General Information
    • ISSN: 1793-821X
    • Frequency: Quarterly (2013-2014); Bimonthly (Since 2015)
    • DOI: 10.7763/JOCET
    • Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Haider F. Abdul Amir
    • Executive Editor: Ms. Julia S. Ma
    • Abstracting/ Indexing: EI (INSPEC, IET), Chemical Abstracts Services (CAS), Electronic Journals Library, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, BE Data, Google Scholar, ProQuest and DOAJ.
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School of Science and Technology Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia

Journal of Clean Energy Technologies (JOCET) is an international academic open access journal which gains a foothold in Singapore, Asia and opens to the world. It aims to promote the integration of Clean Energy Technologies. The focus is to publish papers on state-of-the-art Clean Energy Technologies. Submitted papers will be reviewed by technical committees of the Journal and Association. The audience includes researchers, managers and operators for Clean Energy Technologies as well as designers and developers.
All submitted articles should report original, previously unpublished research results, experimental or theoretical, and will be peer-reviewed. Articles submitted to the journal should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should follow the style of the journal and are subject to both review and editing.

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Voltage Standardization of DC Distribution System for Residential Buildings
R. K. Chauhan, B. S. Rajpurohit, R. E. Hebner, S. N. Singh, and F. M. Gonzalez-Longatt       Volume 4, Number 3, pp. 167-172

The renewable energy sources (RES) such as photovoltaic (PV) are basically DC power sources. In the present scenario, the integration of RES to power distribution infrastructure necessitates the DC-AC converter. Moreover the DC loads in the buildings is ever increasing with the use of CFL, LED, refrigerator, TV, fan, air conditioner, laptop, and other electronics in workplaces and homes. This forced to introduce the internal or external AC-DC converter to tie the DC load to AC distribution infrastructure of existing power system. This is further adding losses and complexity. This AC-DC converter stage can be reduces up to a certain level by DC distribution system (DCDS)...[Read More]

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