Virtual special issue on business and finance in energy storage and saving

Published 28 July, 2022


Renewable energy investments play a very important role in reducing carbon emissions, along with our reliance on traditional energy sources. As a result, countries are increasing their focus on this area. However, renewable energy investments also have some disadvantages. For example, project costs are quite high compared to fossil fuel projects, a factor that can make investors think twice. In addition, renewable energy projects can be adversely affected by climatic conditions; for example, solar panels are dependent on sunlight.  As a result, the ability to store any excess renewable energy generated is crucial, although it comes with extra costs.  In this context, studies to reduce the costs of energy storage in renewable energy projects are of vital importance.

Topics covered:

These include, but are not limited to:

  • New generation investment policies for energy storage and saving
  • Business strategies for energy storageand saving
  • Understanding customer expectations for energy storage and saving
  • Cost strategies for renewables
  • The competitive market environment in energy storage and saving
  • Organisational skills involved in energy investments
  • Innovative thinking and new service/product development for energy storage and saving

Important deadlines:

Submission deadline: 31 December 2022

Submission instructions:

Please read the Guide for Authors before submitting. All articles should be submitted online; please select VSI: Business and finance in energy storage and saving on submission.

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Questions should be emailed to the editing team at

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