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Issue 44 of Science@ifpen
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SPOTLIGHT ON CLIMATE OBJECTIVES - A highly over-estimated contribution of energy efficiency?

In its “sustainable development” scenario, the International Energy Agency (IEA) considers energy efficiency to be the primary lever for reducing CO2 emissions (see diagram). The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) also considers energy efficiency as a key element of the ecological transition. (...) But this strategy could prove to be flawed in that it disregards a phenomenon that has long been at work to counteract the benefits of energy efficiency: the “rebound effect”.
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Economic modeling applied to the environment and energies

The period 2012-2020, during which IFP School hosted the teaching and research Chair dedicated to this theme was also a period of fundamental change in terms of economic analysis of the environment and energy, with an increased interest in issues related to sustainable development.
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The “Economics of Natural Gas” Chair: results and outlook

In 2016, IFP School joined forces with Mines ParisTech, Toulouse School of Economics and Paris Dauphine-PSL University to launch an original scientific initiative: the ”Economics of Natural Gas” Chair. The creation of this Chair resulted from a series of observations concerning the scientific and societal relevance of questions related to gas (particularly in the context of the energy transition and the rapid development of new technologies) and the opportunities offered by the complementary nature of the expertise present.
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CarMa Chair: negative CO2 emissions by 2050

Tackling climate change necessarily involves reducing greenhouse gas emissions resulting from human activities, primarily carbon dioxide and methane. The problem is global and the actions required must be implemented within the framework of a systemic approach, with scale effects that are difficult to fully understand. Nevertheless, the Paris Agreement reflects the determination of nations to correct the current trajectory while respecting the legitimate aspirations of emerging countries to raise their living standards.
Issue 43 of Science@IFPEN
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Dynamic flows for better low-carbon strategies

Low-carbon strategies encourage the use of renewable energy sources based, among others, on biomass. The objective of achieving carbon neutrality is expressed via a perfect balance...
Life cycle assessment (LCA)
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Infographics : Life cycle assessment (LCA)

Life Cycle Assesment (LCA) : An essential tool for measuring the overall environmental impact of our products
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Victor Court

Lecturer, Center for Energy Economics and Management (IFP School)
Victor Court joined the Centre for Energy Economics and Management at IFP School in March 2020. He is involved in the teaching and organisation of the Centre's three programmes (Energy and Markets
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Arash FARNOOSH

Chair in “Electricity Economics and Digital Transition”
Associate Professor and Head of Master program at IFP School
Arash FARNOOSH has Graduate Engineer's Degrees (French Grandes Ecoles) from both INSA and ENSPM. He also holds a Master of Research in Fluid Dynamics, Energy and Transfers from the University of
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Olivier MASSOL

Professor, Center for Energy Economics and Management (IFP School)
Scientific Assistant Director (IFP School)
Olivier Massol is Professor of Economics and Scientific Assistant Director at IFP School. Olivier joined IFP School in 2007 as a Lecturer of Energy Economics. He subsequently became Assistant