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Selecting an appropriate portfolio of energy resources is a complicated and multidimensional problem. Affected by numerous factors stemming from multiple perspectives including technical, economic, environmental, social, and political, each energy resource has varying degrees of appropriateness for different regions/energy systems. Although there is significant amount of research attempting to incorporate different pieces of aforementioned considerations in an assessment framework very little has addressed this issue in a complete manner. This research study reviews assessment studies in the energy field and identifies over 50 assessment criteria that fall under aforementioned perspectives. Output of this study is expected to provide a knowledge database for practitioners and scholars for enabling development of more comprehensive assessment frameworks. Ultimately, this study is expected to contribute to energy planning field for development of more sustainable energy portfolios.
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