ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT is a volume on energy and environmental modeling that describes a broad variety of modeling methodologies, embodied in models of varying scopes and philosophies, ranging from top-down integrated assessment models to bottom-up partial equilibrium models, to hybrid models. Integrated into the discussion and examination are chapters covering: The Sustainability of Economic Growth by Cabo, MartAsn-HerrAin a MartAsnez-GarcAsa; Abatement Scenarios in the Swiss Housing Sector by L. Drouet et al; Support and Planning for Off-Site Emergency Management, by Geldermann et al; Hybrid Energy-Economy Models, by Jaccard; The World-MARKAL Model and Its Application, by Kanudia et al; Methodology for Evaluating a Market of Tradable CO2-Permits, by Kunsch and Springael; MERGE a A Model for Global Climate Change, by Manne and Richels; A Linear Programming Model for Capacity Expansion in an Autonomous Power Generation System, by Mavrotas and Diakoulaki; Transport and Climate Policy Modeling in the Transport Sector, by Paltsev et al; Analysis of Ontario Electricity Capacity Requirements and Emissions, by Pineau and Schott; Environmental Damage in Energy / Environmental Policy Evaluation, by Van Regemorter.250 200 c I I f 150 O O Vl I 100 3, iagt; ^ 50 25% a 15% 5 10% 5% 0% 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 ... 3See Legislative Assembly of Ontario (2004), Electricity Restructuring Act, Schedule A. article 32.
|Title||:||Energy and Environment|
|Author||:||Richard Loulou, Jean-Philippe Waaub, Georges Zaccour|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-04-20|