Difference between revisions of "Change market shares of fuel types"

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|Description=Exogenously set the market shares of certain fuel types. This can be done for specific analyses or scenarios to explore the broader implications of increasing the use of, for instance, biofuels, electricity or hydrogen.
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|Description=Exogenously set the market shares of certain fuel types. This can be done for specific analyses or scenarios to explore the broader implications of increasing the use of, for instance, biofuels, electricity or hydrogen and reflects the impact of fuel targets.
 
|Reference=van Ruijven et al., 2007
 
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|EffectDescription=An interference with the share of fuel types, results in a change of the market share of the selected fuel types to the predetermined values. This again results in less conversion capacity of the selected fuel type.
 
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|EffectDescription=The share of the fuel in final energy consumption will be at least equal to the target.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:28, 3 April 2014

Description: Exogenously set the market shares of certain fuel types. This can be done for specific analyses or scenarios to explore the broader implications of increasing the use of, for instance, biofuels, electricity or hydrogen and reflects the impact of fuel targets.
Reference: van Ruijven et al., 2007
Is implemented in: Energy demand


Associated policy response component

Component: Air pollution and energy policies
Page: Air pollution and energy policies/Policy issues

Effects of this policy intervention on components

Component: Energy conversion
Effect : An interference with the share of fuel types, results in a change of the market share of the selected fuel types to the predetermined values. This again results in less conversion capacity of the selected fuel type.

Component: Energy demand
Effect : The share of the fuel in final energy consumption will be at least equal to the target.

Component: Emissions
Effect :

Component: Energy supply
Effect : A change of the market share of the selected fuel types to the predetermined values.