Difference between revisions of "Marginal abatement cost"

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|Description=The cost of one additional unit or ton of pollution (here CO2eq) that is abated. A marginal abatement cost curve (or MAC curve) is a set of options available to an economy to reduce pollution ranging from the lowest to highest additional costs.
 
|Description=The cost of one additional unit or ton of pollution (here CO2eq) that is abated. A marginal abatement cost curve (or MAC curve) is a set of options available to an economy to reduce pollution ranging from the lowest to highest additional costs.
 
|Dimension=time, region
 
|Dimension=time, region
|Unit=US$ (2005) per year
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|Unit=$/GJ
 
|VariableType=model (from/to model)
 
|VariableType=model (from/to model)
 
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Revision as of 09:44, 3 April 2014

Label: Marginal abatement cost
Description: The cost of one additional unit or ton of pollution (here CO2eq) that is abated. A marginal abatement cost curve (or MAC curve) is a set of options available to an economy to reduce pollution ranging from the lowest to highest additional costs.
Dimensions: time, region
Default unit: $/GJ
Variable type: model (from/to model)

Variable is output of model component:
Marginal abatement costEnergy supplyThis is a graph with borders and nodes that may contain hyperlinks.
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Marginal abatement costClimate policyThis is a graph with borders and nodes that may contain hyperlinks.
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