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Due to the malicious registration by the spam users at Trends in Renewable Energy, the new user registration is temporarily closed, giving the network administrator sufficient time to deal with it. While registration is closed, authors can submit the manuscript directly via email to bzhang@futureenergysp.com.

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Printed 2019 issue 3-Trends in Renewable Energy

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Simultaneous submission issues

Memo: The editorial office has encountered two incidents in which the authors submitted their manuscript to multiple journals at the same time. This type of behavior is called simultaneous submission or concurrent submission, which is considered unethical. This kind of behavior will greatly waste the time and effort of reviewers and editors. At the same time, it is possible that the same manuscript will be published by multiple journals. In the end, even if such articles are published, they will be withdrawn by the editor in time. The authors can only submit their manuscript to one journal at the same time.

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Printed version of recent issues of Trends in Renewable Energy

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An update from Trends in Renewable Energy

Trends in Renewable Energy submitted applications to mutiple indexes including SCI, EI, Inspec, EBSCO and Scopus.
Issues published between 2015 and 2019 have been deposited into PKP PLN.

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Happy 2019 New Year!

In 2018, Trends in Renewable Energy published 2 regular issues, 1 special issue and total 20 scholarly articles. We hope we can rely on your contiunous support in 2019. Happy New Year!

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Design of Energy Generating Gymnasium Pull-down Machine

Musharraf Saeed etc. at University of Sargodha have proposed a theoretical model of Energy Generating Gymnasium Pull-down Machine. The core idea behind this energy harvesting system is that, the human being is also a source of renewable energy and it is possible to harness electrical energy from people by the use of Energy Generating Gymnasium Machines. Human energy is wasted when excessive calories of body are burnt during exercise in gymnasiums to achieve the desired fitness. Energy Generating Gymnasium Machines will provide an opportunity to return expended energy in the form of electrical energy from gymnasium equipment and cardiovascular machines. The proposed system will be very beneficial for such countries that are facing energy crises as well as the third world countries. (
http://dx.doi.org/10.17737/tre.2019.5.1.0086 )

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Detection of The Hook Style Energy Theft in the Smart Grid Era

Dr. A.G. Lazaropoulos (National Technical University of Athens, Greece) has investigated the possibility of detecting the hook style energy theft in the overhead low-voltage (OV LV) power grids.  (Trends in Renewable Energy, vol. 5, pp. 12-46. doi: 10.17737/tre.2019.5.1.0081)

Different OV LV BPL topologies, intensities of measurement differences and hook characteristics have been considered. It is found that the detection of the hook style energy theft becomes easier when the hook remains short (i.e., shorter than 10 m). There are three issues that need further analysis: (i) the existence / definition of the threshold of the maximum value  above which HS-DET method starts to give faulty decisions concerning the energy theft; (ii) the possibility of the installation of very long hooks so that HS-DET method can be jammed; and (iii) the use of “smart” hooks that are matched to the characteristic impedance of lines in order to cover the energy theft. ��� 8

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Hurricane damage

Due to the damage caused by hurricane michael in the Piedmont Triad area, the operation of Editorial office is cancelled between 10/12-10/14.

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