The journal Advanced Energy Materials has published a Special Issue titled, “Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage”, which is guest edited by Prof. Rose Amal (University of New South Wales, Australia), Prof. Huijun Zhao (Griffith University, Australia), Prof. Dan Wang (IPE-CAS, China) and Prof. Lianzhou Wang (University of Queensland, Australia).
The Special Issue comprises of 26 review-type articles that highlight the recent progress made in the field of energy conversion and storage in a renewable manner.
The guest editors are optimistic that sustained and dedicated research effort in such a promising area will provide transformative approaches to produce advanced energy materials and highly sustainable renewable energy conversion and storage devices, and to address the grand energy crisis challenge we are now facing.
For access to all the articles in this Special Issue can be found here.
The follow three articles are highlighted as covers of the Special Issue:
Recent Progress in the Applications of Vanadium-Based Oxides on Energy Storage: from Low-Dimensional Nanomaterials Synthesis to 3D Micro/Nano-Structures and Free-Standing Electrodes Fabrication by Pengcheng Liu, Kongjun Zhu, Yanfeng Gao, Hongjie Luo and Li Lu
Hierarchical Nanostructures: Design for Sustainable Water Splitting by Ming Fang, Guofa Dong, Renjie Wei and Johnny C. Ho
Semiconducting Metal Oxide Nanostructures for Water Splitting and Photovoltaics by Isabella Concina, Zafar Hussain Ibupoto and Alberto Vomiero