Considering the energy, water and food nexus: Towards an integrated modelling approach
OSeMOSYS: The Open Source Energy Modeling System: An introduction to its ethos, structure and development
Integrated analysis of climate change, land-use, energy and water strategies
Land, energy and water are our most precious resources, but the manner and extent to which they are exploited contributes to climate change. Meanwhile, the systems that provide these resources are…
A GIS-based approach for electrification planning-A case study on Nigeria
Limited impact on decadal-scale climate change from increased use of natural gas
It is shown that market-driven increases in global supplies of unconventional natural gas do not discernibly reduce the trajectory of greenhouse gas emissions or climate forcing, and although market penetration of globally abundant gas may substantially change the future energy system, it is not necessarily an effective substitute for climate change mitigation policy.
Lighting the World: the first application of an open source, spatial electrification tool (OnSSET) on Sub-Saharan Africa
In September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Agenda 2030, which comprises a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by 169 targets. ‘Ensuring access to affordable,…
Modelling elements of Smart Grids – Enhancing the OSeMOSYS (Open Source Energy Modelling System) code
Supporting security and adequacy in future energy systems: The need to enhance long‐term energy system models to better treat issues related to variability
This application presents an extended functionality to the Open Source Energy Modelling System (OSeMOSYS), which captures the impacts of short-term variability of supply and demand on system adequacy and security and modelled the systemadequacy as the share of wind energy is increased.
Desalination using renewable energy sources on the arid islands of South Aegean Sea