Evaluates a geography’s potential by incorporating relevant constraints, including a) resource constraints (e.g., physical, energy content), b) technical constraints (e.g., topographic, land-use), economic constraints (e.g. projected technology, fuel costs), market constraints (e.g., policy implementation, regulatory limits, regional competition with other energy sources)
Note that because concentrating solar requires direct irradiation, its footprint of its geographic potential is smaller than PV because concentrating is not as effective with indirect irradiation (e.g., humidity, cloud cover)
Allows users to create a forecast of all emissions through 2050, based on historical emissions from the 1990-2018 timeframe
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