Welcome to the full documentation on the Brabant energy system digital twin tool.
The tool has been made as a digital twin with elements of a serious game, aimed at policy makers. The main goal of the game is for policy makers to gain insight into the system effects, key choices and trade-offs when creating sustainability strategies for their neighborhoods. We start by modelling indivdual households in neighborhoods and scale-up to show grid congestion and availability of heat sources on a provincial level.
Do you want to get started or link to some further documentation? This documentation contains details on the user interface, results, calculations and data. See the full documentation Contents. The documentation can be valuable for both users and modellers.
Besides this you can the links underneath to navigate to the source code of both models, and the tool itself.
Go to the User Manual
Go to the tool
Go to the neighborhood model github
Go to the province model github
Intellectual property and usage
The model is aimed at giving insight in key dynamics and trade-offs in energy transition strategies. Do you want to use the model to develop more detailed sustainability strategies or investment decisions, get into contact with us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is an open-source model which can be used, modified and distributed under GLU 3.0 License, see license
Contact and questions
The model has been developed by Naud Loomans, PhD. student at the Eindhoven University of Technology and employee at Zenmo Simulations. Click here for an overview of the academic research profile related to this model. For contact or questions read the docs or send an email to email@example.com.
- User Manual
- Neighborhood model
- Province model
- Key-peformance indicators
- Work with the models yourself