Land transportation for passengers and merchandises is one of the major sources of CO2 emissions worldwide and urban toxic particles (NOx, fine particles…). Emissions are barely declining in OCDE countries and bound to grow in emerging countries due to the increase in standards of living and urbanization. This situation creates an important challenge for the mitigation of climate change and the preservation of human health: new technologies have been launched, a set of complementary policies has been designed both national and local, and consuming habits are changing.
Coordinators: Jean-Pierre Ponssard (Chair Energy and Prosperity) and Yannick Perez (Chair Armand Peugeot)
9:00 11:00 Plenary session
What perspective for mobility (car sharing, combination of public and private transport modes, autonomous vehicles, …) what impacts on consuming habits, on the composition of the total car park, what will be the interactions between the players, at what horizon, regulatory issues.
11:30 13:00 Plenary session
What impact of the policies of large conurbations (technical norms, driving restrictions, urban tolls…) on the future technological mix and on transportation modes, what strategic implication in terms of industrial policies
14:00 16:00 Plenary session
-Where do we stand at this stage and what at are the future infrastructures needs for battery electric vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles, what role for public and private partnerships, complementarity issues with demand side incentives.
-What financial instruments for financing infrastructure needs for the energy transition, how R&D may affect these needs in the future
16:30 18:00 Round table: previous speakers + invited guests
8:30 10:00 Tutorials for Phd and Post doc students in parallel sessions
10:30 12:30 Tutorials for Phd and Post doc students in parallel sessions (continued)
14:00 16:00 Technical visits of research sites on the Saclay campus will be organized
The conference is jointly organized by the chair Energy and Prosperity and the chair Armand Peugeot
Timing : December 6-7 2018
Location : Ecole CentraleSupélec Université Paris Saclay
The purpose of this article is to reformulate a clear and in-depth state of knowledge provided by a thermo-evolutionary perspective of the economic system. It is shown that during the entire human history, energy has been central to direct the successive phases of technological change and economic development.
Les investisseurs institutionnels sont devenus des acteurs majeurs des marchés financiers internationaux. Si en théorie, ils devraient participer au financement de long terme de l'économie, dans la réalité leur comportement est affecté d’un biais court-termiste. Comment y remédier, notamment pour financer la transition énergétique ?
The Chair Energy and Prosperity organizes an international workshop on sustainable mobility on December. Subscription are open.