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System Modelling Tool Kit - Request for proposal

Citation ETI System Modelling Tool Kit - Request for proposal, ETI, 2010. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000765.
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Author(s) ETI
Project partner(s) ETI
Publisher ETI
DOI https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000765
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Abstract Given the required speed of roll-out, cost and complexity of the future CCS infrastructure in the UK, modelling will play a crucial role in ensuring a practical, cost effective and robust network of assets. Modelling can potentially support decisions at a range of business levels, from strategic planning through to plant & system operation and maintenance.

Through detailed strategic analysis and stakeholder engagement, the ETI has identified that a need exists to develop a Modelling Tool-Kit for partial (but full-chain) CCS systems to develop understanding of and support business decisions around the design, operation and maintenance of assets (eg power stations, compressor stations) within a future CCS system.

The ETI has completed a study to define the requirements for such a Modelling Tool-Kit, both in terms of functionality of the component & whole system models and the modelling environment within which such models would be developed. The ETI is now seeking to establish and invest in a project to develop such a model through this Request for Proposals (RfP). It is anticipated that the ETI will provide funding of the order of £2 million to the successful bidders
Associated Project(s) ETI-CC1003: CCS Systems Modelling Tool-Kit
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