A general source-sink model with inoperability constraints for robust energy sector planning

@inproceedings{Tan2011AGS,
  title={A general source-sink model with inoperability constraints for robust energy sector planning},
  author={Raymond R. Tan},
  year={2011}
}
The concept of inoperability was originally introduced as a means of quantifying risk in systems comprised of interdependent subsystems, using a modified input–output framework. This paper describes a novel robust optimization model for energy planning with inoperability constraints. The formulation is based on the established source-sink framework, which has been used extensively for energy planning applications under various environmental footprint constraints. The proposed model determines… CONTINUE READING

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