Electricity decarbonisation pathways for 2050 in Portugal: A TIMES (The Integrated MARKAL-EFOM System) based approach in closed versus open systems modelling
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KeywordsIberian electricity market (MIBEL); The integrated MARKAL-EFOM system (TIMES); Roadmap 2050; Renewable electricity; Hourly dynamics;
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