Energy modelling
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Energy modelling is a necessary method to obtain various data and analysis of energy demand and supply. Energy systems models allow to understand the complex energy sector and create the conditions for its possible future development. At the same time, models allow not only creating scenarios, but also formalizing disparate knowledge about complex interactions in the current energy state and structuring ideas about the impact of changes in the systems. Most importantly, modelling helps and allows policy makers to clearly express their opinion on the direction in which the energy sector should develop in order to achieve its goals.

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