The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) is carrying out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy. The JRC recently started using Artelys Crystal Super Grid. The modelling platform enables the JRC analysts and developers to create and modify models of the European energy system, and to enrich the library of key performance indicators via an intuitive graphical user interface. In particular, the JRC can run large-scale simulations (e.g. multi-energy capacity expansion planning at the European level) using a cutting-edge decomposition algorithm that fully takes advantage of the parallel architecture of their high-performance computing servers. The tool offers a rich library of visualisation options, allowing analysts to extract detailed and/or aggregated results and to share insights with colleagues.
The METIS models (which will soon be made publicly available by the EC) can easily be imported, analysed, and modified with the Artelys Crystal Super Grid modelling platform. The scenarios generated by the JRC can also be exported as METIS-compatible models and datasets that can be shared with DG ENER analysts.
For more information on Artelys Crystal Super Grid, do not hesitate to contact us.
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