The Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES) in 2015 returned to its hometown,Dubrovnik, and once again served as a significant venue for scientists and specialists in different areas of sustainable developmentfrom all over the world to initiate, discuss, share, and disseminate new ideas.At the 10th SDEWES Conference, about 500 participants from 64 countries delivered total 541 contributions - 5 invited lectures, 3panels, 49 regular sessions, 17 special sessions and 5 poster sessions, aimed at deepening the knowledge body and scientific understanding,improvement of long-term scientific assessments, strengthening of scientific capacities around the world and at ensuring that the sciences are responsive to the emerging international, European, regional and national challenges.The dedicated Energy special issue includes 24 papers, which traditionally cover a range of energy issues - higher renewables penetration and various technologies and fuels assessments at energy supply side, as well as, energy efficiency in various sectors, buildings, district heating, electric vehicles and demand modelling at energy demand side. Also, a review paper is included, which analyses selected SDEWES contributions published in the special issues of leading scientific journals and highlights their provisions towards addressing the challenges of energy security in twenty firstcentury. The Guest editors believe that the selected papers and the addressed issues will considerably extend the knowledge body published in Energy journal and will be of interest to its readers. The Guest editors would like to thank all the reviewers who have made most valuable and highly appreciated contributions by reviewing, commenting and advising the authors. Special thanks should go to the administrative staff of the Energy journal for theirexcellent support.
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|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|
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