Leveraging Open-Source Tools for Collaborative Macro-energy System Modeling Efforts

@article{DeCarolis2020LeveragingOT,
  title={Leveraging Open-Source Tools for Collaborative Macro-energy System Modeling Efforts},
  author={Joseph F. DeCarolis and Paulina Jaramillo and Jeremiah X. Johnson and David L. McCollum and Evelina Trutnevyte and David C. Daniels and G{\"o}kçe Akın-Olçum and Joule A. Bergerson and Soolyeon Cho and Joon-Ho Choi and Michael T. Craig and Anderson Rodrigo de Queiroz and Hadi Eshraghi and Christopher S. Galik and Timothy G. Gutowski and Karl R. Haapala and Bri-Mathias S. Hodge and Simi Hoque and Jesse D. Jenkins and Alan Jenn and Daniel J. A. Johansson and Noah Kaufman and Juha Kiviluoma and Zhenhong Lin and Heather L. MacLean and Eric R. Masanet and Mohammad S. Masnadi and Colin A. McMillan and Destenie Nock and Neha S. Patankar and Dalia Patino-Echeverri and Greg Schivley and Sauleh Ahmad Siddiqui and Amanda D. Smith and Aranya Venkatesh and Gernot Wagner and Sonia Yeh and Yuyu Zhou},
  journal={Joule},
  year={2020}
}

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