DNE21+

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DNE21+ is an optimization model to find cost-effective technological portfolios that mitigate climate change at a global level. The technologies analyzed are wind power, photovoltaics, and fuel-cell vehicles.



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This tool is included in the Development Impacts Assessment (DIA) Toolkit from the LEDS Global Partnership.

Approach

DNE21+ is a linear programming model that seeks the optimal strategy to minimize the cost of world energy systems and mitigate climate change. The model is composed of three sub-models: an energy systems, a macro economic and a climate change model and is useful at the global level, divided into 10 regions.


When to Use This Tool

This tool is most useful for development impacts assessments focused on:

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Social

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Economic

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Environmental

Learn more about the topics for assessing the impacts of low-emission development strategies (LEDS).

Key Outputs

World carbon emission trajectories, growth rate of GDP, energy intensity, carbon intensity, carbon emissions from fuel combustion.



How to Use This Tool

Training Available
No training available to the public.

Level of Expertise
Moderate

Key Inputs

Unit operation costs, world annual production potential, available technologies, population, energy demand



Case Studies

Examples of how DNE21+ has helped people assessing the impacts of low-emission development strategies in countries and regions:

A list of papers reporting on results from this model is available at: http://chicagoclimateonline.org/topics/iams-dne21





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