Limit new investments
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The year 2025 simply means here that the UC_NCAP data point is defined for that year. And because the default IE option for dynamic bounds is 5, it will be extrapolated forwards to the end of the model horizon. I would suggest to specify there the starting year you want, i.e. the first year t for which the constraint VAR_NCAP(t) ≥ VAR_NCAP(t−1) should be generated. But yes, you could leave it empty as well, and VEDA would then fill in the default year for you.

Dynamic constraints can only be formulated either by genuine UC constraints (a bit more complex) or with dynamic bounds. The latter is quite simple to use, as you can see.  You can use that same name ("MINGRO" in the example) for all dynamic bounds of the same bound type, i.e. LO.

I tested my example with one of the demo models, and it worked well. However, note that any UC_T table in a scenario also needs a control tag above it, e.g.  ~UC_Sets: R_E: AllRegions.  I omitted that in my picture because in my test scenario there was already another UC_T table, and so I did not need it there.
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Limit new investments - by demar - 22-09-2023, 07:35 PM
RE: Limit new investments - by Antti-L - 23-09-2023, 05:08 AM
RE: Limit new investments - by demar - 24-09-2023, 06:45 PM
RE: Limit new investments - by Antti-L - 24-09-2023, 07:27 PM

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