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Join us at the METIS 2 Dissemination event organized by Artelys!

— Artelys is thrilled to invite you to the METIS 2 Dissemination Event on May 31th. During this online event, we will present the METIS project’s latest results and discuss the benefits of using this modeling tool for energy and climate policymaking.

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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.

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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Xpress
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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.

Does phasing-out Russian gas require new gas infrastructure ?

Does phasing-out Russian gas require new gas infrastructure ?

The European Climate Foundation has selected Artelys to investigate the need for new gas infrastructure in the perspective of a Russian gas imports phase-out by 2025. The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has driven demands for the European Union to reduce imports of Russian gas as soon as possible. It requires the EU to consider how to best allocate investments in order to reduce the EU’s dependence in a structural way. In this context, Artelys has compared two scenarios: a first strategy prioritizes investments in LNG import capacities, a second one combines energy efficiency measures, renewable deployment and flexibility solutions. The analysis of both scenarios was conducted using the Artelys Crystal Super Grid platform. This study identifies that the implementation of the measures proposed in the Fit-for-55 package would enable the EU to largely exit Russian gas by 2025. It also identifies that additional European clean energy investments provide the best path forward to ensure full security of supply for a Russian gas phase-out. From a total system cost perspective, a clean energy solution scenario is cheaper than a gas-based solution scenario. It also succeeds in reducing CO2 emissions in the long-term.  

Modeling and optimization of the French and European electricity mix 2020-2060

Modeling and optimization of the French and European electricity mix 2020-2060

ADEME, the French energy and environment agency has selected Artelys to build and analyse power systems scenarios in coordination with its “Transition(s) 2050” project. Four multi-energy carbon-neutral pathways have been built for France. Artelys has set up a detailed model able to represent power generation, demand dynamics (including flexibility) and internal networks, with infra-national granularity, from 2020 to 2060. System dimensioning and operations have been jointly optimised from 2020 to 2060, with a 5-year timestep, ensuring robustness via hourly granularity over 9 weather scenarios. The simulation results allow to derive the following key findings: the transition to energy mixes more reliant on RES-e leads to a more evenly distributed power generation system compared to today’s situation. In order to limit network reinforcements and the costs of flexibility provision, investments in generation have to be planned jointly with network developments. Notably, commissioning renewables in best-LCOE areas (disregarding network constraints) leads to higher overall costs. Along with the reinforcement of interconnectors and the increase of cross-border exchanges, the development of demand-side flexibility is key to ensure that the power system functions in a cost-efficient manner. Electric vehicles’ smart-charging and electrolysers’ flexible operations, notably, are crucial to adequately integrate renewables. The key modelling assumptions can be found in a dedicated leaflet.

Offshore renewable energy and grids – An analysis of visions towards 2050 for the Northern Seas region and recommendations for upcoming scenario-building exercises

Offshore renewable energy and grids – An analysis of visions towards 2050 for the Northern Seas region and recommendations for upcoming scenario-building exercises

The North Sea is foreseen to play a pivotal role in the decarbonisation of the European economy, with important wind offshore renewable potentials, energy intensive industries close to the shore, and existing gas infrastructures for natural gas that could be refurbished to foster the development of green hydrogen. In this context, the European Commission has selected Artelys, DNV and Trinomics to analyse the visions for the North Sea of the different stakeholders involved.

The key objective of this study was to provide an overview of existing national and regional long-term analyses, assumptions and plans on offshore renewable energy and grids in the North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) countries. The study has identified the common grounds and diverging aspects of transition pathways and their underlying assumptions, while also providing a qualitative discussion of the way the scenario-building and planning methodologies may differ. Finally, the study provides recommendations on aspects that would be important to consider in upcoming scenario-building exercises that aim at shedding light on plausible futures of the North Sea region. These aspects include for example renewable energy sources (RES) potentials assessment, maritime spatial planning, multi-energy considerations, and risk assessment.

Study on the impact of the National Low Carbon Strategy on electricity system between 2020 and 2050

Study on the impact of the National Low Carbon Strategy on electricity system between 2020 and 2050

GRDF, the main gas distribution company in France, has selected Artelys to conduct a study in order to evaluate the impacts of the transformation foreseen by the French “National Low Carbon Strategy” for 2050 on the distribution and transmission electricity grids. Indeed, flows on transmission and distribution grids are meant to change with the deployment of decentralized renewable energies and the massive electrification of consumption in every economic sector (residential heat, industrial processes and transport). The analysis carried out by Artelys relies on a detailed reconstruction of electrical load curves for 2050, an assessment of the evolution of the local peak demand between 2020 and 2050 and the evaluation of the effect of this evolution on the reinforcement needs on distribution grids. For the transmission grid, an optimisation of France generation, flexibilities and inter-regional network is performed to assess the needs for reinforcements. The effect of hybrid systems combining multiple energy vectors (such as hybrid heat pump), which could limit the increase of peak load, is also assessed in the study.

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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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