Trends in tools and approaches for modelling the energy transition

@article{Chang2021TrendsIT,
  title={Trends in tools and approaches for modelling the energy transition},
  author={Miguel Chang and Jakob Zink Thellufsen and Behnam Zakeri and Bryn Pickering and Stefan Pfenninger and Henrik Brynthe Lund and Poul Alberg {\O}stergaard},
  journal={Applied Energy},
  year={2021}
}

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