(Energimyndigheten, 2014-2015)

A computable general equilibrium (CGE) model is an important tool to analyze not just the part of the economy but to gain insight on economy-wide repercussions of policy questions. Currently, CERE has developed a multi-sectorial, multi-regional CGE model with the possibility to link a technologically detailed electricity sector for a single country. The modeling framework is constructed in such a way that several important policy questions related to climate and energy can be analyzed simultaneously. One of the aims of the project is to investigate how the cost of nuclear phase out in Sweden is affected through its climate and energy policy objectives, i.e. CO2 emission reduction targets, quotas on renewable energy in electricity production and energy efficiency standards.