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AN ANALYSIS ON HYPOTHETICAL SHOCKS REPRESENTING COOLING WATER SHORTAGE USING A COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL
Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers Ser B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)
Due to global warming, it is concerned that cooling water for thermoelectric generation would be run short more frequently in many places of the world. We used a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model to quantify the socio-economic impact of a hypothetical shock of capital productivity, which represents shortage of cooling water on thermal power generation plants. The result showed that the magnitude of electricity generation change and subsequent economic indicators change due to 1%doi:10.2208/jscejhe.73.i_79 fatcat:bzsc5sjetveqplhs7y4vi3jk2m