e3-India: A state-level e3 model of India
E3-India is a dynamic macro-econometric simulation model, developed as a tool for state-level analysis in India.
It covers 28 states and four union territories of India.
The model was developed in partnership with the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) to enable policymakers and stakeholders to assess various policy impacts at a significantly higher geographical resolution than has previously been possible in India.
E3-India is freely available under licence for academic use. Register your interest in using the model, here.
To find out more about how the model is being applied, to look up related events and resources, please visit the E3-India website.
What is E3-India?
The model is similar in design to the E3ME model and features state-level implementation of the Future Technology Transfer (FTT) module, to capture the influences of new technologies in the power sector and on the wider economy and environment.
Designed to assess energy and climate policy in a highly empirical structure, the model combines an accounting framework with a set of parameters that have been estimated econometrically from a detailed time-series database.
Policies can be defined at state level and the model results show impacts in each state, including impacts on trade between states.
Events and conferences
Over 21 presentations including five special sessions have been conducted in key international and national conferences to demonstrate the use of the E3-India model. A series of training programs, including a detailed (two-day) workshop on the E3-India analytical framework and application was conducted at the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune and at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai.
Please visit the E3-India website for further details on training events and conference presentations.
For more information, please contact Hector Pollitt.