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Energy & Environmental Science Impact Factor increases to 29.518

 

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) is delighted to announce its Impact Factor has increased to 29.518*.

This continued increase in Impact Factor cements EES‘ position as the leading journal in the field, further strengthening its position at the top of three Journal Citation Reports categories (Energy & Fuels; Engineering, Chemical; and Environmental Sciences), and moving the journal up to 3rd in the Chemistry, multidisciplinary category. As the home of exceptionally high quality, agenda-setting research relating to energy conversion and storage, alternative fuel technologies and environmental science, the 5-year Impact Factor of 24.781 means that research published in the journal has lasting impact and the Immediacy Index of 6.751 means articles are highly visible within the community as soon as they are published.

Our broad scope and the interdisciplinary nature of research published in the journal, coupled with our rigorous peer review and rapid times to publication of 52 days** from receipt to acceptance, ensures your work will quickly attract the attention it deserves.

We would like to thank all our authors, readers, reviewers and Editorial & Advisory Board members for making EES the number 1 journal in the field

Find the all the RSC’s journals newly published 2016 Impact Factors* here.

*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper. Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year, by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years. Data based on 2016 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters).

**2016 average

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Energy & Environmental Science Impact Factor increases to 25.427

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) is pleased to announce its Impact Factor has increased to 25.427*.

EES continues to lead the field as the home of extraordinarily high quality, agenda-setting research relating to energy conversion and storage, alternative fuel technologies and environmental science. This impressive Impact Factor of 25.427* and a 5-year Impact Factor of 22.118 means that research published in the journal has lasting impact. EES has strengthened yet further its position at the top of three key Journal Citation Reports categories: Energy & Fuels; Engineering, Chemical; and Environmental Sciences, and has moved up to 4th in the Chemistry, multidisciplinary category.

Our broad scope and the interdisciplinary nature of research published in the journal, coupled with our rigorous peer review and rapid times to publication of 60 days** from receipt to acceptance, ensures your work will quickly attract the attention it deserves.

We’re also excited to announce that Wolfgang Lubitz, Jenny Nelson and Yan Shao-Horn have joined the Editorial Board in 2016.

We would like to thank all our authors, readers, reviewers and editorial & advisory Board members for making EES the number 1 journal in the field

*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper. Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year, by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years. Data based on 2015 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters).

**2015 average for Full Papers

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Huge rise in EES Impact Factor to 20.52

We are delighted to announce a further huge rise in the Impact Factor* of Energy & Environmental Science to 20.52.

Energy & Environmental Science is now the #1 ranking journal in three subject categories; Chemical Engineering, Energy & Fuels, and Environmental Science.

This great news demonstrates that the journal continues to attract and publish important, very high-quality, agenda-setting research, while providing great author service.

We wish to thank all our Board members, authors and referees for their fantastic support – Energy & Environmental Science is your journal.

Please do continue to submit your best work to Energy & Environmental Science. We look forward to further success in the months and years ahead.

Check out the following selection of highly cited articles that contributed to this Impact Factor:

Verónica Palomares,  Paula Serras, Irune Villaluenga, Karina B. Hueso, Javier Carretero-Gonzálezb and Teófilo Rojo
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE02781J

James M. Ball, Michael M. Lee, Andrew Hey and Henry J. Snaith
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40810H

Huilin Pan, Yong-Sheng Hu and Liquan Chen
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40847G

Linfei Lai, Jeffrey R. Potts, Da Zhan, Liang Wang, Chee Kok Poh, Chunhua Tang, Hao Gong, Zexiang Shen, Jianyi Lin and Rodney S. Ruoff
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE21802J

Hao Jiang, Pooi See Lee and Chunzhong Li
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23284G

*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper. Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years. Data based on 2014 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2015).
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EES Impact Factor climbs even higher – 15.49

We are delighted to announce a huge rise in the Impact Factor* of Energy & Environmental Science to a record high of 15.49.

This increase means Energy & Environmental Science remains the #1 ranking journal (of all 205 journals) in its ISI subject category.

This great news demonstrates that the journal continues to attract and publish outstanding research, which appeals to its community-spanning international readership.ees cover

We wish to thank all our Board members, authors and referees for their continuing support – Energy & Environmental Science is your journal.

Please do continue to submit your best work to Energy & Environmental Science. We look forward to further success in the months and years ahead.

Read more about the 2013 Impact Factors from across RSC Publishing on the RSC Publishing Blog.

*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper. Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years. Data based on 2013 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2014).

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Energy & Environmental Science’s new Impact Factor: 11.65

We are delighted to announce a big rise in the Impact Factor* of Energy & Environmental Science (EES) to a new high of 11.65.

We sincerely thank all our authors and referees for your continuing support that has made this possible – Energy & Environmental Science is your journal.

This great news demonstrates the journal continues to attract and publish outstanding, community-spanning, agenda-setting research. We have even higher aspirations for the future, and welcome your suggestions, feedback and ideas at any time.

To celebrate, we would like to share with you some of the great reviews and original research articles recently published in Energy & Environmental Science.

You can read these articles for free for a limited period by clicking on the links below.

Reviews and Analysis

Semiconductor nanowires: a platform for exploring limits and concepts for nano-enabled solar cells
Thomas J. Kempa, Robert W. Day, Sun-Kyung Kim, Hong-Gyu Park and Charles M. Lieber
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24182C

Catalysis for CO2 conversion: a key technology for rapid introduction of renewable energy in the value chain of chemical industries
Gabriele Centi, Elsje Alessandra Quadrelli and Siglinda Perathoner
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE00056G

Reliable evaluation of dye-sensitized solar cells
Xudong Yang, Masatoshi Yanagida and Liyuan Han
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE22998F

Plasmonic solar water splitting
Scott C. Warren and Elijah Thimsen
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE02875H

Solar cells with one-day energy payback for the factories of the future
Nieves Espinosa, Markus Hösel, Dechan Angmo and Frederik C. Krebs
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE02728J

Perspectives on thermoelectrics: from fundamentals to device applications
M. Zebarjadi, K. Esfarjani, M. S. Dresselhaus, Z. F. Ren and G. Chen
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE02497C

Na-ion batteries, recent advances and present challenges to become low cost energy storage systems
Verónica Palomares, Paula Serras, Irune Villaluenga, Karina B. Hueso, Javier Carretero-González and Teófilo Rojo
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE02781J

3D carbon based nanostructures for advanced supercapacitors
Hao Jiang, Pooi See Lee and Chunzhong Li
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23284G

Photoelectrochemical cells for solar hydrogen production: current state of promising photoelectrodes, methods to improve their properties, and outlook
Zhaosheng Li, Wenjun Luo, Minglong Zhang, Jianyong Feng and Zhigang Zou
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE22618A

Towards high-performance polymer-based thermoelectric materials
Ming He, Feng Qiu and Zhiqun Lin
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24193A

Bio-inspired artificial light-harvesting antennas for enhancement of solar energy capture in dye-sensitized solar cells
Fabrice Odobel, Yann Pellegrin and Julien Warnan
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24229C

Original Research

Harnessing the open-circuit voltage via a new series of Ru(II) sensitizers bearing (iso-)quinolinyl pyrazolate ancillaries
Kuan-Lin Wu, Wan-Ping Ku, John N. Clifford, Emilio Palomares, Shu-Te Ho, Yun Chi, Shih-Hung Liu, Pi-Tai Chou, Mohammad K. Nazeeruddin and Michael Grätzel
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23988D

Highly sensitive stretchable transparent piezoelectric nanogenerators
Ju-Hyuck Lee, Keun Young Lee, Brijesh Kumar, Nguyen Thanh Tien, Nae-Eung Lee and Sang-Woo Kim
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23530G

Biomass-derived electrocatalytic composites for hydrogen evolution
Wei-Fu Chen, Shilpa Iyer, Shweta Iyer, Kotaro Sasaki, Chiu-Hui Wang, Yimei Zhu, James T. Muckerman and Etsuko Fujita
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40596F

Periodic heating amplifies the efficiency of thermoelectric energy conversion
Yan Yan and Jonathan A. Malen
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24158K

Low-temperature processed meso-superstructured to thin-film perovskite solar cells
James M. Ball, Michael M. Lee, Andrew Hey and Henry J. Snaith
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40810H

A facile approach for the synthesis of monolithic hierarchical porous carbons – high performance materials for amine based CO2 capture and supercapacitor electrode
Luis Estevez, Rubal Dua, Nidhi Bhandari, Anirudh Ramanujapuram, Peng Wang and Emmanuel P. Giannelis
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40549D

Transparent and conductive paper from nanocellulose fibers
Liangbing Hu, Guangyuan Zheng, Jie Yao, Nian Liu, Ben Weil, Martin Eskilsson, Erdem Karabulut, Zhichao Ruan, Shanhui Fan, Jason T. Bloking, Michael D. McGehee, Lars Wågberg and Yi Cui
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23635D

Assembling carbon-coated α-Fe2O3 hollow nanohorns on the CNT backbone for superior lithium storage capability
Zhiyu Wang, Deyan Luan, Srinivasan Madhavi, Yong Hu and Xiong Wen (David) Lou
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE02831F

From “cyborg” lobsters to a pacemaker powered by implantable biofuel cells
Kevin MacVittie, Jan Halámek, Lenka Halámková, Mark Southcott, William D. Jemison, Robert Lobel and Evgeny Katz
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23209J

Li–S batteries: simple approaches for superior performance
Rezan Demir-Cakan, Mathieu Morcrette, Gangulibabu, Aurélie Guéguen, Rémi Dedryvère and Jean-Marie Tarascon
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23411D

Sr- and Mn-doped LaAlO3-δ for Solar Thermochemical H2 and CO Production
Anthony H. McDaniel, Elizabeth C. Miller, Darwin Arifin, Andrea Ambrosini, Eric Coker, Ryan O’Hayre, William Chueh and Jianhua Tong
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41372A

Hybrid Energy Cell for Self-Powered Water Splitting
Ya Yang, Hulin Zhang, Zong-Hong Lin, Yan Liu, Jun Chen, Ziyin Lin, Yusheng Zhou, C P Wong and Zhonglin Wang
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41485J

Please do continue to submit your best work to Energy & Environmental Science. We look forward to further success in the months and years ahead.

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*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper.  Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years.  Data based on 2012 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2013).

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EES remains #1 with new Impact Factor of 9.6

New citation data released by Thomson ISI shows the latest (2011) Impact Factor of Energy & Environmental Science to be 9.610.

This increase means Energy & Environmental Science remains the #1 ranking journal (of all 205 journals) in its ISI subject category.

This great news demonstrates that the journal continues to attract and publish outstanding research, which appeals to its community-spanning international readership.

We wish to thank all our Board members, authors and referees for their continuing support – Energy & Environmental Science is your journal.

Please do continue to submit your best work to Energy & Environmental Science. We look forward to further success in the months and years ahead.

With our best wishes,

Energy & Environmental Science Editorial Office

Find out how RSC journals are ranked in the latest Impact Factor release.

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EES highlighted in Science Watch

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) has featured in Thomson Reuters’ Science Watch this week – being highlighted as a ‘prominent journal’ in the field of Energy & Fuels.

EES publishes insightful, very high-quality science of significant general interest to the journal’s wide readership. It’s very high Impact Factor of 9.49, ranks EES  the #1 journal in its field.

Read more on Science Watch

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Energy & Environmental Science new record Impact Factor of 9.4

New citation data just released by Thomson ISI shows the new Impact Factor of Energy & Environmental Science to be 9.446.

Energy & Environmental Science is not only still the #1 ranking journal in its ISI subject category, but now is one of the top-ranking chemistry journals.

The fantastic news demonstrates that the journal continues to attract and publish outstanding research, which appeals to its community-spanning international readership.

We wish to thank all our Board members, authors and referees for their continuing support – your input has made the journal what it is.

Please do continue to submit your best work to Energy & Environmental Science.We look forward to further success in the months and years ahead.

With our best wishes,

Energy & Environmental Science Editorial Office

Find out more about RSC Publishing’s 2010 Impact Factors

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EES first official Impact Factor – a huge 8.5!

Since its launch in 2008, Energy & Environmental Science has quickly established itself as the journal to publish important, agenda-setting research in the crucially-important energy and associated global environmental fields.

The journal has attracted outstanding research, and has a very large, community-spanning international readership.

This is reflected in the new Impact Factor of 8.500*, which puts EES as officially the #1 ranking journal in its ISI subject category.

Editor-in-Chief Professor Nathan Lewis, the Editorial Office and Editorial Board thank all our authors, referees and readers – your support makes the journal what it is.

We will continue to publish the best and most important research, and look forward to further success in the months and years ahead.

Submit your best research today to Energy & Environmental Science!


*Figures supplied directly to RSC Publishing by Thomson Reuters after a technical error resulted in Energy & Environmental Science‘s omission from the initial release of figures. The Journal Citation Report (JCR) will be corrected soon.

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