Description of the REMIND Model (Version 1.6)

@article{Luderer2015DescriptionOT,
  title={Description of the REMIND Model (Version 1.6)},
  author={Gunnar Luderer and Marian Leimbach and Nico Bauer and Elmar Kriegler and Lavinia Baumstark and Christoph Bertram and Anastasis Giannousakis and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Hilaire and David Klein and Antoine Levesque and Ioanna Mouratiadou and Michaja Pehl and Robert C. Pietzcker and Franziska Piontek and Niklas Roming and Anselm Schultes and Valeria Jana Schwanitz and Jessica Strefler},
  journal={Sustainability \& Economics eJournal},
  year={2015}
}
This document describes the REMIND model in its version 1.6. REMIND is an integrated assessment model of the energy-economy-climate system. REMIND stands for “Regional Model of Investments and Development.” 
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