08-08-2023, 12:00 AM

> By the way, if I want to define a job coefficient appliedĀ to the investment capacity (VAR_NCAP), how to make it?

Your question is a bit ambiguous. But anyway, with NCAP_ICOM(reg,year,prc,'JOBS') = M; you can define that when new capacity is installed, the installation consumes/produces M jobs per GW installed (if the capacity unit is GW). If M is positive, it is consumption, and if M is negative, it is production. Note that this parameter would not represent an annual amount of jobs maintained or reduced per GW, it is the total amount "produced" or "consumed" within the period(s) of installation. Therefore, depending on what you actually mean by a "job coefficient applied to the investment capacity", you need to bear that in mind, and perhaps need to adjust M by the average length of those jobs (in years) related to the installation, to get the approximate impact on annual jobs maintained.

Your question is a bit ambiguous. But anyway, with NCAP_ICOM(reg,year,prc,'JOBS') = M; you can define that when new capacity is installed, the installation consumes/produces M jobs per GW installed (if the capacity unit is GW). If M is positive, it is consumption, and if M is negative, it is production. Note that this parameter would not represent an annual amount of jobs maintained or reduced per GW, it is the total amount "produced" or "consumed" within the period(s) of installation. Therefore, depending on what you actually mean by a "job coefficient applied to the investment capacity", you need to bear that in mind, and perhaps need to adjust M by the average length of those jobs (in years) related to the installation, to get the approximate impact on annual jobs maintained.