January 20, 2021
After three years of intensive work, the SzenarienDB project is ending. The core of the project was the creation of a publicly accessible database on which scenario data can be compiled and published. For this purpose, the Open Energy Platform (OEP) for scenario data sets, originally developed in the open_eGo project, was further expanded. This has increased the transparency of energy and climate resilience research and paves the way for even greater scenario transparency.
In SzenarienDB, RLI worked with project partners Fraunhofer IEE (formerly IWES), the Öko-Institut and Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. The project was managed by IEE. Ludwig Hülk and Christian Hofmann headed the project at RLI. At the final event, the results of the project will be presented online and discussed with the participants.
For more information, see the SzenarienDB project page.
To participate in the final event, please register by 15 January 2021 by sending an email to email@example.com.