A model for the Greek energy system

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The paper reports on a model** ** Part of this model, namely the "Electricity Module" was presented at the EURO IV Congress of Operational Research, at Cambridge, England, July 1980. describing the structure and operation of the Greek Energy System, which was developed for the quantitative evaluation of major energy policy decisions. The model is a multiperiod LP, formulated as to reflect the particular issues of the Greek energy situation. It can be used both as an optimization and a simulation device. A short description of the model is given, highlighting its distinctive features, followed by a sample of the solution. The paper also includes a brief critique of the model and a note on the model's extensions, which are now in progress. © 1982.

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Samouilidis, J. E., & Arabatzi-Ladia, A. (1982). A model for the Greek energy system. European Journal of Operational Research, 9(2), 144–160. https://doi.org/10.1016/0377-2217(82)90066-2

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