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International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen

Production and Applications (IJHPA)



49, rue Lauriston

75116 Paris, France


Any discussion of energy-related issues, such as air pollution, global climate change, and energy supply security, energy efficiency, raises the issue of future use of alternative fuels.

Hydrogen offers large potential benefits in term of reduced emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases and improved efficiency in use from abundantly available feedstock.

Nuclear energy is well placed to be a major contributor to large-scale hydrogen production.

The International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications (IJNHPA) provides a venue for communication among researchers and policy analysts

on the latest experimental and analytical results, economic and policy assessments, and technology innovations related to nuclear energy’s role in an expanding hydrogen economy. 

Although nuclear technology will play its most significant role in hydrogen production, knowledge of hydrogen transportation, storage, and end use is necessary to understand

the context in which nuclear energy will contribute to different hydrogen markets.  Therefore, the journal takes a broad approach in helping readers learn the latest thinking

in the science, economics, and environmental impacts of nuclear-generated hydrogen.


The objectives of the journal are to establish an effective channel of communication between professionals, policy makers, government agencies, academia, and research institutions

concerned with nuclear production of hydrogen and its applications. It also aims to provide authoritative, reliable information on hydrogen technologies, economics, strategies,

and resources to industry and governments for use in policy analysis and decision making, including the contribution of nuclear hydrogen to sustainable development.

The International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications:

  • Promotes the exchange of hydrogen production science and technology information;
  • Promotes the intelligent application of hydrogen;
  • Promotes international research and development cooperation;
  • Supports nuclear power as a long-term option for hydrogen production in a competitive hydrogen economy;
  • Helps in identifying technologies and resources available to address issues related to nuclear-generated hydrogen;
  • Assesses the conditions and constraints related to nuclear power’s contribution to a growing hydrogen economy, including those tied to environmental objectives;
  • Maintains  information on the economic aspects of potential hydrogen markets;


Professionals, academics, researchers, and policy makers.

Form of the publication

The International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications is a peer-reviewed journal of research articles, review papers, and technical notes related to

the nuclear production of hydrogen and its applications.  Topics include technological, regulatory, and policy aspects; risk estimation; and ecological consequences of nuclear-generated hydrogen.

The International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications is published in English by Inderscience Publishers. It has strict refereeing criteria and professional standards.

In addition to the publication of scientific articles, the journal includes a review of publications (books and theses) and the announcement of related international conferences.


The International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications publishes high quality papers relevant to nuclear hydrogen production technologies and applications,

and closely related aspects of science, technology, engineering, and policy analysis. Original research and critical review papers on experimental, theoretical,

and computational issues are welcome. When outstanding new advances are made, or when new areas have been developed to a definitive stage, special review issues will be considered.

A balance will be sought between:

  • Special issues addressing specific topics, and
  • Issues blending articles addressing several topics.

Subject coverage

The following list, which is not exhaustive, describes topics appropriate to the journal:

  • Hydrogen production methods.
  • R&D programs on the nuclear production of hydrogen.
  • Applications of nuclear energy for hydrogen production.
  • Hydrogen storage.
  • Hydrogen transmission, distribution, and delivery.
  • Design and economics of nuclear hydrogen production systems.
  • Environmental and safety considerations.
  • Hydrogen markets.
  • Safeguards and physical security.
  • Quality assurance.
  • Public attitudes and public acceptance.
  • The role of hydrogen in sustainable development.
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