Record nummer 2012855
Titel Financial effects of ETS Set Aside
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Ton van Dril
Title-variation: D5.1 Functional description of the REsolve model kit and the biomass allocation
Auteur(s) Dril, T. van
Uitgever Petten : ECN
Jaar van uitgave 2012
Pagina's 11 p
Annotatie(s) ECN-N--12-019. - ECN Policy Studies. - Projectnummer 6.00637
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Trefwoorden (cab) modellen / economische modellen / biomassa / middelentoewijzing / scenario-analyse / europese unie / kooldioxide / milieubeleid / biobased economy
Rubrieken Econometrie
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) In this report a set of ECN models, used within Biomass Futures Project, to quantitatively estimate how the different biomass resources can be allocated in a cost-effective way to the different energy uses is described. This biomass allocation is based on an interaction between three ECN submodels within an iterative scheme. The RESolve-biomass model is the central model for biomass allocation, covering bioelectricity, bio-heat and biofuels. However, RESolve-E and RESolve-H deal with the electricity sector(including CHP) and the heating sector respectively in a more dedicated way. Therefore an interaction between the three models is necessary for a robust quantitative assessment of the bioenergy deployment in the EU27. An overview of the interaction scheme is given and the three models are briefly described.
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