Name of the study Test
Author, Institution test
Client -
Source of funding -
Citation reference
Citation doi
Aim -
New aspects -
Spatial / Geographical coverage -
Time frame 2030
target year
transformation path
Modeled energy sectors liquid fuels
Modeled demand sectors -
Economic (behavioural) rationale -
Technologies included PV, True, True
Economic focuses included -
Social focuses included -
Endogenous variables -
Sensitivities
Technologies included -
Exogenous time series used climate
Technical data + usage -
Social data -
Economical data -
Ecological data -
Pre-Processing -
Name of the Scenario Test test
Energy savingsnot estimated
Potential energy savingnot estimated
Emission reductionsnot estimated
Share RE (heat sector)not estimated
Share RE (mobility sector)not estimated
Share RE (power sector)not estimated
Share RE (total energy supply)not estimated
Cost development -
Technological innovations -
Potential wind whole
Potential solar electric -
Potential solar thermal -
Potential biomass economical
Potential geothermal -
Potential hydro power -
Social developement -
Economic development -
Development of environmental aspects -
Post-processing
Further assumptions for post-processing
Uncertainty assessment -
Robustness -
Comparability / Validation -
Conclusions Test

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