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Asia Pacific Journal of Energy and Environment

Asian Business Consortium
21-09-06, TMN Bukit Angkasa,
Off Pantai Dalam,
59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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The Asia Pacific Journal of Energy and Environment (APJEE) is an international blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes theoretical, experimental and applied outcome in the science, engineering and policy aspects of sustainable energy and environment. The journal aims to endow with a multidisciplinary and international forum for the broadcasting of the latest high-quality research fallout, particularly those related to or with implications for the Asian Pacific region.

APJEE in print quarterly to make available an enduring documentation of achievements allied to energy and the environment. The scope of the journal includes:
Energy -- Renewable energy, solar thermal applications, biomass, wind energy, energy management and conservation in industrial processes and buildings, energy planning and policy, energy standards, energy consumption development, combustion, heat exchangers, cogeneration, rural energy, and other energy related topics.
Environment -- Bioenergy processes and utilisation, pollution prevention, waste water treatment, marine and freshwater thermal pollution, landfill and radioactive wastes, greenhouse gases, environmental impact, organic and inorganic environment associated topics.

Asia Pacific Journal of Energy and Environment
Review Process: Double blind peer-review
Frequency: 3 issues per year
APJEE is published 3 times per year in February, June and October.

ISSN 2312-282X (Online)
ISSN 2312-2005 (Print)

Journal publishes original papers in Energy and Environment in general. To be publishable, papers must treat new research, be well written, and be of interest to a significant segment of the science community.
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