An electricity triangle for energy transition: Application to Italy

@article{Bompard2020AnET,
  title={An electricity triangle for energy transition: Application to Italy},
  author={Ettore Francesco Bompard and Audun Botterud and Stefano Paolo Corgnati and Tao Huang and Mehdi Jafari and Pierluigi Leone and Stefano Mauro and Giuseppe Montesano and Carmelo Papa and Francesco Profumo},
  journal={Applied Energy},
  year={2020}
}

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