Decarbonization and defossilization of energy supply as well as increasing decentralization of energy gen- eration necessitate the development of efficient strategies for design and operation of sector-coupled energy systems. Today, design and operation of process and energy systems rely on powerful numeri- cal methods, in particular, optimization methods. The development of such methods benefits from re- producible benchmarks including transparent model equations and complete input data sets. However, to the authors’ best knowledge and with respect to design and optimal control of sector-coupled en- ergy systems, there is a lack of available benchmarks. Hence, this article provides a model compendium, exemplary realistic data sets, as well as two case studies (i.e., optimization benchmarks) for an in- dustrial/research campus in an open-source description. The compendium includes stationary, quasi- stationary, and dynamic models for typical components as well as linearization schemes relevant for optimization of design, operation, and control of sector-coupled energy systems.