EnerLAC magazine gets its indexation thanks to its processes that ensure the quality of its publications

The Energy Journal of Latin America and the Caribbean (enerLAC), institutional publication of the Latin American Energy Organization (Olade), in agreement with the Association of Universities of the Montevideo Group (AUGM), is already registered in the Online Regional Information System for Scientific Journals of Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal (Latindex), for its technical and research content. The journal meets 36/38 characteristics, far exceeding the minimum required for inclusion in the index according to the criteria established in methodology 2.0 of this index.

The enerLAC Journal, being part of Latindex, can be found in the database where journals with the highest quality standards are exhibited according to the Latindex methodology. This portal hosts scientific, technical-professional research articles for scientific and cultural dissemination which are published in Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal. The enerLAC Journal can also be found within the Latindex directory where bibliographic and contact data of all registered journals are stored.

The objective of the Journal is to contribute to the dissemination of research results and scientific works of a technical nature in the energy sector of Latin America and the Caribbean, prepared by academics and researchers belonging to institutions related to the sector of the 27 member countries of the Organization

For Olade and AUGM this represents a further commitment to academia and a fundamental contribution to the development of knowledge and skills throughout our region.

To access the journal and apply for publishing research papers: http://enerlac.olade.org/

Regional Online Information System for Scientific Journals of Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal (Latindex)

Latindex is the network of institutions that work in a coordinated manner to gather and disseminate information on scientific serial publications produced in Latin America. In addition, it offers information on journals with Ibero-American content published anywhere in the world. Journals can be printed or electronic, from all scientific disciplines.

The mission of the system is to disseminate, make accessible and raise the quality of the academic journals published in the region, through shared work.


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