Identifies the effects of changes in energy price and demand

The nonlinear, equilibrium ENPEP-BALANCE model 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 decentralised decision-making process in the energy sector and can be connected to the different preferences of energy users and suppliers. Basic parameters include production and consumption levels, and prices; information on the energy system structure; base year energy statistics; projected energy demand growth; and any technical and policy constraints.


Optional, but recommended. The introductory course takes 5 days
Introductory training costs is US$1500
Using the tool: No cost
Time needed:
Longer than 3 months

Accessing the tool

CD Rom, Online: Online and on CD Rom. Contact email via: http://www.dis.anl.gov/about/contact.html?id=ceeesa
GHG emissions and energy models

Computer-based models which calculate greenhouse gas emissions and energy supply and demand.

Area of focus
Adaptation 0, Mitigation 3, Development 2

Published by:

U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science


For use in Asia, Africa, Latin America