FIRST IMPACT FACTOR! 1.085'...This new journal, with a smart roster of established experts and analysts, promises to make the energy efficiency resource more real and much more available. The timing couldn’t be more critical to both our economic and our environmental well-being.' John A. 'Skip' Laitner, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)The journal Energy Efficiency covers wide-ranging aspects of energy efficiency in the residential, tertiary, industrial and transport sectors. Coverage includes a number of different topics and disciplines including energy efficiency policies at local, regional, national and international levels; long term impact of energy efficiency; technologies to improve energy efficiency; consumer behavior and the dynamics of consumption; socio-economic impacts of energy efficiency measures; energy efficiency as a virtual utility; transportation issues; building issues; energy management systems and energy services; energy planning and risk assessment; energy efficiency in developing countries and economies in transition; non-energy benefits of energy efficiency and opportunities for policy integration; energy education and training, and emerging technologies. See Aims and Scope for more details.Energy Efficiency publishes original papers, brief communications, review articles, news and editorials. There are no page charges to publish in this journal.Springer congratulates the journal's Editor-in-Chief, Paolo Bertoldi, Associate Editors Diana Ürge-Vorsatz and Ed Vine, and Editorial Board members Eberhard Jochem, Evan Mills, and Aviel Verbruggen for their achievement as co-winners of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.
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