SET-Nav Modelling Workshop, 24 - 25 November 2016, Trondheim, Norway

The SET-Nav Modelling workshop "Top-Down Bottom-Up Hybrid Modeling" in Trondheim, Norway was successfully held on the 24 - 25 of November 2016. 

The structure of the 2-day workshop was:

~ 3h methods of hybrid modelling in complementarity framework.
~ 3h hands-on exercises of hybrid modelling in complementarity framework.
~ 2-3h hybrid modelling in the TIMES-MARKAL model family.
~ Half a day applications of hybrid modeling.

Find more detais in the invitation of the workshop. 

Read now the Issue Paper on Hybrid Modelling: Linking and Integrating Top-Down and Bottom-Up Models!

Download now the Discussion paper: A three-model linkage for energy-economics-environmental analysis: TIMES, REMES, and EXIOBASE

Download the Agenda of the workshop here!

Download now the presentations of the Workshop here:

Top-down bottom-up hybrid modelling, by Franziska Holz, DIW Berlin and Ruud Egging, NTNU

Integrating Bottom-Up into Top-Down: A Mixed Complementarity Approach, by Christoph Böhringer, University of Oldenburg and Thomas F. Rutherford, University of Wisconsin (Madison)

Integrated Assessment of Energy Policies: A Decomposition of Top-Down and Bottom-Upby Christoph Böhringer, University of Oldenburg and Thomas F. Rutherford, University of Wisconsin (Madison)

Activity Analysis: From NLP To MCPby Christoph Böhringer, University of Oldenburg and Thomas F. Rutherford, University of Wisconsin (Madison)

Bottom-up/Top-down modeling Applied Aspects and Large Scale Applications, by Jan Abrell, ETH Zurich

Hybrid modelling: Some practical applications, by Ulrich Fahl, University of Stuttgart

REMES, RCGE Modelby Gerardo A. Perez-Valdes, SINTEF

Hardlinking an energy system model and a computable general equilibrium model: TIMES and REMES, by Per Ivar Helgesen, NTNU, Gerardo A. Perez-Valdes, SINTEF

Market-based transmission expansion planning using an area and unit decomposition approach, by Philipp Härtel, Fraunhofer IWES