The IJSEPM is an international interdisciplinary journal in Sustainable Energy Planning and Management combining engineering and social science within Energy System Analysis, Feasibility Studies and Public Regulation.

The journal focuses on:

- Energy System analysis of the transition to sustainable energy systems. This includes specific scenarios, models and analyses at local, regional, country and global level as well as studies of theories, methodologies, and software tools used in such transition analyses.

- Economics, Socio economics and Feasibility studies including theories and methodologies of institutional economics as well as specific feasibility studies and analyses of the transition to sustainable energy systems.

- Public Regulation including theories and methodologies as well as specific analyses and proposals in the light of the implementation and transition into sustainable energy systems.

IJSEPM is approved by the Finish bibliometric Publication Forum, the Norwegian bibliometric Kanalregister as well as the Danish  BFI

The journal is registered/indexed in/by Scopus (Press link to see all published articles in IJSEPM),  Ulrichs WebDirectory of Open-Access JournalsSherpa/Romeo and DataCite

Published by Aalborg University Press.

Vol. 34 (2022)

Published: 25-05-2022

Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environmental Systems and Smart Energy Systems

Poul Alberg Østergaard; Rasmus Magni Johannsen, Neven Duić, Henrik lund

1-4

Participatory Process Protocol to Reinforce Energy Planning on Islands: A Knowledge Transfer in Spain

Felipe Del-Busto, María Dolores Mainar-Toledo, Víctor Ballestín-Trenado

5-18

Modeling the Baltic countries’ Green Transition and Desynchronization from the Russian Electricity Grid

Nelli Putkonen, Tomi J. Lindroos, Eimantas Neniškis, Diāna Žalostība, Egidijus Norvaiša, Arvydas Galinis, Jana Teremranova, Juha Kiviluoma

45-62

District Cooling Network Planning. A Case Study of Tallinn

Anna Volkova, Aleksandr Hlebnikov, Aleksandr Ledvanov, Tanel Kirs, Urmas Raudsepp, Eduard Latõšov

63-78

District heating distribution grid costs: a comparison of two approaches

Mostafa Fallahnejad, Lukas Kranzl, Marcus Hummel

79-90

Stakeholder management in PED projects: challenges and management model

Juha-Antti Rankinen, Sara Lakkala, Harri Haapasalo, Sari Hirvonen-Kantola

91-106

Indicator-based assessment of sustainable energy performance in the European Union

Tekla Szép, Tamás Pálvölgyi, Éva Kármán-Tamus

107-124

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