Aims and Scope

Nanotechnology and Energy Efficiency (NEE) (ISSN: pending) is a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to advancing research and promoting innovation at the intersection of nanotechnology and energy efficiency. The primary aim of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists, engineers, researchers, and policymakers to exchange knowledge, share groundbreaking discoveries, and contribute to the development of sustainable and efficient energy solutions through the application of nanotechnology.

The overarching aim of Nanotechnology and Energy Efficiency is to address the pressing global challenge of energy sustainability by harnessing the transformative potential of nanotechnology. Our primary objectives include:
1. Advancing Scientific Understanding
2. Fostering Innovation
3. Promoting Multidisciplinary Collaboration
4. Informing Policy and Industry

Nanotechnology and Energy Efficiency welcomes contributions in the following areas, but not limited to:
1. Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
2. Energy Conversion and Storage
3. Energy Conservation and Management
4. Renewable Energy Technologies
5. Nanotechnology in Energy Transmission
6. Environmental Impacts
7. Policy and Socioeconomic Considerations

Nanotechnology and Energy Efficiency is committed to maintaining the highest standards of scientific rigor and ethical conduct. We invite original research articles, reviews, perspectives, and policy analyses from experts worldwide. Our journal strives to be an indispensable resource for researchers and professionals dedicated to addressing the global energy challenge through the transformative power of nanotechnology. Together, we aim to create a more sustainable and energy-efficient future for all.