How to use the Webtool

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1. Click on the IESS 2047 logo to go back to the website (
2. This text shows the chosen implication tab for your chosen pathway (or Example pathway).
3. Click to the 'Help' to know how to use the webtool and some interesting features.
4. Click on Facebook or Twitter icon to share your pathway on social media.
5. This menu bar gives you a range of options (we call the Implications for a pathway) that you can explore for your chosen pathway.
6. Explore more graphs and tables by clicking on individual items.
7. Choose from several Example Pathways by selecting from the drop menu.
8. Select the Level of effort for Demand sectors, Supply sectors and Network and Systems.Click on downward arrow to select more options for a sector.
9. Select the scenario (we call them Levels) by clicking on the numbered boxes. To know more about levels, click here.
10. Click on the Information icon (letter I enclosed in a circle) or Lever name to open a One-pager.
11. Hover over lever (or sector name to see the implications on the graphs (you can see the graphs moving!)
12. Hover over different levels to know what it means (these tool tips can be really useful!).
13. Hover over lever names to know base year (2012) statistics.
14. ‘Level of Effort’ box on the right explains you what does each level signify.

The tool has been built with the help of knowledge partners. The process included getting their views on broad estimates, of the likely prices of different technologies/fuels in the long term. They have in turn sourced this information from multiple agencies, including the industry. Along with the present day prices, the tool provides their assumptions of reduction in the cost of technologies, as well as a point estimate between the high cost and the likely lower cost in the time horizon, i.e., 2047. It also provides land use estimates, emissions levels and derives example pathways ranging from the least efficient scenario to the most efficient.