open energy system modelling framework (oemof)

Name open energy system modelling framework
Acronym oemof
Institution(s) RLI Berlin, ZNES Flensburg
Author(s) (institution, working field, active time period) Guido Plessmann, Uwe Krien, Caroline Möller, Simon Hilpert, Cord Kaldemeyer, Clemens Wingenbach, Wolf-Dieter Bunke, Stephan Günther
Current contact person Guido Plessmann
Contact (e-mail) Guido.Plessmann@rl-institut.de
Website https://oemof.wordpress.com/
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Primary Purpose oemof is a framework for energy system model development and its application in energy system analysis.
Support / Community / Forum
Framework
Link to User Documentation https://github.com/oemof
Link to Developer/Code Documentation https://github.com/oemof
Documentation quality expandable
Source of funding ?
Number of devolopers less than 10
Number of users less than 100
Open Source
License Not decided yet
Source code available
GitHub
Link to source code https://github.com/oemof/oemof
Data provided all
Cooperative programming
GitHub Contributions Graph
Modelling software Python (3.4)
Internal data processing software Pandas, Postgresql
External optimizer
Additional software none
GUI
Citation reference -
Citation DOI -
References to reports produced using the model -
Larger scale usage The framework is currently developed and applied by the author institutions.
Modeled demand sectors Grid optimisation, demand simulation, feed-in simulation
Link to API documentation -
API to openmod database
Points/degree of abstraction oemof is meant to be a generic framework enabling modellers to easily create different energy system models.
Models using this framework renpassG!S, oemof app SmEnOs BBB

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