Energy Storage & Conversion

The need to reduce pollution and the continuous increase in the fossil fuels cost, in addition to the continuous threat of nuclear energy also for political reasons, have strengthened the interest in efficient and clean systems for the conversion and storage of energy from renewable and easily available sources. This series aims to explore contributions to evaluate the state of the art and future developments in the field of rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors, solar cells, fuel cells, electrolysers and wave/tidal energy converter. Authors are invited to present their latest results, both original papers and reviews, focusing on the fundamental properties of the materials used, theoretical and experimental studies and their applications in green/blue energy.