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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 19(4); December 2023
Joon-pyo Lee, Jin-suk Lee, Ji-yeon Park, Min-cheol Kim, Jae-wan Cho, Deog-keun Kim
The current mandatory domestic biodiesel blending ratio is 3.5%, which is planned to be gradually increased to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The aim of thi...
Hyeong-Gyun Ahn, Seungmin Lee, Yi-Ra Lim, Hyunjoon Kim, Jun Seok Kim
Levulinic acid (LA) derived from cellulosic biomass, serves a crucial intermediate that can be used in various chemical conversions. This study focused on optim...
Hui Su Kim, Hwi Jong Jung, Danbee Kim, Samgmin Lee, Jiye Lee, Jin-Suk Lee, Myounghoon Moon, Chang Hyun Ko, Soo Youn Lee
Emitted CO is an attractive material for microbial electrochemical CO reduction. Microbial electrochemical CO reduction (i.e., microbial electrosynthesis, MES) ...
Ji-Yeon Park, Joo Chang Park, Min-Cheol Kim, Deog-Keun Kim, Hyung-Taek Kim, Hoseob Chang, Jun Cheng, Weijuan Yang
In this study, microalgal oil was extracted from cultured in an open raceway pond and converted into biodiesel using a solid acid catalyst. Microalgal oil was ...
Subin Shin, Jae Hee Go, Myounghoon Moon, Min-Sik Kim, Mungyu Lee, In Seop Chang, Seongsoo Son, Gwon Woo Park
Global efforts are focused on achieving carbon neutrality due to the increases in the levels of greenhouse gases. Moreover, the greenhouse gases generated from ...
Methane is the second most emitted greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide. Despite lower emissions than those of carbon dioxide, methane receives significant atten...
Jongil Han, SungSoo Park, InJea Kim, Kwangho Na
The Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) model is a method of studying the flow phenomenon of fluid using a computer and finding partial differential equations th...
Donghwan Shin, Hyeongwon Lee, Hoon Jung, Joonyoung Choi, Jongyoung Jo
The necessity of energy utilization using livestock manure has been proposed with the decrease in domestic agricultural land. Livestock manure solid fuel has be...
Chan Woo Yang, Hee Jeong Kang, Sewang Oh, Ubin Do, Kwang Ho Lee, Jong Woong Choi, Yong Cho, Jong Min Choi
Only ground source heat pump units certified according to the regulations in Korea can be adopted in ground source heat pump systems. In this study, domestic an...
Seung-Ju Choe, Seung-Hoon Han
This study aimed to investigate the feasibility and potential applications of utilizing bifacial photovoltaic (PV) panels from an architectural perspective. It ...
Chang Ki Kim, Hyun-Goo Kim, Jin-Young Kim
A study was conducted to analyze data from 1981 to 2020 for understanding the impact of climate on solar energy generation. A significant increase of 104.6 kWhm...