Special Issue "Innovations in Renewable Energy Technologies"


We invite contributions for the Special Issue on "Innovations in Renewable Energy Related Technologies" to the Journal of Technology Innovations and Energy. This special issue focuses on technological advancements and information and communication technology systems for more sustainable renewable energy utilization.

Energy research is getting increasingly difficult since sustainability issues must be addressed. Reduced air pollution, waste, traditional energy, and expenses are required to generate more and more sustainable energy production, distribution, and usage systems. As a result, researchers and designers from several domains are working on these difficulties to discover more practical and cost-effective solutions, both at the system and component levels.

Smart grids are an example of this holistic approach, in which technological, environmental, and economic factors must all be considered in order to improve the system. There are numerous examples that can be used at the component level, ranging from novel energy carriers to storage technologies and IoT applied to converters and loads.

This Special Issue aims to make an impact by highlighting all advancements in renewable energy to generate, convert, distribute, store, and use power. The following topics are included but not limited to;



  • Solutions and techniques for renewable energy generation, conversion, distribution, storage, and use;
  • Renewable energy value chains;
  • New energy carriers;
  • Optimization methods for designing smart grids;
  • Methods for innovative optimized strategies and algorithms to manage, control, and maintain smart energy systems;
  • Innovative IT solutions for renewable energy systems;
  • Big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to design, simulate, manage, and diagnose;
  • Life cycle assessment of innovative renewable energy solutions for electrical distribution.
  • Numerical modeling of smart grids and their components;
  • Development of innovative power converters;
  • Development of new sensors, sensing techniques, and sensor concepts;