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Volume 16,
Issue 1,
January 2024

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The Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy is an interdisciplinary journal covering specific areas of renewable and sustainable energy relevant to the physical science and engineering communities. The journal has a strong focus on integration of disciplines for renewable power technologies at global scales that have the potential to mitigate abrupt climate change. Since volume 12, the journal has increasingly focused on discoveries related to weather-dependent renewable generation (solar and wind).

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The Chinese government is committed to achieve the goal of “double carbon” and proposes to shift from double control of energy consumption to double control of carbon emissions. In this scenario, it ...
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