Hi there again,
I am still simulating the German electricity and heat market in a simplified form and I’m struggling with a problem again. Due to the EU-ETS-System the power-plants with
electricity outputs got emission constraints. In the next years the power-plants with a
thermal output are regulated with a CO2 taxes. And later on with their own emission limit.
Additional there is a methanation transformer with flows to both markets in the system, which reduces the CO2-Emissions.
How can I implement two different emission constraints? (The CO2-taxes are not a problem)
currently i’m using:
constraints.emission_limit(model, limit = Emissionslimit) #unit: [t]
but i don’t know how to split the emissions in this case.
I tried to understand the documentation but I still don’t know exactly how pyomo is working and what is necessary to implement these two Constraints with the methanation in the background.
I hope you can help me with my problem.