tellis an open-source Python package to model future hourly total electricity loads.
tell was created to:
Project the short- and long-term evolution of hourly electricity demand in response to changes in weather and climate.
Work at a spatial resolution adequate for input to a unit commitment/economic dispatch (UC/ED) model.
Maintain consistency with the long-term growth and evolution of annual state-level electricity demand projected by an economically driven human-Earth system model.
tell is available via GitHub repository by using the pip install functionality.
tell requires a Python version between 3.8 and 4.0 as well as a pip install to import the package.
tell has been tested on
Windows and Mac platforms. (Note: For those installing on Windows,
tell is supported by GeoPandas functionality. Please see suggestions for installing GeoPandas on Windows here:
pip install tell
tell using the quickstarter tutorial: Quickstarter.
tell? Get familiar with what
tell is all about in our Getting Started documentation.
Our User Guide provides in-depth information on the key concepts of
tell and how the model works.
Whether you find a typo in the documentation, find a bug, or want to develop functionality that you think will make
tell more robust, you are welcome to contribute. Please see our Contribution Guidelines for more details.
The API Reference contains a detailed description of the
tell API. The reference describes how the methods work and which parameters can be used. It assumes that you have an understanding of the key concepts.
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