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matsz [Energy assessment in CAPRI]
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matsz [Analysis of CAPRI energy module results]
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 **Figure 41: Energy parameters: examples for results displaying** **Figure 41: Energy parameters: examples for results displaying**
  
-{{::​figure_41_1.png?​600|Example 1: Energy consumption - overview}} +{{::​figure_41_1.png?​600|}} 
-{{::​figure_41_2.png?​600|Example 2: Energy consumption - detailed}} + 
-{{::​figure_41_3.png?​600|Example 3: Energy parameters with reference to the product}} +Example 1: Energy consumption - overview 
-{{::​figure_41_3.png?​600|Example 4: Energy parameters: Sectoral balances ;Source: CAPRI Modelling System}}+ 
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 +Example 2: Energy consumption - detailed 
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 +Example 3: Energy parameters with reference to the product 
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 +Example 4: Energy parameters: Sectoral balances ;Source: CAPRI Modelling System
  
 Taking Example 1, the results of the energy consumption overview table are shown. This can be explored within the scenario exploitation table. Beside “Total MJ”, which indicates energy consumption per ha or head, a number of energy consumption categories such as diesel, electricity,​ machinery, fertiliser, young animals, seed and plant protection can be displayed either on a MJ basis or in metric units. Furthermore as can be seen in Example 2, detailed data on energy consumption can be displayed if required. Data on feeding stuff, housing systems, grassland use, tillage systems, machinery use, irrigation, greenhouse use, seed, plant protection, drying etc. can be shown activity- and region specific. Beside regarding the area or the animal, the product can be chosen as a reference point. As shown in Example 3, energy requirements per kg of product (expressed in MJ/kg) and domestic en-ergy efficiency (expressed in MJ/MJ) can be shown. On a sectoral basis, efficiency related to the in-come (expressed in MJ/€) is displayed. A sectoral balance can be extracted as shown in Example 4 summing up all energy requirements and all energy output. Taking Example 1, the results of the energy consumption overview table are shown. This can be explored within the scenario exploitation table. Beside “Total MJ”, which indicates energy consumption per ha or head, a number of energy consumption categories such as diesel, electricity,​ machinery, fertiliser, young animals, seed and plant protection can be displayed either on a MJ basis or in metric units. Furthermore as can be seen in Example 2, detailed data on energy consumption can be displayed if required. Data on feeding stuff, housing systems, grassland use, tillage systems, machinery use, irrigation, greenhouse use, seed, plant protection, drying etc. can be shown activity- and region specific. Beside regarding the area or the animal, the product can be chosen as a reference point. As shown in Example 3, energy requirements per kg of product (expressed in MJ/kg) and domestic en-ergy efficiency (expressed in MJ/MJ) can be shown. On a sectoral basis, efficiency related to the in-come (expressed in MJ/€) is displayed. A sectoral balance can be extracted as shown in Example 4 summing up all energy requirements and all energy output.
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