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We represent our new information partner Journal of Environmental Earth and Еnergy Study
Since January 2019, the journal has been published in the electronic network version in the field of environmental sciences, geography, geo-energy and energy research (including RES) and publishes original articles on topical issues of geography, ecology ...
We represent our new information partner “Energy Bulletin”
The publication of the Energy Bulletin scientific journal was launched by the ISEDC (International Sustainable Energy Development Centre) in cooperation with UNESCO as an additional source of information about sustainable energy development and related issues, such as climate change mitigation, access to energy resources and forecasting.
We introduce you our new partner - “Teploenergetika”
The “Teploenergetika” journal has been published since January 1954, and since 1974 the journal has been fully translated into English under the name “Thermal Engineering”. The initiator of the creation of the journal was Academician Vladimir Alekseevich Kirillin. The journal significantly improved its performance in Scopus in 2018! The citation index of the “Thermal Engineering” journal CiteScore in 2018 was 0.67 and 0.55 in 2017.
We introduce you our new partner “Energetik”
The scientific journal "Energetik" starts from the "Herald of the Stoker", the first issue of which was published in June 1928. “The Herald of the Stoker” in May 1938 was merged with the journal “Machinist”, the new journal was named “Worker Power Engineer”. From January 1954, the journal began to appear under the current name "Energetik".
We introduce our new partner “VIESH Vestnik”
The history of the journal goes back to 1931, when G.M. Krzhizhanovsky (energy scientist, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR,) created monthly journal "Electrification of Agriculture". Since 1954, the journal has been published in the form of Collections of scientific papers and the "Bulletin of scientific and technical information on rural electrification." In total, 90 volumes of papers and 66 editions of the Bulletin were published. Since 2005, the journal began to be published under the title "Bulletin of the VIESH"