Peer Review Policy

Power System Technology Journal is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of quality and integrity in scholarly publishing. The peer-review process is a fundamental aspect of ensuring the validity and significance of the research we publish. This policy outlines the principles and procedures governing the peer-review process at Power System Technology Journal.

Objectives of Peer Review

The primary objectives of our peer-review process are to:

  1. Assess Quality: Evaluate the scientific and technical merit of submitted manuscripts.

  2. Ensure Integrity: Identify and address any methodological or ethical issues in the research.

  3. Enhance Clarity: Provide constructive feedback to authors for improving the clarity and presentation of their work.

  4. Facilitate Decision-Making: Assist the editorial team in making informed decisions on manuscript acceptance, revision, or rejection.

Types of Peer Review

1. Double-Blind Peer Review

All manuscripts submitted to Power System Technology Journal undergo a double-blind peer-review process. This means that the identities of both the authors and the reviewers are concealed from each other. This approach ensures an unbiased evaluation of the manuscript.

2. Reviewer Selection

Reviewers are selected based on their expertise in the relevant field, ensuring a thorough and insightful evaluation of the manuscript. The editorial team considers the reviewer's expertise, experience, and absence of conflicts of interest during the selection process.

3. Reviewer Responsibilities

Reviewers are expected to:

  • Provide constructive, unbiased, and timely feedback.
  • Identify any potential ethical concerns or conflicts of interest.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of the review process.
  • Disclose if they are unable to provide a review within the specified time.

4. Editorial Decision

The editorial team considers the reviewers' comments, alongside other factors, in making decisions on manuscript acceptance, revision, or rejection. Authors receive detailed feedback to assist them in improving the quality of their work.


Power System Technology Journal is committed to efficient and timely peer-review processes.

Open Peer Review

At this time, Power System Technology Journal follows a double-blind peer-review model, and reviewer identities are not disclosed to authors. We are actively exploring options for open peer review and will update our policy accordingly.

Continuous Improvement

We continually strive to enhance the effectiveness and transparency of our peer-review process. Feedback from authors, reviewers, and readers is welcomed and considered for ongoing improvements.

For any inquiries or concerns related to the peer-review process, please contact our editorial team at [].

This Peer Review Policy reflects our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of scholarly publishing and ensuring the quality and integrity of the research published in Power System Technology Journal.