Hi Robbie, all,
That's great news for broadening access and use of energy modelling tools.
The correct link to the appeal is:
(unless anyone has access to Robbie's hard-drive).
The PAC project fits well into this landscape, since they released their
scenario data as open data:
On 26/02/2021 08:50, Robbie Morrison wrote:
> Hello all
> The Renewables Grid Initiative (RGI) recently issued an appeal for NGOs
> in the energy and climate space to embrace open energy system modeling.
> See the direct references and cited references below for details.
> As mentioned earlier, RGI act as an interface between the electricity
> industry and the aforementioned NGOs within Europe.
> The open source PyPSA
> was used to assess "Paris Agreement Compatible Scenarios for Energy
> Infrastructure" (Zeyen /et al/ 2020) too. Although I am not entirely
> sure where the PAC workshops fit into this landscape — perhaps someone
> else (Tom?) on this list knows?
> with best wishes, Robbie
> Direct references
> RGI (25 February 2021). /Open source and open data in energy system
> modelling: why NGOs should engage with the topic/
> <file:~/Documents/20210225_Open_Source_appeal.pdf>. Berlin, Germany:
> Renewables Grid Initiative (RGI). PDF.
> RGI (23 February 2021). A call for an open source culture in energy
> system modelling
> Landing page.
> Cited references
> Cattaneo, Bruno (28 March 2019). Commission makes it even easier for
> citizens to reuse all information it publishes online
> /EU Science Hub — European Commission/. Last update: 5 April 2019.
> Hainsch, Karlo, Hanna Brauers, Thorsten Burandt, Leonard Göke, Christian
> von Hirschhausen, Claudia Kemfert, Mario Kendziorski, Konstantin
> Löffler, Pao-Yu Oei, Fabian Präger, and Ben Wealer (June 2020). /Make
> the European Green Deal real: combining climate neutrality and economic
> recovery — Politikberatung kompakt 153/
> Berlin, Germany: DIW Berlin (Deutsches Institut für
> Wirtschaftsforschung). ISBN 978‑3‑946417‑44‑6.
> Hirth, Lion, Ingmar Schlecht, and Jonathan Mühlenpfordt (6 November
> 2018). /Open data for electricity modeling: an assessment of input data
> for modeling the European electricity system regarding legal and
> technical usability — White paper/
> Berlin, Germany: Neon Neue Energieökonomik. A report for the Federal
> Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany.
> Zeyen, Elisabeth, Marta Victoria, and Tom Brown (15 October 2020). /PAC
> scenarios with PyPSA‑Eur‑Sec — Presentation/
> Presentation to 4th PAC scenario workshop.
> Robbie Morrison
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