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DOE RECEIVES NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL REPORT ON ENERGY MODELING SYSTEM

 DOE RECEIVES NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL REPORT
 ON ENERGY MODELING SYSTEM
 WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of Energy (DOE) received a report today from the National Research Council (NRC) on a national energy modeling system. DOE had requested the report in connection with continuing efforts by the department's Energy Information Administration to build a new National Energy Modeling System (NEMS).
 The NRC report was prepared by its 16-member Committee on National Energy Modeling System. Deputy Secretary of Energy W. Henson Moore said the report provides valuable recommendations on the requirements and architecture of a modeling system, and will contribute to successful construction of the new modeling system.
 "We intend to build the best energy modeling system in the world to underpin future editions of the National Energy Strategy," Moore said. "I fully agree with the NRC committee's finding that the essential modeling and data building blocks already exist within the EIA, and that these serve as a solid foundation for our new system of energy models. I am confident that the recommendations of the committee, together with the hard work of the EIA, will ensure the success of the NEMS."
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 /CONTACT: Phil Keif of the U.S. Department of Energy, 202-586-5806/ CO: U.S. Department of Energy ST: District of Columbia IN: OIL SU: :END


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