Assessment of macroeconomic effects from using alternative technologies for production of cold with application of OMMM - Holod model
Suslov N. I. () and
Buzulutskov V. F.
World of economics and management / Vestnik NSU. Series: Social and Economics Sciences, 2016, vol. 16, issue 2, 16-33
The article analyzes the macroeconomic effects arising as a result of the spread of energy saving technologies for the production of artifcial cold in the industrial and commercial sector, which are an alternative to electric technologies that extremely prevail today in the RF (vapor compression refrigerating machines). These effects are simulated using multi-regional I-O model of vector optimization with a detailed representation of the energy sector (OMMM-TEK). The model is adapted for representation of production of cold as a separate branch of production in regional I-O balances. The effciency of spread of the sorption refrigeration units (SRU) is considered on a national scale at action of a factor of uncertainty of their cost. In similar regional scenarios the receptivity of the economic environment of certain macroregions to the spread of SRU is considered. As a result of comparison of regional scenarios from the standpoint of macroeconomic effciency the spectrum of possible regional preferences for spread of SRU was obtained. The spectrum can be used at a decision-making in the feld of formation of innovative policy at the federal and regional levels.
Keywords: uncertainty of the cost of alternative technologies of production of cold; macroeconomic effects; OMMM-Holod model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C61 C67 O13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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