Materials Reports: Energy

Open access

ISSN: 2666-9358

Materials Reports: Energy

Open access

Materials Reports: Energy (MRE), launched in 2021, is part of the Materials Reports journal series. This peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, open access journal deals with the critical challenges that e...

Materials Reports: Energy (MRE), launched in 2021, is part of the Materials Reports journal series. This peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, open access journal deals with the critical challenges that energy and environment pose to the modern world.

MRE is dedicated to promoting research upon various innovative and high-tech materials involved in the entire spectrum of energy-related technologies, devices or systems. It publishes impactful and insightful ideas, as well as discoveries and views. The journal welcomes submissions on all fundamental and applied aspects of new energy materials, including synthesis, processing, structure, composition, properties, performance and adaptability.

The journal has Professor Changming Li — an experienced and well-known Editor-in-Chief — at the helm, and is guided by a strong editorial board of outstanding researchers in the field. Together they seek to ensure MRE provides an international forum that connects all scientists, engineers and young scholars active at the frontiers of energy materials research. It also brings wide visibility and promptness to its accepted papers by adopting a fast, online and open access publication scheme.

The scope of MRE covers most of the key materials used for energy harvesting, storage and conversion, with a particular interest in materials studies that advance the development of green and sustainable energy utilization. Technological topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Materials in batteries and supercapacitors
  • Materials in fuel cells
  • Materials in photovoltaic devices
  • Materials for hydrogen and solar fuels generation
  • Photocatalysts and electrocatalysts for energy
  • Materials in solar thermal power and solar desalination
  • Thermoelectric materials
  • Materials for nuclear power generation
  • Materials for energy conservation

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Catalytic applications of single-atom metal-anchored hydroxides: Recent advances and perspective

Dynamic coordination structure evolutions of atomically dispersed metal catalysts for electrocatalytic reactions

Designing single-atom catalysts toward improved alkaline hydrogen evolution reaction

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1. Review and perspective of materials for flexible solar cells

2. MXenes with applications in supercapacitors and secondary batteries: A comprehensive review

3. Copper foam-derived electrodes as efficient electrocatalysts for conventional and hybrid water electrolysis

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Call for Papers

CO2 Reductions to Fuels/Carbon Feedstocks via Photo-/Thermo-/Electro-catalytic Processes and Metal-CO2 Batteries

Submission deadline: 10 November 2022

Special issue on hydrogen fuel cells and advanced hydrogen generation, storage and distribution

Submission deadline: 15 August 2022

Special issue on MXenes for energy conversion and storage

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