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Revision as of 08:02, 5 May 2014

Innovating Energy Access for Remote Areas: Discovering Untapped Resources
About the International DAAD-Alumni Summer School, Sustainable Provision of Rural RE
Programme
Participants Presentations
Speaker Presentations


System Analysis of Electricity Infrastructure Evolution Using Hybrid Method Simulation Tool

Presenter: Daye Eom (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology)


Overview

Hybrid modeling method proposed in our work depicts the concept of the electricity infrastructure evolution. In our model, we address the electricity infrastructure as a part of society having socio-economic dynamics. Each agent represents a village and chooses the optimal type of electricity infrastructure based on the independent decision rules. Once the type of infrastructure is determined, the system dynamics of the local environment drives the embedded agent behaviors. The combination of different methodologies can effectively describe the final electricity infrastructure that “emerges” from the integration of individual behaviors of all agents. The study shows sample runs of simulation, yet future work needs to be done followed by case studies[1].
File:Experience from First Solar Mini Grid Service in Bangladesh.pdf


References

  1. System Analysis of Electricity Infrastructure Evolution Using Hybrid Method Simulation Tool. Daye Eom and Scott Kennedy.