The openENTRANCE platform allows an extended and open functionality by enabling third party users to have access to input data, tools and modelling results. Third parties will also be allowed to link their own tools in the modelling suite.
The platform will provide a large-scale common database with data about human behaviour which can be used in modelling exercises, as well as downloaded. Open data from EU-wide behavioural experiments and real-life multi-national field-tests of households’ response to flexible electricity tariffs will be available for use in the open models. In addition, third party users will also be able to upload own data to conduct analyses with the modelling suite.
The common database, hosted by the project partner IIASA, will be openly available to use by any interested stakeholder for at least 10 years after the project’s conclusion.