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This module calculates the cost-minimal operation of a portfolio of heat supply technologies in a defined district heating system for each hour of the year. The inputs to the module are hourly profiles for the heat demand in the network, for the potential heat supply from different sources and for energy carrier prices. Furthermore, cost and efficiency parameters for each technology are required. The module yields the costs of heat supply, the share of energy carriers used and the implied CO2 emissions. The module can also be used to optimise the capacities of installed heat supply technologies.
The district heating supply module is a dispatch model which tries to find a cost optimum solution for covering the heat demand at every hour of the year.
> The method described here is to be understood as a first concept and can deviate from the actual implementation (model complexity, inputs and outputs, etc. must be seen from this point of view).
The module is implemented as a linear program and can be used on the one hand as a pure dispatch model and on the other hand for investment planning to cover a load profile. The objective function tries to find the minimum of the difference from the costs for providing the heat and revenues from electricity production.
IC(installed capacities multiplied by the annuities of the specific investment costs)
After you select a region and make no changes to the default parameters, the model will run in investment mode. This means that the installed capacities are also optimized for the optimal cost coverage of the heat demand .
Below you can see all input paramters that can be changed
Jeton Hasani, in Hotmaps Wiki, CM District heating supply dispatch (September 2020)
This page is written by Jeton Hasani*.
* Energy Economics Group - TU Wien Institute of Energy Systems and Electrical Drives Gusshausstrasse 27-29/370 1040 Wien
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We would like to convey our deepest appreciation to the Horizon 2020 Hotmaps Project (Grant Agreement number 723677), which provided the funding to carry out the present investigation.
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Last edited by JetonH, 2020-09-03 12:03:19