Wednesday 14 December


Registration and welcome coffee


Opening of the conference
Emmanuel Hache (Energy Markets scientific correspondent, IFPEN)


Welcome address
Pierre-Franck Chevet (CEO, IFPEN)           

10:30-12:30  SESSION 1: Prospective Modelling.

Chaired by Benoît Chèze (IFPEN) and Olivier Massol (IFP School) 

Research in foresight at IFPEN: How to assess the economic and environmental impacts of energy transition innovations.
Benoît Chèze (IFPEN) and Olivier Massol (IFP School)

KEYNOTE: Long-term energy foresight: how to deal with geopolitical, technological and societal uncertainties?
Patrick Criqui (Université Grenoble Alpes, GAEL, CNRS, France) 

Questions and discussion  



14:00-18:00  SESSION 2: Considering ruptures in prospective modelling.

Chaired by Emmanuel Hache (IFPEN)

Dynamic continuous or breakthrough modelling of GDP/capital-infrastructure-energy-material-price changes and impacts: the DyMEMDS model.
François Verzier (ISTerre, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes, France)


Coffee break


Blue vs Green Hydrogen: The impact of methane emission in hydrogen scenario development.
Vincent D’Herbemont, Emmanuel Hache, Louis-Marie Malbec (IFPEN)

Modeling the economics of low-carbon energy systems, preliminary insights from a stochastic dynamic programming perspective.
Olivier Massol (IFP School)

PRospective EnvironMental Impact asSEment (Premise): A streamlined approach to producing databases for prospective LCA using IAM.
Romain Sacchi (Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland)

Questions and discussion


End of the presentations – Departure to the cocktail party at Cafe Leffe (a few minutes walk from IFPEN), a typical French brasserie, ideal for networking.


Thursday 15 December  


Registration and welcome coffee 

9:30-12:30   SESSION 3: Case Studies: Integrating behavioral approaches into transport demand models.

Chaired by Benoît Chèze (IFPEN)

KEYNOTE: For a better representation of lifestyles in energy-climate foresight studies.
Mathieu Saujot
 (IDDRI, France)

Preferences for low-carbon vehicles: an analysis of barriers to adoption through a discrete choice experiment.
Alexandre Cambo (IFPEN, EconomiX Université Paris - Nanterre, France), Benoît Chèze (IFPEN), Johanna Etner (EconomiX Université Paris - Nanterre, France)

The DRIVERS model: DiscRete choIce modeling for low-carbon VEhicles fleet scenaRioS.
Xavier Guichet (IFPEN)

KEYNOTE: Using laboratory economic experiments for a better understanding of travel behaviors.
Laurent Denant-Boëmont
(Université Rennes 1, CREM, CNRS, France)

Questions and discussion




ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION moderated by François Kalaydjian (IFPEN):
Carbon neutrality in 2050 (negotiations, States, etc.), 

Marc-Antoine Eyl-Mazzega (IFRI, France) ;
Jean-Baptiste Fressoz (EHESS, CNRS, France) ;
Stéphane La Branche (GIECo-IPBC, France) ;
Jean-Eudes Moncomble (CFE, France).


Closing address by the Organization Committee
Emmanuel Hache, Guillaume Batot, Benoît Chèze and Olivier Massol


End of the conference