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All Topics | Topic "Linking WEAP to LEAP - 22 power plants"
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Mr. Leonardo Barrouin Melo

Subject: Linking WEAP to LEAP - 22 power plants   
Posted: 2/3/2020 Viewed: 1743 times
Dear friends,

The Tutorial shows only one reservoir from WEAP (reservoir with hydropower at Green River) linked to LEAP.

How can I read 22 reservoirs with hydropower results from WEAP into LEAP at once (as an entire hydropower generation system)?

Thanks a lot.


Topic "Linking WEAP to LEAP - 22 power plants"