By George Giannakidis, Maryse Labriet, Brian Ó Gallachóir, GianCarlo Tosato
This booklet highlights how energy-system types are used to underpin and help power and weather mitigation coverage judgements at nationwide, multi-country and international degrees. It brings jointly, for the 1st time in a single quantity, various methodological ways and case experiences of excellent modeling perform on a countrywide and foreign scale from the IEA-ETSAP power know-how initiative. It offers insights for the reader into the wealthy and sundry functions of energy-system types and the underlying methodologies and coverage questions they could handle. The booklet demonstrates how those versions are used to respond to advanced coverage questions, together with these on the subject of power safety, weather switch mitigation and the optimum allocation of power assets. it is going to entice strength engineers and expertise experts searching for a motive for innovation within the box of strength applied sciences and insights into their evolving expenses and advantages. power economists will achieve an figuring out of the major destiny position of strength applied sciences and coverage makers will find out how energy-system modeling groups supplies exact views on nationwide strength and atmosphere demanding situations. The e-book is thoroughly dependent into 3 elements which concentrate on i) coverage judgements which were underpinned through energy-system versions, ii) particular elements of provide and end-use area modeling, together with know-how studying and behaviour and iii) how extra insights should be won from linking energy-system versions with different versions. The chapters elucidate key methodological positive aspects sponsored up with concrete purposes. The publication demonstrates the excessive measure of flexibleness of the modeling instruments used to symbolize super assorted power structures, from nationwide to worldwide levels.
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Informing Energy and Climate Policies Using Energy Systems Models: Insights from Scenario Analysis Increasing the Evidence Base by George Giannakidis, Maryse Labriet, Brian Ó Gallachóir, GianCarlo Tosato