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|Description|| A modular energy hub modelling library written in Python.
Includes PyLP, a simple way of building MILP problems directly using Python objects. Models are specified using a request format that can be generated from an Excel template or from another source; results are returned in a response format. This makes it possible to run the code on a remote server. Models are designed to be easily extensible (e.g. adding new constraints to the standard hub), as detailed in the examples in /docs/tutorials.
|Authors||Ralph Evins, Grey Hill, Azin Rahimzadeh|
|Required software|| Python 3.6.1
pip for Python 3.6.1 An MILP solver (e.g. CPlex or GLPK)
|Licence type||CC BY-NC-SA|
|Tags||energy hub, milp|