Modeling Regulation of Economic Sustainability in Energy Systems with Diversified Resources (Version 1, Original)
|Reviewer 1 Eduard Gabriel Ceptureanu The Bucharest University of Economic Studies||Reviewer 2 Zhizhong Dong Institute for Advanced Materials, Devices and Nanotechnology, USA||Reviewer 3 Kas Hemmes Technology Dynamics and Sustainable DevelopmentDelft University of TechnologyDelft 2628BXThe Netherlands|
|Approved with revisions||Agreed, preparing report||Not approved|
Alabugin, A.; Aliukov, S. Modeling Regulation of Economic Sustainability in Energy Systems with Diversified Resources. Sci 2020, 2, 11.
Alabugin A, Aliukov S. Modeling Regulation of Economic Sustainability in Energy Systems with Diversified Resources. Sci. 2020; 2(1):11.Chicago/Turabian Style
Alabugin, Anatoly; Aliukov, Sergei. 2020. "Modeling Regulation of Economic Sustainability in Energy Systems with Diversified Resources." Sci 2, no. 1: 11.
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The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
In this manuscript, authors seek to develop a theory and a method to regulate the integration-balancing processes of combining diversified resources. Although the article falls within the thematic area of the journal, there are major issues to be solved by the authors:
- Abstract- it is far too general, without focusing on the essential elements of the research.
- Section 1. Introduction- authors should reorganize this section and briefly describe the overarching scientific topic of the paper, provide background information on that scientific question (including references) and why this question is of interest, contain a clearly-stated scientific question and briefly summarize the conclusions drawn from the authors’ research.
- Section 2. Literature review- authors should also reorganize this section in order to describe the rationale for the models of combining diversified resource and add supplementary relevant reference regarding the topic of the manuscript (especially from MDPI journals).
- Sections 4. Models of Regulation of Economic Sustainability- please explain why the authors choose Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans model rather than Solow model, which in my opinion it’s more appropriate.
- Moderate English changes are required, especially in Section 6. Conclusion. Additionally, authors should present future research avenues.
Institute for Advanced Materials, Devices and Nanotechnology, USA
Technology Dynamics and Sustainable DevelopmentDelft University of TechnologyDelft 2628BXThe Netherlands
I aam afraid to say that this paper failed to explain to me what is the purpose and goal of the research. Aftrer 250 lines I still had no real clue.
Many sentences are unclear.
to start with the title:
Modeling regulation of economic sustainability in energy systems with diversified resources
did you model regulation? what is regulation is that regulation by governments or do you mean technical control of systems in a measurement and control sense?
what is economic sustainability? is that one of the three pillars of sustainability People, Planet Profit?
what do you mean with diversified resources? do you mean multi input sources into the energy system?
resource is not the same as source
first line of the abstract:The imperfection of theoretical and methodological approaches to regulate the jump process transition when combining differentiated energy resources is a pressing issue.
now you are not regulating the system but the jump process transition
do you mean energy transition? the change from fossil to renawable?
why is this a jump process? Is this only a jump process when combining differentiated (meaning different??) energy (re)sources?
why is this a pressing issue and for whom?
These are just the first to lines. I could go on like this with at least the next 250 lines, but I won't
It is a pitty, I had the impression the article would contain important findings on topics I am interested in (and that still can be the case but I could not distill that from this paper and the way it is written).
Centre for Air Transport and the Environment Manchester Metropolitan University UK