What’s New in Aurora?
With this new input table you can define limits based on constraint bounds, such as resource capacity or generation, zone demand, net flows, or fuel usage.
Aurora has three new long-term options, including: allow partial capacity builds; provide additional sub-optimal solutions, and define the Dynamic Peak Credit using more hours.
New resource parameters include a monthly generation limit, a minimum ancillary contribution requirement, energy constraint factors, and defining when a pre-solved commitment file is no longer used.
With an improved user experience, you can add blank input tables and view/edit data using an Excel-like data bar. There’s also an updated Help interface, a single form for loading archives, and charting enhancements.
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