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Add add_out/add_cap variables to results object #58
I pushed a few changes on the
For the objective value, I don't know where to get this after a successful solph run. Could you please tell me where the objective value is located after optimization, @simonhilpert ? Probably somewhere on the optimization model, but I guess its faster to ask you then to search around.
@ckaldemeyer sure thing. I still think in the long run the dataframe and the results object should become one anyway if it's possible.
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Jan 29, 2016
According to my tests it should work, but I don't know whether it works the way you expect it to work, @caro-rli . You can try it out and close the issue if you're satisfied, or tell us how to change it otherwise.
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Feb 2, 2016
Ok, I finally tested it and it works for me for the objective and the storage capacity with
But I have problems with the pv and wind components.
produces an error
gives me "None". Shouldn't this be the maximum output power of the storage?
Ok. This will definitely take a little bit longer to figure out. I actually did cater for
There might be a relation to the problem I mentioned in #149
But this is somehow only the case for the storage capacity. The objective for example can be addressed also with a restored energy system.
This is the error message I get: