Energy and Sustainability

Sustainable energy deployment is essential in the age of techno-economic diversity and the anarchy caused by global warming by implementing flexible techniques to meet long-term sustainability requirements within multidisciplinary endeavours. The burden of climate change and the rise in energy demand in the global context depend on a number of cross-disciplinary solutions, including technical, technological, social, political, environmental, ecological, economic, and institutional ones, to ease constraints and produce workable decision-making.

The goal of Goal  of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 is to ensure that more than 3 billion people worldwide have access to clean energy. The section on "Energy Sustainability" highlights energy resource and technology advancement and their exploitation through tools, techniques, strategies, policies, procedures, assessments, and case studies that are in line with this goal. In support of Sustainable Development Goal #7, "Access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all," the section addresses managerial, technical, technological, economic, policy, and efficiency aspects through research articles, conceptual analysis articles, review articles, and commentaries related to energy resources, technologies, applications, deployment options, and advanced techniques.

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