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Supplementary Information to: Cooling water availability for GB’s low carbon future

Sep 30, 2016

Abstract

The energy supply systems model was developed for the UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC) and is used on the CGEN+ optimisation model for energy infrastructure expansion planning.

Authors

Byers, E.A., Qadrdan, M., Leathard, A., Alderson, A., Hall, J.W., Amezaga, J.M., Tran, M., Kilsby, C. Chaudry, M.

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