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ENERGY STREAMS IN INDUSTRY.

Objective

THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROPOSAL IS TO MEASURE MICRO AND MACRO ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF ENERGY POLICIES IN THE INDUSTRY ACTIVITIES.IN FIRST, THE ANALYSIS WILL CONCERN ENERGY USES BY BOILERS (STEAM OR HOT WATER).

THE INNOVATIONS THAT REPRESENTS THIS RESEARCH ARE :

- A DESCRIPTION OF ENERGY STREAMS.
- A DETAILED MARKET ANALYSIS OF BOILERS EQUIPMENTS.
- A MICRO-ECONOMIC APPROACH BASED ON INPUT/OUTPUT TABLES OF SOEC IN ORDER TO MEASURE INDIRECT EFFECTS.
The rational utilisation of energy is of great importance to European industry. It is doubly important when the industry in question is an energy consumer and at the same time produces equipment for energy control. From the viewpoint of the consumer, the objective set by the EC is to arrive at a 15 % reduction in energy consumption by 1995. Energy control can effectively contribute to reducing production costs and to reinforce the competitiveness of European industry.
RESTATEMENT OF THE METHODS. DEMONSTRATION OF THE FEASIBILITY OF THE "STREAMS" APPROACH ON THE BOILERS EXAMPLE IN THE CASE OF FRANCE.

1.EQUIPMENT LEVEL.
2.INDUSTRIAL LEVEL.
3.MACRO-ECONOMIC LEVEL.

CONSIDERATION ON THE INTERFACE'S DESIGN OF THE "STREAMS" RESEARCH WITH THE EEC MODEL HERMES IN THE AIM OF EMPHASIZING ON THE INDUCED EFFECTS LINKED TO THE CREATED INCOMES.

Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

Centre d'Études et de Recherches Économiques sur l'Énergie
Address
89 Rue De Miromesnil
75008 Paris
France