Integrated approaches in energy, water and environmental systems can improve the climate change reduction process. New scientific developments and advancements have provided numerous opportunities in the comprehensive human progress direction. In this regard, we have reviewed the 16th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems presented in this editorial. Examining recent scientific developments, eight research articles on this special issue are related to eight main topics. The solar energy technology and storage section reviewed the first four articles. These articles include topics such as: 1) advanced technologies to form a new TT PS-TIM window system for adaptive daylight control and advanced thermal insulation combination, 2) using experimental data for field testing located in an area with Mediterranean climate conditions, of newly installed FPVS in these areas, 3) possibilities described in short rotation of willow type and energy crop Miscanthus cultivation dedicated to former coal mining areas, 4) using solar and geothermal energy with boiling water purification and reverse osmosis. Furthermore, the following four articles are reviewed in the energy management systems section. These articles include topics such as, 5) deep analysis of facial expression and eye tracking using samples of non-expert participants to determine emotions caused by electricity consumption graphs in different time scales, 6) studying the electric vehicles (EVs) main life cycle activities using an exploratory survey and their potential inequities, 7) the biodiesel fuel production from waste sardine fish oil using methanol, ethanol or isopropanol and a solid heterogeneous catalyst prepared using eggshell and copper oxide [CaCu(OCH3)2] is analyzed. Finally, 8) biotechnology microalgae have been studied in 70-litre vertical photobioreactors that use unsupplemented secondary brewery wastewater as growth media using two collecting cells mechanically methods under hydrothermal (autohydrolysis) and dilute acid hydrolysis.

Climate change mitigation by means of sustainable development of energy, water and environment systems / Astiaso Garcia, D.; Dionysis, G.; Raskovic, P.; Duic, N.; Al-Nimr, M. A.. - In: ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT. X. - ISSN 2590-1745. - 17:(2023), p. 100335. [10.1016/j.ecmx.2022.100335]

Climate change mitigation by means of sustainable development of energy, water and environment systems

Astiaso Garcia D.;
2023

Abstract

Integrated approaches in energy, water and environmental systems can improve the climate change reduction process. New scientific developments and advancements have provided numerous opportunities in the comprehensive human progress direction. In this regard, we have reviewed the 16th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems presented in this editorial. Examining recent scientific developments, eight research articles on this special issue are related to eight main topics. The solar energy technology and storage section reviewed the first four articles. These articles include topics such as: 1) advanced technologies to form a new TT PS-TIM window system for adaptive daylight control and advanced thermal insulation combination, 2) using experimental data for field testing located in an area with Mediterranean climate conditions, of newly installed FPVS in these areas, 3) possibilities described in short rotation of willow type and energy crop Miscanthus cultivation dedicated to former coal mining areas, 4) using solar and geothermal energy with boiling water purification and reverse osmosis. Furthermore, the following four articles are reviewed in the energy management systems section. These articles include topics such as, 5) deep analysis of facial expression and eye tracking using samples of non-expert participants to determine emotions caused by electricity consumption graphs in different time scales, 6) studying the electric vehicles (EVs) main life cycle activities using an exploratory survey and their potential inequities, 7) the biodiesel fuel production from waste sardine fish oil using methanol, ethanol or isopropanol and a solid heterogeneous catalyst prepared using eggshell and copper oxide [CaCu(OCH3)2] is analyzed. Finally, 8) biotechnology microalgae have been studied in 70-litre vertical photobioreactors that use unsupplemented secondary brewery wastewater as growth media using two collecting cells mechanically methods under hydrothermal (autohydrolysis) and dilute acid hydrolysis.
2023
Environment; Renewable energy assessment; Sustainable development; System flexibility; Water
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Climate change mitigation by means of sustainable development of energy, water and environment systems / Astiaso Garcia, D.; Dionysis, G.; Raskovic, P.; Duic, N.; Al-Nimr, M. A.. - In: ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT. X. - ISSN 2590-1745. - 17:(2023), p. 100335. [10.1016/j.ecmx.2022.100335]
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