Long term demand prospective
model for a given market, with considerable
parameter flexibility to build scenarios.
MEDEE is a sectoral end-use type model according to
the World Bank Classification. Developed since 30 years, it
adresses energy demand issues for main sectors (industry,
households, service, transport, other) and main categories
The main assets of this model are:
- The structure and desagreggation level of the model
are flexible, open to the user's prescriptions, to
fit best with the nature of the strategies prospective
study, the key decision to be informed by the forecasts
and the data availability.
- The modelling specifications are adapted to each
particular category/end-use considered, to better
fit with actual drivers and dynamics relevant to this
- Exogenous inputs on demand drivers considered in
the model are consistently established through a well-defined
scenario building methodology.
- The model is supported by a highly efficient and
user-friendly software, likely to be connected to
any reporting format.
MEDEE models have been implemented and used in more
than 100 countries and regions all over the world. It
is today at the core of the official long term energy
and CO2 emissions prospects of the trends government.
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this model and its applications, or to define an evaluation
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