Desalination Economic Evaluation Program 4.0

The Desalination Economic Evaluation Program DEEP is a tool made freely available by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which can be used for performance and cost evaluation of various power and water co-generation configurations. The new version, DEEP 4.0, adds a new user interface emphasizing its user friendliness for both newcomers and experts.

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Quality LevelExplanation of Terms
  • Authoritative: All information in the resource has been verified by authorities as indicated.
  • Quality-checked: All information in the resource has been quality-checked as indicated.
  • Not quality-checked: Although the information in the resource may come from peer-reviewed journals or other high-quality sources, it has not undergone subsequent quality checking before incorporation in the resource.
: Quality checked by the IAEA Secretariat and Technical Working Group on Nuclear Desalination
CompletenessExplanation of Terms
  • Comprehensive:The resource includes all items in the category for which the resource was created.
  • Selective: The resource includes only selected items in the category for which the resource was created, with the process or basis for the selection as indicated.
: Selective - Compare many desalination options as selected by the IAEA Secretariat but not all
Update FrequencyExplanation of Terms
  • Updated continually: A conscientious effort is made to add new information immediately and keep the resource up-to-date on a day-by-day basis.
  • Updated periodically: The resource is updated on a schedule. Common values are monthly, quarterly, annually or biennially, but others are also used.
  • Updated occasionally: The resource is updated now and then, but not on a schedule.
  • Static: The resource is a one-off creation with no plans for updates, or a resource that was updated in the past but has now been frozen with no new input planned.
: Occasionally


Last Resource Update : 2011


Subject
Nuclear Power | Nuclear Applications | Energy Planning, Policy and Economics

Organizational Source
Nuclear Energy | NENP - Division of Nuclear Power

Data Type
Scientific Networks

Keywords
Energy, Nuclear Power, Nuclear Power Technology Development, Investment, power plant, water plant