DESSTINEE model (Demand for Energy Services, Supply and Transmission in EuropE)

The DESSTINEE model is a model of the European energy system in 2050, with a focus on the electricity system.

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The DESSTINEE model (Demand for Energy Services, Supply and Transmission in EuropE) a model of the European energy system in 2050, with a focus on the electricity system. The model is designed to test assumptions about the technical requirements for energy transport (particularly for electricity), and the scale of the economic challenge to develop the necessary infrastructure. Forty countries are considered in and around Europe, and 10 forms of primary and secondary energy. The model uses a predictive simulation technique, rather than solving a partial or general equilibrium. Data is therefore specified by the user (exogenously), and the model calculates a set of answers for the given set of assumptions.

The DESSTINEE model is available as a set of standalone Excel spreadsheets which perform three tasks: 1. Project annual energy demands at country-level forwards to 2050; 2. Synthesise hourly profiles for electricity demand in 2010 and 2050; 3. Simulate the least-cost generation and transmission of electricity around the continent.

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Iain Staffell and Richard Green (2019). DESSTINEE model (Demand for Energy Services, Supply and Transmission in EuropE), Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/ccb4c3ae-d36e-4b15-8549-ff904ed3ad5b
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