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Demandlib of the open energy modelling framework

Project description

The demandlib is part of the oemof group but works as a standalone application.


With the demandlib you can create power and heat profiles for various sectors by scaling them to your desired demand. Additionally you can specify a year so that holidays are considered respectively.

Current Release

Install the demandlib using pypi:

pip install demandlib

Developing Version


Read the latest documentation at


Clone the demandlib from github.

git clone

If the project is cloned you can install it using pip with the -e flag.

pip install -e <path/to/the/demandlib/root/dir>

Developing the demandlib

As the demandlib is part of the oemof developer group we use the same developer rules:

If you have push rights clone this repository to your local system.

git clone

If you want to contribute, fork the project at github, clone your personal fork to your system and send a pull request.


Take a look on the examples to get usage of demandlib. We provide two examples. One for the heat sector, executable by calling demandlib_heat_example. The second example show how to create demand time-series for the power. Execute this example by calling demandlib_power_example. Both exemaples are callable from anywhere in the command-line.

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