Previous courses and training activities have been given by EA Energy Analysis and by DTU Management Science. They include introductory courses on Balmorel, training on scenario analysis with Balmorel, training of experts from the Estonian transmission system operator, training of experts from China Electric Power Research Insititute (CEPRI) and the Heilongjiang Electric Power Company, workshops at the Energy System Analysis Programme at Risø, international Balmorel user Group meeting, and Chinese Balmorel user Group meeting,

 

Upcoming


Balmorel introduction course for PhD students on 21th-25th August 2017 with a virtual follow up day on Sept 25th at Technical University of Denmark in Lyngby (http://kurser.dtu.dk/course/42712 )

The course comprises six days of lectures, student presentations, discussions and assignments. More specifically the course will cover the following themes:
- Background and overview of Balmorel
- Balmorel and other models - how do we choose?
- Equations in Balmorel including slack variables
- Add-ons
- Options and aggregation
- Boundaries
- Policies
- Data structuring
- Error search
- Input and Output handling
- Version tracking