Bringing the Tools to Support Canada's Energy Transition
Modelling projects received by EMI
Following the call for projects launched last July, over 40 submissions with excellent quality from a broad range of Canadian energy system modellers have been received, demonstrating the geographical and sectoral diversity of the community. Although all the projects proposed interesting potential contributions to the objectives of the Initiative, the selection committee had to choose 10 of them. To this list are added 3 projects that are either not eligible for funding or offered on a voluntary basis for synthesis.
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Table 1: Brief description of the modelling projects and associated documentation***
Examining the contribution of hydroelectric renewal and greenfield development to grid decarbonization: An enhanced capacity expansion model
Reza Arjmand, Richard Hendriks, Madeleine McPherson.
Sustainable Energy Systems Integration & Transitions Group, University of Victoria. Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto.
BESOS – an Expandable Building and Energy Simulation Platform
Gaëlle Faure, Theo Christiaanse, Paul Westermann, Ralph Evins.
Energy Systems and Sustainable Cities group, University of Victoria.
Interactions of policies acting at the local, sub- national, and national scales for Canada’s energy transition
Rose Murphy, Mark Jaccard, Bradford Griffin, Thomas Budd, Aaron Pardy.
School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University. Canadian Energy and Emissions Data Centre, Simon Fraser University.
Modelling of Remote Diesel-Based Power Systems in the Canadian Territories
Jason Zrum, Spencer Sumanik, Michael Ross.
Northern Energy Innovation, Yukon Research Centre, Yukon College.
Hourly Electricity Projections from Canada’s Energy Future 2019
Mantaj Hundal, Michael Nadew, Matthew Hansen.
Energy Outlooks Division, Canada Energy Regulator.
Management of Canada’s energy transition and associated risks through optimized CGE approach