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The Energy Technology Systems Analysis Program (ETSAP) of the International Energy Agency has entered a new phase (Annex V, 1993-1995). The main objectives are to expand its previous analyses of greenhouse gas reduction strategies (based largely on the MARKAL model) to include economic impacts, international energy market implications, and emissions other than CO2; and to share the results with other countries. Program activities, including summaries of draft or completed reports, are given several times a year in ETSAP News. Selected topics in recent issues are given below. To obtain the newsletter, reports, or other information on the program contact Tom Kram, ECN Policy Studies, Neth. Energy Res. Foundation, POB 1, 1755 ZG Petten, Neth.

No. 3, June 1994: Comparison of CO2 reduction costs for nine countries (final report of Annex IV); application of MARKAL to energy technology research, development and demonstration in the U.K.; how changes in the use of industrial materials in The Netherlands could ease the adjustment to CO2 emission restrictions.

No. 2, Feb. 1994: Benefits of joint implementation calculated for three European countries; analysis of indirect ("cradle-to-grave") CO2 emissions; technological boundaries of future CO2 emissions mapped in nine countries.

No. 1, Sep. 1993: Evaluation of economic models suitable for complementing the national MARKAL models, with trials involving the U.S. and Japan.

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