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Just to take up the threads again: Recently I’ve been in touch with two different research groups who are purchasing access to the WEPP data base from S&P and none of them got the information that maintenance will be stopped. They rather got contracts for the next three years. However, these three years mean access and no updates later on. So at least promising updates and stopping maintenance at the same time appears a little contradicting.
And as we’re already talking, a question into the community, I’d really appreciate some opinions to the following question: What have been your main reasons for purchasing this database?
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On the topic of accuracy, here is a
modified screenshot from the mini‑workshop talk by Sylvain
Quoilin on the Dispa‑SET Africa model. Angola (AO) is on the
far left. The databases available to researchers understate the
installed capacity by about 50% or more.
with best wishes, Robbie
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