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EPP Faculty Seminar: Dr. Aranya Venkatesh - Shared screen with speaker view
Katrina Ramirez-Meyers
31:32
Is anyone else having trouble hearing clearly?
Priya Donti
31:59
The audio is a bit quiet for me as well
Maren Cooke
33:17
It’s kine of echoey. A set of earbuds or headphones on Dr. Venkatesh would probably improve it.
Maren Cooke
33:59
Or be closer to the mic.
Ed Rubin
34:10
The audio is terrible. Lucas--see if you can move her mic closer
Jimmy McKee
34:25
Aye
Priya Donti
34:26
much better!
Maren Cooke
34:26
yes, much!
Aaron Belman Martinez
34:28
yes!
Bob Wallace
41:38
Are the regions used in your model the same as used in NEMS and/or MARKAL?
Joe DeCarolis
01:22:06
We do include a capacity reserve constraint that can roughly account for spinning and no spinning reserve
Joe DeCarolis
01:22:35
*non-spinning
Arthur Yip
01:22:59
Will there be a future relationship between OEO and EIA AEO?
Daniel Posen
01:24:15
At this point, I'll remind Aranya that OEO has a standing invite to run a workshop on the model at the ISSST conference :)
Joe DeCarolis
01:24:28
To Ed’s point - learning is captured in exogenous cost curves… whether it makes sense to endogenous learning in a national model is something we can chat about.
Daniel Posen
01:30:12
A comment that I think this is really great work