In this report, we showcase the applicability and usefulness of the SENTINEL modelling suite in the context of three case studies, as these have been specified in the SENTINEL Deliverable 7.1 (Stavrakas et al., 2021), namely: a. a Continental level case study (European Union, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and some Balkan countries), b. a Regional level case study (Nordic countries), and c. a National level case study (Greece). Specifically, this report provides details on input data, as well as model linkages and results, and serves two purposes. It provides (i). detailed specifications for the application of the SENTINEL models in the context of policy-relevant scenarios and energy and climate targets, and (ii). answers to stakeholders’ critical research questions through scientific evidence from the SENTINEL models. These research questions have already been collected for different stakeholder groups around Europe in the context of Deliverable 7.1. In this follow-up deliverable, we present the results from the SENTINEL modelling ensemble to 76 different research questions across all the three case studies, covering all the thematic areas that were considered critical for the European transition according to stakeholders.
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Model application in the case studies: challenges and lessons learnt. Deliverable 7.2. Sustainable Energy Transitions Laboratory (SENTINEL) project.(2022). Piraeus, Greece: University of Piraeus Research Center (UPRC).
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- The Sustainable Energy Transition Laboratory (SENTINEL)