The SESMG is an energy system model generator with the focus on the optimization of urban energy systems, which can, however, also be used for the modeling of other types of energy systems. The SESMG is based on the 'Open Energy Modelling Framework' (oemof) and comes, compared to other modeling tools with advantages regarding user-friendliness, as
Furthermore, the SESMG comes with important modeling methods, enabling holistic modeling of spatially high resolution modeling of mixed-use multi energy systems, such as
A detailed description of the installation process for Windows, MacOS and Linux can be found in the documentation (chapter installation).
Examples are stored in a separate GIT-Repository: SESMG/SESMG-Examples
✓ Draft (alpha, beta) State
✓ Modeling and Optimization of holistic energy systems
✓ Automated modeling of urban energy systems
✓ Several result plotting oportunities
✓ Usable on Windows, MacOS and Linux
✘ More time to code other things ... wait ✓!
The documentation, which includes detailed instructions for installation and use, troubleshooting and much more, can be accessed via the following link:
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Code of Conduct can be found here.
Münster University of Applied Sciences
Christian Klemm - [email protected]
The Spreadsheet Energy System Model Generator was carried out within the research project R2Q "Resource Planing for Urban Districts". The project was funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) funding program RES:Z "Resource-Efficient Urban Districts". The funding measure is part of the flagship initiative "City of the Future" within the BMBF's framework programme "Research for Sustainable Development - FONA3". The contributors gratefully acknowledge the support of BMBF (grant number 033W102).
This project is published under GNU GPL-3.0 license, click here for more details.
Issues and Pull Requests are greatly appreciated. If you've never contributed to an open source project before I'm more than happy to walk you through how to create a pull request.
Detailed description of the contribution procedure as well as the projects coding standards can be found here.