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T21 Starting Framework is available only with a license, and offer greatly extended options for modifying and expanding the model. For more information on building a model for a country, region, or institution, contact us.
System Requirements: Windows 98 or later, 10MB Hard Disk, 64MB RAM
T21-Lolland Model and User Guide (4.5mb)
T21-USA Model and User Guide (5.8mb)
T21-Jamaica Model and User Guide (5.4mb)
T21-Ghana Model and User Guide (3.8mb)
T21-Malawi Model and User Guide (3.8mb)
T21-Mali Model and User Guide (6.9mb)
T21-Papua Model and User Guide (4.1mb)
T21-Guyana Model and User Guide (8.2mb)
Estimating the impact of investing in a resource efficient, resilient global energy-intensive manufacturing industry. Andrea M. Bassi, Z. Tan and Armstrong Mbi. Technology Forecasting and Social Change.
Climate policy and energy-intensive manufacturing: A comprehensive analysis of the effectiveness of cost mitigation provisions in the American Energy and Security Act of 2009. Andrea M. Bassi and J. Yudken. Energy Policy. 2011.
A context-inclusive approach to support energy policy formulation and evaluation. Andrea M. Bassi. Regional Environmental Change. 2011; 11(2):285-295.
Evaluating the Use of an Integrated Approach to Support Energy and Climate Policy Formulation and Evaluation. Andrea M. Bassi. Energies. 2010; 3(9):1604-1621.
An Integrated Assessment of Investments towards Global Water Sustainability. Andrea M. Bassi, Z. Tan and S. Goss. Water. 2010; 2(4):726-741.
T21-Ohio, a System Dynamics Approach to Policy Assessment for Sustainable Development: A Waste to Profit Case Study. Emrah Cimren, Andrea Bassi and Joseph Fiksel, Sustainability 2010, 2(9), 2814-2832.
Climate Change and Energy-Intensive Manufacturing: The Competitiveness Impacts of the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009. Joel Yudken and Andrea M. Bassi, February 2010
Creating Synergies from Renewable Energy Investments, a Community Success Story from Lolland, Denmark. Silvia Magnoni and Andrea M. Bassi, Energies 2009, 2(4), 1151-1169
“Climate Policy Impacts on the Competitiveness of Energy-Intensive Manufacturing Sectors”. Andrea M. Bassi, J. S. Yudken and M. Ruth, Energy Policy 37(2009)3052–3060
Modeling US Energy Policy with Threshold 21: Understanding Energy Issues and Informing the U.S. Energy Policy Debate with T21, an Integrated Dynamic Simulation Tool.
“Quantifying Cross-Sectoral Impacts of Investments in Climate Change Mitigation in Ecuador”. Andrea M. Bassi, A.E. Baer, Energy for Sustainable Development.
“An Integrated Approach to Energy Prospects for North America and the Rest of the World”. Andrea M. Bassi, and R. Powers, W. Schoenberg, Energy Economics, In Press.
“An Integrated Approach to Support Climate Policy Formulation and Evaluation”. Andrea M. Bassi, in IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 6 392007, March 2009. DOI: 10.1088/1755-1307/6/39/392007.
“Evaluating the Creation of a Parallel Non-Oil Transportation System in an Oil Constrained Future”, Andrea M. Bassi, A. Drake, E.L. Tennyson and H.R. Herren. 2009 TRB Conference: Annual Conference of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, January 11-15, 2009, Washington DC, USA.
Informing the U.S. Energy Policy Debate
Modeling U.S. Energy With Threshold 21
T21-Cape Verde: Report of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper Exercise
Guyana: Impacts of Structural Reform in Bauxite and Sugar on Economic Prospects and Poverty Reduction
T21 China: An Initial Application and Analysis
Chinese and Global Food Security to 2030: Reducing the Uncertainties. Final Report of The Strategy and Action Project for Chinese and Global Food Security.
A Skeptic's Guide to Computer Models
Reaching the Vision: Analysis of Possible Options
Sustainable Development for Italy: An Integrated Model-Based Report
Possible Futures for Bangladesh, Tunisia, and the United States: A Technical Report
Global 2000 Revisited: What Shall We Do?
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