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cost_demand_reduction

Demand reduction cost

The demand reduction cost is a cost difference between the reference scenario, which has the highest energy demand (Business as Usual), and the other two scenarios (Political measures of the Federal Council-PFC and New Energy Policies-NEP). Thus the demand reduction cost for the Business as Usual scenario is 0. The cost is divided in two groups: private households and industry&services.

Households

The displayed value by the calculator corresponds to an scenario or an interpolation between two of them. The chosen value depends on the input of the user. The cost differences for building refurbishment and new buildings depend on the Building:specific demand slider, while the cost differences for air conditioning/ventilation and appliances vary with the Appliances: specific demand slider.

Cost difference [million CHF][2] 2035 2050
PFC NEP PFC NEP
Building refurbishment 340 1035 644 2021
New buildings 114 152 183 223
Air conditioning and ventilation 94 232 90 406
Appliances 143 283 238 455

Industry & Services

The displayed value at the calculator corresponds to an scenario or an interpolation between two of them. The chosen value depends on the input of the user. The cost differences for buildings programe and new buildings depend on the Building:specific demand slider, while the cost differences for SIA reglamentation and Public tender offer/automation and production techniques vary with the Industry: specific demand slider.

Cost difference [million CHF][2] 2035 2050
PFC NEP PFC NEP
Buildings programe 410 1009 471 1143
New buildings 103 115 109 121
SIA reglamentation 53 64 4 70
Public tender offer/automation and production techniques 465 974 465 785

References

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cost_demand_reduction.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/22 09:17 (external edit)