MARKAL Users

The number of users of MARKAL and MARKAL-MACRO has multiplied to 79 institutions in 38 countries, many with developing economies, promising to continue and broaden these accomplishments. More information on MARKAL projects in non-OECD countries ('Outreach), supported by ETSAP partners, can be found at the ETSAP Outreach examples page.

Users (Note: Active members of ETSAP are emphasized, contact persons through hyperlinks)

  • AUSTRALIA
    • Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
      (ABARE)

      Contact: Ken Noble
    • Intelligent Energy Systems
    • Key Economics
    • South Australian Office of Energy
    • University of Technology, Sydney
    • Queensland University of Technology
  • BANGLADESH
    • Ministry of Environment and Forest
  • BELGIUM
  • BRAZIL
    • Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
  • BULGARIA
    • Energoproekt
  • CANADA
    • Groupe d'Études et de Recherche en Analyse des Décisions
      (GERAD)

      Contact: Richard Loulou
    • Alberta Research Council
    • Saskatchewan Energy & Mines
    • University of Regina
    • Hydro Quebec
  • CHINA
    • China Institute for Nuclear Industry Economics
    • EMSD, Hongkong
  • COLOMBIA
    • Ministry of Energy & Mines
    • University of Los Andes
    • National University of Medellin
  • COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
  • CZECH REPUBLIC
    • Ministry of Industry and Trade
    • Energy Efficiency Center (SEVEn)
    • SRC International
  • ESTONIA
    • Tallinn Technical University
  • ETHIOPIA
    • Ethiopia Energy Studies and Research Center
  • FINLAND
    • VTT Energy, Technical Research Centre of Finland
      Contact: Eero Tamminen
    • Helsinki University of Technology
  • GERMANY
    • Energy Research Center Jülich
    • Institute for Energy Economics and the Rational Use of Energy
      (IER)

      Contact: Ulrich Fahl
    • Municipality of Mannheim (+MVV, ICC)
  • GREECE
    • Center for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES)
  • INDONESIA
    • Badan Pengkajian Dan Penerapan Teknologi
  • INDIA
    • Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
    • Tata Energy Research Institute (TERI)
  • ITALY
    • Ente per la Nueve Technologie l'Energia e l'Ambiente (ENEA)
      Contact: Giancarlo Tosato
    • Insituto di Metodologie Avanzate de Analisi Ambientale (Napoli)
    • Politecnico di Torino
  • JAPAN
    • Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI)
      Contact: Osamu Sato
    • Osaka Gas Company
    • Hokkaido University
    • University of Tokyo
  • KUWAIT
    • Institute for Scientific Research
  • NEPAL
    • Ministry of Water Resources, Dept. of Hydrology and Meteorology
  • THE NETHERLANDS
  • NIGERIA
    • Centre for Energy Research and Development
  • NORWAY
  • PHILIPPINES
    • Department of Energy
  • SLOVAK REPUBLIC
    • Ministry of Economy
  • SLOVENIA
    • Institute for Power Economy and Electric Industry
  • SOUTH KOREA
    • Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)
      Contact: Heesung Shin
  • SRI LANKA
    • University of Peradeniya
  • SWEDEN
    • Chalmers University of Technology
      (ENTEK)
      Contact: Clas-Otto Wene
    • Vattenfall Utveckling AB
    • Profu AB
    • Goeteborg University
    • Royal Institute of Technology
  • SWITZERLAND
  • TAIWAN
  • TUNISIA
    • Energy Agency
  • TURKEY
    • Kocaeli University
      Contact: Tanay Sidki Ujar
  • UKRAINE
    • Odessa Regional State Administration
  • UNITED KINGDOM
    • ETSU (part of AEA Technology plc)
  • UNITED STATES
    • Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
      Contact: Ann Reisman
    • International Resources Group (IRG)
    • Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
    • Pennsylvania State University
    • US Department of Energy
      (DOE)

      Contact: Phillip Tseng
    • US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
    • New York State Energy Office
    • Hagler Bailly
  • ZAMBIA
    • Department of Energy