Last update: 2023-09-01
The workshop is open to the interested public, there is no admission fee. Registration to the event will open soon.
All times CEST (UTC+2).
Part 1: Research and Results
|09:30h||Welcome and Introduction|
|09:45h||Capacity Markets and Energy Only Markets|
|10:30h||TradeRES Models, Cast Studies and Scenarios|
|11:15h||Support Instruments: Theory and Model Results|
|12:30h||End of Part 1|
Part 2: Hands-on Tool Demonstration
|14:00||Welcome and Introduction|
|14:15||AMIRIS + Spine Toolbox: Installation and Execution|
|14:30||Parametrise Market Designs in AMIRIS|
|15:45||Backbone + Spine Toolbox: Installation and Execution|
|17:00||End of Part 2|
To avoid waiting times for downloads and installation processes during the workshop, we ask all participants to check if their system meets these requirements. Both, AMIRIS and Backbone require Python and Spine-Toolbox for the version shown in this tutorial.
You can test if you have Python available by using the command
This should show your Python version if the Python command was found.
Note that if you use a Python environment manager you can have several Python versions on your system side by side.
If you do not have Python installed on your system, you may use e.g. conda or mamba.
We will use a Python 3.9 installation for this tutorial.
AMIRIS also requires Java JDK 11 or above. It operates on Windows, Linux and Mac. In this tutorial, we will use AMIRIS integrated within Spine-Toolbox.
You can test if you have a JDK by using the command
java --version (or
java -version on some systems).
This should show your Java version if Java was found.
If you get a command not found error, or if Java version is less than 11 please download and install a recent JDK from e.g. here.
Backbone requires a working GAMS installation and licence.