of the current status of WtH technologies and systems and future directions.

 



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