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  • Licensing E3ME
    that runs under a Windows XP or Vista or Windows 7 operating system and allows the user to run the model making changes to the model assumptions and forecast without requiring any programming expertise The license also includes a baseline forecast and access to the E3ME historical database The main inputs that can be changed include tax rates or government spending exchange rates and interest rates oil and energy prices

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/EnergyEnvironment/EnergyEnvironmentEurope/ModellingCapability/E3ME/licensing_e3me.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • E3ME manual
    Model articles The purpose and design of E3ME The model s estimated equations Sectors Recent developments Associated publications Projects Licensing E3ME Other Europe Modelling Capability articles Energy Environment Energy Environment Europe Europe Modelling Capability E3ME Our Global Macro econometric Model E3ME manual E3ME manual Click here to download a pdf version of the E3ME manual E3ME Our global macro econometric model E3ME purpose and design Econometric specification Sectors Recent developments

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/EnergyEnvironment/EnergyEnvironmentEurope/ModellingCapability/E3ME/E3MEManual.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • About Cambridge Econometrics - Quality policies: ISO 9001: 2008 and Investors in People
    ever becomes subject to requirements in law we will ensure compliance with these as well We recognise that the maintenance and improvement of our standards are essential for our success and reputation and for the satisfaction of customers collaborators and our own staff To realise this aim we have developed a Quality Management System QMS which has been approved as complying with the international standard ISO 9001 2008 The certifying

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/AboutUs/origins_ethos/quality_policy.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • Data protection
    in People Equal opportunities Other About Us articles About Us Origins and ethos Data protection Data Protection Our company is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998 We are a data controller as defined by the Act We process personal

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/AboutUs/origins_ethos/DataProtection.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • E3MG: An energy-environment-economy (E3) model at the global level
    Energy Environment Global Global Modelling Capability E3MG An Energy Environment Economy E3 Model at the Global Level The E3MG Model The E3MG model became operational in 2007 and used for the macroeconomic assessment of environmental policy and oil price shocks up to early 2014 It s capabilities are now encompassed in the global version of the E3ME model and ongoing research programmes have been shifted on to the E3ME platform

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/EnergyEnvironment/EnergyEnvironmentGlobal/ModellingCapability/E3MG.aspx (2016-02-14)
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  • MDM-E3: UK Multisectoral Dynamic Model - E3
    model allowing extensive economy energy environment interaction There is a substantial degree of disaggregation in the model with the specification of 41 industry sectors 11 fuels 25 fuel users and 14 types air emissions including the six greenhouse gases emissions of which are controlled by the Kyoto Protocol The most significant model development undertaken in 2010 is the expansion of the fuel user classification from 13 categories to 25 Although the number of primary users remains the same ie three comprising Power generation Other transformation and Own use of energy we have expanded the number of final users from ten to 22 The final users identified in the new classification correspond to those listed in DUKES The most notable changes are to manufacturing which previously consisted of just four fuel users with 13 separate sectors now distinguished and Commerce etc a single category before but now disaggregated into four separate fuel users and Agriculture is now separately identified The transport classifications are unchanged The ability to look at interactions and feedback effects between different sectors industries consumers government and the overall macroeconomy is essential for assessing the impact of government policy on energy inputs and environmental emissions The alternative multi model approach in which macroeconomic models are combined with detailed industry or energy models cannot adequately tackle the simulation of bottom up policies Normally these systems are first solved at the macroeconomic level and then the results for the macroeconomic variables are disaggregated by an industry model However if the policy is directed at the level of industrial variables it is very difficult without substantial intervention by the model operator to ensure that the implicit results for macroeconomic variables from the industry model are consistent with the explicit results from the macro model As an example it is very difficult

    Original URL path: http://www.camecon.com/EnergyEnvironment/EnergyEnvironmentUK/ModellingCapability/MDM-E3/uk_energy_environment.aspx (2016-02-14)
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