|What is mure|
|The MURE Sectors in deep|
The module covers all relevant household end-uses, i.e. space heating, appliances and hot sanitary water. The quantitative database therefore includes data on stocks and energy consumption of :
as well as complementary technical, economic parameters and forecast data on:
The MURE tool allows to simulate the impact of RUE interventions such as:
The transport module allows to simulate the impact of energy efficient measures on the whole transport system of a given country with particular emphasis on the private (cars) transport mode. Based on the disaggregated data stored in the quantitative database , MURE generates the energy demand by mode and fuel and provides information on energy savings and avoided pollutant emissions for any given RUE scenario. The main quantitative available data concern:
Moreover MURE transport allows to set up reference transport scenarios, providing forecast values for:
RUE scenarios are built to simulate the impact of technical and non technical energy saving interventions such as:
The MURE industry sector allows to analyse the energy savings achievable through the application of energy saving technologies to process energy end uses. The underlying databases therefore cover energy consumptions and efficient technologies. Energy consumption data are broken down by energy source and energy end use for the following industry sectors and sub-sectors:
A wide variety of end uses are considered and ranked by energy source and application, ranging from horizontal electric uses (electric motors, compressed air, lighting, air conditioning and refrigeration), to heating equipment and devices (boilers, dryers and kilns) and to process specific uses (as e.g. glass melting furnaces, brewing process, pulping process, etc.).
The technology database features a comprehensive list of energy saving technologies, together with the corresponding gains (and , when available, maximum penetration rates) for application to the process energy end uses and the subsequent estimation of potential energy savings.
The MURE tertiary module allows to estimate energy savings achievable through the application of energy efficient technologies to the energy end uses characterising the public and private services sector. As for industry, databases on energy consumptions and on technologies are provided. The former features consumption data broken down by energy source and energy end use, for the following sub-sectors:
The energy end uses are ranked by energy source (electric and thermal uses) and each end use is linked to one or more energy saving technologies, as described in the technology database.