as described above in modelling terms, are used to simulate increasing energy savings related to improving thermal integrity of houses and buildings and changing energy consumption behaviour, implying reduced consumption of fuels and electricity. Exemption (a) slow start was used the most, by 22 Member States amounting to 45 of the total exemptions (33 Mtoe). Figure 6: EU28 energy production (Mtoe) Source: primes EU's import dependency shows a slowly increasing trend over the projected period, from 53 in 2010 to 58 in 2050. 1.4Overview of Member States' positions on Article 7 (to Public Consultation) 17 Member States (MS) including Norway (referred to as a MS for the case of simplification in the following) expressed a view on Article 7 in the Public Consultation relating to the review. It also complements the implementation of other aspects of the EU's energy efficiency policy.
Article 7 was seen as significantly stimulating the European energy efficiency service market, while simultaneously granting Member States valuable legislative flexibility. Differences between the two models arise from their underlying assumptions and respective structures. For making costs comparable, the capex figures related to investments by final energy demand consumers also need to be annualised, and a flat discount rate of 10 is used for this purpose. Essentially, higher employment levels and incomes are able to stimulate spending in other parts of the economy (e.g. These policies are reflected by RES targets (modelling constraints) and RES shadow values (see explanations below).
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