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A brief overview of solar and wind-based green hydrogen production systems: Trends and standardization 1-gen-2024 Mazzeo D.Matera N. +
A multilayer panel in cork and natural phase change materials: thermal and energy analysis 1-gen-2021 Mazzeo DMatera N +
A smart algorithm to optimally manage the charging strategy of the Home to Vehicle (H2V) and Vehicle to Home (V2H) technologies in an off-grid home powered by renewable sources 1-gen-2024 Mazzeo, DomenicoMatera, Nicoletta +
A user-friendly and accurate machine learning tool for the evaluation of the worldwide yearly photovoltaic electricity production 1-gen-2023 Mazzeo D.Leva S.Matera N. +
Air-source heat pump (ASHP) under very climate change scenarios: a numerical analysis 1-gen-2023 Mazzeo, DomenicoMatera, Nicoletta +
Eco-Sustainable Energy Production in Healthcare: Trends and Challenges in Renewable Energy Systems 1-gen-2023 Mazzeo D.Matera N. +
Energy Independence of a Small Office Community Powered by Photovoltaic-Wind Hybrid Systems in Widely Different Climates 1-gen-2023 Matera N.Mazzeo D. +
Energy-sustainable hospitals: Integration of a novel compound parabolic concentrator system with two storage tanks for domestic hot water production at high and low temperatures 1-gen-2023 Matera, NicolettaMazzeo, Domenico +
Forecasting green roofs’ potential in improving building thermal performance and mitigating urban heat island in the Mediterranean area: An artificial intelligence-based approach 1-gen-2023 Mazzeo, DomenicoMatera, Nicoletta +
Hourly forecasting of the photovoltaic electricity at any latitude using a network of artificial neural networks 1-gen-2023 Matera N.Mazzeo D. +
Large scale hydrogen production using a grid-connected renewable-based water electrolysis system in different world climates 1-gen-2022 Mazzeo DMatera N +
Time-dependent photovoltaic performance assessment on a global scale using artificial neural networks 1-gen-2024 Matera, NicolettaLongo, MichelaLeva, Sonia