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Emmanuel HACHE

Economist-Foresight, Economics and Environmental Evaluation Department, Economics and Technology Intelligence Division,
Emmanuel HACHE holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Paris I and a Msc in Development Economics and Sociology from the Institut d'Étude du Développement Économique et Social (IEDES) of the
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Renovation of housing: how to support the energy transition of French households?

The national energy transition will largely depend on changes in household energy consumption. In 2015, the residential sector alone was responsible for 30% of final energy consumption and 25% of CO 2
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Consequential LCA and impacts assessment of legislation on the energy transition

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an environmental impact assessment tool that is generally static, linear and limited to the description of physical flows when the aim is to assess the impacts
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Welcome to the club! Understanding and overcoming the obstacles to the adoption of CCS technologies

The widespread adoption of CO 2 capture and storage (CCS) , a key factor in combating climate change, requires the joint adoption of these technologies by independent players: emitters, transporters,
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Biomethane production: a lever for the circular economy!

The development of methanisation sectors is part of a drive to create a circular economy that simultaneously serves three purposes: treat waste , supply energy ( biogas a ), and produce fertilizers
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Biofuels: contagion factors between agricultural and oil markets?

In order to combat climate change, numerous countries introduced policies promoting the use of 1 st -generation biofuels, generating a 7-fold increase in their production between 2000 and 2014. In
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SCelecTRA: prize for best 2030 scenario for electric mobility

Selected as part of the European ERANET-Electromobility+ program a and coordinated by IFPEN, the SCelecTRA (1) project was aimed at assessing the potential and conditions for the development of