Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications

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Edited By: Martin A. Green, Ryne P. Raffaelle, Tim M. Bruton, Gavin Conibeer, Jean-Francois Guillemoles

Impact Factor: 7.712

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 4/81 (Energy & Fuels); 11/128 (Physics Applied); 15/241 (Materials Science Multidisciplinary)

Online ISSN: 1099-159X

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Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications

Progress in Photovoltaics offers a prestigious forum for reporting advances in this rapidly developing technology, aiming to reach all interested professionals, researchers and energy policy-makers. The key criterion is that all papers submitted should report substantial “progress” in photovoltaics.

Revised Aims and Scope for Progress in Photovoltaics

Progress in Photovoltaics news

Progress in Photovoltaics offers a prestigious forum for reporting advances in this rapidly developing technology, aiming to reach all interested professionals, researchers and energy policy-makers.

Due to the huge growth of interest in the field, we now receive far more paper submissions than we can ever hope to publish in the journal. It has therefore become necessary to revise the Aims and Scope to be more restrictive in the types of papers that are encouraged and to clarify those that are not.

True to the journal’s title, the key criterion is that submitted papers should report substantial “progress” in photovoltaics. The full Aims and Scope of Progress in Photovoltaics can be found on the Overview page.

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