oeo


The Open Energy Ontology is an ontology for all aspects of the energy modelling domain. It is developed in three modules: 'oeo-model', a module for all entities related to models and modelling; 'oeo-physical', a module for all entities related to the world of energy and energy generation, and 'oeo-social' for all relevant social and economic aspects of the energy domain.

Modules


The Open Energy Ontology is an ontology for all aspects of the energy modelling domain. The 'Social' module covers entities that relate to people and the social, organisational and economic environment in which energy is produced and consumed, including sector, organisation, and various roles.
The Open Energy Ontology is an ontology for all aspects of the energy modelling domain. The 'Model' module covers entities for models, assumptions, parameters, data, software and all the processes that transform these, including model execution and data transformation.
The Open Energy Ontology is an ontology for all aspects of the energy modelling domain. The 'Physical' module covers all those aspects of the world that are relevant for the energy systems domain, including physical entities such as generators, power lines, technologies, hardware, portions of matter; attributes of those, such as the energy they carry or release, whether they can be a pollutant, or their origins; representational transformations into maps and measures, such as coordinates, units, quantities; and the processes that modify the physical entities, such as energy production.

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If you find bugs or if you have ideas to improve the Open Energy Platform, you are welcome to add your comments to the existing issues on GitHub.
You can also fork the project and get involved.

Please note that the platform is still under construction and therefore the design of this page is still highly volatile!