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GENeSYS-MOD, TU Berlin

The Global Energy System Model (GENeSYS-MOD) is an open-source energy system model, originally based on the Open-Source Energy Modeling System (OSeMOSYS) framework. While still part of the OSeMOSYS family of models, various aspects have been redesigned, expanded, or added. GENeSYS-MOD is a linear program, minimizing total system costs. Energy demands are exogenously predefined and the model needs to provide the necessary capacities to meet them. The modeling framework is very flexible in its use cases. Based on research question and input data, calculations can be done from a household-basis to a global aggregation of regions. In essence, GENeSYS-MOD can be

Case Study 5 Impact of decentralization of investment decisions in power systems

OpenEntrance Case Study 5 The main issue of case study 5 (CS5) is to evaluate the impact of decentralization of investment decisions compared to centralized decisions on power systems. More specifically, the centralized framework is viewed here as the least cost case and is considered as a baseline. All resources are supposed to be exploited in a common objective taking advantage of geographical disparities. On the other hand, decentralization is the natural trend we are following because, it allows to enhance acceptance and active participation of communities in fully exploiting the potential of local flexibilities involving distributed renewable generation, heat,

FRESH:COM, TU Wien

The peer-to-peer electricity trading model FRESH:COM developed by TU Wien is part of the case study “Behavior of communities of actors” within the H2020 project openENTRANCE. The model was transformed to an open-source model during the project. It is now publicly available on GitHub at github.com/tperger/FRESH-COM implemented in Python. The linear optimization model perfectly allocates prosumers’ renewable electricity generation from PV systems supported by battery energy storage systems (BESSs) among the actors of the community, considering each actor’s willingness-to-pay for avoiding emissions and for purchasing PV electricity generated by the community. The prosumers become active participants in decentralized energy markets,