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This project aims at setting up both a database and a python toolkit called disaggregator for

  • temporal and
  • spatial disagregation

of demands of

  • electricity,
  • heat and
  • natural gas

of the final energy sectors

  • private households,
  • commerce, trade & services (CTS) and
  • industry.

Installation

Before we really start, please install conda through the latest Anaconda package or via miniconda. After successfully installing conda, open the Anaconda Powershell Prompt.
For experts: You can also open a bash shell (Linux) or command prompt (Windows), but then make sure that your local environment variable PATH points to your anaconda installation directory.

Now, in the root folder of the project create an environment to work in that will be called disaggregator via

$ conda env create -f environment.yml

which installs all required packages. Then activate the environment

$ conda activate disaggregator

How to start

Once the environment is activated, you can start a Jupyter Notebook from there

(disaggregator) $ jupyter notebook

As soon as the Jupyter Notebook opens in your browser, click on the 01_Demo_data-and-config.ipynb file to start with a demonstration:

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Results

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How does it work?

For each of the three sectors 'private households', 'commerce, trade & services' and 'industry' the spatial and temporal disaggregation is accomplished through application of various functions. These functions take input data from a database and return the desired output as shwon in the diagram. There are four Demo-Notebooks to present these functions and demonstrate their execution.

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Acknowledgements

The development of disaggregator was part of the joint DemandRegio-Project which was carried out by

  • Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (Simon Burges, Bastian Gillessen, Fabian Gotzens)
  • Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft e.V. (Tobias Schmid)
  • Technical University of Berlin (Stephan Seim, Paul Verwiebe)

License

Current version of software written and maintained by Paul A. Verwiebe (TUB)

Original version of software written by Fabian P. Gotzens (FZJ), Paul A. Verwiebe (TUB), Maike Held (TUB), 2019/20.

disaggregator is released as free software under the GPLv3, see LICENSE for further information.

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