Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Topics considered include but are not limited to:

  • Innovation and new development
  • Energy efficiency/saving, economics, security, risk
  • Cleaner/renewable energy technologies
  • Alternative energy technologies/sources
  • Environmental planning
  • Energy R&D strategies/policies
  • Energy foresight and scenarios
  • Experience curves, integrated design
  • Emerging generic technologies
  • National energy [research] policies
  • Energy system analysis, planning
  • Energy systems and services
  • Energy transmission/distribution
  • Distributed generation technologies
  • Rural/remote electrification and energy supply


Section Policies


Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Peer Review Process

Publication Process for IJEAT Papers

1. Receive a paper from potential author.
Action: Record the date the paper was received and give the paper a unique code number.
Action: WithinOne Weeksend a letter to the author indicating that the paper has arrived and we are processing it.

2. Send the paper to the referees for review.
Action: Record the date the paper was sent for review. Review should not take longer thanOne Month. If the paper has not been reviewed in this time, contact the reviewer.

3. After the paper has been reviewed show the result to the Editor or Manager.
Action: Return the paper with comments to the author. Ask that requested changes are done quickly (Two Weeks) and that the author send an updated document file.

4. Send the paper to the Editor for English review.
Action: Once the paper has been returned (One Week), make the corrections and type set the paper as an x.doc file.

5. Send the x.doc file to the Associate Editors, They so that they can check the paper follows the rules set down in theIJEAT’s Notes for Authors. This should requireaFew Daysper paper.
Action: Once you’ve received the papers from the Associate Editors convert the x.doc file into a pdf file.

6. Send the pdf file and the standard e-mail to the authors for final corrections.
Action: When you receive their comments make changes, if necessary, to the x.doc file in preparation for printing. The author is givenOne Weekto submit changes.

7. When pages numbers are known prepare a pdf file of the paper for publication on the IJEAT Journal home page.


Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.