A systemic approach to analyze integrated energy system modeling tools: A review of national models
J. Sijm and
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2020, vol. 133, issue C
We reviewed the literature focusing on nineteen integrated Energy System Models (ESMs) to: (i) identify the capabilities and shortcomings of current ESMs to analyze adequately the transition towards a low-carbon energy system; (ii) assess the performance of the selected models by means of the derived criteria, and (iii) discuss some potential solutions to address the ESM gaps.
Keywords: Future energy systems; Energy system model; Energy modeling challenges; Multi-criteria analysis; Soft-linking models; Hard-linking models; Model integration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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