Pypsa

PyPSA: Python for Power System Analysis. PyPSA stands for ”Python for Power System Analysis”. It is pronounced ”pipes-ah”. PyPSA is a free software toolbox for simulating and optimising modern power systems that include features such as conventional generators with unit commitment, variable wind and solar generation, storage units, sector coupling and mixed alternating and direct current networks. PyPSA is designed to scale well with large networks and long time series.


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  1. Hilpert, S.; Günther, S.; Söthe, M.: oemof.tabular - Introducing Data Packages for Reproducible Workflows in Energy System Modeling (2021) not zbMATH
  2. Gonzague Henri, Tanguy Levent, Avishai Halev, Reda Alami, Philippe Cordier: pymgrid: An Open-Source Python Microgrid Simulator for Applied Artificial Intelligence Research (2020) arXiv
  3. Josiah Johnston; Rodrigo Henriquez-Auba; Benjamin Maluenda; Matthias Fripp: Switch 2.0: A modern platform for planning high-renewable power systems (2020) not zbMATH
  4. Leonard Göke: AnyMOD - A graph-based framework for energy system modelling with high levels of renewables and sector integration (2020) arXiv
  5. Lucas Elias Kuepper; Holger Teichgraeber; Adam R. Brandt: CapacityExpansion: A capacity expansion modeling framework in Julia (2020) not zbMATH
  6. Md Ashfaqur Rahman: Torrit: A GUI-Based Power System Simulation Platform (2020) arXiv
  7. Moret, Stefano; Babonneau, Frédéric; Bierlaire, Michel; Maréchal, François: Decision support for strategic energy planning: a robust optimization framework (2020)
  8. Stefan Heid; Daniel Weber; Henrik Bode; Eyke Hüllermeier; Oliver Wallscheid: OMG: A Scalable and Flexible Simulation and Testing Environment Toolbox for Intelligent Microgrid Control (2020) not zbMATH
  9. Leon Thurner, Alexander Scheidler, Florian Schaefer, Jan-Hendrik Menke, Julian Dollichon, Friederike Meier, Steffen Meinecke, Martin Braun: Pandapower - an Open Source Python Tool for Convenient Modeling, Analysis and Optimization of Electric Power Systems (2017) arXiv