Special issue of Energies
We invite you to publish your research results in the upcoming special issue of Energies: “Advances in Greenhouse Gas Emission Mitigation in Times of Global Energy Crisis”. The guest editors of the special issue issue are: Dr. Maksymilian Kochański and Prof. Maciej Sibinski.
Context and scope of the special issue:
Following the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, a series of dramatic disruptions have taken place in energy systems around the world. In the Middle East, oil production has significantly decreased. In Asia, Europe, and the Americas, unprecedented heat waves have caused increased volatility in energy supply and demand. In Europe, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has exposed the painful consequences of the EU’s long-term reliance on imported fossil fuels.
At the same time, the global climate crisis has not disappeared. On the contrary, effective technological, economic, and political responses to climate change remain a top priority for all countries that are part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. However, it is not fully clear whether the global energy crisis (e.g., increasing fuel prices and lowered energy demand) will accelerate or inhibit greenhouse gas emission mitigation.
In this context, the Special Issue of Energies on “Advances in Greenhouse Gas Emission Mitigation in Times of Global Energy Crisis” is seeking original research studies that include, but are not limited to, the following topics:
- New developments in the decrease in the energy demand in the built environment in the short term;
- New low-emission mobility solutions, allowing for rapid improvements in sustainable movement of passengers and freight;
- New technologies for the fast decarbonization of energy-intensive industries.
More information on the special issue is available on the publisher's website (MDPI).