Launched in 2009, Energy Procedia is focused on publishing high-quality conference proceedings across the energy field.
Energy Procedia enables the fast dissemination of conference papers in dedicated online proceedings volumes made available on ScienceDirect, accessible to millions of researchers worldwide. The proceedings series is indexed in Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
Energy Procedia provides the energy research community with a fast and flexible route to the publication of research presented at leading scientific conferences spanning the field of energy science, technology and engineering. Conference proceedings are only accepted for publication in Energy Procedia after a full assessment from the editorial team. All papers must be original, and peer-review is mandatory.

What can Energy Procedia offer authors and conference organizers?
Accepted proceedings are published on ScienceDirect within 3 months of receipt of the final manuscripts. Organizers are also welcome to order print issues, CDs and USBs. There is no limit to the number of articles an issue can contain.Conference organizers and their Guest Editor(s) are fully credited with their issue and are responsible for quality control, the review process, and the content of individual conference papers.Templates will be provided to assist authors in preparing for publication, and the final online articles contain linked references, XML versions and DOI numbers.

Is the journal Open Access?
Publishing your proceedings Open Access in Energy Procedia means that articles will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download. The conference is responsible for the cost of publication. The cost for Open Access is set at US$125 per article.

If you are a conference organizer interested in publishing your conference proceedings in the journal, please complete the proposal template and email it to:
Steve Barrett
Publisher: Energy Procedia
s.barrett@elsevier.com

Editorial board

Advisory Editor

  • Jinyue Yan
    Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Malardalen University (MDU), Sweden