Aller au contenu principal

Institut de technico-économie des systèmes énergétiques - I-TESE

Laboratory presentation

The Institute for Techno-Economics of Energy Systems (I-tésé) carries out techno-economic studies and multi-criteria and prospective analyzes of energy technologies or systems.
I-tésé implements its skills and knowledge in economics, methods and data, the field of nuclear energy and new energy technologies under contracts with international agencies such as the IAEA (the International Atomic Energy Agency). Atomic Energy) and the NEA (OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development).

The 19 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Nuclear fleet flexibility: Modeling and impacts on power systems with renewable energy Arthur Lynch, Sophie Gabriel, Gilles Mathonnière 05/15/22 Applied Energy
Matching intermittent electricity supply and demand with electricity storage - An optimization based on a time scale analysis Arthur Clerjon 02/15/22 Energy
Downscaling of future national capacity scenarios of the French electricity system to the regional level Olfa Tlili, Yannick Perez 02/01/22 Energy Systems
Towards robust renewable energy investment decisions at the territorial level Kati Koponen, Elisabeth Le Net 04/01/21 Applied Energy
System contributions of residential battery systems: New perspectives on PV self-consumption Hyun Jin Julie Yu 04/01/21 Energy Economics
Techno-economic assessment of solar energy coupling with large-scale desalination plant: The case of Morocco Maryème Kettani 11/15/20 Desalination
Flexible nuclear co-generation plant combined with district heating and a large-scale heat storage Martin Leurent, Jean Guy Devezeaux de Lavergne 02/15/20 Energy
Geospatial modelling of the hydrogen infrastructure in France in order to identify the most suited supply chains Olfa Tlili, Christine Mansilla, Alain Le Duigou 01/24/20 International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
Hydrogen market penetration feasibility assessment: Mobility and natural gas markets in the US, Europe, China and Japan Olfa Tlili, Christine Mansilla 06/21/19 International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
Role of electricity interconnections and impact of the geographical scale on the French potential of producing hydrogen via electricity surplus by 2035 Olfa Tlili, Christine Mansilla 04/01/19 Energy
Economic assessment of the political and technical management of large-scale public projects. The deployment schedule of France’s deep geological repository of radioactive waste Phuong Hoai Linh Doan 01/01/19 Revue d'Economie Industrielle
Feasibility assessment of the use of steam sourced from nuclear plants for French factories considering spatial configuration Martin Leurent, Michel Berthélemy 07/10/18 Journal of Cleaner Production
Nuclear power supply: Going against the misconceptions. Evidence of nuclear flexibility from the French experience Camille Cany, Christine Mansilla, Gilles Mathonnière 05/15/18 Energy
Nuclear contribution to the penetration of variable renewable energy sources in a French decarbonised power mix Camille Cany, Christine Mansilla, Gilles Mathonnière 05/01/18 Energy
Cost-benefit analysis of district heating systems using heat from nuclear plants in seven European countries Martin Leurent, Frédéric Jasserand 04/15/18 Energy
Cost and climate savings through nuclear district heating in a French urban area Martin Leurent, Frédéric Jasserand 04/01/18 Energy Policy
A prospective economic assessment of residential PV self-consumption with batteries and its systemic effects: The French case in 2030 Hyun Jin Julie Yu 02/01/18 Energy Policy
When would fast reactors become competitive with light water reactors? Methodology and key parameters Anne Baschwitz, Gilles Mathonnière, Sophie Gabriel, Jean Guy Devezeaux de Lavergne, Yann Pincé 09/01/17 Progress in Nuclear Energy
Long-term availability of global uranium resources Antoine Monnet, Sophie Gabriel 09/01/17 Resources Policy

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)