The GTAP-Power Database : Disaggregating the Electricity Sector in the GTAP Database

@inproceedings{Peters2015TheGD,
  title={The GTAP-Power Database : Disaggregating the Electricity Sector in the GTAP Database},
  author={Jeffrey C. Peters},
  year={2015}
}
Computable general equilibrium (CGE) models are ubiquitous in energy and environmental economics research. Recent technological advancements in electricity fuels, generation technologies, and environmental policies which target specific generation technologies (e.g., emission regulations) have motivated detailed CGE modeling of the electricity sector. Modeling these issues requires distinct electricity generating technologies in a CGE database. Researchers using the GTAP database have… CONTINUE READING

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