About Journal of Physics: Energy
JPhys Energy™ showcases the most significant and exciting scientific developments in energy research. An interdisciplinary journal, JPhys Energy welcomes submissions from all disciplines, including physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering and related fields, and aims to facilitate the flow of knowledge between and beyond these communities, ensuring authors gain maximum impact and visibility for their work.
The journal represents a community-oriented approach to communicating science driven by the needs of scientists rather than funders, institutions or for-profit corporations. It builds on the strength and prestige of the Journal of Physics series, which celebrated 50 years of publishing in 2017.
All energy-related research is in scope, including interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies. Coverage includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Batteries and supercapacitors
- Biomass and biofuels
- Carbon capture, storage and utilisation
- Energy harvesting devices
- Fuel cells
- Hydrogen generation and storage
- Life cycle assessment
- Materials for energy applications
- Solar energy conversion and photovoltaics
- Solid state ionics
- Water splitting and artificial photosynthesis
Why should you publish in JPhys Energy?
- High standards: JPhys Energy selects the most significant and cutting-edge research being undertaken in the field. Articles are rigorously peer reviewed by IOP Publishing’s global network of expert reviewers, supported by our top-level editorial board.
- Fast publication: we are committed to providing you with a fast, professional service to ensure rapid first decision, acceptance and publication. Once accepted, your article will be accessible to readers within 24 hours and will include a citable DOI.
- Open access: immediate and perpetual open access to your research under a CC BY licence so that it can be accessed and shared by anyone without restriction.
- Inclusive: with a scope covering interdisciplinary studies and multidisciplinary collaborations as well as traditional disciplines, JPhys Energy brings together researchers from across physics, chemistry, materials science and engineering.
- Transfer opportunities: as well as accepting direct submissions, the journal also offers you a quick and easy solution to transfer your manuscript from another IOP Publishing journal if it does not fit our scope or significance criteria. Articles are transferred along with peer review reports to save time and avoid duplication of work for reviewers.
- Society owned: IOP Publishing is a leading society publisher of advanced physics research. Any profits generated by IOP Publishing are invested in the Institute of Physics, helping to support research, education and outreach around the world.
JPhys Energy welcomes submissions of the following article types:
- Research Papers: articles of unlimited length that report new research.
- Letters: short research articles that report new research. As a guide, Letters should not generally be more than eight journal pages (or around 4500 words) in length.
- Topical Reviews: articles presenting a snapshot of recent progress in a particular field.
- Focus issue papers: research papers published as part of a guest-edited collection centred around an emerging and highly topical field.
- Perspectives: commentaries on the impact of previously published work, or authoritative discussions on the future direction of a field, that are of notable interest to the community.
- Technical Notes: brief, methods-based articles of a more technical nature, which make a useful and novel addition to the literature.
Our Publishing Support website provides more information on our reviewing process.
If an article is not accepted for publication, we may offer the author the opportunity to transfer their submission to other suitable journals we publish. This process is explained in more detail on our Publishing Support website.
Inclusivity and diversity
IOP Publishing recognises that there are inequalities within the scientific publishing and research ecosystems. We are committed to a progressive approach to inclusivity and diversity, and are working hard to eliminate discrimination to foster an equitable and welcoming publishing environment for all.
More information about our work on inclusivity is available on our Open Physics hub.
Please note that this policy requires authors to include a data availability statement in their article.
For any questions about the policy please contact the journal.
Many research funders now require authors to make all data related to their research available in an online repository. Please refer to the policy for further information about research data, data repositories and data citation.
For more information on IOP Publishing’s open access policies please see our Open access page.
|Article publication charge*||£1850||€2195||$2540|
|Reduced article publication charge* for Group B countries**||£500||€575||$675|
|Reduced article publication charge for Group A countries**||£0||€0||$0|
*excluding VAT where applicable
**eligibility criteria can be found here
APCs only apply to articles accepted for publication; there are no submission charges.
There are no other charges for publishing in Journal of Physics: Energy.
Transformative AgreementsJournal of Physics: Energy is included in our transformative agreements which allow authors from some institutions to publish open access without paying an APC.
Find out if you’re covered by an agreement
If you are covered by an agreement, use our author guide to help you submit your paper.
Countries where we have transformative agreements include:
Austria, Canada, Croatia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Germany, Poland, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland.
Paying for open access
Various discounts, waivers and funding arrangements are available to support our authors. Visit our Paying for open access page for further details.
Abstracting and indexing services
We work with our authors to help make their work as easy to discover as possible. JPhys Energy is currently included in the following abstracting and discovery services:
- Baidu Scholar
- Chemical Abstracts Service
- Ei Compendex
- NASA Astrophysics Data System
- Naver Academic
- ProQuest Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Collection
- ProQuest Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Index
- ProQuest Central
- ProQuest Electronics & Communications Abstracts
- ProQuest Science Database
- ProQuest SciTech Premium Collection
- ProQuest Technology Collection
- R Discovery
- Semantic Scholar
- Web of Science