we are pleased to announce the preliminary agenda for the upcoming oemof user meeting in May 2022 in Flensburg.
Wednesday, 18.5.2022, 13:30 – Thursday, 19.5.2022, 15:45
Thursday, 19.5.2022, 15:45 – Friday, 20.5.2022, 13:00
Developer focus, but open for interested users
See the detailed agenda for more information.
Still not registered? Please use the registration form until May, 7th.
If you have any questions feel free to contact us.
we are pleased to announce the upcoming oemof user meeting in May 2022 in Flensburg.
The meeting is open to all who use or develop the software, as well as interested new users.
Continue reading “Next oemof user meeting in May 2022 in Flensburg”
Oemof is a community project! We are happy to exchange ideas with developers and users. So let’s get together, share knowledge and inspire each other. Learn more about planned developments, find people to collaborate with on your projects and get your questions answered.
the timetable of next oemof developer meeting from Wednesday the 2nd to Friday the 4th of December 2020 has been set up!
You are cordially invited to take part.
Please register by writing your name in the wiki, or by adding a short comment in the issue. If you are only interested in a few session, please also indicate that in your comment, or write your name directly to the sessions.
The link for the virtual conference room:
We look forward to seeing you!
With the new minor release v0.2.3 it is possible to install oemof directly on a Python 3.7 environment.
As nothing else has changed you do not have to update your version if you have v0.2.2 installed.
Look out for the next major release (v0.3.0) scheduled for January 2019 ⛄
The article “A qualitative evaluation approach for energy system modelling frameworks” is published in Energy, Sustainability and Society.
The authors identified ‘complexity’, ‘scientific standards’, ‘utilisation’, ‘interdisciplinary modelling’ and ‘uncertainty’ as the current main challenges of energy system modelling. By means of a case study, oemof’s contribution to tackle these challenges is analysed.
Our oemof article has been finally published in Energy Strategy Reviews.
Some key points that are covered in the article:
* Comparison of oemof and other open models
* Concept, architecture and implementation
* Usage concept
* Mathematical description
If you do not have access to the sciencedirect network you can download the paper for free until the beginning of September using this link.
If you are interested in obtaining the original version of the paper after the free phase until the beginning of September you can contact us to get your personal copy. Alternatively, you can download an e-print of the last version on arXiv.
Some bug fixes, a revised storage component, more tests and some documentation improvements are worth a summer release 🌞🌞🌞
See the whatsnew section of the documentation for detailed information.
Use github for bug reports and the forum for user questions.
And follow us on https://oemof.org 😎
This late winter/early spring release comprises some new features like minimum up- and downtime constraints and some new functions for the processing of results. Some bug fixes and improvements keep oemof functional and up-to-date.
Checkout the ‘What’s new’ section of the actual documentation for more detailed information.
With this release the pyomo issue is fixed. Please upgrade oemof to bring everything in line (see below for v0.1.x and v0.2.x). Continue reading “Gambling Generator – v0.2.1”
After the oemof User Meeting in May 2017 at RLI in Berlin the focus of the upcoming meeting lies on the organisation of collaborative programming as well as the more in-depth development and expansion of oemof functions and the release of v0.2.0. Continue reading “7th developer and organisation meeting – 4-6 December in Flensburg”