Global smart energy systems redesign to meet the Paris Agreement
This is the first issue of Smart Energy. The aim of the journal is to be a leading platform and an authoritative source of information related to the green transformation of energy supply and demand systems into future smart renewable energy and sustainable solutions.
With the concept of smart energy systems as the core element, Smart Energy wishes to promote a holistic sector-integration approach to the development of future solutions to climate change. The ambition of the journal is to provide an international scientific forum for the design and analysis as well as planning, market, regulatory and modelling aspects of smart energy systems.
Authors: Brian Vad Mathiesen Henrik Lund (Aalborg University)