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Here we include information on a range of software tools and databases that you may find useful for sustainable energy analysis. Please contact us if you wish to suggest additional tools. Please note that, apart from LEAP, these tools are developed by external organizations and are not supported by the COMMEND community. Cities for Climate Protection Software (CCP) CCP is a software tool designed primarily to help members of ICLEI's Cities for Climate Protection Campaign develop their local climate action plans. COMPOSE (Compare Options for Sustainable Energy) is a software tool for energy systems analysis. CO2DB is a database containing detailed data on carbon mitigation technologies. EFFECT forecasts GHG emissions for given development scenarios or policy choices. EnergyPLAN Energy Costing Tool Power Systems Analysis Software - Open Electrical. From Open Electrical Power systems analysis and simulation software are ubiquitous in electrical engineering practice.

Power Systems Analysis Software - Open Electrical

Initially, they were used to quickly solve the non-linear load flow problem and calculate short circuit currents, but their use has been extended to many other areas such as power system stability, protection and coordination, contingency / reliability, economic modelling, etc. This article provides a list of the most common software packages used for power systems analysis, and surveys both commercial and non-commercial software (listed in alphabetical order by vendor name).

Commercial Software ASPEN (Advanced Systems for Power Engineering) are a California based company that develops the following separate Windows platform products: BCP Switzerland (NEPLAN) BCP Switzerland are a Zurich-based company and the developers of NEPLAN, a modular power systems analysis package. PSCC 2014 - 18th Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC'14) We have the great pleasure of inviting you to the 18 th Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC'14) which will take place in Wroclaw, Poland, August 18-22, 2014.

PSCC 2014 - 18th Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC'14)

The Power Systems Computation Conference has developed into one of the most prestigious conferences in the area. The Conference gives to the international forum of researchers and power system engineers a good opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences on the latest developments in the field. The emphasis is placed on both theoretical developments as well as on practical applications in the utility and manufacturing industries.

The Power Systems Computation Conference is being organised every three years, and the five latest conferences were held: in Stockholm (PSCC 2011), in Glasgow (PSCC 2008), in Liège (PSCC 2005), in Sevilla (PSCC 2002) and in Trondheim (PSCC 1999). The first PSCC was organized in the early sixties.