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GTAP Resource #7263

"Incorporating Hydrogen as an Energy Source: An extension of GDyn-E model"
by Itakura, Ken

This study incorporates hydrogen as a new energy subproduct in the GTAP-E and GDyn-E model (Burniaux and Truong, 2002; McDougall and Golub, 2007; Golub, 2013) to explore experimental scenarios of subsidies on hydrogen supply (production, imports) in Japan. Data on international trade and production of hydrogen are collected from the U.N. COMTRADE, Hydrogen Analysis Resource Center, U.S. National Minerals Information Center, and U.N. Industrial Commodity Production Statistics. With these data, we apply MSplitCom (Horridge, 2008) to the chemical sector in GTAP database version 10 (Aguiar et al., 2019), supplemented with the 2015 input-output table of Japan.

We conduct an experimental scenario of subsidies on hydrogen supply (production, imports) in Japan for 2030-2044. Results show that hydrogen supply rises over baseline, and the positive impact remains after 2045. Real GDP in Japan increases while others slightly decrease.

Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2024 Conference Paper
Status: Not published
By/In: Presented during the 27th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Fort Collins, Colorado, USA)
Date: 2024
Version: temp
Created: Itakura, K. (4/14/2024)
Updated: Itakura, K. (6/8/2024)
Visits: 122
- Climate change policy
- GTAP Data Base and extensions
- Baseline development
- Model extension/development
- Asia (East)

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