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A Model for Cost- and Greenhouse Gas Optimal Material and Energy Allocation of Biomass and Hydrogen

Abstract

BENOPT, an optimal material and energy allocation model is presented, which is used to assess cost-optimal and/or greenhouse gas abatement optimal allocation of renewable energy carriers across power, heat and transport sectors. A high level of detail on the processes from source to end service enables detailed life-cycle greenhouse gas and cost assessments. Pareto analyses can be performed, as well as thorough sensitivity analyses. The model is designed to analyse optimal biomass and hydrogen usage, as a complement to integrated assessment and power system models

Funding source: This work was funded by the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers and through the research project Begleitforschung Energiewende im Verkehr - BEniVer, Funding program ‘‘Energiewende im Verkehr’’, Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi), Germany - Grant number 03EIV116F.
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
Countries: Germany ; Sweden
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2022-11-08
2023-01-27
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