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Job and Economic Development Impact Models (JEDI)
Abstract The Job and Economic Development Impact (J
The Job and Economic Development Impact (JEDI) model was designed to be an easy-to-use, excel based calculator which uses IMPLAN's economic multipliers to estimate the economic impacts of constructing and operating power generation and biofuel plants at the local and state levels. JEDI is a spreadsheet-based input-output model with a user-friendly interface that employs state-specific data to estimate the economic impacts from the construction and operation of energy generation plants, including renewable and non-renewable technologies, and transmission lines.
able technologies, and transmission lines.  +
DIA/Approach JEDI is an input-output model that estimat
JEDI is an input-output model that estimates the economic impact of constructing and operating energy infrastructure, and currently covers a wide range of power generation technologies, as well as biofuels production and the construction of transmission lines. Estimated impacts include direct, indirect and induced effects in two categories: economic activity within the region of interest, and number of jobs supported.
of interest, and number of jobs supported.  +
DIA/CaseStudies Case studies are available at: http://www.nrel.gov/analysis/jedi/publications.html.  +
DIA/Inputs Size of the project(s), usually in terms of nameplate capacity. Economic data on region multipliers when the region, except at the state and national levels.  +
DIA/Level National  + , Sectoral  + , Local  + , Project  + , Policy  +
DIA/Outputs JEDI estimates the number of jobs and econ
JEDI estimates the number of jobs and economic activity resulting from energy infrastructure projects. It measures direct, indirect, and induced (i.e., multiplier) impacts, and presents model results for both the construction and operation period of an energy infrastructure project. See http://www.nrel.gov/analysis/jedi/results.html.
//www.nrel.gov/analysis/jedi/results.html.  +
DIA/Stakeholders Government policymakers  + , economic consultants  + , environmental professionals  + , and academics  +
DIA/Topic Economic  +
DIA/Topic/Economic Balance of Payments  + , All  + , Employment  + , Energy Security  + , Gross Domestic Product  + , Local Industry  + , General  +
DIA/Training User guides are available for using JEDI to evaluate specific technologies.  +
DeploymentPrograms Training & Education  +
Developer National Renewable Energy Laboratory +
Language English  +
Name Job and Economic Development Impact Models (JEDI)  +
OpenEI/PageKeyword Job and Economic Development Impact Models (JEDI)  + , Energy  + , United States  + , National Renewable Energy Laboratory  + , EERE tool  + , Jobs and Economic Development Impacts  + , JEDI  +
OpenEI/Tool/CostRange Free  +
OpenEI/Tool/Keyword EERE tool  + , Jobs and Economic Development Impacts  + , JEDI  +
OpenEI/Tool/Users Policy analysts  + , economists  + , decision-makers  + , planners  +
Partner US DOE Wind Powering America +
Place United States: Energy Resources +
Policies Deployment Programs  +
ProgramResources Software/modeling tools  +
ProgramSector Energy  +
Screenshot JEDI.JPG +
Tool-subcategory LEDSGP Development Impacts Assessment Toolkits  +
ToolComplexity Not Available  +
UNRegion Northern America  +
User Interface Spreadsheet  +
Website http://www.nrel.gov/analysis/jedi/  +
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Categories Tools , Community Energy Tools , EERE Analysis Tools , LEDSGP Development Impacts Assessment Toolkits
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