OnSSET (Open Source Spatial Electrification Tool)

OnSSET has been designed for identifying least-cost technology options to electrify areas presently unserved by grid-based electricity and to estimate associated investment needs related to electrification.

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Quoted from: https://onsset-manual.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Overview.html 

Installation

Requirements

gep_onsset requires Python >= 3.5 with the following packages installed:

  • et-xmlfile>=1.0
  • jdcal>=1.4
  • numpy>=1.16
  • openpyxl>=2.6
  • pandas>=0.24
  • python-dateutil>=2.8
  • pytz==2019.1
  • six>=1.12
  • xlrd>=1.2

Install with pip

` python -m pip install -i https://test.pypi.org/simple/ gep-onsset `

Install from GitHub

Download or clone the repository and install the required packages (preferably in a virtual environment):

` git clone https://github.com/global-electrification-platform/gep-onsset.git `

` cd gep-onsset `

` pip install -r requirements.txt `

Note

The use of GEP generator requires also installation of

  • IPython
  • jupyter
  • matplotlib
  • seaborn

Supporting Methods & Tools

The Open Source Spatial Electrification Tool (OnSSET)

gep_onsset code is a modified version of the OnSSET model, accustomed to serve the Global Electrificatio platform. The methodology behind the model is available in a peer-reviewed academic publication available online since April 2019.

Q-GIS plug-in for developing population clusters

The identification of population settlements is the basis of the electrification analysis in many models. gep_onsset requires that population settlements are represented as vector clusters. KTH dESA has developed a methodology for generating such vector clusters based on open access data. The output dataset is openly accessible. Furthermore, an open source Q-GIS plug-in.

Note

The above methodology requires processing in Q-GIS (an open-source GIS software).

Q-GIS plug-in for extracting GIS information to vector clusters

Geospatial electrification models are inextricably connected with GIS data. Extracting geospatial information to each vector cluster (see above), is therefore a necessary yet time consuming process. The extraction commands can be executed manually in QGIS; however, the KTH team has developed a Q-GIS plugin in order to automate the process.

Note

In order to run succelfully run gep_onsset the vector clusters need to be attributed using 26 GIS layers. An extensive list of those together with open access sources is available here.

Training material

Training material related to the use of gep_onsset package are available on Google’s Open Online Education platform.

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KTH division of Energy Systems (2019). OnSSET (Open Source Spatial Electrification Tool), Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/c51ad1dc-69ff-4e82-9007-37cff597d01d
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