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New method for energy mix pathway optimization problems

— Planning for the energy transition requires the ability to optimize energy system development pathways, considering complex interactions and constraints, particularly concerning interactions between sectors and vectors. In this context, Artelys has developed a new method for solving these large-scale mathematical problems.

Power up your business performances thanks to AI and our service package: Onboarding AI

— The stakes of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have become a strategic issue for companies, regardless of their field of activity or size. As an expert, Artelys provides you with full assistance, from the design stage to the implementation of your first AI solution, by building with and for your team a roadmap tailored to your business.

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— Relying on their high level of expertise in quantitative methods, our consultants deliver efficient solutions to complex business problems that best meet the needs of our clients.

Strong skills in Operational Research, Modeling and Decision Support

Recognized know-how in scientific consulting and project management

A business experience of energy, transport and logistics issues

Mastery of methods and tools for numerical optimization and statistical analysis

Decision support for territorial energy planning

— Artelys Crystal City is the reference tool for territorial energy planning. Its intuitive interface and advanced functions make it the ideal conductor to carry out the energy transition in the territories.

Optimization of interconnected systems

— Artelys Crystal Super Grid provides the quantitative elements to evaluate the costs and benefits of an energy strategy and to optimize it.

A digital twin to gain insights into the role of networks in the energy transition

— Energy infrastructures are the key to ensure the proper performance of the system. Once the production is settled, network management raises many complex issues in order to guarantee the efficient distribution of energy.

Operational management in short and medium term

— Artelys Crystal Energy Planner optimizes the short- and medium-term operational management of energy production assets. Operational planning, simplified and more reliable, becomes more competitive.

The best of statistical forecasting for your trades

— Artelys Crystal Forecast allows you to generate forecasts or scenarios of extreme reliability on short, medium and long term horizons to cover both your operational management needs and strategic planning.

Plan your activities and resources under constraints

— Resource planning is a central issue for businesses to improve cost management, productivity and quality of service for the end customer.

Optimize your logistics flows

— Artelys Crystal Network Designer is a software solution dedicated to the optimization, sizing and analysis of logistics networks. It allows you to reduce your logistics costs as a whole, anticipate and manage your flows at different horizons as well as simulate scenarios on your network: from resizing to operational risk.

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Decision support for territorial energy planning

— Artelys Crystal City is the reference tool for territorial energy planning. Its intuitive interface and advanced functions make it the ideal conductor to carry out the energy transition in the territories.

Optimization of interconnected systems

— Artelys Crystal Super Grid provides the quantitative elements to evaluate the costs and benefits of an energy strategy and to optimize it.

Operational management in short and medium term

— Artelys Crystal Energy Planner optimizes the short- and medium-term operational management of energy production assets. Operational planning, simplified and more reliable, becomes more competitive.

The best of statistical forecasting for your trades

— Artelys Crystal Forecast allows you to generate forecasts or scenarios of extreme reliability on short, medium and long term horizons to cover both your operational management needs and strategic planning.

Plan your activities and resources under constraints

— Resource planning is a central issue for businesses to improve cost management, productivity and quality of service for the end customer.

Optimize your logistics flows

— Artelys Crystal Network Designer is a software solution dedicated to the optimization, sizing and analysis of logistics networks. It allows you to reduce your logistics costs as a whole, anticipate and manage your flows at different horizons as well as simulate scenarios on your network: from resizing to operational risk.

Decision support for territorial energy planning

— Artelys Crystal City is the reference tool for territorial energy planning. Its intuitive interface and advanced functions make it the ideal conductor to carry out the energy transition in the territories.

Optimization of interconnected systems

— Artelys Crystal Super Grid provides the quantitative elements to evaluate the costs and benefits of an energy strategy and to optimize it.

Operational management in short and medium term

— Artelys Crystal Energy Planner optimizes the short- and medium-term operational management of energy production assets. Operational planning, simplified and more reliable, becomes more competitive.

The best of statistical forecasting for your trades

— Artelys Crystal Forecast allows you to generate forecasts or scenarios of extreme reliability on short, medium and long term horizons to cover both your operational management needs and strategic planning.

Plan your activities and resources under constraints

— Resource planning is a central issue for businesses to improve cost management, productivity and quality of service for the end customer.

Optimize your logistics flows

— Artelys Crystal Network Designer is a software solution dedicated to the optimization, sizing and analysis of logistics networks. It allows you to reduce your logistics costs as a whole, anticipate and manage your flows at different horizons as well as simulate scenarios on your network: from resizing to operational risk.

Numerical components that give you a head start

 
— Whether it is to model the complex problems that our customers are submitting to us or to provide the Artelys Crystal suite with the most powerful optimization engine, we rely on the most advanced mathematical programming tools in their respective fields.

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Numerical components that give you a head start

 

— Whether it is to model the complex problems that our customers are submitting to us or to provide the Artelys Crystal suite with the most powerful optimization engine, we rely on the most advanced mathematical programming tools in their respective fields.

Knitro
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Kalis
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AMPL
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reports

— Discover the results of the technico-economic studies carried out on behalf of our customers using the modeling platform Artelys Crystal.

The impact of industry transition on a CO2 neutral European energy system

The impact of industry transition on a CO2 neutral European energy system

This study addresses the essential role of the industry sector for the EU’s carbon neutrality objectives, exploring possible pathways for a large-scale replacement of fossil fuels by secondary energy carriers within industry processes. Two main scenarios are examined, relying respectively on electricity and hydrogen as main vectors of the transition, in an approach that combines a detailed scenarization of industry demand with the FORECAST simulation tool and a joint optimization of European energy resource capacities and hourly dispatch for the year 2050 using the METIS energy system model. This analysis therefore provides insights on both industry specific potentials and limitations for transition and the related energy system effects, with sensitivities on the existence of global value chains for chemical imports and on the availability of wind and solar power generation. In particular, evidence from both scenarios suggest a massive increase of the demand for green hydrogen and electricity, driving significant infrastructure adaptation at European level. While domestic hydrogen generation from renewable energy sources becomes competitive compared to imports, its significance within industry needs is highly dependent on the imported volumes of strategic chemicals such as green methanol, ammonia or ethylene.

Building blocks for a common vision for a decarbonised electricity system in the Penta region

Building blocks for a common vision for a decarbonised electricity system in the Penta region

In early 2022, the Pentalateral Energy Forum has selected Artelys to establish building blocks for the construction of a joint vision for a decarbonised Penta electricity system. The project outputs will serve as inputs for the actual vision building process among Penta members in 2023. The Pentalateral Energy Forum is the framework for regional cooperation in Central Western Europe towards improved electricity market integration and security of supply, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxemburg, the Netherlands and Switzerland. For this purpose, Artelys analysed and compared a large number of national and international scenario studies and technical reports. The identification of likely developments common to the different transition pathways, but also remaining uncertainties, allowed to derive a set of recommendations for power sector decarbonisation in the Penta region. It highlights that electricity will play the central means of decarbonisation of all economic sectors and should hence be decarbonised in itself as quickly as possible, ideally towards 2035. The countries in the Pentalateral Energy Forum are particularly well placed to initiate or accelerate the required changes. Regional cooperation between countries will enable decarbonisation in the cheapest way – but requires dedicated infrastructure investments.

Power System Flexibility in the PENTA region – Current state and challenges for a future decarbonised energy system

Power System Flexibility in the PENTA region – Current state and challenges for a future decarbonised energy system

The Pentalateral Energy Forum selected Trinomics and Artelys to study the evolution of flexibility needs and solutions in the Penta region and identify market and regulatory barriers for its development.
The assessment showed that flexibility needs in the Penta region will increase by 3-5 times by 2050 due to the integration of renewables and electrification, with higher impacts at the daily and weekly scale. The flexibility needs will be supplied by a portfolio of flexibility solutions, which will move from generation-based solutions to demand-side and storage. The analysis also showed the importance of interconnections and market integration, by allowing a reduction of flexibility needs and exchange of flexibility across countries.

Economic comparison of different scenarios of electrification of heating in buildings by 2050

Economic comparison of different scenarios of electrification of heating in buildings by 2050

Artelys was commissioned by GRDF to analyze the technical and economic implications of 4 heating equipment mixes in the French building sector by 2050. To this end, the energy supply systems associated with 4 scenarios for the evolution of heating and hot water equipment in France in the residential and tertiary sectors were modeled using the Artelys Crystal Super Grid software. These scenarios, all of which are compatible with the national carbon neutrality objectives, are differentiated by their rate of electrification of heating equipment and their level of national biogas consumption, within the limits of available sources. For each scenario, the hourly operation of energy production, storage and transport systems was simulated. The study underlines that a stronger electrification of building heating leads to a reduction of final energy consumption due to the high efficiency of heat pumps. However, an overall economic assessment reveals that the savings on the energy supply system do not compensate for the additional cost of equipment such as electric heat pumps. Thus, the scenarios which present a partial maintenance of direct gas use in the heating of the building appear to be economically relevant

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— Take advantage of the skills and experience acquired by Artelys consultants thanks to an original training offer, conceived as a real instrument for sharing knowledge.

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