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.
oemof users are cordially invited to take part in the three-day meeting, introduce their own improvements, learn how to play back own approaches, and get to know each other.
The oemof Developer Meeting is hosted by the Center for Sustainable Energy Systems at the Europa-Universität Flensburg.
Please contact us, if you want to be part of it – email@example.com
At October 19th 2017, the research project oemof_heat started with a kick-off workshop in the facilities of the Reiner Lemoine Institute. The project’s goal is to investigate the potential of coupling electricity and heat sector. Therefore, the open energy modelling framework (oemof) will be expanded, based on existing work on heat system modelling within oemof, and corresponding scenarios will be developed. In the next three years we focus on district heating systems, heat storage and process heat applications.
Within a scientific exchange between the Center for Sustainable Energy Systems (ZNES) in Flensburg, Germany, and National Laboratory Astana at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan, oemof and the relevance of open modelling and data has been highlighted on a scientific cross-border forum between Kazakhstan and Russia. The forum was organized by Young Researchers Association at First President Foundation of Republic Kazakhstan and held over several days in Astana and Burabay.
We added a new oemof repository aiming at collecting all kinds of examples on how to use oemof and its various libraries. You are welcome to help us fill the new repo by contributing your example via a pull request or by sending us an e-mail (see here for contact information).
The following two links lead you to job offers at the universities in Berlin and Flensburg where you can work with oemof: