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Title: 2050 Calculator wiki

Content: The 2050 Calculator enables users to experiment with many different ways of meeting the UK’s target to reduce emissions 80% by 2050.  For example, users can boost energy supply by building more nuclear and wind turbines, or they can reduce energy demand by insulating people’s homes and changing travel behaviour.  It is published by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change.

This web site sets out the all the methodology and assumptions underpinning the 2050 Calculator and gives users an opportunity to comment on them.

h1 Play with the 2050 Calculator

There are three versions of the 2050 Calculator:

* My2050 simulation - aimed at newcomers to energy and climate change issues.  See:
* Web tool - aimed at expert stakeholders and contains more detail on the implications of different pathway choices.  See: http://2050-calculator-tool.decc.gov.uk 
* Spreadsheet - results from my2050 and the web tool are both produced using the underlying excel 2050 Calculator spreadsheet.  This contains significant detail and complexity.  See: http://www.decc.gov.uk/assets/decc/11/tackling-climate-change/2050/3696-2050-calculator-with-costs.XLSX

h1 Methodology and assumptions

Click here to see the 2050 Calculator methodology and assumptions. Click here to read the results of the costs analysis.

h1 Have your say

There are three message boards where you can have your say:

* Questions and answers
* My favourite pathway
* Bug spotter

To write on a message board:

* click on "improve this page"
* you will be asked to register with an email address and password.  Someone in the DECC team will activate your account within a couple of working days, after which time you will be able to comment by just clicking on the "improve this page" and entering your details.

Alternatively, you can email the team at: 2050pathways@decc.gsi.gov.uk.  For technical problems with the wiki please email: tom.counsell@decc.gsi.gov.uk or call 0300 068 6817.

For more information on the history of the 2050 Calculator and how to use it, please see: deccwebsite.



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Title: 2050 Calculator wiki

Content: The 2050 Calculator enables users to experiment with many different ways of meeting the UK’s target to reduce emissions 80% by 2050.  For example, users can boost energy supply by building more nuclear and wind turbines, or they can reduce energy demand by insulating people’s homes and changing travel behaviour.  It is published by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change.

This web site sets out the all the methodology and assumptions underpinning the 2050 Calculator and gives users an opportunity to comment on them.

h1 Play with the 2050 Calculator

There are three versions of the 2050 Calculator:

* My2050 simulation - aimed at newcomers to energy and climate change issues.  See:
* Web tool - aimed at expert stakeholders and contains more detail on the implications of different pathway choices.  See: http://2050-calculator-tool.decc.gov.uk 
* Spreadsheet - results from my2050 and the web tool are both produced using the underlying excel 2050 Calculator spreadsheet.  This contains significant detail and complexity.  See: http://www.decc.gov.uk/assets/decc/11/tackling-climate-change/2050/3696-2050-calculator-with-costs.XLSX

h1 Methodology and assumptions

Click here to see the 2050 Calculator methodology and assumptions. Click here to read the results of the costs analysis.

h1 Have your say

There are three message boards where you can have your say:

* Questions and answers
* My favourite pathway
* Bug spotter

To write on a message board:

* click on "improve this page"
* you will be asked to register with an email address and password.  Someone in the DECC team will activate your account within a couple of working days, after which time you will be able to comment by just clicking on the "improve this page" and entering your details.

Alternatively, you can email the team at: 2050pathways@decc.gsi.gov.uk.  For technical problems with the wiki please email: tom.counsell@decc.gsi.gov.uk or call 0300 068 6817.

For more information on the history of the 2050 Calculator and how to use it, please see: www.decc.gov.uk/2050



User: Sophie Hartfield

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