Water-energy nexus in African power pools – The Dispa-SET Africa model

@article{Pavievi2021WaterenergyNI,
  title={Water-energy nexus in African power pools – The Dispa-SET Africa model},
  author={Matija Pavi{\vc}evi{\'c} and Matteo De Felice and Sebastian Busch and Ignacio Hidalgo Gonz{\'a}lez and Sylvain Quoilin},
  journal={Energy},
  year={2021},
  pages={120623}
}

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