GreenREFORM is an environmental and climate-economic model for the Danish economy, which is currently in development. The goal is to develop an analytical tool that allows for an integrated and consistent assessment of the environmental and climate effects of economic policies.
Read an introduction to GreenREFORM
GreenREFORM is a project of developing an environmental and climate-economic model. Read about the goal, strategy, and financing.
GreenREFORM started as a research project. The project has since been expanded with a model group in the DREAM group.
The main model is developed as a general equilibrium model that links the sub-models and describes the overall economic activity.
Sub-model for agricultural production as well as emissions to air and aquatic environment including emissions associated with land use.
Sub-model for the production of electricity and district heating, including international trade in these areas.
Sub-model for air, water and land transport, including sectoral emissions.
Sub-model for waste and recycling including the role of incinerators in energy supply and their emissions.
Sub-model for reducing energy consumption and emissions across industries through switching to new green technologies.
Jens Sand Kirk
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