More than 40 students and faculty members attended this workshop on E3 modelling framework and model applications, hosted by the Energy Science and Engineering Department. The content included a mix of in-depth theoretical and conceptual presentations along with hands-on opportunities to delve into using the modelling tool more effectively.

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This seminar and interactive session for master’s students included an introductory lecture followed by an extensive one-on-one interaction to check how the students would like to use the model in research contexts of their personal interests. The institute is the oldest research and training institute in economics in the country and focuses on an array of socio-economic dimensions.

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The session on E3-India modelling framework and its applications included a lecture followed by hands-on training. It attracted a diverse group from the academic community at this centre of excellence in postgraduate education in economics.

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This seminar, hosted at the School of Management and focusing on introductions to the E3-India modelling framework and its applications in policy analysis, drew faculty members and doctoral and master’s students. The school is the premier institute for advanced scientific and technological research and education in India and has been involved in various aspects of energy research.

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We presented a paper on the energy, emissions and economy-wide impacts of adopting appliance efficiency measures.

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This webinar shows how to use and run the E3-India. The model captures existing economy, energy, and environment (E3) linkages that allows researchers to assess energy and climate policy specifically at the state level in India. However, being a dynamic macro-econometric model, it can potentially be used for analysing a much wider range of policy issues.

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This webinar shows how the E3-India model is structured and walks participants through building scenarios within the model. The model captures existing economy, energy, and environment (E3) linkages that allows researchers to assess energy and climate policy specifically at the state level in India. However, being a dynamic macro-econometric model, it can potentially be used for analysing a much wider range of policy issues.

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This webinar provides an overview of the model’s capabilities. The model captures existing economy, energy, and environment (E3) linkages that allows researchers to assess energy and climate policy specifically at the state level in India. However, being a dynamic macro-econometric model, it can potentially be used for analysing a much wider range of policy issues.

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