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    Review of 'SUDAN & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (ACTIVE MARKET BETWEEN REALITY & CHACHALLENGES)'

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    SUDAN & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (ACTIVE MARKET BETWEEN REALITY & CHACHALLENGES)Crossref
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    SUDAN & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY (ACTIVE MARKET BETWEEN REALITY & CHACHALLENGES)

     Ahmed Mohamed Afandy (corresponding) (2020)
    Energy is the key to sustainable development in all countries of the world and is the engine of evolution Humanity and urbanization in various sectors of life & if we look at Sudan as a country we find that it suffers from a significant shortage of hardened dam Its output from the energy Production for the population is up to (38%) compared to the Arab countries such as the Egypt (98%) and the Gulf States (100%) or African countries such as the Kenya (48%), of the vast area of Sudan and the high transport cost of many remote areas.
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      10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-ENG.APVRXLD.v1.RJNSEF

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      The author attempts to present recommendations for developing the renewable energy sector in Sudan; however, does a very poor job. 

      The article suffers immense issues and misses numerous critcial elements. It is not suitable for publication and requires major revision and resubmission as a new manuscript.

      The main weakenesses:

      - There is no abstract in the manuscript. The abstract submitted through the submission is merely the first few sentences of the introduction heading.

      - The introduction and literature are very brief with very few citations!

      - There are major issues in organizing content in the manuscript

      - The author doesn't review in a critical manner the current energy situation in Sudan, doesn't present findings from previous studies, presents only a few statistics, and overall presents a shallow descriptive analysis which is not supported by evidence from the literature

      - Several figures are in Arabic which is not acceptable and breaches the publication policies of the journal

      - The article is very short and should be expanded to be at least 4000 words

      - Extensive English proof-reading is required

      Suggestions for improvement:

      - Conduct a better literature review. The author should refer to the latest reports by IRENA, The World Bank, and peer-reviewed papers

      - Organize the content; starting with a situations and gap analysis, and then recommendations.

      - Support your proposed recommendations with experiences of similar countries.

      - Analysis should more quantitative

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