International Institute of Applied Research and Technology

Systems analysis and planning of energy system developing

Energy interactive computer system

Interactive computing system for decision support of long‐term prognosis on energy sector development

Development of interactive computing system for decision support of long‐term prognosis (further named SYSTEM) on demand in primary energy sources, electricity and heat energy and for optimal planning of putting into operation of energy units and for minimisingof cost on electricity and heat energy production.

Project SYSTEM will develop an integrated interactive computing system for effective support of decision making for energy sector development based on systems analysis approach.

SYSTEM is an economic model generator for local, national or multi‐regional energy systems, which provides a technology‐rich basis for estimating energy dynamics over a long‐term, multi‐period time horizon. It is usually applied to the analysis of the entire energy sector, but may also apply to study in detail single sectors (e.g. the electricity and district heat sector).

provision, which is at the same time environmentally friendly and affordable. The conclusions of the project must result in policy recommendations for the Government to develop optimal energy system. Within the framework of the proposed project the technologies, actions, strategies and corresponding political decisions are analyzed and evaluated in accordance with the problem of reducing the energy intensity in the context of national energy system, ecology and social ambience that expects consideration of energy system as a whole, including all modern fuel‐energy technologies of transformation, implemented in energy sectors.

Interactive computing system for decision support of long‐term prognosis on energy sector development

  • The SYSTEM will be ready to use on web distributed calculating technology such as cloud SaaSsystems
  • The strategic objective addressed by this project is to provide the Government with coherent guidelines and recommendations to optimisethe future nature of energy provision and the electricity generation mix in the country so as to guarantee an affordable, clean and reliable, i.e., ‘sustainable’, energy supply system.