24.06.2022

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The collection “IFPEN Economic Papers” – formerly « Les Cahiers de l’Économie », since 1990 – aims to present work carried out at IFP Energies nouvelles and IFP School dealing with economics, finance or management of the energy transition. 
 


Couverture - IFPEN Economic Papers n°150Non-linear distance decay effects of clean energy facilities in housing rental and sale markets: Evidence from hydrogen refueling stations
N° 150 – June 2022   [ RESEARCH ]  
Shuya Wu, Arash Farnoosh, Yingdan Mei


While promoting green and low-carbon transition, clean energy facilities also have externalities, which may lead to opposition and economic losses. There is evidence that the impact of facilities decreases with distance, but existing research make strict assumption on its functional form. In this research work we explore the non-linear relationship between housing transaction prices and distances to the nearest facility without predefined functions combined with spatial smoothing in the hedonic pricing model by taking China as a case-study.

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Couverture - Cahier Economie n°149Certificats d’Economies d’Energie : ne pas oublier les fondamentaux !
N° 149 - May 2022   [ ANALYSIS ]
Benoit Ferres, Jacques Millery, Maxime Schenckery


Les Certificats d’Economies d’Energie, CEE font régulièrement l’objet de nombreux débats. Nous proposons ici un retour aux fondamentaux de l’Article 7 européen pour comprendre la logique des attentes qui sont à leur origine, et ainsi mieux cerner l’ensemble des dimensions à l’aune desquelles leur impact devrait être évalué.

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Couverture - Cahier Economie n°148Electricity Distribution Systems in Europe: An Overview of Contemporary Regulatory Challenges 
N° 148 - April 2022   [ ANALYSIS ]
Pedro H. Perico E Santos, Olivier Massol


In Europe, a significant adaptation of the existing power distribution sector is necessary to support the transition toward low-carbon energy systems and facilitate the massive deployment of low-carbon distributed power technologies. This report first examines the current organization of that industry and highlights the country-specific and diverse nature of the industry structures and the institutional organizations governing the distribution sector.

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Couverture - IFPEN Economic Papers n°147Unlocking CO2 infrastructure deployment: the impact of carbon removal accounting
N° 147 – February 2022    [ RESEARCH ]
Emma Jagu, Olivier Massol


This paper examines the interactions between carbon removal accounting (which determines financial incentives for BECCS) and optimal CO2 infrastructure deployment by asking how certification affects the feasibility of BECCS projects.

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Couverture - IFPEN Economic Papers n°146The impact of Electric Vehicle fleets on the European electricity markets: evidences from the German passenger car fleet and power generation sector
N° 146 – January 2022   [ RESEARCH ]
Maria Juliana Suarez Forero, Frédéric Lantz, Pierre Nicolas, Patrice Geoffron


The rapidly increasing participation of renewable energies (REn) into the electric mix, clearly traces the trends for the decarbonization goals in the European Union. Under the priority sale conditions established by governments, the commercialization of REn plays an important role in the consolidation of market prices, which are on a decreasing trend with large fluctuations that reduce the profit in the power sector and therefore, the interest of potential investors.

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Victor COURT

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