Selected ‘Starter kit’ energy system modelling data for selected countries in Africa, East Asia, and South America (#CCG, 2021)

  title={Selected ‘Starter kit’ energy system modelling data for selected countries in Africa, East Asia, and South America (\#CCG, 2021)},
  author={Lucy Allington and Carla Cannone and Ioannis Pappis and Karla Cervantes Barron and Will Usher and Steve Pye and Ed Brown and Mark Howells and Miriam Zachau Walker and Aniq Ahsan and Flora Charbonnier and Claire E. Halloran and Stephanie Hirmer and Jennifer Cronin and Constantinos Taliotis and Caroline Sundin and Vignesh Sridha and Eunice Pereira Ramos and Maarten Brinkerink and Paul Deane and Andrii Gritsevskyi and Gustavo Moura and Arnaud Rouget and David Wogan and Edito Barcelona and Taco Niet and Holger Rogner and Franz-Josef Bock and Jairo Quir{\'o}s-Tort{\'o}s and Jam Angulo-Paniagua and Satheesh Krishnamurthy and John Harrison and Long Seng To},
  journal={Data in Brief},
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