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Energy and Power Evaluation Program (ENPEP)
Abstract ENPEP-BALANCE is a nonlinear equilibrium m
ENPEP-BALANCE is a nonlinear equilibrium model that matches the demand for energy with available resources and technologies. Its market-based simulation approach allows ENPEP-BALANCE to determine the response of various segments of the energy system to changes in energy prices and demand levels. The model relies on a decentralized decision-making process in the energy sector and can be calibrated to the different preferences of energy users and suppliers. Basic input parameters include information on the energy system structure, base-year energy statistics including production, consumption levels, prices, projected energy demand growth, and any technical and policy constraints.
and any technical and policy constraints.  +
DIA/Approach ENPEP-BALANCE's graphical user interface a
ENPEP-BALANCE's graphical user interface allows users to "drag and drop" to build an energy supply and demand network. The model then employs a market share algorithm to estimate the penetration of supply alternatives. It uses an equilibrium solution to develop an energy system configuration that balances the conflicting demands, objectives, and market forces of the economy. 'The ENPEP-BALANCE approach simulates more accurately the more complex market behavior of multiple decision makers that may not be captured by optimization techniques that assume a single decision maker.'
ques that assume a single decision maker.'  +
DIA/CaseStudies Case studies of Uruguay Natural Gas Market, Romania National Energy Policy, and Turkey GHG Mitigation Analysis are available on the website: http://www.dis.anl.gov/projects/Enpepwin.html  +
DIA/Inputs Basic input parameters include information on the energy system structure, base-year energy statistics including production, and consumption levels and prices, projected energy demand growth, and any technical and policy constraints.  +
DIA/Level National  + , Sectoral  + , Policy  +
DIA/Outputs The equilibrium prices and quantities of e
The equilibrium prices and quantities of energy sources that clear all markets for all energy supply forms and all energy uses included in the energy network. This is an energy system configuration that balances the conflicting demands, objectives, and market forces of the economy. Concurrently with the energy estimates, it computes the environmental residuals associated with a given energy system configuration, including greenhouse gases, criteria air pollutants, waste generation, water pollution, and land use.
generation, water pollution, and land use.  +
DIA/Stakeholders Government policymakers  + , economic consultants  + , environmental professionals  + , and academics.  +
DIA/Topic Environmental  + , Economic  +
DIA/Topic/Economic Energy Security  + , All  + , Gross Domestic Product  + , Local Industry  + , General  +
DIA/Topic/Environmental Air  + , All  + , Greenhouse Gases  + , Water  + , General  +
DIA/Training Training is offered by Argonne National Laboratory on a case-by-case basis.  +
DIA/Type Software  +
Developer Argonne National Laboratory +
Name Energy and Power Evaluation Program (ENPEP-BALANCE)  +
OpenEI/PageKeyword Energy and Power Evaluation Program (ENPEP-BALANCE)  + , Energy  + , Argonne National Laboratory  +
OpenEI/Tool/CostRange Free  +
OpenEI/Tool/Users Policy analysts  + , decision-makers  +
ProgramResources Software/modeling tools  +
ProgramSector Energy  +
Tool-subcategory LEDSGP Development Impacts Assessment Toolkits  +
ToolComplexity Advanced  +
User Interface Desktop Application  +
Website http://www.dis.anl.gov/projects/Enpepwin.html  +
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Categories Tools , LEDSGP Development Impacts Assessment Toolkits
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