Academic and professional communities have been using the E3-India model since 2017 to analyze policy issues, including:

Energy, emissions, and economy-wide impacts of adopting appliance efficiency measures

Mapping impacts of power sector efficiency improvement, subsidy phase-out and tariff rationalisation articulated by UDAY across Indian states

Evaluating green grid scenarios (175 GW RET by 2020) from triple bottom line of economic, social, and environmental efficiencies

Double dividend strategy for clean development: Allocating consumption-based environmental responsibility of coal production amongst Indian states

Economy-Wide Assessment of Regional Policies in India

Edited by Dr. Kakali Mukhopadhyay, the book provides comprehensive coverage of creating and using E3 modeling framework for regional policy analysis, which is available in public domain for the first time in India.
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India’s Energy Transition: Implications and Considerations

Researchers are using the E3-India model to quantify the benefits of meeting the country's renewable energy goals.
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Climate Resilience and Nationally Determined Commitments

In this study we assess the direct and indirect economic impacts of India’s Nationally Determined Commitments (NDCs) and beyond at the subnational level using an integrated macro-econometric dynamic simulation model: E3-India.
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Electric Vehicles in Freight Transportation

Electrifying the freight transportation sector will help India meet its clean energy goals and strengthen energy security. We're using the E3-India model to quantify the economic benefits of this switch.
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E3-India is a collaborative initiative by the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) and Cambridge Econometrics (CE).


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