Energy modelling – a quest for a more open and transparent approach
"Energy models are widely used for policy advice and research. They serve to help answer questions on energy policy, decarbonisation, and transitions towards renewable energy sources. […] We believe that more openness in energy modelling increases transparency and credibility, reduces wasteful double-work and improves overall quality. This allows the community to advance the research frontier and gain the highest benefit from energy modelling for society." – from the manifesto of the Open Energy Modelling Initiative (open-mod).
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2018
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