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Stefanie's award

Stefanie Kuenzel takes Excellent Associate Editor Award

  • Date25 September 2020

We are pleased to announce that Stefanie Kuenzel has been awarded as the 2019-2020 Excellent Associate Editor Award of Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy. Congratulations Stefanie!

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The award has been given in recognition to the contributions brought to the Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy Journal.

Launched in 2013, Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy (MPCE) is the first international power engineering journal originated in mainland China. It is Golden Open Accessed, and is bimonthly co-published by State Grid Electric Power Research Institute and IEEE. To date, MPCE has been indexed by major databases including SCIE, Ei, Scopus, etc. The latest impact factor (2019) of MPCE is 3.090, ranking in Q2 zone in the field of electrical engineering. The 2019 CiteScore of MPCE  is 6.40, ranking top 15% in the fields of energy engineering and science and technology of electric power. 

More information of MPCE is available on the following websites: 

The submission website of MPCE is:


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