How to apply the LEAP software in the transport sector


This tutorial provides guidance on how to use the Low Emissions Analysis Platform (LEAP) to create a model of projected GHG emissions in the transport sector.

This includes an overview of GHG emission projections, an introduction to the LEAP software and an exercise to develop a basic transport model in LEAP including developing an account of historic emissions, a baseline scenario and mitigation scenarios to reflect two emissions reduction measures.

The accompanying exercise manual can be found here. Please click here to access the presentation shown in the video.


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LEAP, the Low Emissions Analysis Platform, is a widely-used software tool that is mostly used for energy policy analysis and climate change mitigation assessment developed at the Stockholm Environment Institute. The training video and the presentation explain how to use it in the transport sector.

This training video is NOT an official training video for LEAP and is not associated with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) in any way. The training video and manual were developed independently by Ricardo Energy and Environment with support from the GIZ project Advancing Transport Climate Strategies in Rapidly Motorising Countries (TraCS), financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection’s International Climate Initiative (IKI).


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