• Vol. 2 No. 1 (2024)

    Effective moisture management and cooling materials play a vital role in enhancing the overall efficiency and reliability of clean energy systems, thereby supporting the advancement of sustainable energy solutions. This issue focuses on research in solar panels, energy storage devices, and thermal management systems in clean energy technologies, aiming to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the latest developments in energy efficiency and their implications for sustainable energy practices.

  • Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023)

    The relationship between carbon dioxide and Clean Energy Science and Technology lies in the development and utilization of innovative technologies and materials aimed at mitigating carbon dioxide emissions, capturing carbon dioxide from various sources, and utilizing carbon dioxide in sustainable energy applications. This issue includes research on direct air capture of CO2, utilization of flue gas CO2 for microalgae, transcritical carbon dioxide heat pumps, and supercritical hydrothermal combustion, all of which are focused on addressing carbon dioxide emissions and exploring its potential in clean energy technologies. These efforts contribute to the advancement of sustainable energy solutions and environmental sustainability within the realm of Clean Energy Science and Technology.

  • Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023)

    The development and integration of efficient battery technology and power generation systems are essential for the advancement of clean energy science and technology, as they enable the widespread adoption of sustainable energy solutions and the reduction of reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, power generation systems, particularly those based on renewable energy sources, are central to the advancement of clean energy. 

    2023 Volume 1, Issue 1 has 7 articles online, including two editorials, one original research article, three review articles, and one perspective. The authors are from five countries: China, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, the United States and Tunisia. This issue offers readers fresh insights into the pivotal role of advanced battery technology and power generation systems in driving the transition toward sustainable and environmentally friendly energy practices.