The University of Melbourne
Browse
EMA_Results.zip (2.71 GB)

EMA protocol in action: Unlocking Mexico's clean energy potential

Download (2.71 GB)

This dataset presents the outcomes of implementing the exploratory modelling and analysis (EMA) protocol for identifying robust policy mixes for clean energy transitions. The protocol, detailed in Protocol Exchange (https://protocolexchange.researchsquare.com/), is designed to explore the consequences of diverse policy alternatives and multiple uncertainties within energy transitions through computational experiments. EMA, a computational experimentation technique, plays a key role in systematically exploring the potential impacts of various policy alternatives and uncertainties within complex systems, particularly in the energy domain. This publication outlines the application of the EMA protocol in the specific case of Mexico, offering a detailed approach for researchers, policymakers, and energy analysts to explore the complex interactions between policy alternatives and uncertainties in the clean energy transition. The dataset provides insights into how different policy alternatives perform under various conditions, shedding light on their robustness and potential trade-offs. The dataset encompasses the outcomes of an open exploration and directed search processes, along with analytical sub-processes integrated to provide a comprehensive analysis. The results from implementing the EMA protocol offer a valuable resource for decision-makers and researchers seeking to navigate the complex interactions between policy alternatives and uncertainties in energy transitions.

Funding

The EMA protocol for identifying robust policy mixes for clean energy transitions was developed and implemented as part of the PhD research of Omar Castrejon-Campos within the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at The University of Melbourne. Omar’s research has been supported by the CONACYT-SENER-Energy Sustainability Fund, under grant number 708667.

History