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LEAP:Long range Energy Alternatives Planning System

LEAP: the Long range Energy Alternatives Planning system, is a Windows-based software system for energy and environmental policy analysis. It is widely used for integrated energy planning and climate change mitigation analysis and has been applied in hundreds of different organizations in over 140 countries.

LEAP is developed and supported by the U.S. Center of the Stockholm Environment Institute, a non-profit research institute based at Tufts University in Somerville, Massachusetts. Most recently LEAP has been chosen by 85 countries as the main modeling tool for the climate change mitigation assessments that will be presented to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

LEAP is distributed at no charge to not-for-profit, academic and governmental organizations based in developing countries.

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