Methodology

DPEC model is constructed on the Multi-resolution emission inventory for China (MEIC) model framework. Based on the source categorization of the MEIC model, the DPEC model incorporates the potential development and extension of each emission source on fuel/product types, combustion/process technologies and end-of-pipe control technologies. A comprehensive, unified, timely-update future emission classification system is established…

How to cite DPEC

If you use the emissions data from DPECv1.0-v1.1, please cite this website (http://meicmodel.org) and the following papers: Tong, D., Cheng, J., Liu, Y., Yu, S., Yan, L., Hong, C., Qin, Y., Zhao, H., Zheng, Y., Geng, G., Li, M., Liu, F., Zhang, Y., Zheng, B., Clarke, L., and Zhang, Q.*: Dynamic projection of anthropogenic emissions…

About DPEC

Future emission scenarios and data provide important basis for researches on climate change impact and adaption, future air quality projection and assessment, the interaction between air pollution and climate change, the synergy pathways of air pollution mitigation and carbon reduction. China is one of the greatest greenhouse gas and air pollutant emitters in the world,…