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The journal, New & Renewable Energy is the official journal of Korean Society for New and Renewable Energy (KSNRE). It is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December each year. Abbreviated title is โNew. Renew. Energyโ It was launched in March, 2005, and it has been indexed in KCI (Korea Citation Index) since 2015.
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Volume 17(2); June 2021
Yungjoon Lee, Soojin Park, Yongbeum Yoon
We estimated the price range of electricity transactions under the prosumer system, considering the spread of renewable energy and the prospect of introducing a...
Hyunji Im, Seonggwon Yun, Taehwan Yoon, Yunsoung Kim
In Korea, various community investment renewable project models are being implemented to increase community acceptance of renewable energy. An important factor ...
Jaeun Kim, Matheus Rabelo, Markus Holz, Eun-Chel Cho, Junsin Yi
Renewable energy has become more popular with the increase in the use of solar power. Consequently, the disposal of defective and old solar panels is gradually ...
Se-Eun Ban, Yoon Park, Sung-Cho Yi, Ye-Eun Lim, Jae-Won Lee
The optimal conditions for producing levulinic acid from office waste paper were investigated. Glucose was produced by enzymatic hydrolysis and its yield maximi...
Haneol Kim, Jongkyu Kim
This paper explains the development process of methane decomposition to hydrogen and carbon black using solar thermal energy. It also demonstrates the advantage...
Sungmin Kim, Young-Jun Sohn, Seunghee Woo, Seok-Hee Park, Namgee Jung, Sung-Dae Yim
We proposed an MEA development methodology that accurately measures intrinsic MEA performance while considering the uneven reaction environments formed inside a...