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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(1); March 2023
A Study on Prevention of Fouling Formation by Reduction Reaction of CaSO4 in a Biomass Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion
Seong-Ju Kim, Sung-Jin Park, Sung-Ho Jo, Se-Hwa Hong, Yong-Il Mun, Tae-Young Mun
A large amount of carbon monoxide (CO) is generated in circulating fluidized bed combustion, the process whereby a hot cyclone separates unburned fuel. However,...
Electrical Energy Production Using Biomass
Jongseo Lee, Sang-Soo Han, Doyeun Kim, JuHyun Kim, Sangjin Park
Governments and global companies are working towards using renewable sources of energy, such as solar, wind, and biomass, to reduce dependency on fossil fuels. ...
Preliminary Feasibility Study on Wind and Solar Hybrid Power Systems based on Venturi Effects for Buildings
Suhyun Kim, Yoonsoo Kim, Sumin Park, Jihyeon An, Sanghun Lee
Recently, the use of renewable energy has been increasing to achieve carbon neutrality. The concept of a zero-energy building is also attracting attention. In t...
Technology Selection Method for Optimal Energy Storage
Seong Jegarl, Ji Hyun Lee, Hyunshil Kim, Jeseok Shin, Jihun Lim
The expanding significance of energy storage (ES) technology is increasing the acceptability of power systems by augmenting renewable energy supply. To deploy s...
Optimal Carbon Upcycling Technology Selection Method Considering Technology and Market
Ji Hyun Lee, Seong Jegarl, Jieun Jo
Various carbon upcycling technologies have been proposed and are under development to achieve Koreaโs carbon neutrality target. Many chemical reactions are unde...