An open source energy system simulation model as an instrument for public participation in the development of strategies for a sustainable future

@article{Wiese2014AnOS,
  title={An open source energy system simulation model as an instrument for public participation in the development of strategies for a sustainable future},
  author={Frauke Wiese and Gesine B{\"o}kenkamp and Clemens Wingenbach and Olav H. Hohmeyer},
  journal={Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={3}
}
The mitigation of climate change demands a decarbonisation of the energy supply of industrialized countries by 2050. This requires fundamental changes of the energy system, high efficiency improvements and a transition to 100% renewable energy supply. A successful transition will need an extremely high acceptance of the general public to be achieved in the given time frame. The necessity of new production, transmission and storage facilities can only by analyzed by highly complex analytical… 

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